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Preferred Asphalt and Concrete

Preferred Asphalt and Concrete

Asphalt Budgeting Strategies

Thursday, September 15, 2011 Strategies for Asphalt Maintenance Budgeting Published in IREM San Diego Newsletter, September 2011 By Steve Harmon, VP, Lot Management Tight budgets and severe weather during 2011 will surely result in increased asphalt related budget items in 2012. Although the current budgetary environment is expected to continue, I believe that an ongoing asphalt maintenance program can significantly extend the life of parking lots, improve overall property appearance, and lower long-term asphalt related costs. With proper maintenance, asphalt pavement is expected to last approximately 20 years. This expected life can be reduced by base conditions, poor drainage, excessive…
2amarketing
June 29, 2016
Preferred Asphalt and Concrete

Sealcoating Among “Moving” Inventory

BY ALLAN HEYDORN ON MAR 1, 2016 FEATURING P.A.C’S ROB PASKIEWICZ! Sealcoating contractors are often involved in projects that require a multi-day schedule and constant communication with the client, but the job Paradise Asphalt Maintenance, Kansas City, MO, tackled for nearby Adesa Auto Auction, took that complexity to a whole other level. To start with the job was big – 400,000 sq. yds. that required milling, patching, paving, cracksealing, sealcoating and striping. Factor in that no work could be done on Tuesdays or Thursdays when Adesa auctioned 1,000 cars each day, that each parking space was actually an inventory stall…
2amarketing
June 29, 2016
Preferred Asphalt and Concrete

Keeping Parking Lots On Solid Ground

Retail Traffic Allyson Sicard Feb 01, 1998 Failure to maintain a pavement system on a routine basis can erode its lifecycle. Shopping center owners expect their parking lots to last a long time, but most also realize that they have a role in making that happen. The lifecycle of a parking lot generally ranges from 20 to 30 years, according to some experts, who add that within that time frame, there most likely will be at least one complete resurfacing or overlay. “Proper maintenance and sequenced resurfacing can extend lot life beyond 20 years,” says John Stuckey, vice president of…
2amarketing
June 29, 2016
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