The holiday season hustle and bustle didn’t deter the crews in our Syracuse division as we paved some critical areas at Destiny USA, the sixth largest mall in America. Ruston Paving was called upon by Riverside Site and Landscape Co to complete the work and you can imagine that traffic control was of the utmost importance. We are very proud to say that the work was completed with nary an incident!
Hats off to all our employees who worked so tirelessly to keep themselves and the public safe during this project.
As a way to say thank you to our employees and begin the home stretch of 2016, our Ruston Paving offices have started hosting year end events. Ruston Paving’s Durham division took the lead and hosted a surprise employee appreciation cookout in conjunction with the annual turkey distribution last Tuesday evening. The looks on the faces of the field crews as they came in for the evening to a hot meal and hearty ‘thank you for all you do’ was priceless! Thanks to everyone who helped make the event a great success!
20 years ago, one of our Syracuse paving crews resurfaced this entrance to Carrier Corporation’s East Syracuse facility. After many utility cuts over the years, Carrier finally decided it was time to mill out the old asphalt and repave it. Once again, we were happy to do the work.
Ruston Paving is proud of the work we’ve been able to do for Carrier year in and year out over the past 20 plus years. This would not be possible if not for the quality work performed by our crews – a tip of the cap to you all!
Ruston Paving and Field Turf have worked together on several projects over the past couple years. So when Field Turf ran into an extremely wet site while working on the athletic field reconstruction at Sparrows Point High School, they immediately contacted us and asked if we could dry it out with our soil stabilization process.
The school is located about 2 hours from our Manassas office in Baltimore County. We were willing to travel a farther distance than normal because of the relationship we have built with Field Turf.
Ruston Paving was contracted by Gumenick Properties to repave Malvern Manor, one of their beautiful properties just outside of The Fan District. This is our first project with Gumenick, and we look forward to working with them again soon. The property manager was VERY impressed with all of our crews along with their attention to safety and efforts to keep pedestrian sidewalks cleaned throughout the entire day. All the small things make a big difference. Hats off to the crews and truck drivers – your hard work is noticed!
Ruston Paving was contracted yet again by HHH Properties to perform repairs to the alleys at the Plaza at Landmark in Alexandria. We have been doing work at the shopping center for approximately five years, and this project included a full makeover of the rear of the center. Thanks to our crew members, we were able to safely and efficiently maximize production while still allowing deliveries to be made to the center. This was no easy feat since the plaza is loaded with over 25 businesses!
We value our relationship with HHH Properties and appreciate their loyalty with Ruston Paving. We also value our crews who allow us to work so well with busy customers such as this. Beautiful work!
Ruston Paving crews from our Richmond division recently completed a project for Hercules Contracting, a valued repeat customer. This project is an addition to the Spring Arbor retirement community containing a new memory loss facility to aid with the specific needs of its tenants.
The facility is set to open in fall 2016. So, our crews had a strict schedule to adhere to and were highly successful in completing the project on time. Great work all around!
In 2011, flooding from Tropical Storm Lee caused significant damage to the Owego-Apalachin School District. Consequently, FEMA announced the approval of $23 million in funding to relocate its schools to a less flood-prone area and construct the administrative, maintenance, and storage buildings that were badly damaged. One of the final steps was to reconstruct the roadway through the school’s campus, which was originally budgeted to cost $800,000. By utilizing the Full Depth Reclamation (FDR) process, Ruston Paving’s Syracuse division was awarded the job and saved the district $300,000.
We were able to coordinate and present an on-site FDR seminar with the reclamation work, which was attended by school officials, local companies and municipalities. WICZ, the local FOX affiliate, even came out to do a TV news story about the project.