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Park Construction Pavement Finishing

Pavement finishing is an important composition and communication element of the green areas. Selection of pavement finishing relates to both designer�s solution and serving a particular purpose. They are a foregoing factor to be envisaged in a park project to enable precise determining of the type and quantity. According to the purpose they are to serve finishing can be reinforced and pedestrian area finishing. Reinforced finishing is most commonly used in car access areas. Depending on the bearing loads, different finishing pavements exist, but sharing in common concrete base reinforcement. It all depends on the type of vehicles to access the area. With public and shopping areas, access for heavier vehicles has to be envisaged. In such a case, avoid using tiling, as these are more appropriate finishing for pedestrian areas and paths and areas of less loading, such as housing buildings, where cars in most cases would be parked. Recently grass-mats have gained popularity, since they provide a grassed parking area for cars. But their application should be limited to parking areas of less loading and availability of irrigation. They are suitable for detached houses or representative office buildings. We also do not recommend using concrete grass frames, since concrete accumulates heat during summer and burns the grass. The effect is negative. It can be best implemented in isolated parking areas, having hedge-rows and broad-leaved trees casting shadow in summer, as well as appropriate and reliable sub-base.
As to the pedestrian areas, a variety of decorative finishing pavements are available. These can be natural slabs, cobble-stone or natural materials, combinations of different types of stones and mosaics, color concrete slabs, clinker slabs and popularity-gaining stamped or imprinted concrete. A generally accepted rule is to make use of either natural or artificial materials alone. Using both would give a sense of chaos and clash of styles. Artificial finishing is used more often with public and shopping areas and sites. Imprinted concrete is also a good solution, since it can fit different styles and provide the strength required.
The aesthetic impact of finishing pavements is of paramount importance to a good designing of a park or garden area. Incorporating mosaics and murals from different materials: natural stones, ceramics, metal, brick and wood, would add an artistic value to a pavement finishing. Such a finishing would create a frame of mind, give aesthetic pleasure and even turn into a piece of art.

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