Project Profile:

Quantum Peripherals Headquarters

Project Summary

This is a classic installation of Grasspave2 which is used for fire truck access around a large corporate building. Flush concrete curbs are used to mark the edges of the lane which is easy to identify. Always look for fire hydrants. The bollards at either end are clear indicators.

Address

Centennial Blvd., Louisville, CO

Install Size

Approx 560 m2 (6030 sq ft)

Designer

OZ Architecture

Contractor

All Phase Landscaping, 1301 So. Pierce St., Lakewood, CO  80232, phone 303-914-8370, Lonnie Dixon

Project Gallery

A Reinforced-Grass Fire Lane was installed at Quantum Peripherals Headquarters, Louisville, Colorado, using Grasspave2.
View of GP2 fire lane, hydrant, and flush curb in front of the Quantum Peripherals building near the cafeteria.
Turf-Reinforcement was installed at Quantum Peripherals Headquarters, Louisville, Colorado, using Grasspave2.
The fire lane starts in the upper employee parking lot where these removable bollards are positioned. The GP2 provides a nice green appearance to the finished installation.
Permeable Paving was installed at Quantum Peripherals Headquarters, Louisville, Colorado, using Grasspave2.
This is a long sweeping GP2 installation marked on both sides with flush concrete curbs.
Grass-Reinforcement Mats were installed at Quantum Peripherals Headquarters, Louisville, Colorado, using Grasspave2.
The bottom end of the fire lane has similar removable bollards, signage, and flush curbs on both sides of the GP2 lane.