Whatever your project is, Tucker Paving is here to get you going
You might not realize it, but Tucker Paving does a lot of commercial projects, including small ones. Our paving expertise is the basis of many commercial endeavors! We are ready to help get your next project underway. Continue reading Small Commercial Projects Are a Big Part of What We Do
Asphalt pavement is all around us as it is a versatile paving material that is suited to a wide array of applications. At Tucker Paving, Inc., we know that, from roads to airport runways and racetracks to parking lots, asphalt pavement can be formulated for any load and customized to fulfill a variety of needs. There are six different types of asphalt pavement, each with its own benefits. Continue reading Not All Asphalt Pavements the Same
Concrete and asphalt aggregate have a variety of uses in the construction industry, many of which you are likely very familiar with.
At Tucker Paving, Inc., concrete and asphalt aggregates are our bread and butter. We utilize both concrete and asphalt aggregate for a variety of uses and projects, and we also recycle clean concrete and asphalt as part of the renewable life cycle of these materials.
See all the uses for concrete and asphalt aggregates, and familiarize yourself with these versatile construction materials. Continue reading Uses and Benefits of Concrete and Asphalt Aggregate
Construction is one of the country’s largest industries, with 240,000 industry professionals needed every year to meet the nation’s demands, according to data provided by the Central Florida Chapter of the Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. (ABC). It’s a career that is in high demand, especially here in Florida. Continue reading Construction Careers Offer Competitive Salary, Job Security
What’s the first thing people notice about your home? In many cases, it’s your driveway. A clean, nice-looking driveway adds curb appeal and helps make your home look neat and tidy. Nobody knows this better than Tucker Paving. Continue reading Asphalt Driveways Add Curb Appeal
Drivers should follow these tips when driving through construction and work zones to ensure everyone stays safe.
Nobody particularly likes driving through work zones, but taking care while sharing the road requires that drivers follow traffic and work zone rules so workers and drivers get home safely at the end of the day. At Tucker Paving, we are committed to on-the-job safety, and that includes situations when a job site includes road work. Continue reading Safety Tips for Driving Through Work Zones
Benjamin Franklin once said, “If you fail to plan, then you are planning to fail.” It’s a sentiment that is definitely true in construction. Continue reading What Goes Into Pre-construction Planning?
Stormwater and sanitary systems are a vital component of any municipality, and repairs to these systems are critical.
Every city, town, and municipality has to deal with stormwater and sewage, and stormwater and sanitary systems are the most commonly used options for dealing with waste waters. At Tucker Paving, we offer maintenance and repair of the majority of sewer systems. Continue reading Repairs to Stormwater and Sanitary Systems Critical
They are often a good solution for an ailing roadway, but not always.
All roadways, parking lots, and other paved surfaces have a certain lifespan. After that time, they require maintenance in order to look and function properly. Asphalt overlays are one useful option for maintaining paved surfaces like roads and parking lots, and we use them quite often at Tucker Paving, but they are not always the best solution. Explore the ins and outs of asphalt overlays to help you to judge if one is the best option for the maintenance of your paved surfaces or not. Continue reading Asphalt Overlays Useful for Maintaining Paved Surfaces
Many engineering issues should be considered before you tackle a retaining wall.
Retaining walls seem like a simple concept in theory, but there are some engineering issues that need to be addressed with most retaining walls. Continue reading Not All Retaining Walls Are the Same