Grand Re-Opening in Los Angeles

B.J. SchlageterB.J. Schlageter / December 17, 2014

Our Los Angeles Office, which has experienced rapid growth, is preparing for a grand re-opening in Santa Fe Springs. Relocating from Pomona to Santa Fe Springs into a newly constructed building will provide our team in Los Angeles with much-needed space for equipment as well as current and future employees.   We are so excited about…

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Flag Dedication Ceremony

B.J. SchlageterB.J. Schlageter / December 03, 2014

Our Bridgeview, IL-based team, along with the local Marine Corps League, performed a ceremony last month on Friday, November 14, 2014, to dedicate our new flag and pole to all the men and women that serve our country. The ceremony consisted of several parts including the presentation of the flag, the acceptance and dedication of…

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Open House & Anniversary Celebration in Los Angeles

B.J. SchlageterB.J. Schlageter / November 19, 2014

Our Los Angeles Office, which has experienced rapid growth, is relocating from Pomona to Santa Fe Springs into a newly constructed facility. Rose Paving broke ground at the end of August and is set to finish the building next month. The new, state-of-the-art office will provide our team in Los Angeles with much-needed space for…

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Business Update: Atlanta Paving

B.J. SchlageterB.J. Schlageter / November 05, 2014

Periodically, we like to provide a business update to our loyal blog readers. This time, our Atlanta paving team sat down to answer a few questions about the state-of-paving-affairs in the Peach State.  What is trending right now in the Atlanta paving market? After many years of deferred maintenance, many properties in the Atlanta area…

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Paving Truths and Falsehoods

B.J. SchlageterB.J. Schlageter / October 22, 2014

It’s a fact that property and facility managers juggle numerous tasks simultaneously. And, with a full plate, parking lot maintenance can sometimes be deferred or even overlooked. But, we’d like to remind our readers that, as one of the most costly and extensive areas of a property or facility, it is especially important to make…

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Building a Better Community for our Nation’s Veterans

B.J. SchlageterB.J. Schlageter / October 08, 2014

Last week our vice president and two of our sales executives flew to Tucson, Arizona, to take part in the 2014 Home Depot Foundation Community Building Invitational, September 30 through October 1, hosted by The Home Depot Building Services and Operations. The Foundation was established five years ago with a mission to improve the homes…

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Rose Paving Founders Day: Visitation Catholic Church & School

B.J. SchlageterB.J. Schlageter / September 17, 2014

Each year around this time, the Rose Paving Executive Team recognizes “Founders Day,” by choosing a special jobsite and giving the crews a break by helping perform the pavement repairs themselves. This week, the Rose Paving team gathered at Visitation Catholic Church & School to perform infrared asphalt repairs, sealcoating and lot marking to their…

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Limited Time Left to Repair Your Parking Lot

B.J. SchlageterB.J. Schlageter / September 10, 2014

How are your pavement surfaces doing? Due to bidding processes, decision making, and scheduling, it’s important to act on any parking lot repairs sooner rather than later.  In the Chicagoland area, the paving season typically ends by mid-November. In warmer climates, it can be extended by a couple months – but really, the weather patterns…

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Are You Ready For Some Football?

B.J. SchlageterB.J. Schlageter / September 03, 2014

With the paving season busier than ever, we can’t believe it’s already time for football!  The NFL season officially kicks off  tomorrow night, Thursday – with the Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks taking on the Green Bay Packers. Are you excited for Fall and football?  Who are you cheering for this season? All of our…

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Project Profile: Sealcoating, Falling Waters HOA

B.J. SchlageterB.J. Schlageter / August 27, 2014

Jobsite Location: Falling Waters Home Owners Association Development, Burr Ridge, IL Project Scope: Sealcoat and lot mark all the asphalt roads in the development, totaling 376,462 square feet. The asphalt was installed in 2012, and needed to be protected and maintained in order to withstand traffic, weather and general wear and tear. The asphalt had…

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