Renovating the Home of the Founders Parkway
The Founders Parkway is a favorite part of Las Vegas. Located between Southwestern Las Vegas and the Paris Las Vegas Boulevard, it is a short drive to the famous Las Vegas Strip. The stunning scene that you can see there is not limited to the Strip. The Parkway includes beautiful landscaping as well, including the paved walkway that is lined that is made of wood and leads towards the rock formation referred to as Castle Rock.
One of the most interesting aspects of the plan of the paving that is on the Founders Parkway is that of its design in relation to other public works of the same quality within Las Vegas. The entryway to the parkway includes a bench made of stone that is set between two pillars of stone. But, unlike the other Las Vegas parksways, the rectangular design of this bench is more common rather than the more traditional round form. Concrete was used around the perimeter of the bench to create a assortment of fascinating designs. Concrete patios can be found in six different patterns.
Two concrete pavers included in the design are concrete tabs. The concrete tabs are of the same design as the Las Vegas concrete patio. The concrete used in the Castle Rock section of paving is color-coated to blend with its surroundings. However, the coloration is subtle enough to ensure that the concrete doesn't overwhelm the natural beauty found in the surrounding area.
The remaining three concrete segments consist of huge rocks. Each of these large rock shapes is colored to help them stand out against the concrete. The concrete section is colored in red to distinguish it from other concrete segments along the parkway. The overall concrete design is comprised of eleven distinct colors. The Parkway feels like a completely different environment from other developments because the architects used a myriad of hues.
The replacement of concrete ramps and sidewalks at the ground level with granite pavers was another significant improvement in the construction of CastleRock's section of Las Vegas Strip. The distinctive color pattern of these granite pavers blends nicely into the surrounding area. The granite pavers feature distinct color patterns that blends in with the surrounding. It also makes it much easier for pedestrians to navigate and give driveways that feel more even during rain.
The Las Vegas Strip has a covered walkway that is another design change. The covered walkway was created to prevent residents from stepping on the exposed root along the beach lined with trees. The design allows rainwater from the ground to flow into the ocean, helping reduce erosion. The use of concrete sealants is not necessary since the concrete walkway is already in place. Instead, the pavers are covered with a special waterproof fabric that is slip and heat-resistant.
Castle Rock is a great location to live in. It has a semi-tropical climate with mild winters and warm summers. The soil is sandy and is ideal for planting plants. The plants vary from desert flowers to desert grasses, shrubs, and evergreens. The land slopes towards south which creates a cooler environment for residents.
The stone picnic area at East End of the Driveway offers residents a view of the Strip as well as a place to enjoy relaxation. The stone bench offers seating and allows for a break away from the bustle and noise of the floor of the casino. The stone bench's design makes it both functional and beautiful. It will be awe-inspiring how the stones bring outside to life whenever you stroll towards the deck's edge, to enjoy lunch or to take a break under the stars of the Strip.