Just about a year ago, we lost a beloved member of the U.S. Pavement Services family, Danny Dailey. Danny’s spirit is felt in our hearts and his memory will never fade from our minds.
This holiday season U.S. Pavement Services delivered Thanksgiving Turkeys and Christmas trees to area veteran’s organizations. This year marks the 4th year we have delivered the festive items to those who have served and are currently serving our country. Throughout the year, community support and making a difference by giving back are core values of our company.
U.S. Pavement Services, Inc. Chief Operating Officer Andrew Musto named among Boston’s Top Executives
(Woburn, MA) Andrew Musto, COO of U.S. Pavement Services, Inc. has been named among Boston’s top 40 Under 40 executives by the Boston Business Journal. It’s been a banner year for the 32 year old Musto whose innovative leadership style has resulted in the company being named the #1 contractor in the nation for 2016 by Pavement Magazine. Despite all of the accolades he’ll tell you his proudest moment this year was when his longtime girlfriend, Lisa Wright, said yes to his marriage proposal.
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.
U.S. Pavement Services donated their time, equipment and asphalt paving services to create a sorting surface for the Clean River Project in Methuen, MA. This platform will make it easier for the Clean River team to sort through the debris pulled from the Merrimack River and separate recyclables without including gravel in the mix. The gravel content was causing some debris loads to be rejected and the newly donated asphalt surface now allows for a cleaner process. U.S. Pavement paving Crew 2, Daryl Womack, Immer Chavarria, Bob Anderson, Kynan Mello, Dan Baker, and Scott Gallagher were pleased to donate their time and expertise for this great cause.