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Not Asphalt. Not Gravel. Geotextile.
Not Asphalt. Not Gravel. Geotextile.
less cost than using asphalt
less construction time than conventional lots
durable enough to last for up to 7 years
permeability protects surrounding land
reasons to choose Rollpark
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years of experience
With an uncertain economic climate and ever growing inventory, ports and auto manufacturers need a parking material that keeps cars free of dust and damage at a lost cost.
Because auto-manufacturers have constantly fluctuating manufacturing volumes and stringent capital requirements, Rollpark is a less costly solution for quality holds and occasional large-capacity vehicle launches.
Beyond parking in the mud, there isn't an effective, inexpensive, and proven temporary parking material for events besides Rollpark. Stabilize the ground and roll Rollpark directly overtop for instant parking for a few days to a month and then roll it up and re-use it at another event.
Films often require a stable and flat surface for small segments, usually involving vehicles. Rollpark can be transformed to look exactly like asphalt, reused on multiple films, and at a low price.
Some regions have impervious surface limits, requiring solutions like Rollpark or pervious asphalt. Unlike pervious asphalt, Rollpark is far less expensive and doesn't have the same tendency to fail from clogging.
Universities are constantly expanding, which is good for universities, but bad for their parking capacity. When land is available it is usually only available temporarily. Rollpark can be used for land the university intends to develop without the same cost-restrictions as asphalt (both for installation and tear down).
While you wait for a massive parking garage to be designed, built, and approved, use Rollpark to park your clients so as to not waste revenue while waiting.
Rollpark requires regular maintenance just as asphalt does. As the selected product reaches the end of its lifecycle, it can be repaired or sprayed with a special patent-pending solution that can extend the life of the product, much like asphalt can be “seal-coated” to extend its life.
Regular maintenance includes re-seaming any loose seams, replacing worn sections, or, as mentioned, adding a surface hardener (a spray) to preserve dimensional stability.
For aesthetic purposes, it is also preferred that the parking lot be kept free of trash and leaves.
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.
Rollpark is currently developing an impervious product that has an extremely low cost for occasions when permeability is undesirable.
It depends on the kind of permit issued (if any) for the parking lot. Some cities have a high threshold for something to count as pervious that Rollpark does not readily meet. In such cases, a modest drainage channel can be established that is still less costly than what’d be required for asphalt.
In addition, Rollpark is developing an impervious product that will require a drainage system.
Yes, there are 9 patents on Rollpark.
The greatest challenge for a Rollpark lot is ensuring the subgrade remains stable. By allowing groundwater penetration, the risk of subgrade movement increases, so it is vitally important that the aggregates selected for a long-term installation lock well and ensure fast drainage.
Rollpark offers multiple products with some customizable options to increase durability and thus the period that it can last, so it varies. Rollpark-30, for example, is designed to last for closer to 5-7 years, and we are currently working on a new product that is expected to last for closer to 10 years.
Rollpark is a patented, permeable geotextile, and a set of finely tuned subgrade conditions made for temporary and semi-permanent parking lots.
Rollable permeable paving surface. Durable and environmentally-friendly.
Soft spots can be identified after rainfall has been given sufficient time to drain. They’ll have a muddy composition, like this.