Roadways, parking lots, and more
Asphalt construction such as roads, parking lots, shoulders/aprons, driveways and more are vulnerable to wear and tear along with climate effects. Due to this such construction is in need of constant repair and reconstruction. Improper design and construction can expedite the short life cycle of asphalt construction.
Similarly concrete features such as sidewalks, ramps, curbs, and aprons face a similar short life cycle. Lakeside Engineering can assist in providing design for asphalt and concrete construction that is practical and focuses on the maintenance and life cycle of the proposed project.
Common Asphalt & Concrete Projects
There are a multitude of asphalt and site concrete engineering applications for residential, commercial, institutional and municipal projects. These engineered projects include:
- Parking Lot Construction & Repairs
- Road Construction & Repairs
- Shoulder & Apron Construction & Repairs
- Parking & Road Extensions
- Sidewalk Construction, Repairs, ADA Compliance
- Concrete Dock Pads
- Drive Way Construction & Repair
What Makes A Good Road Design?
Proper asphalt construction design should incorporate conditions for proper performance, drainage, subgrade preparation considerations, subbase thickness, asphalt thickness, and lasting life cycle while meeting all regulatory requirements.
Lakeside Engineering's extensive experience will assist in providing such considerations for road reconstruction, shoulder and apron design, and parking lot construction or improvements.
Get started with a Project Inquiry today, or fill out our Project Survey→ to tell us about your project
Based on your project type, we will provide you with a custom proposal that outlines the scope of services required to bring your project from start to finish
We will visit the project site to analyze site conditions, record accurate dimensions, and collect the necessary photography to ensure your project goes smoothly throughout the process
We'll then begin the project design, including drafting and performing the structural calculations required to complete your project
You'll get the final say on your project with a clear opportunity for changes, revisions, or requests before project completion
Once you are satisfied, our Licensed Professional Engineer will stamp and certify your project