Rose Paving’s Ultimate Guide to ADA Compliance for Your Parking Lot

Teri Kasprzak / May 28, 2021

Parking Lot Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Compliance: Rose Paving’s Ultimate Guide The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a comprehensive federal law that ensures people with disabilities have equal access to all areas of public life, like employment opportunities and places of public accommodation. If you operate a business with a commercial facility in…

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What You Should Know About Catch Basin Repair for Parking Lots

Teri Kasprzak / April 23, 2021

Catch Basin Repair for Parking Lots: Tips and Information Catch basins are a parking lot’s best friend when wet weather hits. As the first line of defense against heavy rain, catch basins collect and drain pavement runoff to prevent standing water on your lot. Not only is standing water unsightly and inconvenient for visitors, but…

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What to Expect from a Rose Paving Site Consultation

Teri Kasprzak / March 14, 2021

What to Expect from a Rose Paving Site Consultation All Great Parking Lot Projects Begin with a Great Consultation As one of the largest national paving companies in the U.S., the Rose Paving team understands just how vital an onsite parking lot evaluation can be to the success of your parking lot paving project. We’ve…

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Catch Basin Facts: 8 Things You Didn’t Know

Teri Kasprzak / March 11, 2021

Our Trivia Series continues with a collection of fun facts you may not have known about catch basins. Catch basins (commonly referred to as storm basins or storm sewers) are underground chambers topped with grates. They allow sand, sediment, and other materials to settle out of storm water before it travels to a detention basin or drain lines. In parking lots, catch basins are installed to collect water from low-lying areas to prevent flooding or other water damage.

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Guidance for Clients During COVID-19

Teri Kasprzak / November 15, 2020

How to Safely Prepare for Re-Entry   The COVID-19 outbreak has left many building owners feeling stuck between a rock and a hard place. After all, the mortgage doesn’t care if your tenants can’t pay the rent because of Coronavirus. It’s a bad situation for everyone but there are things commercial property managers can do…

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Amanda shares Grandma’s Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe

Teri Kasprzak / October 19, 2020

Rose Paving Chicago recently welcomed National Account Manager, Amanda Simmons, to the local Chicago Division as an Account Executive. She’s really excited for the opportunity to build her own customer base and to get to work with local Chicago businesses. Amanda is a graduate from Augustana College in Rock Island, IL with a degree in…

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The New Industrial Property: Special Uses for Industrial Space

Tim Chimack / October 16, 2020

What are Industrial Buildings Being Used for in today’s market? Industrial buildings come in all different shapes and sizes and are not just for storing consumer goods, manufacturing products, or for use as distribution centers. In fact, there are many unique uses for industrial properties today. BOMA/Suburban Chicago’s Industrial Committee Recently, the BOMA/Suburban Chicago’s Industrial…

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Dear Community Members,

Teri Kasprzak / August 07, 2020

As the great Bob Dylan once sang, “oh the times, they are a-changin’.”  Though these lyrics were written years ago, they still ring true in the present day. During these troubled times, it’s important to look back to see not only how far we’ve come, but also how our actions as community members shape the…

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Americans With Disabilities (ADA) Act: Celebrating 30 Years of Equal Parking Lot Access

Teri Kasprzak / July 26, 2020

ADA: 30 Years of Equal Parking Lot Access As we approach the thirtieth anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, we reflect on the significance of this landmark legislation and look toward a future of equal access opportunities for all Americans. What Can The Community Do To Support and Celebrate the Americans With Disabilities Act…

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4 Alternative Uses for Your Parking Lot During COVID-19

Teri Kasprzak / July 21, 2020

Even during the COVID-19 downtime in retail, a lot is riding on your lot. While property managers have seen significantly reduced traffic to retail stores, restaurants, professional offices, and even some doctors’ offices, some have creatively transformed their parking lots into money—and memory—making opportunities. Add or Increase Drive-thru Lanes In the age of grab-and-go, drive-and-go…

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