Fox Chapel Area High School
GP2 reinforced grass parking areas provide spots for additional cars during peak events. Even on a normal day there are cars parked parallel to the asphalt off onto the grass. The outer limits of the reinforced parking areas have vertical guard rails as used on highways. This is a good way to treat the edge since there are a lot of slopes beyond the GP2.
611 Field Club Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15238
3200 m2 (34,445 sq ft)
Grasspave2 reinforced parking on both sides of the central asphalt main drive. Parents have parked their cars waiting to pick up their kids after sports practice.
The highway guard rail marks the depth of the angled parking spaces. When events attract a lot of people it is possible to park many cars.
Our motor coach is also parked on the grass. Earlier, the Fed Ex truck took the guardrail side of it to get access around us. Widening the main road with our system helps prevent traffic bottlenecks.
Entrance sign near Field Club Road. Distant view of buildings and GP2 parallel parking in front of school.
Another parking area is off the main drive in front of the shaded school buildings on the left. The GP2 area is nicely green and you can see the color difference with surrounding turf.
A flush concrete curb is good for demarcation and keeping grass from growing onto the roadway. Keep the surfaces the same finished height. The parking is worked around the tree on the right.
Upper area near the entrance continues with more GP2 parking spaces on both sides of the roadway.