Project Profile:

Matthew Whaley School

Project Summary

The SE entrance has exposed rings and worn away grass, but most of the lot is fully covered in grass which is not irrigated. There are two drainage catch basins in circular depressed areas to collect stormwater that doesn’t seep through the grass.

Address

302 Scotland Street and Nassau Street, Williamsburg, VA  23185

Install Size

1520 m2 (16,362 sq ft)

Designer

N.A.

Contractor

Oyster Point Construction, Doug Anthor

Project Gallery

Grass-Porous Paving was installed in the over-flow-parking lot at Matthew Whaley School, Williamsburg, Virginia, using Grasspave2.
Front of Matthew Whaley School. The driveway to the GP2 parking lot is on the left beyond the asphalt parking lot and just before the sports fields.
Reinforced Grass was installed in the over-flow-parking lot at Matthew Whaley School, Williamsburg, Virginia, using Grasspave2.
Only the white truck is parked on the GP2 parking area. The lot is wide enough for a central aisle of grass and two rows of parking perpendicular to the aisle.
Grass Paving was installed in the over-flow-parking lot at Matthew Whaley School, Williamsburg, Virginia, using Grasspave2.
This is the full length of the GP2 lot which is marked with a vegetated berm on the left and car stops on the edge of the asphalt. With no irrigation, this grass looks fairly good.
Grid Pavers were installed in the over-flow-parking lot at Matthew Whaley School, Williamsburg, Virginia, using Grasspave2.
There is another exit directly to the right at the end of the GP2 lot.