Project Profile:

Travis Oaks Office Building

Project Summary

Travis Oaks project looked fantastic in the afternoon sun with the light coming through the very green lush grass. Large boulders were used as markers for the fire lane.

Address

5113 Southwest Parkway, Austin, TX  78735-8918

Install Size

440 m2 (4,734 sq ft)

Designer

N.A.

Contractor

N.A.

Project Gallery

A reinforced fire lane was installed in the fire lane access areas at Travis Oaks Office Building, Austin, Tennessee, using Grasspave2.
This is a great way to delineate the fire lane.
Grass fire lane was installed in the fire lane access areas at Travis Oaks Office Building, Austin, Tennessee, using Grasspave2.
Fire lane located between parking garage on right and office building on left. Chain across the lane marks the location. The curb is flush with the street and painted red.
Permeable pavers were installed in the fire lane access areas at Travis Oaks Office Building, Austin, Tennessee, using Grasspave2.
Close up view of fire lane marked with stretched chain, flush curb and markers of stone.
A grass-reinforcement system was installed in the fire lane access areas at Travis Oaks Office Building, Austin, Tennessee, using Grasspave2.
Stone markers are placed on either side of the fire lane. Grass is the same whether on the inside or outside of the reinforced or lawn areas. The Grasspave2 is invisible.
Grass-porous pavement was installed in the fire lane access areas at Travis Oaks Office Building, Austin, Tennessee, using Grasspave2.
Fire lane ends where the last stones are placed at the sidewalk going into the parking garage.
Grid paver was installed in the fire lane access areas at Travis Oaks Office Building, Austin, Tennessee, using Grasspave2.
Far end of the fire lane is located near the sidewalk where the boulders are across the grass connecting the two parallel outside lines.