Plan Better To Build Better
Enhance your parking lots with a paving maintenance plan (PMP)
Are you struggling to find a structured approach that can be molded and modified to your individual properties? A Pavement Maintenance Plan (PMP) identifies and creates a structured annual or semi-annual inspection while maintaining your pavement projects’ execution.
PMPs Help Simplify Your Projects From Start to Finish
PMPs preserve the reliability of any project. To protect your paving assets, you need to consider and identify your end-goals while simplifying your investments: time and money. If your investment is a warehouse with 200 trucks coming and going every day, this will require a more intensive program than a smaller business that experiences less traffic.PMPs focus on providing you with a consistent track-record that‘s paired with on-target project goals to help you obtain the greatest Return on Investment (ROI).
Specialized Solutions From the Ground-Up
The key to your PMP is to take a specialized approach to identify and repair small issues before becoming more significant problems. Since each property requires varying degrees of inspections, PMPs help target heavy traffic areas, like parking lots, walkways, and driveways, so that your business and Brand continue to uphold its aesthetic appeal and the required safety measures, which help mitigate liability claims.
The Importance of Cost-Effective Planning
A well-executed PMP should focus on consistent and predictable lower cost maintenance because chasing emergencies is significantly more costly than avoiding them. Implementing a proper PMP can save you an estimated Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) net difference between $85,000 to more than $325,000 over a 30-year life span (depending on each property’s size). Most asphalt surface conditions drop to about 40% in the first 75% of its life cycle. Thus, if you maintain your new paving projects in small, inexpensive increments, you can extend its life significantly and cost–effectively. A PMP is quite simple, know the scope of the project, assess the budget, and, most importantly, get on the path of practicing consistency.