Project Profile:

Cascade Park

Project Summary

Between the base and the subgrade they installed an 8 oz fabric for good drainage and to maintain the integrity of the new base. 6” was course material, plus 6” of course mixed with 3/4” minus, then mason sand in the rings. Irrigation heads were kept on the perimeter because of concrete trucks driving over the Grasspave2 reinforced area. This application of Grasspave2 allows concrete trucks to enter an existing park and erect additional structures. Intermountain Piping supervised this construction to make sure that this installation would perform as the client intended. Entering from the parking lot for Cascade Park, the Grasspave2 is on both sides of the sidewalk, takes a diagonal path at a right angle sidewalk, along the left side of that sidewalk to a parking pad on the left side of the tower and marked by trees around the pad.

Address

950 East, 200 North, Orem, UT

Install Size

465 m2 (5,000 sq ft)

Designer

Orem City and Engineering Firm

Contractor

N.A.

Project Gallery

Pervious Pavement was installed in the access-road areas at the Microwave Control Building site, Cascade Park, Orem, Utah, using Grasspave2.
Path from the parking lot traverses the corner on a diagonal toward the microwave tower.
Reinforced Turf was installed in the access-road areas at the Microwave Control Building site, Cascade Park, Orem, Utah, using Grasspave2.
Concrete trucks will be able to drive over the Grasspave2 reinforced grass road when another service building is constructed.
Grass porous pavers were installed in the access-road areas at the Microwave Control Building site, Cascade Park, Orem, Utah, using Grasspave2.
The parking pad for trucks is located between the current structure and the trees on the south and east side.
Permeable parking was installed in the access-road areas at the Microwave Control Building site, Cascade Park, Orem, Utah, using Grasspave2.
On line with the coniferous tree in the center of the picture, the Grasspave2 area is on the right and regular grass on the left. Service trucks cut the corner between sidewalks.