Baylor University, McLane Center
Flush concrete curbing marks the perimeter of the fire lane. It is this curbing that may pose a barrier to good drainage. The subsoils must not be draining adequately since percolation is slow on the NW corner near the back bollards. An outlet drain directed toward the Waco River would be advantageous. The outside of the fire lane is adjacent to sports fields which require a great deal of irrigation.
McLane Student Life Center, 2090 Speight Avenue, Waco, TX
1300 m2 (14,000 sq ft)
Waco Construction, 326 North Industrial Drive, Waco, TX 76710
Overall view of the McLane Student Life Center. The Grasspave2 fire lane starts on the right side.
Looking back toward the entrance. Notice the flush concrete curbing marking the outside of the Grasspave2 area.
A continuation of the fire lane shows its proximity to the sports fields which are greener and have healthier grass. Adding micronutrients and NPK fertilizer would invigorate the grass and improve the appearance.
Nice look at a Grasspave2 firelane.
Hydrant is located next to the fire lane which continues around this circular structure.