Project Profile:

Grand Canyon Trust

Project Summary

Everyone always asks for snow photos of our projects. While driving through town in December there was a snow storm of a few inches. Normal plowing is necessary when snowfalls are greater than this amount.

Address

2600 North Fort Valley Road, Flagstaff, AZ  86001

Install Size

650 m2 (6996 sq ft)

Designer

N.A.

Contractor

N.A.

Project Gallery

Paving Mats were installed in the parking lot at the Grand Canyon Trust in Flagstaff, Arizona, using Gravelpave2.
Parking lot is on the far side of the fence and running to the back of the building with bays on either side of a center aisle.
Permeable aggregate pavers were installed in the parking lot at the Grand Canyon Trust in Flagstaff, Arizona, using Gravelpave2.
Wheel stops run along the edge of the fencing. Be sure to anchor the edge, wheel resting areas, and any turning spots really well in case dripping snow turns to ice. This will prevent any mats from lifting or getting damaged.
Porous pavement was installed in the parking lot at the Grand Canyon Trust in Flagstaff, Arizona, using Gravelpave2.
This Photo shot in the warmer seasons. Gravelpave2 adds an attractive look to the rustic site.
Gravel paving was installed in the parking lot at the Grand Canyon Trust in Flagstaff, Arizona, using Gravelpave2.
Bumper stops help identify parking bays.
Gravel reinforcement mats were installed in the parking lot at the Grand Canyon Trust in Flagstaff, Arizona, using Gravelpave2.
Workers spread the terra cotta gravel into the gray Gravelpave2.
Porous pavement was installed in the parking lot at the Grand Canyon Trust in Flagstaff, Arizona, using Gravelpave2.
Unrolled Gravelpave2.
Aggregate paving was installed in the parking lot at the Grand Canyon Trust in Flagstaff, Arizona, using Gravelpave2.
In the opposite direction, this photo shows the newly installed Gravelpave2 parking lot.