Stonehill College located in Easton, Massachusetts, wanted a permeable pedestrian courtyard that could be used daily by the students, as well as a venue for events. Eco-Priora™ permeable interlocking pavers in three custom colors were selected for the project. The local conservation commission accepted the permeable interlocking concrete pavement as a best management practice for handling the increased runoff that would have otherwise been generated by an expanse of impervious pavement. In addition, the Eco-Priora® pavement system was determined to be a less costly alternative to the elaborate sub-surface drainage infrastructure that was originally considered for the project. Flush-mounted panels have anchorages for tents and also serve as electrical supply points.