The Wave Water Park, Dublin, CA

Project Name: The Wave Waterpark

Products: Grasspave2

Applications: Grass paver fire lane and overflow parking

City: Dublin

State/Province: California

Install Date: Spring 2017

Client: The City of Dublin

Install Size: 900 m2 (9,500 sq ft)

Address: 4201 Central Pkwy, Dublin, CA 94568

Designer:  Gregor Markel, Dahlin Group, Carducci and Associates PM Lee Streitz

Contractor: Solorzano Landscape

Directions: 4201 Central Pkwy, Dublin, CA 94568

Photography:  Andy Gersen, 2017

Summary:

Grasspave2 grass pavers provide the aquatic park a green and lush look to the fire lane and minimizes the hardscape required for parking.  Architect Gregor Markel, Dahlin Group, also used the recycled content, stormwater mitigation properties, and urban heat island reduction properties to get LEED™ points for the project.

Drip irrigation mats are used are used to minimize evaporative water loss.  Reclaimed water is used to irrigate the Grasspave2 fire lane and other landscaped areas.  See more LEED™ project information, here.

 

The Wave Water Park surrounded by a fire lane of grass pavers.

The fire lane surrounding the aquatic center is made up of grass pavers.

 

Nice landscaping around lush grass fire lane.

Recycled city water is used in the drip irrigation lines under the Grasspave2 parking.

 

Grass Paver Fire Lane

Curb stops designate the over-flow/high-peak parking.

 

Grass Paver fire lane meets asphalt

Minimizing the hard surface area was one of the main concerns for using the grass pavers.

 

Grass Paver Fire Lane at the Wave

 

Grasspave2 in the fire lane area as well as the parking bays.

Grasspave2 grass pavers provide the aquatic park a green and lush look to the fire lane and minimizes the hardscape required for parking.  Architect Gregor Markel, Dahlin Group, also used the recycled content, stormwater mitigation properties, and urban heat island reduction properties to get LEED™ points for the project.

Drip irrigation mats are used are used to minimize evaporative water loss.  Reclaimed water is used to irrigate the Grasspave2 fire lane and other landscaped areas.  See more LEED™ project information, here.