Paves way for accelerated growth in  sustainable construction products 
Airlite Plastics has acquired TRUEGRID, adding the permeable paving grid system to its line of environmentally sustainable construction products.

TRUEGRID high-performance pavers control runoff, create less thermal pollution, and reduce waste for landfills, among other ecological benefits. Made of post-consumer recycled high- density polyethylene, the pavers have revolutionized the construction industry with versatility, attractiveness, and 100 percent permeability.

Some of the most recognizable national names, such as Whole Foods, NASCAR, AutoNation, and  the New York City Ferry, rely on TRUEGRID for parking areas, streets, walkways, and bike paths.

Airlite Plastics manufactures a wide range of custom plastic products for consumer and construction markets, including Fox Blocks insulated concrete form (ICF) building blocks.

TRUEGRID joins the family of Airlite products aimed at innovating the sustainable construction market. The paving system is a natural complement to Airlite’s Fox Blocks brand of ICF building blocks.

“We are delighted to welcome TRUEGRID to our family of world-class products,” said Brad Crosby, president and CEO of Airlite Plastics. “This exciting acquisition launches a new period of strategic growth. Airlite Plastics will aggressively continue to develop or acquire additional sustainable construction products.”

“Our companies share a like-minded passion for developing quality products that are both functional and environmentally friendly,” said Barry Stiles, founder of TRUEGRID. “We are proud to join forces with Airlite Plastics, a leading-edge business with a track record of success.”