Developing a highly interactive Web site, attending trade shows and courting home owner’s associations have resulted in new business for this full-service paving contractor.
The company has served commercial, residential, and municipal customers by repaving condominium parking lots through the Garden State.
Eosso brothers paving can repave condominium parking lot with minimal disruption to homeowners and tenants. The company sends daily notices to inform tenants of its progress and provides them with a password to monitor the paving schedule on the Web site.
On a condominium parking lot project, Society Hill @ Somerset, Eosso Brothers demonstrated how easily it can complete a milling and paving project in only 24 days. On this job the company was able to lay down 3,800 tons of asphalt in six days averaging 650 tons per day.
Eosso Brothers starts every job by developing a pavement management plan and custom mapping system. These are useful tools used daily for tracking cost and production.
Milling was accomplished with Wirtgen 1200 milling machine in the first eight days of the schedule and was set at a 2-inc. cut and a 48-in width. The company’s paving workhorse is a 2006 Ingersoll Rand 3120 paver. It was laying down 650 tons of asphalt per day totaling 3,800 tons of asphalt covering the 320,000-sq-ft. parking lot. Asphalt came 6 mi. away from Trap Rock’s Kingston plant and was carried to the job site using six trucks.
Tom Eosso, vice president and part owner of the company, also believes in relationship building with suppliers.
“We recently purchased our new Ingersoll Rand 3120 paver from Asphalt Care Equipment and Supplies, a company that understands our business,” said Eosso.
“The owner, sales manager, and employees have been in the field on paving projects and understand problems unique to our industry,” said Eosso. “When it comes to equipment purchases, their expertise helps in the decision-making process.”
Eosso ran the project with 16 cross trained employees who can operate equipment or do the line striping using a Graco line striper. When the line stripping is complete and the final cleanup is done, it’s time for a final inspection.
Eosso usually makes the inspection himself after the first rain and outlines areas where he sees puddles. The company then returns with is truck mounted infrared machine to repair troubled areas quickly.
“We like to maintain our new equipment and keep our employees happy,” added Eosso. “Our trucks are equipped with satellite radios and all our employees are given benefits.”
“Because we are a family owned business, we understand the importance of keeping long-term employees,” said Eosso.