Project Profile:

Waterford School

Project Summary

This is another wonderful project designed by MHTN Architects in Salt Lake City. They have used our very functional Grasspave2 to provide the necessary vehicle access while hiding it in their creative designs. The Invisible Structures pavers provide design flexibility and good product marriage for Architects. School applications of Grasspave2 are very popular. Some of the reasons are: beautiful aesthetics, easy maintenance, disguised wide access for vehicles, multiple uses for grass, cooler environments, and good drainage.

Address

1500 East 9400 South, Sandy, UT

Install Size

1670 m2 (18,000 sq ft)

Designer

MHTN Architects, 3000 East and South Temple, Salt Lake City, UT

Contractor

Suburban Properties, 9000 South and 2800 West, S. Jordan, UT

Project Gallery

Turf Reinforcement was installed in the maintenance-access areas at Waterford School, Sandy, Utah, using Grasspave2.
View of fire lane access on both sides of sidewalk on the west side. Grasspave2 doesn’t interfere with the beauty of these structural repeating roof shapes.
Grass Pavement was installed in the maintenance-access areas at Waterford School, Sandy, Utah, using Grasspave2.
Grasspave2 on the building side of the walkway provides extra stability for pedestrian traffic in this car pool area.
Permeable Paving was installed in the maintenance-access areas at Waterford School, Sandy, Utah, using Grasspave2.
The area on the left of the sidewalk was Grasspave2 installed with sod. The area on the right side is Grasspave2 with a seeding technique. Hydroseeding with paper mulch instead of seeding with a straw mulch has excellent results.
Porous Pavers were installed in the maintenance-access areas at Waterford School, Sandy, Utah, using Grasspave2.
Fire trucks straddle the sidewalk and are guided by the two rows of trees. The vertical markers can be important when snowfall levels are high between plowing.
Pervious Pavers were installed in the maintenance-access areas at Waterford School, Sandy, Utah, using Grasspave2.