It’s springtime in New Mexico … that means it’s time to plan for routine parking lot maintenance. By planning ahead, owners are reducing potential liabilities and last-minute emergencies. This will enable your dollar to go further. You will be able to time repairs instead of repairs consuming your time and affecting your business revenue.
We can perform a careful walk through of your property and give you recommendations and solutions for repairs that are needed now and those that can wait. A plan can be made to fit your budget and timetable.
If you’re planning a new project, contact us now. Secure a place in our schedule to guarantee your project is on time.
Don Rooney is the owner of Pioneer Paving & Grading, Inc. He will be giving a seminar at the Pavement Live construction shows in San Diego, California on Saturday, December 3, from 10:00 am to 11:30 am:
D-31 Warm Mix Asphalt and Its Impact on Your Paving Operation
James Curtis, Chec Management Systems
Don Rooney, Pioneer Paving & Grading
One of the most innovative paving technologies to come along in recent years is warm mix asphalt and in this new session you’ll learn all about this material and how to put it down. You’ll learn the basics — including why warm mix asphalt is becoming increasingly important in the paving industry — from a consultant who specs the jobs and manages the projects, then you’ll get the on-the-job perspective from a contractor who’s used it in the field, including paving a test section of a parking lot. You’ll learn how warm mix is similar to traditional hot mix asphalt, how it acts differently, and what you need to know when bidding and constructing pavements involving this cutting-edge technology. You’ll take home a greater understanding of the impact warm mix asphalt is likely to have on your in-the-field paving operation, your bidding process, and your paving business.
On The Job: Case Study
by Allan Heydorn
The article highlights the benefits of a recent paving technology known as Warm Mix Asphalt, which allows for a cooler paving mix that can be hauled further and is easier on work crews and their equipment.
Read the full article here.