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.
Spring is upon us and PRSM is around the corner. The interaction and partnerships that are built on PRSM show floors are invaluable and gives us the opportunity to learn more about your needs beyond just an RFP or spreadsheet.
National Coverage/Local Knowledge
U.S. Pavement Services self performs all scopes in New England. It’s a clear and defining distinction from the broker model approach most national paving companies employ. We have a knowledge base and expertise that can only come from doing the work ourselves. Our self-performing crews and exclusive partners across the country are all trained on the “retail paving” concept. It is our standards that must be met long before they are assigned to your properties. In addition, we go well beyond “call center” project management with a team of PMs who visit sites in person and dedicated personnel in-house who are focused on successful outcomes for your project.
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.