Phoenix, AZ (PressExposure) February 09, 2012 -- AE Interlock Paver Design recently underwent reorganization, with the appointment of new top-level executives to manage and bolster operations across Arizona's Maricopa County.
The concrete pavement installation company's management revamp is in line with the expansion that coincides with the optimistic outlook for the construction industry in general, for Year 2012.
Ryan A Armistead, AE Interlock Paver Design owner, stated that the boost is part of a revised and invigorated business strategy that should work towards constructing sustainable interlocking concrete pavements. "Apart from traditionally combining form and function in our projects, the new and more experienced management team will ensure full compliance with the evolving set of industry standards," he said. "Among the focal points is the construction of environmentally friendly interlocking pavements here in the south-central area of Arizona."
The licensed, bonded, and insured company, which is among the 1,100-plus members of the elite Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute (ICPI), prides itself in the ICPI certification that ensures adherence to the interlocking concrete paving industry's best practices. It also prides itself in the thorough knowledge of pavement construction guidelines.
The ICPI is a trade association that represents interlocking concrete pavement specialists across North America. It is well-regarded by counterpart organizations around the world for being at the forefront of developing and disseminating technical information and related data to design professionals and contractors specializing in the niche.
Armistead said that being an ICPI-certified firm, AE Interlock Paver Design can assure clients that its projects will be undertaken with utmost care and superior-quality service. "If installation is done properly, pavers will not need any repair maintenance, which could be costly. The follow-on procedure that should be done is the periodic reapplication of sealer, depending on the sealer type." He further explained that in Arizona, the sealer normally lasts less than the manufacture average estimate because of the heat and the sun. "The wet look sealer averages a year, while the semi-wet look and natural look types last three to five years."
AE Interlock Paver Design, which is based in the Grand Canyon State capital of Phoenix, services the city's residential, commercial, and industrial areas. In the bid for expansion, the company has moved to a new location to install effective and aesthetically pleasing concrete pavements in neighbouring localities, especially in Maricopa County. The new address now accommodates a more spacious storage facility for its construction materials.
Armistead highlighted his company's unique offerings in installing the pavers, which include combining bedding sand, edge restraint, and joint sand - thus the "interlocking" that makes the product unified yet flexible. Also part of AE Interlock Paver Design's affordable value-added offerings is the Lifetime Warranty on installation and related services, and affordable payment structures.
Inquiries on AE Interlock Paver Design's free on-phone consulting and on-site inspection may be made through its Website: www.ipaverdesign.com.