This is how hydro-static pressure causes problems in parking lots. Below, you will notice water seeping from cracks from this asphalt parking lot. This is caused usually from underground water sources. Sometimes these cracks will see water for days or weeks on end. There are even cracks that never stopped leaking water when a sever hydro-static pressure problem exists.
Hydro-static pressure can cause extended damage to asphalt pavement. To rectify the situation French drains must be installed and routed to either storm drains or daylight to ground that is lower in order to relieve the pressure underneath the pavement.
If you have drainage issues or hydro-static problems, please give us a phone call at 314-427-3303
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The owner of Creve Coeur Paving, Richard Dinkela II is a huge fan and explorer of all things Route 66. So when he heard citizens from Litchfield, IL had plans for creating a new museum on the site of the old Vic Suhling Station on Old Route 66 he volunteered and donated the required labor and Equipment to get the parking lot paved. He hopes that the cost savings will provide funding for items to be displayed in the museum.
If you want to visit the museum, check it out at:
334 North Historic Route 66 Litchfield, Illinois 62056
Consumers often times confused less-expensive pricing with higher value. Rarely is this ever the case when it comes to selecting an asphalt paving contractor. You may think you are saving lots of money, but in reality you are probably just wasting lots of money.
Take a look at this driveway that was recently paved by a very cheap paving contractor.
This is a driveway that is less than a year old, but yet it looks much worse than the driveway that is 20 years old. The homeowner elected to go with the cheapest contractor they could find. In retrospect they will spend more money now to replace the driveway and start all over again, than what it would have cost if they had just went with a little bit more expensive, higher-quality paving contractor such as Creve Coeur Paving
Buyer beware. Don't let this happen to you. Make the right choice and spend the extra money on making a really nice asphalt driveway.
Extensive damage was caused to this Chesterfield residents driveway.
We removed the damaged asphalt and debris. Next we leveled the aggregate as best as possible and installed a leveling course of soil adjacent to the pavement repair.We installed 4 corrective courses of pavement and compacted each course with a vibratory plate compactor. Installing multiple courses or layers of asphalt will ensure the strongest repair possible.The final surface is installed and rolled with a vibratory roller. The repair is completed with a total of 6-8" of compacted asphalt. www.AnythingAsphalt.com 314-427-3303
Applying hot rubberized crack filler to a large asphalt parking lot. This will prevent water from getting underneath the parking lot and causing future damage to the asphalt pavement.
Whether you are repairing an existing asphalt curb or installing all new curbs we have the shape and size mold you desire. Anything from a 4" tall slanted curb to a gigantic 10" tall square curb, we've got you covered.
We install new curbs as low as $5.00 per lineal foot. We can remove and replace curbs for as little as $9.00 per lineal foot. We also do FAST spot curb repairs for around $15.00 per lineal foot.
We have multiple curb machines to make sure we serve all of our customers fast and efficiently.
Attention to detail ensuring straightness and consistency is always a top priority!
When your parking lot has to withstand severe duty, you need a lot of asphalt! What you see below is the beginning of a 6 inch thick parking lot on top of 12 inches of crushed rock! So much asphalt was required, we had to bring out two pavers to get the job done. The job was completed in multiple compacted layers.
Your job requires the resourcefulness of a skilled paving company. You can count on Creve Coeur Paving to deliver results no matter what size your project is.
Dealpoint Merrill, an investment firm is revitalizing on old St. Charles Missouri commercial property. Long time residents know the property as the old K-Mart or currently known as Chuck E. Cheese. Chuck E. Cheese remains as a tenant in a portion of the building while the old K-Mart is being turned into an indoor storage center. CubeSmart will open this summer to provide area residents an alternative to indoor storage.
Dealpoint Merrill hired the St. Louis area paving firm to pave the entire property while also installing green space islands. Originally the islands were to be constructed of slip form concrete curb and gutter. In order to save money and time Creve Coeur Paving recommended installing asphalt curbed islands in lieu of the concrete islands. Asphalt curbs could be installed after the parking lot was paved. - That would help get parking lot resurfacing completed faster because the paver wouldn't have to navigate around islands while installing the new asphalt surface. Asphalt curbing is also easier and quicker to install than concrete curb and gutter.
Dick Mason, the director of construction for Dealpoint Merrill told Richard Dinkela, the operations manager for Creve Coeur Paving that going with asphalt saved Dealpoint thousands of dollars. It's also getting the paving work completed faster making it possible for CubeSmart to open quicker.
Traveling pavers roam the country trying to pull “bait and switch” tactics on property owners. Their classic line goes something like this, “We are paving a job a few blocks away and we have just enough extra material left to pave your driveway.” Never fall for this. Reputable contractors rarely try to beat doors for business. Gypsies never do what they say they will, and they will never come back and fix a shoddy job. There are a couple things you can do if approached by a suspected gypsy outfit:
We never want our potential clients or clients served badly. We are here to assist people to the best of our ability, whether we do the work or not. Be aware of the company you are dealing with. Make common sense conclusions about their offers.
Below are some photos of work performed by traveling paving outfits.