Glow in the Dark Concrete Bike & Pedestrian Path

This glowing concrete pathway is powered by 1/2" (12-14mm) AGT™ Emerald Yellow and Aqua Blue Glow Stones.

Construction workers pouring concrete for a glowing concrete pathway.
Construction workers troweling concrete for a glowing concrete pathway.

The concrete is poured and then troweled to a smooth finish. In this case, a specific glow pattern was desired by the architect so a jig (stencil) had to be manufactured. The shape was cut out of plywood and then placed on to the wet concrete. Then AGT commercial grade glow stones were seeded by hand onto the cut-out area of the plywood stencil. This technique makes it much easier to place the glow stones exactly where you want them - allowing you to retrieve any glow stones that bounced off the plywood stencil edges for later use.

Workers troweling in 1/2" (12-14mm) AGT™ Emerald Yellow and Aqua Blue Glow Stones

At this point, the stencil is lifted off the concrete surface and the glow stones are worked into the wet concrete so that they are flush with the surface.

Workers use a plywood template to create a pattern using 1/2" (12-14mm) AGT™ Emerald Yellow and Aqua Blue Glow Stones

This procedure is then repeated on the remaining concrete surface to create a unique pattern which is only visible once the sun sets....

Finished concrete glowing pathway in the daytime.
Glowing concrete pathway at night using 1/2" (12-14mm) AGT™ Emerald Yellow and Aqua Blue Glow Stones.

These AGT commercial grade glow stones will continue to glow all night - only requiring 10 minutes of daylight to re-charge to full power the following day...

Straight on view of a glowing concrete pathway at night using 1/2" (12-14mm) AGT™ Emerald Yellow and Aqua Blue Glow Stones.
Close up view of a glowing concrete pathway at night using 1/2" (12-14mm) AGT™ Emerald Yellow and Aqua Blue Glow Stones.

Magic that will continue to inspire for over 20 years...


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