In 2005 C & R Asphalt, LLC topped the 10 million mark in sales and installed over 7.5 million square feet of asphalt.
But, what we take pride in most is our quality.
Without it we could not have experienced the steady annual growth we have over the years or developed the relationships we have with our customers.
We’ll pave a 5-ton driveway or a 5,000-ton parking lot.
We take pride in the fact that we are the leading private paving contractor in the Lexington area.
Paved surfaces are designed for all weather use.
Newly paved surfaces enhance the aesthetics of any property and offer first impressions to customers of commercial properties.
First impressions can say a lot to a potential customer. From what type of maintenance the company offers to the level of customer service.
As any Realtor will say, curb appeal can invite a potential customer in or suggest he go elsewhere.
We offer complete commercial paving evaluations
Paving is divided into three areas:
- New Construction
- Complete removal and replacement
- Learn More – Commercial Paving Specifications
New Construction- building new asphalt surfaces.
First excavation and grading by ourselves or others to establish the designed grade.
Second, rock courses are installed and compacted to specifications.
And finally, install a customer designed asphalt mix and compact.
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
Severe sub base deficiencies may require partial or complete removal of all pavement and sub base materials.
In addition if other conditions such as: soft areas (moisture) incorrectly prepared sub base, additional undercutting of soil may be necessary.
The conditions may not be entirely detected until the overlying asphalt is removed.
The desired mixture of asphalt material is then applied and compacted.
After the pre-existing conditions are corrected, the new sub-base installed and compacted.
Sometimes weather and contractor deadlines dictate adverse paving conditions.
In this picture, C & R Asphalt, LLC is working with a contractor to help them meet their winter construction deadlines.
Removal and replacement is normally mandated by improper preventive maintenance procedures and sometimes coupled with inadequate or improperly installed sub base materials.