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 Inc., a full-service paving and pavement maintenance contractor with national coverage in the U.S. and Canada, announces that it recently purchased a property in Chelmsford, MA, located off Route 495. The property is an expansion of the company’s headquarters located in Woburn, MA, and will become the main dispatch location for dump trucks and heavy equipment.
In the pavement industry, we have the advantage of an “off season” during the winter months, where pavement work in New England slows temporarily and the snow flies. This time is a perfect opportunity for debriefing, planning, setting priorities, and training.
The seasonal nature of the construction industry has historically been a challenge, but it can also be an asset in terms of set-aside time to review, plan, and strategize for the upcoming season. Debriefing at the end of a season is a building process that allows time to look at leveraging strengths and honing in on areas of improvement. In this fast-paced retail construction environment it is critical to always stay ahead of the curve. Debriefing allows you to do so by identifying the root causes of successes and failures and using the knowledge gained to continually improve the performance of each individual and the entire team. As the saying goes, hindsight is 20/20, so when looking back at a completed project from the year, one can use debriefing as a powerful tool to structure the process and capitalize on meaningful learning.