Phoenix, AZ (PressExposure) February 07, 2012 -- Arizona-based AE Interlock Paver Design has announced its company headquarters' relocation from the Mesa suburb to the Grand Canyon State's capital, Phoenix.
The new physical and postal address is:
#4010 Grand Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85019.
The move is in conjunction with the firm's business strategy revision and management change, which are all undertaken to bolster operations across Maricopa County.
With a bigger and more efficient storage facility, especially for its materials and equipment, AE Interlock Paver Design is bound to flesh out the generally optimistic outlook for the construction industry, for Year 2012.
Ryan A Armistead, AE Interlock Paver Design owner, said that relocating the company headquarters will more efficiently serve the metropolitan area and its neighboring communities. "Phoenix, which is home to almost 1.5 million people, has a growing demand for better interlocking concrete pavements. We find the move useful in catering to the population that seeks aesthetically pleasant yet durable and functional pavements."
The boost, Armistead explained, should work towards constructing sustainable walkways and thoroughfares around the residential, commercial, and industrial districts - even in public areas, such as parks. "What we would like to provide is the environmentally friendly type of work that will be beneficial to the south-central area of Arizona," he said. "We aspire to be compliant with the evolving set of standards in the industry. And with the exquisite designs, our work is sure to make the landscape more attractive."
The 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.
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 added 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, phx 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."
Armistead further explained that in Arizona, the sealer normally lasts less than the manufacture average estimate because of the heat - most notably in Phoenix that is billed, "Valley of the Sun".
He mentioned that the wet look sealer's effectiveness would run for about a year before reapplication. "The semi-wet look and natural look types last three to five years."
To demonstrate its competence in the construction niche, and its confidence in the work of its specialists and team managers, AE Interlock Paver Design offers Lifetime Warranty against inferior labor and materials.