Striping

Parking stalls and traffic markers are installed as the final step.

Curb Anchoring

Surface stabilization, aesthetics, and parking lot enclosure.

Rollpark™ Surface

Patented and permeable geo-textile.

Fine Crushed Aggregate

Compacted sand, limestone or granite. Ensures fast drainage and increases product’s longevity.

Crushed Aggregate Base

Maximizes stability. The amount is adjusted depending on the length of intended use.

Loose or Compacted Earth

Existing grassy median and topsoil is removed until a stable subgrade is reached. Subgrade is sometimes graded and compacted with a 10 ton vibratory roller.

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Striping

Parking stalls and traffic markers are installed as the final step.

Curb Anchoring

Surface stabilization, aesthetics, and parking lot enclosure.

Rollpark™ Surface

Patented and permeable geo-textile.

Fine Crushed Aggregate

Compacted sand, limestone or granite. Ensures fast drainage and increases product’s longevity.

Crushed Aggregate Base

Maximizes stability. The amount is adjusted depending on the length of intended use.

Compacted Earth

Existing grassy median and topsoil is removed until a stable subgrade is reached. Subgrade is graded and compacted with a 10 ton vibratory roller.

As quick as 6 days

Installation time for a parking lot of 120 cars

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Why the likes of Ford Motor already use Rollpark?

“RollPark has saved Ford Motor Company
several million dollars
by having a single site
developed in a shorter time in lieu of the
traditional multiple paved facilities we have
utilized in the past”

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Automotive

To overcome the logistical nightmare of parking thousands of newly manufactured cars on a muddied lot, Ford utilized Rollpark on a number of projects.

Airports

Time crunches and ecological concerns made Rollpark an ideal fit for airport overflow parking at an international airport in Florida.

Events

By removing the headaches associated with event parking, Rollpark saved a Fortune 500 company’s 100th year anniversary from a muddy mess.

Rail

The need for a fast and durable installation brought one of the 7 Class-I railroad companies to utilize Rollpark in an automotive unloading zone in San Bernadino, California.

Worship Centers

Make the most of your worship center’s space by eliminating retention ponds.

Retail

Build an eco-friendly parking lot for a memorable retail experience, and make the most use of your limited retail space by eliminating retention ponds.

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Examples

Rollpark has been used around the world

Before and after: North Hollywood, CA
Installation Process: North Hollywood, CA
Land Preparation and Final Result: Central Florida
Lot for Unloading Vehicles from Railcars: San Bernardino, CA
Before and after: North Hollywood, CA

Why Rollpark

The green alternative to asphalt & concrete

Rollpark is the first rollable, eco-friendly parking surface that makes parking lots better — saving time, money, space, and the environment. Unlike asphalt and concrete, Rollpark replenishes the water table, filters hydrocarbons (oil), and eliminates flood-causing retention ponds.

Rollpark was honored with an Industrial Fabrics Association International (IFAI) International Achievement Award

Guaranteed to cost at least 30% less than leasing an off-site lot

Reinstallation allows up to 50% recovery of initial costs

2ac/d

RollPark crews install up to 2 acres per day

100% permeability eliminates runoff and need for retention ponds, leaving surrounding land unharmed

Rollpark was honored with an Industrial Fabrics Association International (IFAI) International Achievement Award

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Eliminate need for large installation crews with up to 80%
less construction time than conventional lots

Controls erosion and storm water management

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Durable enough to last for up to 7 years or more

Rollpark is the first rollable, eco-friendly parking surface that makes parking lots better — saving time, money, space, and the environment. Unlike asphalt and concrete, Rollpark replenishes the water table, filters hydrocarbons (oil), and eliminates flood-causing retention ponds.

100% permeability eliminates runoff and need for retention ponds, leaving surrounding land unharmed

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Durable enough to last for up to 7 years or more

Withstands all weather conditions

Be it Northern or Southern state, Rollpark fits all

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Sun

Rain

Snow

Frequently asked questions

Rollpark's technology and approach explained in-depth

What is Rollpark?

Rollpark is a patented, permeable geotextile, and a set of finely tuned subgrade conditions made for temporary and semi-permanent parking lots.

What distinguishes a temporary lot from a semi-permanent lot?

Temporary lots are intended to be used for less than 3 years. Semi-permanent lots are intended to be used for more than 3 years and up to 10 years. Under ideal conditions, Rollpark can last for up to 10 years, but 7 is a more conservative estimate.

Has Rollpark been tested?

Rollpark has been tested over the course of 16 years both in laboratory and in field. The famed geotextile expert Ian Peggs (among others) helped develop the product and its specifications. Laboratory testing has been conducted on its permeability rates, UV resistance, tear strength, filtering of harmful chemicals etc.

Where should press inquiries be directed?

Please email press@rollpark.us for all press inquiries.

Is Rollpark patented?

Yes, there are 8 patents and 1 patent pending on Rollpark.

Are there tax benefits for using Rollpark?

Yes. More information coming soon.

Can I buy the material and install it myself?

We sell Rollpark as material-only and turnkey. For material-only sales, we provide detailed engineering and installation specifications. For turnkey, we do everything.

Is warranty provided?

Warranty is provided for 1 year for any product failures.

Can I just roll Rollpark out (without excavation or grading) and park cars on it?

For very short term use (a few weeks), Rollpark can be rolled out and thermally fused without the subgrade or excavation. For more than a few weeks (up to a few months), a geogrid can be laid atop the existing grass or topsoil, and then Rollpark rolled atop. For longer term use, we always recommend using our aggregate specifications. Otherwise, the surface conditions will be unstable. These aggregates can then be re-used on a permanent site or at another temporary or semi-permanent Rollpark site.

Can I plow snow on Rollpark?

Rollpark can be plowed on, but the plow truck has to be slightly modified to prevent tearing and uplift. We can either offer a plowing service or we can provide plow truck specifications.

Can salt be applied to Rollpark to prevent ice formation?

Salt and brine will not harm Rollpark.

How is Rollpark cleaned for reuse?

It is pressure washed, thereby removing mud and other elements from its underside.

If I want to reuse Rollpark, how much of it is lost?

Because adjacent rolls are thermally fused, about 8 inches is lost per roll when removing Rollpark.

Can Rollpark be recycled?

Yes, we encourage our clients to recycle Rollpark once it has been fully used. We offer recycling services directly.

Can you store Rollpark once it is removed?

We offer storage or you can store it yourself.

Can Rollpark be repaired?

It is easily repairable by cutting out the defunct area, and thermally fusing a small and new mat of Rollpark.