Asphalt Paving Blog

Water your Landscape Naturally with a Porous Asphalt Parking Lot

Posted by J. Mrugacz on May 25, 2016

Despite the large amounts of year-round precipitation we receive in Milwaukee, Waukesha and Madison, water is still a valuable resource to be conserved and carefully managed. One way to help our environment is to consider porous asphalt for your next parking lot or driveway project, either at home or at work.

How Porous Asphalt Pavement Helped Expand a Business

Posted by Greg Elwell on May 12, 2016

Over the years, Wolf Paving has completed thousands of paving jobs for residential paving, commercial paving and municipal paving clients. Here, we highlight one job that used porous asphalt paving to help one business in more than one way. Take a look.

Wisconsin's Top Rated Hunt Club Chooses Wolf Paving - CASE STUDY

Posted by Jeff Coon on Jan 13, 2012

Milford Hills Hunt Club is the leading hunt club in Wisconsin with a proud 5-star rating. Located in Johnson Creek, Wisconsin, they have been serving Milwaukee, Madison, and surrounding areas for 17 years with over 400 acres of land. More than just a hunt club, they host many corporate and special events, as wells as weddings and celebrations. The club also has a full restaurant and bar open to the public.

Why Parking Lot Striping is Part Science, Art

Posted by Greg Elwell on Sep 22, 2011

Parking lot striping appears to be deceptively simple. Many paving clients see their freshly painted lots with neat, perfectly straight lines demarcating parking spots and think there was nothing to it. In reality, creating parking spots is an intricate process that requires careful planning and precise execution.

The process begins by taking the practical factors into account. At this stage, the paving company will consider:

Parking Lot Maintenance For Porous Asphalt Pavement

Posted by J. Mrugacz on May 27, 2011

The main goal of maintaining porous asphalt pavement, which is commonly used in parking lots, is to prevent the surface of the pavement and the underlying infiltration bed from being clogged with fine sediments. With proper routine maintenance, the porous asphalt can last effectively for 20+ years.

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