New England Real Estate Journal (NEREJ) recognized the work U.S. Pavement Services has done in the retail zone known as the “Golden Triangle” that straddles the Natick/Framingham town line. During the months of July and August a total of 5 properties in the 3 square mile area had asphalt and concrete work done. Retail titans Target and BJ’s Wholesale had milling grading, paving, curbing, concrete and asphalt patching as well as pavement markings done on site without disruption to business operations. The Shopper’s World plaza, which spans the width of the triangle, had extensive curbing repaired and replaced in multiple locations, reducing trip and tire hazards for visitors to the property. Papa Razzi restaurant received a complete crackfill, sealcoating and line stripe which instantly upgraded the property that directly faces Rt. 9 westbound in Framingham. At New England furniture favorite, Jordan’s Furniture, milling, paving, patching, sealcoating and custom striping of its large parking lot and access roads was completed with minimal business disruption despite the large scale, multiple scope project.
U.S. Pavement Services shared insight on what’s at stake when you ignore your asphalt and concrete issues long term for Retail & Restaurant Facility Business magazine in its August 2017 issue. U.S. Pavement Services has worked with retailers and restaurateurs for over thirty years as a valued and trusted partner with the same commitment to customer service and high standards of quality. Whether it is crackfilling, sealcoating and line striping as part of a comprehensive asphalt maintenance program or working with our partners to achieve ADA compliance or a full multi-phase mill and repave project, U.S. Pavement Services delivers unmatched asphalt and concrete solutions for commercial properties nationwide.
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.
Parking lots come in many different shapes and sizes. As a result, pavement and concrete projects are a balancing act of complex variables -- like ADA compliance, long-term asset management, and reducing or eliminating short-term liability issues – and the capacity to perform work without impacting your property’s operation. Solving the Complexity/Capacity dynamic for our clients has been the core of our approach and success over the past 30+ years in the pavement business.
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.