Now that spring is here, the mindset of a property manager sometimes has to shift from a well-organized, proactive plan to handling the emergencies that popped up as the seasons transitioned. But we can’t forget about our budgeted projects for the rest of the year either! Finding that balance between immediately repairing liabilities and planning cost-effective care for your pavements is where a professional all-in-one contractor comes in.
Recap below of an excellant article by Jessica Stoikes from Pavement Maintenance and Reconstruction - What Causes Asphalt to Crack and Pothole in Winter and How to Fix It. Perfect timing with the winter season now coming to a close.
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.
When U.S. Pavement Services, Inc. expanded operations earlier this year it was more than just a name change for Carolinas General Manager Rick Adkison. It was a full integration of capabilities complete with brand new equipment, additional service offerings and expanded territory coverage in the region. Since that time, the Operation’s already strong delivery capacity has been further expanded with an influx of new, Made In America equipment and vehicles.
There is nothing like opening day at Fenway Park after a long cold winter. The Red Sox are back in town to begin the season and U.S. Pavement Services, Inc. is doing its part to get Fenway ready for another year.
Our crews spent the day getting three separate parking lots ready for the throngs of baseball fans who will visit the park throughout the season. Just like the players need spring training to get in shape for the season, Fenway’s parking lots also needed to get in shape too but our teams were already in midseason form.