Project Profile:

College of Southern Idaho

Project Summary

Typically the fire lanes are concrete on this campus. Here at the Aspen Building the light poles and other vertical appurtenances are set back from the sidewalk to allow for the full width of Grasspave2 used on both sides so that fire trucks will straddle the sidewalk. The fire truck turn around is disguised at the back of the building where sidewalks converge.

Address

College of Southern Idaho - 315 Falls Avenue - PO Box 1238 - Twin Falls - ID - 83303

Install Size

480 m2 (5000 sq ft)

Designer

N.A.

Contractor

Pipeco, 402 Washington Street, Twin Falls, ID  83301

Project Gallery

At the College of Southern Idaho, Grass Pavers were installed on each side of the sidewalk to create a fire lane, using Grasspave2.
The GP2 fire lane cuts across the lawn here at the cut curb and proceeds definitely to the right of the tree and also perhaps to the left as shown in the next photo.
Pervious Paving was installed on each side of the sidewalk to create a fire lane, using Grasspave2.
It appears that the GP2 fire lane forks both to the right and to the left as shown here.
Grid Pavers were installed on each side of the sidewalk to create a fire lane, using Grasspave2.
This pedestrian path has been widened on both sides for a fire lane. Note the fire hydrant placed at the half distance mark.
A Grass-Reinforcement System was installed on each side of the sidewalk to create a fire lane, using Grasspave2.
With careful examination, you can just see the edge of the Grasspave2 rings next to the sidewalk.
Grass Pavers were installed on each side of the sidewalk to create a fire lane, using Grasspave2.
Terminus of fire lane located on either side of sidewalk. The red fire hydrant located in the turn around area.