U.S. Pavement Services is fully equipped to help healthcare facilities nationwide manage the maintenance and repair of their parking lots.
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.
Ensuring successful projects by incorporating a "trust but verify" process into your procurement practices
We all have budgets and goals for each project that we manage which requires us to look intimately at the partners we work with. The criteria needed to properly vet a proposal or compare apples to apples requires the customer to really dial into what’s in it for them. Contractor selection can be a touchy subject, but a key to success is to trust but verify.
What does it mean to be CEO-Ready? If your Fortune 500 customer’s CEO visited your work-site, would you be ready? Would he or she be satisfied with you and your project?
Since mid-2016, our National Project Management team has been intensely training around this concept, initially developed by Blake Kelly, our Director of National Accounts. But then we started to realize that it doesn’t stop with our customer’s CEO. What about our own CEO?
As the clock ticks on the seasonal pavement business, many companies are either scrambling to fit in last-minute projects or prematurely deciding to postpone work “to the spring”. But when has the clock expired on the season? Are we in the top of the 10th or the bottom of the 7th? The short answer: We have time! Here are five important factors to consider and gauge just how much time we have for your pavement projects.