This HEB grocery store in Waxahachie, TX needed to improve their high traffic parking lot to better serve customers. All State Paving successfully paved part of this lot, while still allowing the grocery store to operate as it normally would.
There are several reasons why you should consider repaving your grocery store. A newly paved parking lot will improve the overall appearance of the store and make it more inviting to customers. A smooth, even surface reduces the risk of tripping and falling, which can help prevent lawsuits and insurance claims. Additionally, removing potholes makes the entire customer experience more enjoyable as soon as patrons are on your property. A well-maintained parking lot with clear striping and signage can improve traffic flow, while also reducing the risk of accidents. If your grocery store parking lot is showing signs of wear or you need to expand and provide more parking spaces for customers, All State Paving is ready to help your project be a success.
Choosing a great commercial asphalt paver for your grocery store parking lot project is crucial to achieving a high-quality and long-lasting result. A reputable and experienced paving company like All State Paving has the knowledge, skills, and equipment needed to properly prepare the site, choose the right asphalt mix, and use the best paving techniques. We also understand the importance of proper maintenance and repairs to extend the lifespan of your pavement. When working with us, you can trust your project will be completed on time and within budget, with a finished product that meets or exceeds your expectations.
Homart Development Company built Parks at Arlington mall in 1988 and it continues to be one of the best shopping centers in Dallas-Fort Worth thanks to regular maintenance keeping it in new looking condition. Heavy car traffic makes the parking lots one of the larger items needing regular upkeep for a mall this size. All State Paving is an important partner in keeping the parking lots surrounding Parks Mall in excellent working condition.
The Parks Mall is ideally located halfway between Dallas and Fort Worth in the center of the metroplex at the Cooper St. exit on Interstate 20. This location gathers large crowds and traffic that visit stores like Macy's, Sears, Dillards, and J.C. Penney. Our regular asphalt maintenance has ensured patrons have an simple and appealing way to park at the mall.
Repairing mall parking lots require a special skill few paving contractors specialize in. Our decades of experience means your asphalt paving job is completed correctly by our knowledgeable crews. We try our best to remove the complications and stress of repaving parking lots by managing and scheduling your project throughout the entire paving process. We meet temperature and compression requirements to maximize the durability of your pavement that will give it the longest lifespan possible. Request paving for your mall parking lot today by calling 972-785-0070.
Town East Mall opened in 1971 as the premiere shopping center for residents in Mesquite and the surround East Dallas area. Continuous improvements over the past 50 years include a $20,000,000 renovation in 2004 and countless repaving projects for their concrete and asphalt parking lots. These lots provide ample parking for patrons visiting the 1.2 million square feet of shopping space.
The Town East Mall site is familiar to All State Paving. Although we didn’t provide the original paving for the entire mall, we have regularly repaved and maintained the existing pavement over the past several years. Our commitment to quality and expertise in mall parking lot paving makes us the ideal candidate for these types of jobs. The scope of this year’s Town East Mall repaving will requires hundreds of tons of asphalt (300 tons for these areas shown) to cover the 13,000 square feet being repaved. Contact us today if you need repaving services for your existing asphalt or concrete mall parking lots in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Mall parking lot asphalt paving can be a challenging and intricate process that requires careful planning, preparation, and execution. One of the primary difficulties with mall parking lot paving is the size and complexity of the project. With large parking lots, there's significant surface area to cover, which can require increased amounts of time and resources.
Another challenge of mall parking lot paving is the need for minimal disruption to shoppers and tenants. Mall parking lots are often busy, and closing them down for an extended period of time can be problematic for business owners and customers alike. As a result, it's crucial to have a well-planned paving process that can be executed quickly and efficiently, with minimal disruption.
In addition to these logistical challenges, there's also technical intricacies involved in mall parking lot paving. For example, the paving process must take into account the specific needs of the parking lot, such as the required thickness of the asphalt, the necessary slope for proper drainage, and the right mix of materials to ensure durability and longevity.
Parking lots are subjected to heavy loads from vehicles, which can cause cracking and other damage over time. Because of this, the paving process must also include measures to prevent such issues, such as proper reinforcement and crack filling.
To overcome these challenges, it's important to work with a paving company that has extensive experience in mall parking lot paving. Our experience at All State Paving can help with everything from initial planning and preparation to the execution and maintenance of the parking lot. By working with our skilled team of experts, you can ensure your mall parking lot is safe, functional, and visually appealing for shoppers and tenants.
This most recent job consisted of curbs, gutters, sidewalks, and a reclaimer milling 3 inches into existing asphalt to prepare for the repaving shown below. This nearly 26,000 square foot parking lot will have many sections of it repaved over the next several week. More specifically, these photos show the previously milled 3” surface with the asphalt paving in progress. Where the asphalt is being pressed against the 3” deep wall of concrete, a tack coat of CSS-1h asphalt emulsion, diluted with a 1 to 1 water ratio, is applied to promote adhesion between the two materials (If this job required a prime coat of CSS-1h, it would need to be diluted with a 25% emulsion to 75% water ratio). This cationic slow setting asphalt emulsion must be applied and paved over within 24 hours.
Northeast Mall is a large shopping center boasting over 2,000,000 square feet of shopping space and features 135 stores. The asphalt paving services we provided gives thousands of shoppers convenient access to the mall with over 20 acres of parking spaces.
Windsong Estates is a residential construction project located in Sanger, TX. On the outskirts of northwest Denton, this rural area was in need of asphalt paving for a neighborhood boasting 1 acre lots and luxurious homes. All State Paving worked with the general contractor to coordinate the perfect subgrade preparation and placement of the finished asphalt surface.
Hulen Mall is the premiere shopping center for residents in the Fort Worth area and required a skillful parking lot paving application for the extensive real estate property. The mall is located off Interstate 20 and consists of over 4,000 parking spaces to accomodate heavy traffic from shoppers.
Opening in 1977, the Hulen Mall has operated for over 40 years and was in need of the repaving services provided by All State Paving, Inc. There are a limited number of paving companies who can handle projects this size in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex and we regularly work on jobsites of this scale. The attention to detail and high quality materials used on this asphalt paving project provides a long-term parking lot solution for years to come.
The Parks at Arlington mall was built in 1988 by Homart Development Company and remains one of the top shopping centers in DFW thanks to regular maintenance that keeps the mall in pristine condition. One part of the upkeep for malls are areas with heavy car and foot traffic. To keep the parking lots in excellent working condition, All State Paving provided paving services for all the lots surrounding the mall.
The Parks Mall is located at Interstate 20 and Cooper St. in Arlington; an ideal location in the metroplex halfway between Dallas and Fort Worth. The stores within the mall have played a big part in its popularity with big name brands like J.C. Penney, Dillards, Sears, and Macys. All State Paving has provided an easy and appealing way to access and park at the mall.
Paving large mall parking lots require specialized skills found only with contractors who have decades of experience. So make sure your mall asphalt paving project is completed correctly by working with the most experienced of contractors such as All State Paving. We are fully capable of managing your job and scheduling from start to finish the entire paving process. Our asphalt is delivered at the right temperature and compressed for superior durability to give your pavement its maximum lifespan. For more information on the materials we use, visit TxDOT’s approved material list or call us today at 972-785-0070.
Firewheel Town Center is a large open air shopping mall in Garland, TX that was first conceptualized in 1984. Construction began in 2003 and opened in 2005 with nearly 1,000,000 square feet of retail space. Equally impressive are the large parking lots All State Paving provided that surround the mall.
The affordability of the Garland area created explosive growth in the 1950s to 1970s, with a steady 5% increase in population for the past several years. The Firewheel project was a much needed shopping area with a welcoming atmosphere thanks to its “new urbanism” design style. Visitors can walk along the well-maintained landscaping and enjoy the modern architecture, while the underlying design objective was to provide easy vehicle access to the shopping center. The curved parking lots and one-of-a-kind layout of the Firewheel mall created unique difficulties for All State Paving to plan and overcome. The job was executed flawlessly and this shopping center’s pavement will accomodate heavy car traffic for years to come.
15,000 tons of asphalt
The new Wilmer Schneider truck terminal parking sits on 50 acres that will host 304 expanded tractor stalls and 340 trailer parking stalls.
Over 500 drivers within Schneider’s service offerings will be managed from this operating center.