When it comes to your asphalt paving project there are a lot of things to consider: subgrade compaction, base and mix thickness, drainage, and parking stall configuration. The list goes on and on. Even with all of those things to consider, there is one ultimate goal – to get asphalt pavement that is durable and suitable for your needs.
Whether it’s a new parking lot or a new street, the subgrade sets the stage for the whole project. You need the right compaction to stabilize and support your base and asphalt. The thickness of that base rock and asphalt mix depends on the application. The more weight and traffic that will be on the pavement, the thicker it will need to be. The drainage keeps water off, which not only prolongs the life of your asphalt, but it creates a safer surface without puddles and ice. The parking configuration can not only maximize your lot but can keep you compliant with current ADA regulations.
These are all things that need to be considered while planning your asphalt project, and you may have already considered them. But that’s why we’re here. To plan for the things that lie beneath the surface, to anticipate the things that will affect the lifespan of your pavement, and to create a plan to help you get the most out of your new asphalt. It’s more than a new parking lot or a new street. It’s an investment.
Widel Paving has the experience and equipment to handle any size project. We serve a wide variety of clients with different asphalt needs. Just a few examples include:
- Building/Business Owners
- Property Managers
- Subdivision HOAs
- Apartment Complexes
Contact us today to discuss your asphalt project and to get a free estimate.