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Finley Asphalt and Concrete (FAC) installed stone and paved three new indoor tennis courts at the Westwood Country Club in Vienna. This unique indoor paving project had many challenges—particularly related to access, additional equipment and manpower, and outside temperatures.
The only access to the indoor tennis courts was an opening ten feet wide by eight feet tall. As a result, no dump trucks could access the inside of the building to deliver the material. Small dump trucks, known as “dumpers,” were used to transport all of the material from outside the building to inside it to conduct the paving process. This required additional equipment and manpower to carry out this operation.
To make matters worse, the project was paved during 95+ degree temps. Lewis Finley—the President of Finley—came up with an idea to create a cooling tent so the Finley Team could take breaks to cool off. The cooling tent included a water mister along with coolers full of ice, water, and Gatorade.
Despite these project obstacles, the FAC team performed efficiently and upheld their same high standards for quality workmanship. Most importantly, the FAC team members were safe, with no workers suffering from heat exhaustion.
Turner Asphalt performed a milling and paving project for a private subdivision in Calabash, North Carolina. This subdivision enlisted the Turner team to repave their main road leading from the nearby highway. This involved paving through the guardhouse and into the clubhouse parking lot.
The one-week project required clear communication to help residents navigate the area with the main road under construction. The team takes careful consideration in all subdivision projects to ensure that residents have minimal disruptions and the finished product is of the highest quality.
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