Asphalt Paving Contractor Company in Kentucky
 
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Processes & Productivity

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Track skidsteers

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Purchase of a Leeboy 8816 Paver

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Google sheets for the office and estimator

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Work trailers/surplus parts on hand

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More reliable equipment.

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We purchased a Hamm HD 12 and an HD 14 which has allowed us to take on bigger parking lots and road patches

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We have all the necessary pieces of equipment to pave anything.

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Investing in our employees always proves positive in increasing productivity.

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I personally feel Instagram was one of the greatest things we got involved with it is a beautiful way to connect with other paving contractors and business owners to work and thrive together.

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Leeboy 8550

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New milling machine, frequently updating equipment

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Tons.

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Various Skid steer attachments

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Adding new equipment, in general, has been a huge blessing the last couple of years. Keeping maintenance up has been a focus in order to limit downtime. Our new Leeboy paver with the heavy screed and tracked skid steer have elevated both the quality of work that we do and our efficiency. We also use our sweeper/broom regularly.

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Video w/ Tom Eosso of Eosso Brothers Paving discussing this question from the report coming May 25, 2021

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Creation of detailed Job Descriptions that we can base our training on and that outline our expectations and company values, and responsibilities. Create relationships with your like-minded competitors and work together.....

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Bidding software

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Meditation, discipline routine.

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We recently started using a CRM program that has helped us stay a bit more organized and keeps all our info in one place

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I’ve put a lot of effort into our employees to take pride and ownership of the work they do. It gives them something to look forward to and a sense of self-worth. I don’t want them to be employees. I want them to buy into what we are doing here. I know have a tight-knit crew who would do anything for each other at the drop of a hat.

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Fleet tracking and Timesheet accountability (employee responsibility)

Reaching out to older customers to check up on projects and offer any maintenance if needed.

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Salesforce

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Hiring more estimators and given them less supervision

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iPad‘s

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Communication about where we’re going and what we’re doing. Everyone likes to know what the day’s objective is and we are more productive when we get on site. It’s elementary I know, but a crucial piece.

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