Rose Paving Founders Day: Visitation Catholic Church & School

Teri Kasprzak / September 17, 2014   |   About Us / Asphalt / Charitable Outreach / Pavement Marking / Sealcoating

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 parking lot. All materials, services and labor were donated. Founders Day group shot

Project details:

  • 766 square feet of infrared asphalt repair, consisting of 16 heats over two areas
  • Lot marking of 20 single bays / 50 linear feet
  • 7,259 square feet of sealcoating, applied via squeegee method

Visitation Catholic School, PreK-8th grade, has served the Chicago communities of Englewood and Back of the Yards since 1891, and is staffed by the Dominican Sisters of Sinsinawa, Wisconsin. The Rose Paving team is proud to have helped out Sister Jean and the children of this school make pavement repairs– so their parking surface is safe for everyone!

For more information on Visitation Catholic School, please click here.