Asphalt is the most commonly-used material in parking lot and roadway construction. Over time, asphalt surfaces will erode due to vehicular traffic, but this process is expedited by exposure to the elements, hazardous chemicals, and poor drainage. 3-D Paving & Sealcoating has the knowledge and expertise necessary to perform all asphalt services.
Car dealerships face a unique challenge with all of their parking needs. The vehicles on-site are for sale, and therefore may be parked two- and even three-deep. Asphalt repairs, striping, and sealcoating, all need to be carefully coordinated so as not to disrupt the normal flow of business.
Big Box retail stores can be either stand-alone buildings or part of strip mall. Regardless of where they’re located, Big Box stores have massive parking lots that need to be properly maintained to ensure customer safety. Broken or dislodged car stops should be replaced or properly pinned. Parking spaces and directional arrows must be freshly striped. And cart corrals should be secured and clearly identified.
Stand-alone restaurants utilize their parking lot as a “welcome mat” for their customers. Having a well-maintained and liability-free area for visitors to park makes it easier for owners and managers to focus on the food and service.
Whether your parking area is primarily used for customers or employees, making them feel safe and welcome is essential to any business. Keeping your property ADA compliant and in line with municipal regulations allows you to direct your attention to the day-to-day operation of your company.
Storage centers require smooth and even parking areas to make it easier for customers to load and unload their property at your facility. Additionally, proper drainage helps protect your ground floor units from taking on water during heavy storms.
Outparcels and gas stations have right-of-ways onto main thoroughfares in addition to their separate parking and driveways. These public right-of-ways require special signage and striping per the municipality. Make sure your property is in compliance to ensure the safety of your customers.
Banks have to deal with foot-traffic at walk-up ATMs and drive-thru traffic for tellers and ATMs in addition to their parking areas. In addition to employee and customer parking during the day, banks also maintain a steady stream of after-hours traffic. Having clearly-defined and liability-free pedestrian pathways and drive-thru lanes helps customers receive the services they need while keeping everyone safe.