Glendale Community College
A nice combination of Grasspave2 and Gravelpave2 for a fire lane. Maintenance vehicles also use the fire lanes quite often for parking allowing for regular foot traffic on the concrete. Grasspave2 and Gravelpave2 allow for a narrower concrete strip, looking more like a sidewalk than a road.
6000 West Olive Avenue, Glendale, AZ
GP2 11,900 sf, and GV2 2,100 sf
Fire lane runs along the edge of the sidewalk off to the right side which is east in this photo. Visible pedestrian nature of the area is maintained.
North end of fire lane is GV2 reinforced gravel shown here with only a few rings visible from the sidewalk to the concrete curb on the left.
Here is another Gravelpave2 view of the same area looking north with the sidewalk on the left and the curb on the right next to lawn area.
Grasspave2 is used to reinforce the inside corner of intersecting concrete sidewalks and curbing is used to delineate the edge. No cow paths on the corners here.
View looking south toward the other entrance to the fire lane on the south side of this promenade area. Grasspave2 is used to reinforce the grass area over to the hydrant and disappearing into the center of the picture.
Similar to the previous photo only this V-shaped area is done in gravel using GV2, until it meets with another GP2 area in the distant center.
The south end entrance to the fire lane has a No Parking sign with Fire Lane under the symbol. Another sign is on the right where the reinforced grass begins. Note that one side of the fire lane is always marked with palms for the full length of this campus, north/south.