Partner with us for consistency and quality. We ensure that all of your locations throughout metro Atlanta will have well-designed, well-maintained parking lots. From start to finish, we’ll help you plan for future projects, complete needed work, and provide reliable results, all according to your timeline and budget. Get started today; request a free estimate:
Rose Paving has 40 years of experience maintaining parking lots. Our office in Atlanta performs pavement maintenance for commercial and industrial properties in the city and surrounding suburbs. Our team takes southern hospitality seriously and it is with great pleasure that we invest in our clients and develop long-term relationships that go beyond simple problem solving.
It is well known that parking lots in Atlanta and the surrounding region endure extreme weather conditions such as intense UV-ray exposure and excess rain. But, successful parking lot maintenance also depends on understanding our clients’ unique operations, budget, and scheduling needs. The result is more than just a surface transformation; it is a partnership that delivers, above all, peace of mind. Expect more Atlanta…and go beyond with Rose Paving.
If proper precautions are not taken, paving a busy parking lot can pose a dangerous situation to drivers, pedestrians, and even workers. With the holiday weekend arriving, parking lots are as busy and crowded as ever so proper precautions are essential for safety. Rose Paving requires that all of our crews complete safety training each year and we reinforce what we learn during “tool-box” talks that are held on a biweekly basis. Before starting a paving project on your site, […]
Did you know Rose Paving not only paves parking lots but also makes art? We do this year! Spudnik Press Cooperative will be hosting the 2015 Printers Ball on June 27, 2015 at the Hubbard Street Lofts (1821 W Hubbard St; Chicago) from 2pm to 10pm. The Printers Ball is a daylong celebration of literary culture and printmaking.
Many of us experienced another record-breaking Winter, with higher than average snowfall and colder than normal temperatures. It is time to say ‘Goodbye’ to Winter and ‘Hello’ to Summer. As a facility professional, you are given the task of maintaining the safety and integrity of your property. Here is a checklist to get your parking lot fit for Summer: