Phoenix, AZ (PressExposure) February 07, 2012 -- With Arizona-based AE Interlock Paver Design already settled in the Grand Canyon State's capital, Phoenix, all of Maricopa County's communities may now be served more efficiently.
The move to the city is part of the revised corporate blueprint to create a more strategic "take-off" point for the company, which is eyeing to reach even to the outlying parts of Maricopa County.
Ryan A Armistead, AE Interlock Paver Design owner, announced: "Under a new management, and with an invigorated plan to construct great-looking yet durable pavements, our company is now poised to cater to fourteen cities, eleven towns, and other neighborhoods of Maricopa."
Armistead added that the company now has a bigger and more efficient storage facility for its materials, equipment, and other logistics. "What's more is that being at the center, there will be no disruption in the supply chain. The deliveries will no longer take up much time."
Maricopa County has an estimated population of 3.8 million, a land area of more than nine thousand square miles, and brighter prospects for the construction business that includes concrete pavement works. The Phoenix metropolitan area itself is home to almost 1.5 million people, has a growing demand for better interlocking concrete pavements.
In addition to widening the geographic scope of business, Armistead said that the company has incorporated in its plan the construction of sustainable walkways and thoroughfares around the residential, commercial, and industrial districts - even in public areas, such as parks.
What we would like to provide are environmentally friendly outputs 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 respected by peer associations across the globe for being a leader in the development and dissemination of technical information to design professionals and contractors engaged in the niche.
Armistead explained that being an ICPI-certified firm, AE Interlock Paver Design - which constructs elegantly designed driveways, patios, and pavements - can assure clients that its projects will be undertaken with utmost care and superior-quality service.
"As part of our continuing commitment to client satisfaction, our Lifetime Warranty against inferior labor and materials shall remain enforced."
Information on the licensed, bonded, and insured AE Interlock Paver Design's services - including free on-phone and on-site consultations - is available at the company's Website: http://www.ipaverdesign.com.
AE Interlock Paver Design
4010 Grand Ave #8
Phoenix AZ 85019