At U.S. Pavement Services, our team is working 24/7 to ensure our customers receive the highest level of service and the industry’s best finished product. We know that our work must not only be high quality, but also be performed without impacting our customers’ operations, tenants, and clientele. U.S. Pavement has the resources to deploy at the right time, day or night, to ensure we deliver successfully with reduced headaches and superior results.
What is the right scope of work for your property's pavement? Can you get by with just repairs to the worst, isolated areas? Or would your money be better spent milling the existing surface and getting 10-15 years out of the lot? To mill or not to mill, that is the question.
U.S. Pavement Services recently completed a precise and very technical mill and pave project for Jordan’s Furniture and Kelly's Roast Beef in Framingham, MA. The scope included mill and overlay of the main entry and exit roads, the main loop around the Jordan’s parking lot and building, and the Kelly's Drive-Thru lane. We also completed drainage reconstruction and line striping of the entire campus. This project was truly a team effort made by our paving, milling, and striping crews but still nothing out of the ordinary for us. All of our business partners, like Jordan’s Furniture and Kelly’s Roast Beef have come to expect only the best workmanship coupled with outstanding value from our crews.
At this year’s National Pavement Expo (NPE) held in Charlotte, NC, U.S. Pavement Services, Inc. received the #1 Contractor of the Year award from Pavement Maintenance and Reconstruction magazine. CEO Mike Musto accepted the coveted award and the company was singled out as the top paving and pavement maintenance contractor from a field of nearly twenty thousand eligible contractors nationally.
The award cites excellence in quality of work, safety records, scope and variety of jobs, community outreach and overall growth.
Recap of an article in Pavement Maintenance & Reconstruction Magazine about the addition of a new milling division to U.S. Pavement Services fleet - which has helped increase our production capacity by 25% - 30%. The November 2015 feature details the benefits of adding additional in-house capacity through the voice of our Bill Garvey, Director of Construction and Andrew Musto, COO of U.S. Pavement Services.