Asphalt Paving Contractor Company in Kentucky
 
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Improvements & Opportunity

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Finding Qualified Employees at all levels (Equipment Operators, Supervision, and Office Staff)

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good people and better efficiency

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Hotbox vs reclaimer vs dump trailer

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Tracking cost and performance

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Employees

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Scheduling and organization

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Growing pains! How far to take it and still maintain quality and control.

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Leadership.

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We just need more daylight.

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Good masonry help

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Better, more trustworthy, sales and middle management

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Positive attitude

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Office organization!!!!!

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I’d like to focus on growing our people, both in number and helping the people we have to grow in the business and personally.

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Provide more concrete services

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Delegating responsibility.

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Efficiency and better profit margins

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Mastic

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Automation through technology (etc automatics for paver, sealcoat spray applications, etc.)

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Collaboration!

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We found full depth milling or reclamation depending on the parking lot to be much more effective

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Infrared unit

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Expanding marketing, markets.

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More commercial sealcoat

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Hiring a third paving crew

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More data collection and better job tracking

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Fully functioning office...

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Other companies flow/process from Call Received to Job Completed

Video w/ Brian Hess of The Pavement Group discussing this question from the report.

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Comments, thoughts, and tactics are ALWAYS welcome! Let us know in the YouTube comments

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Stop undercutting prices

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Educate people (customers/vendors/public) on asphalt paving.  Maintain high company standards when it comes to image (Cleanliness / Social Media Posts / Job Site Language / etc.....)

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Educating and working with people to become more interested in looking at our profession as a potential career.

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Shiny chrome like American Pavement

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Professional relationship with customer/owners. Provide reliable/honest work

Providing great customer service backed by value.

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It comes from within, constant strive for greatness and not settling for anything less. Self-accountability

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Cleanliness!

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Self-pride.

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We are not contractors; we are paving/sealing professionals.

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Continue to share good, bad, and new experiences. Education.

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As a team, we feel there is a lot of fly-by-nights in the industry/sketchy individuals with only themselves on their agenda, not the customer. So we try and provide a very professional approach; that is not only educating the customer but show them why things cost what they do and what a proper job should be and entail. This in hope will save the customer a headache or teach them why a low bidder can be dangerous especially in a material sensitive field. Even if they do not choose to work with us, or anyone selling a project hopefully the customer can be educated enough to make a proper choice on a contractor.

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Treat every customer and home like it’s your own

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Raise prices!

Promote the industry to younger people, work hard to educate the public about our work, and work to educate the public about what makes a good reputable contractor

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We are... one step at a time.

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Doing the job the right way every time.

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