U.S. Pavement Services was recently named to the 2018 Inc. Magazine list of 5000 fastest-growing private companies in America, ranking No. 4843 on the list with three-year sales growth of 62%. This is U.S. Pavement’s sixth time on the list, becoming one of the select six percent, of the tens of thousands to apply, that have made the list six times.
U.S. Pavement Services has hired U.S. Army 1st Lieutenant Michael Shaughnessy as a National Project Management Intern in the National Accounts division, through the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, Hiring Our Heroes. In sync with U.S. Pavement’s longstanding dedication to hiring veterans through their Pledge to Hire Veterans, Hiring Our Heroes is another initiative helping to pave the way for companies nationwide to hire veterans.
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.
On June 2, 2018, The West End House unveiled the completion of its major facility renovation and expansion resulting from the $23.5 million comprehensive “Expect More Campaign”. Each year The West End House Boys & Girls Club’s Annual Celebration exceeds expectations, but this year it marked two major milestones in history. The night was filled with inspiring speeches and collaborative performances by The West End House youth, some of the most exceptional young musicians, dancers, step team and spoken word artist, in the city of Boston, and an auction raising a record-breaking $1 million to directly support the year-round programs. John Berman, anchor of CNN Early Start was the emcee for the evening for the fourth year.
On Sunday, June 10th, U.S. Pavement Services hosted their 6th annual Pledge to Hire Veterans Red Sox game. This year, U.S. Pavement hosted over 350 veterans, including two WWII veterans, and their families at Fenway Park for a fun-filled day. The morning began with a walking tour of the park to get a behind the scenes look of “America’s Most Beloved Ballpark,” before the Red Sox faced the Chicago White Sox in the afternoon. The annual event, to honor military veterans and raise awareness for the Pledge to Hire Veterans initiative, is just one way U.S. Pavement gives back to those who give so much to our country.