Paving for Schools, Universities, and Education

The average age of schools in the United States is 42 years old. As educational institutions get older, their deteriorating physical conditions can have a negative impact on learning. Faced with challenges such as inadequate staffing, insufficient training, and oftentimes no maintenance plan in place, facility managers can have a hard time staying on top of upkeep.
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Rose Paving has almost 40 years of experience helping educational institutions nationwide make a literal “surface” transformation with parking lot maintenance and repair. Our parking lot management solutions assist facility managers in identifying defects and developing a plan for routine maintenance that maximizes time and money. The end result is parking areas that provide smooth and safe travel while also projecting a positive image of the facility.


Planning, Scheduling, & Safety

For educational institutions, it is critical to have a system in place to keep facilities healthy, clean, and well maintained on an on-going basis. Parking lots are no exception. When short on staff and time, it is especially important to consult the experts in parking lot management. Rose Paving performs on-site evaluations of parking areas and can educate facility managers on how to spot warning signs of pavement failure. A Pavement Management Plan (or PMP) can be developed to outline defects and schedule repairs, based on priority and budget. By planning ahead and scheduling routine maintenance, schools and universities can revitalize from the ground up. This, in turn, creates a safer environment more conducive to learning and celebrating school pride.


Parking Lot Solutions for Education

Customers Include

  • Loyola University
  • Moraine Valley Community College
  • National University of Health Sciences
  • Triton College
  • University of St. Mary of the Lake
  • Littleton Public Schools
  • Rosalind Franklin University