Project Profile:

International Truck and Engine

Project Summary

It’s an advantage to have a fire lane in grass because the building is sitting in a green field and not surrounded by pavement. This eliminates a lot of reflected heat and lowers air conditioning costs.

Address

4201 Winfield Road, Warrenville, IL (Former names include International Harvester and then Navistar)

Install Size

650 m2 (6,997 sq ft)

Designer

N.A.

Contractor

Koch & Sons Landscaping Inc., 24481 N Old McHenry Rd, Lake Zurich, IL 60047, phone 847-726-0038.

Project Gallery

Turf Pavers were installed in the fire land access areas at International Truck and Engine, Warrenville, Illinois, using Grasspave2.
The Grasspave2 fire lane is between the building and this main sign, from the low end entrance on the left to the highest end on the right as seen in Photo #2.
Grass Paving was installed in the fire land access areas at International Truck and Engine, Warrenville, Illinois, using Grasspave2.
The high end of the fire lane which is bordered by a planting bed in the foreground and the building in the background.
Permeable Pavers were installed in the fire land access areas at International Truck and Engine, Warrenville, Illinois, using Grasspave2.
Overall view of the Grasspave2 reinforced area from the camera to the entrance at the far end.
Porous Pavement was installed in the fire land access areas at International Truck and Engine, Warrenville, Illinois, using Grasspave2.
The street entrance to the parking lot is shown in the background with the fire lane in the foreground.