Our removal and replacement (R&R) services can help you every step of the way – from removing your existing pavement to identifying subgrade issues to constructing a brand-new surface. Not only will replaced asphalt provide a quality surface for years to come, but it will also allow us to identify and fix any problems in the subgrade – giving you the peace of mind of knowing your whole pavement system is solid from top to bottom.
The first step in replacing your asphalt parking lot is to demolish the existing pavement, which can then be pulverized and recycled as a foundational base course for your new pavement surface. We’ll also perform any earthwork needed to correct subgrade issues, or necessary concrete work.
This prepares your site for the paving process, where we apply and compact the asphalt for your new pavement surface. It is then ready for final touches such as parking stall striping, directional lines and arrows, speed bumps, signage and more.
Asphalt removal & replacement is a complete solution – meaning you’ll enjoy all the benefits of a brand new parking lot and get rid of any problems from your old surface:
Choose the right paving thickness for your project type and expected amount of traffic.
With a complete removal and replacement, we’ll uncover and repair any subgrade issues that may persist with other maintenance methods. If slight grading and drainage problems exist, removal and replacement can eliminate these issues as well.
New paved surfaces cost half as much as comparable concrete surfaces and have many more maintenance options available to ensure longevity.
We use innovative asphalt mixes that are custom-designed to tolerate the harsh conditions of the Desert Southwest climate. We can also customize your paving project to meet your project specifications for a variety of traffic loads and conditions to provide you with optimal performance for an extended product lifespan. Standard options and materials include:
This mix is recommended for construction of new asphalt surfaces carrying a mix of traffic, but not heavy loads and stresses on a continuous basis. It offers a balance between pleasing aesthetics, durability, and wear/skid resistance.
This mix, which has larger particles of aggregate than our 1/2 inch mix, is recommended for construction of new asphalt surfaces carrying heavy vehicle traffic or continuous heavy loads.
Serving as the supporting foundation for the top surface layers, this material may be made of newly quarried rock or recycled asphalt concrete.