There truly is no better way to start the new season than to partner with the 2018 World Series Champions, the Boston Red Sox! For the seventh year in a row, U.S. Pavement Services has performed work at Fenway Park, ensuring the parking lots, including the player’s lot, are ready for the upcoming season. This partnership came to be when U.S. Pavement teamed up with the Boston Red Sox in 2010, becoming their official pavement services provider.
Being the Nation's Leading Pavement & Concrete service provider since 1985, U.S. Pavement kicked off another season the right way with a job fair hosted at the Corporate Office in Woburn, MA. Over the course of two days, dozens of people came to find out how they can become a part of the winning team for the 2019 season. From receiving the Veterans Community Leadership Award in November and partnering with the Woburn Boys and Girls Club for their Annual Halloween Parade, to teaming-up with the Team Depot Army is North Carolina, U.S. Pavement is aiming high this year!
U.S. Pavement Services was recently awarded the Veterans Community Leadership Award by Volunteers of America, Massachusetts. Each year Volunteers of America, MA presents this award to a person or company, recognizing them for their meaningful contributions in the veteran community.
U.S. Pavement Services partnered with the James L. McKeown Boys and Girls Club of Woburn for Woburn’s 64th Annual Lions Halloween Parade on Sunday, October 28th. U.S. Pavement worked with the Club members and staff to decorate the low bed truck and transform it into a float for the parade.
U.S. Pavement COO Andrew Musto and Director of National Accounts Blake Kelly joined the Team Depot army this week in Asheville, NC at The Home Depot Foundation's Building Services and Operations event. Andrew and Blake helped improve the homes of U.S. veterans at ABCCM Veterans’ Restoration Quarters. The Home Depot Foundation and Team Depot, a 400,000-strong army of associate volunteers, work to improve the homes and lives of U.S. veterans, train skilled tradespeople to fill the labor gap and support communities impacted by natural disasters.