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Commercial Property

Offices, warehouses, and commercial/industrial facilities not only face ADA compliance issues, they need to ensure the safety of all who enter and exit. Getting the job done right requires a licensed and bonded contractor who will do what they say they will do–when they say they will do it.

Real Estate

Real estate managers are responsible for the operation, control and oversight of their properties. They shouldn’t also have to be an expert in paving. Getting the job done on time and on budget requires expertise from your paving contractor–who should know how to ensure ADA compliance, educate you on what to look for in a paving project, and help you compare bids if you need it.

Municipalities

Putting your best foot forward for your citizens and guests requires hiring a paving contractor with a depth and breadth of experience. Hiring out your projects to a team that knows as much as you do is key to minimizing disruptions. And open communication and responsiveness makes your job easier.

Healthcare Campuses

In healthcare, your patients’ wellbeing is mission critical. And the safety and convenience of all who come and go plays a role in keeping your doors open. You absolutely need to minimize your liability and keep up with all codes, including ADA compliance. Partner with a paving contractor who takes your responsibility as seriously as you, who will minimize disruptions and maintain safety throughout the paving process.

Educational Institutions

Educational institutions need to provide a welcoming environment for  students, professors and campus visitors. ADA compliance, safety,  and projects that are on-time and on-budget are table stakes. Having a paving partner that understands your business, pays attention to the small details, and is reliable and responsive is key to creating a cruise-worthy campus.

Religious Institutions

Maintaining safe and beautiful grounds is the first step in welcoming your guests into your house of worship. Attract more guests by maintaining your asphalt parking lots with clear striping, crack filling and regular sealing. Beautify access with concrete walkways and trails. Your paving partner should have experience with beautification projects and expertise in building safety.

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