Mega Olde Towne

6x9, 9x9, 9x12


Mega Olde Towne Pavers

Our classic European look on a larger scale. Mega Olde Towne pavers are the perfect choice for large projects or when your design demands a dramatic paving style. Mega Olde Towne provides all the features of the popular Stonehurst paver, while offering a sleek smooth surface.  (Also available in 80mm, Antiqued 60mm, & Remodel Paver 1" thick 25mm)


  • 1. Excavate unsuitable, unstable or unconsolidated subgrade material and compact the area which is to receive the pave stones. Backfill, place and level the excavated area with a 4 inch minimum of a structural base material or as otherwise directed by Site Engineer/Architect/Landscape Architect. Engineering may be required.
  • 2. Place bedding course of washed sand conforming to the grading requirements of ASTM C-33 to a uniform depth of 1-1/2 in. (25-38mm) screeded to the grade and profile required.
  • 3. Install the Pavers with joints approximately 1/8 in. (3mm).
  • 4. Where required, cut pave stones with an approved cutting device to fit accurately, neatly and without damaged edges.
  • 5. Tamp pave stones with a plate compactor, uniformly level, true to grade and free of movement.
  • 6. Spread sand to 1/8in. thickness over entire paving area.
  • 7. Make one morepass with plate compactor to fill joints with sand.
  • 8. Sweep  paver  surface  clean  for  final  acceptance  by  owner/owner's agent.


Mega Olde Towne

Specifications and Pallet Information

  • Thickness: 2-⅜" (60mm)
  • Dimensions: 6"x9", 9"x9", 9"x12"
  • SF per Cube: 116
  • Cube Weight (approx.): 3015 LBS
  • Finish: Standard
  • Surface Texture: Pillow Top
  • (Also available in 80mm, Antiqued 60mm, & Remodel Paver 1" thick 25mm)

Standard Colors:

autumn blend Stonehurst tremron    cappuccino olde towne tremron   glacier olde towne tremron

  old chicago olde towne tremron   sand dune olde towne tremron   sierra olde towne tremron


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