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Asphalt Works

Asphalt Works

Whether it is professional pavement evaluation, support for new construction, or a simple pothole repair, we are proud to be an industry leader in the area. We specialize in all aspects of pavement solutions, starting from the initial phase, moving through site preparation to the actual paving work Our range of services is just as broad for existing sites, offering everything from maintenance and repairs to complete pavement reconstruction.

We use only the best materials for each job and operate on the values on which the company was founded, a dedication to superb customer service and quality.  We understand you have a choice when choosing a contractor, and we want to be your contractor of choice.

Before planning your next asphalt job, contact us to learn how we can put over five decades of experience to work for you.  We are happy to provide pavement evaluations and free quotations upon request.

  1. Asphalt Solutions
  2. Asphalt Services

Asphalt Solutions

I) Parking Lot maintenance
II) Structural Maintenance
III) Pavement Maintenance & Management Planning
IV) Site Evaluation

  1. Parking Lot maintenance

    Preventative Parking Lot Maintenance is a solution used to prevent further deterioration of a parking lot. It is also the most cost-effective solution to maximize pavement life while minimizing risk. As soon as a pavement first shows signs of wear and tear such as raveling, transverse cracks, longitudinal cracks, or minor block cracking, it is in need of preventative maintenance. Parking lot maintenance includes corrective measures such as crack sealing, sealcoating, and asphalt patching/repair. Effective preventative maintenance is an ongoing process that needs regular monitoring to ensure that rehabilitation strategies are producing predicted results.

  2. Structural Maintenance

    Structural Maintenance is a solution used to improve structural capacity of the parking lot. This work is outside the realm of preventative maintenance. Pavement that displays severe surface raveling or large sections of alligator cracking is in need of structural improvement. Asphalt resurfacing is the most common structural repair on a parking lot. The best chance for long-term performance of resurfacing is dependent on timing of the procedure and condition of the surface (base and sub-base asphalt layers should be intact). The effectiveness of structural maintenance is also contingent upon routine preventative maintenance performed on the newly overlaid surface

  3. Pavement Maintenance Plan

    We implemented pavement management planning (PMP) for many customers over the years. This process employs a proactive approach to pavement maintenance. In effect, by planning for routine maintenance, facility managers are proactively reducing potential liabilities and last-minute emergencies rather than reacting after damage is already done. Furthermore, this powerful technique stretches maintenance dollars, as it operates based on the principle that the timing of the repair is as important as the repair procedure.

    Pavement management planning or PMP is a systematic, long-term approach (we recommend looking anywhere from two to five years down the line) in optimizing pavement maintenance that ties together various maintenance options in one plan based on available funding. With PMP, several maintenance procedures are used together, one to support the other. The resulting outcome compounds the advantages of each singular approach and significantly extends the life of the pavement.

    Pavements in different condition ranges require different types of maintenance and rehabilitation activities. Applicable procedures range from minor routine maintenance to total reconstruction depending on pavement condition. Specific procedures selected may vary depending on performance levels in different areas and for different functions. Each procedure used in PMP has an associated cost, pavement condition improvement level, and life cycle.

    Site Inspection
    Initially, a physical inventory is conducted of each parking lot. Careful consideration is given to areas of automotive and pedestrian traffic flow, entrances and exits, drainage, islands, delivery zones, and dumpsters. Depressions, rutting, cracking by type and severity, potholes, and saw cut repairs are also noted. If necessary, pictures and detailed maps are also produced and provided to the client.
    This phase identifies the pavement condition of each section. Next, defects and recommended repairs are ranked from the most to least cost-effective repair (i.e. repairs in high traffic areas, regardless of severity, should take priority over fixing a defect in an isolated area).
    Strategy Evaluation
    Armed with a pavement inventory and maintenance alternatives, it is then possible to model pavement condition based on various rehabilitation strategies (preventative and/or structural maintenance and timing) to determine future pavement condition and associated cost to reach the desired outcome. Strategies are further adapted according to goals and funding unique to each property.
    Understand the Failure Mechanism
    This could be due to poor design or lack of maintenance; but, it can also result from excessive sprinkling, traffic, or salting; snow plow damage; or poor drainage.
    Operate the System
    In this phase, work schedules are produced and priorities and budgets are set. Pavement maintenance and rehabilitation procedures are then performed as scheduled.
    Monitor Effectiveness
    Once a PMP is in place and operating, condition data is collected and updated on an annual basis to monitor and verify if rehabilitation strategies are producing predicted results. At any point during the plan, strategies can be adjusted to meet specific needs.
    Monitor Effectiveness
    Once a PMP is in place and operating, condition data is collected and updated on an annual basis to monitor and verify if rehabilitation strategies are producing predicted results. At any point during the plan, strategies can be adjusted to meet specific needs.

  4. IV) Site Evaluation

    Site Evaluation
    Rose Paving approaches each project the same way and always with the same goal in mind–to save customers time and money. First, our professional site engineers, with camera and measuring tools in hand, conduct a physical inventory of the parking lot to develop an accurate plan of repairs and maintenance. Never taking short-cuts, our methods are thorough, including checking catch basins and parking bumpers. If your asphalt base has problems, we can also arrange to take core samples in order to determine the precise cause of your pavement defects.

    During the evaluation process, our engineers are always prepared and willing to discuss any concerns, offer suggestions, and answer any questions you may have. At the end of the evaluation, we present you with a proposal including, as necessary, photos and a site map (photos and site map are included based on the scope of the job). Depending on your needs and budget, we can also offer options, alternatives, and different price ranges. All of our basic site evaluations and consulting sessions are complimentary.

Asphalt  Services

  1. Asphalt Resurfacing
  2. Asphalt Repair
  3. Asphalt Sealcoating
  4. Asphalt Milling
  5. Asphalt Pulverization
  6. Crack Sealing
  7. Asphalt Striping
  8. Catch Basin Repairs
    1. Asphalt Resurfacing

      Asphalt Resurfacing is the method of installing another layer of asphalt over the existing layer. This is a less expensive way to give a “face lift” to old pavement without removing it. The asphalt pavement is cleaned of all loose dirt and debris and then a bond coat applied over the entire surface. Then a 1.5” to 2” layer of new asphalt is installed and rolled for compaction. Resurfacing is not always an option due to existing elevations or surrounding conditions.
      With modern equipment and prompt service, S&J has extensive experience with resurfacing projects for all types of surfaces including roadways, parking lots and even tennis courts.

    2. Asphalt Repair

      Aphalt Repair Remove and Replace
      One option to repairing existing asphalt is to saw cut the perimeter around the deterio
      rated asphalt area and remove the existing asphalt. The existing stone base will be graded if
      necessary and then compacted for density. The perimeter edges of the repair area should have a bond coat applied for proper adhesion. Asphalt will then be installed in the repair area to meet the proper elevations.

      Asphalt Repair Surface Patching
      This method of patching is more of a temporary repair and it is less expensive than remove and replace. The area that is going to be repaired will be cleaned of all loose dirt and debris and then a bond coat will be applied over the existing asphalt. Asphalt is installed over the existing surface and feathered out at the edges.

    3. Asphalt Sealcoating

      New asphalt pavement should be sealed within the first year after it is installed. By applying a coat of asphalt sealer to the pavement, it preserves the smoothness and resilience of the asphalt surface.
      The sealer forms a durable coating that protects the asphalt from the damaging affects of weather, water, salt and gas. Our sealer is mixed with 3-5 pounds of sand per gallon and 3% latex rubberized additive to give a non-slick, skid free surface for safety.

    4. Asphalt Milling

      Milling is the process of grinding off a desired depth from asphalt or concrete surfaces. New asphalt can then be installed without changing elevations. Milling can be done full depth, which would go all the way down to the existing aggregate base, or any other depth as needed. Milling is a cost effective process to remove existing asphalt or concrete surfaces.

      We have extensive milling experience on commercial roadways and parking lots as well as aircraft taxiways and runways.

    5. Asphalt Pulverization

      Pulverization is the process of grinding an existing asphalt surface and leaving the material on site. The newly pulverized material will be used as aggregate base. The material will be graded, shaped and compacted. This is a much less expensive option to removing excessively thick asphalt surfaces. Most of the pulverized material stays on site to keep removal costs low. Pulverizing is not always possible due to existing drainage situations.

    6. Cack Sealing

      Crack Sealing is the process of applying rubberized sealant to cracks to reduce the infiltration of water into the pavement.
      Unsealed cracks allow water to get under the surface and deteriorate the subgrade. This can result in potholes and pavement deflection. A good preventative maintenance program limits the expense of future repairs. Pavement should be inspected annually for signs of deterioration and large cracks.

    7. Asphalt Striping

      After completion of an asphalt paving project, We can provide striping for parking lots large and small as well as striping for other types of surfaces. Parking bumpers, signs and bollards can be added to any project as a finishing touch.

      For all your pavement marking needs, Our team uses the highest quality materials
      including thermoplastic road markings as well as latex and oil based paints. Reflective materials can also be mixed in for special needs striping.

      With modern equipment and prompt service, we have extensive experience with resurfacing projects for all types of surfaces including roadways, parking lots and even tennis courts.

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