Project Profile:

Orange Bowl Stadium

Project Summary

The University of Miami renewed their contract at the Orange Bowl Stadium when the overall site was improved with grass parking. The City of Miami researched all the grass paving products and found that Grasspave2 gave them the best of everything - 100% grass finished appearance, compatibility with asphalt aisles, low staff requirements for unmonitored self-parking, 92% root area for best grass health, benefits for the environment, and a great surface for tailgate parties. The water table is high on this site. When it rains in southern Florida, a large volume drops during a short period of time and the water table can rise to the surface. The coral/sand base drains well, but asphalt parking generates an overload of stormwater. By mixing asphalt aisles with Grasspave2 parking bays, the drainage is instant through the grass, sand, and coral. The quality of water is improved with grass as a natural filter.

Address

Miami Orange Bowl, 1501 NW 3rd Street, Miami, FL 33125

Install Size

24,260 m2 (261,141 sq ft)

Designer

City of Miami Public Works (see client information)

Contractor

R. L. Saum Construction, 7186 SW 117 Avenue, Miami, FL 33183

Project Gallery

Grass-Porous Pavers were installed in the parking areas at Miami Marlins Park, Miami, Florida, using Grasspave2.
Aerial view of east parking lot just after installation
Design Detail of parking lot. No dxf or dwg files available.
Turf Pavers were installed in parking areas at Miami Marlins Park, Miami, Florida, using Grasspave2.
View through the iron fence looking down the aisles.
Porous Paving was installed in the parking areas at Miami Marlins Park, Miami, Florida, using Grasspave2.
Non-parking areas look well groomed. Vast parking areas shown from one of the entrance gates.
Permeable Pavers were installed in the parking areas at Miami Marlins Park, Miami, Florida, using Grasspave2.
Cars park two deep on grass.
Turf reinforcement was installed in the parking areas at Miami Marlins Park, Miami, Florida, using Grasspave2.
Different angle from the aerial view in photo 1.
Grass Paving was installed in the parking areas at Miami Marlins Park, Miami, Florida, using Grasspave2.
View across the parking rows of green grass reinforced with Grasspave2. The maintenance is excellent.