Asphalt Contractor Serving Los Angeles, CA

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Complete Project Management  |   Quality Materials  |   Budget & Timeline Focused

If you own a business or manager commercial property in Los Angeles, the last thing you want to worry about is maintaining your paved areas. When you work with GPM, we allow you to be free to pursue what you really want to with your business.

Asphalt & Paving Services We Provide

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Asphalt Paving

Whether you need repair, or brand new pavement, GPM has you covered. Coupled with over 30 years of experience, we use the latest asphalt technologies.

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New Pavement Construction

We make any new paved surface project stress-free for you by taking care of all the details.

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Complete Site Development & Grading

We have the equipment, experienced crews, paperwork and code experts, and skills to perform every project of your commercial paving project and development, including pavement marking & striping.

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Asphalt Overlays & Sealcoating

Overlays are commonly recommended as part of a repair or maintenance project. We have extensive experience with overlays and sealcoating and will show you a range of options.

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Sectional Patching

Not all projects require complete reconstruction or an overlay. Sectional patching is often a reasonable solution to extend the life of your pavement

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Full Depth Reclamation (FDR)

FDR involves taking the section requiring repair and pulverizing both the asphalt and its granular underlayment to produce a uniform, “stabilized base course” (SBC). FDR gives you a permanent fix (definitely not a “band aid”). Because it recycles existing material, it is considered one of the “greenest” techniques.

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Mill & Fill

This consists of removing existing pavement with a milling machine to a depth of 1-2”, and then applying new asphalt mix.

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Asphalt Removal & Replacement

Eventually, asphalt reaches the end of its life cycle. At that point the only realistic solution is to remove the existing pavement and replace it with new asphalt.

Say goodbye to stressing about paved areas when you work with GPM. Our asphalt team has the expertise to understand your needs and recommend a practical repair or installation plan that fits your budget.

Why Choose General Pavement Management?

Fully Custom Project Quoting

Trained & Equipped Teams

Experience with a Variety of Paving Products

30+ Years Of Asphalt Experience

Best Paving Materials & Construction Methods

An Emphasis On Budget & Timelines

“GPM did fantastic work for our HOA! They did both cement work last fall and sealing of our parking area recently. For both jobs, the crew showed up on time and were very courteous and really paid attention to detail. We are a small complex and getting someone to even show up, much less do a good job, can be challenging. I am happy to recommend them!”

-Beth on behalf of Grover Manor HOA

“Our agency has been using this company for our parking lot repair and maintenance. I have been dealing with Matt for many years and not ONE problem. They are professional and they have an awesome team. No disruption whatsoever and they pretty much take care of everything from A to Z. Everything is easy and our parking lot looks awesome. BTW, the pricing is great too. I highly recommend them!”

-Cencal H.

Asphalt Paving FAQs

What is the process in getting a paving quote from GPM?

It’s easy. Simply contact us through our website form and tell us about your potential paving project. We’ll get in touch and arrange an onsite visit to accurately assess your project. Your quote will include the cost of the project and an accurate timeframe for completion.

What asphalt mixture do you recommend for the Southern CA climate?

We use a variety of asphalt mix designs to best address every project needs. Hot mix asphalt is ideal for the warm California climate. We will assess which mix works best for your project, and also what type of aggregate will provide the best finished result. Larger aggregates like gravel are needed if the asphalt will be used by heavy commercial vehicles. Smaller aggregate presents a smoother look and is perfect for normal, everyday use.

How do you decide if asphalt or concrete works better?

Usually the type of project dictates whether we use asphalt or concrete. Asphalt is easier to install and usually costs less than concrete. It’s ideal for roads, parking lots, industrial properties, and multi-family or HOA units. However, concrete provides a stronger finished project than asphalt, so is often the best choice for heavy loads. Concrete is also preferred for sidewalks, curbs, ramps, gutters, patios, walkways, and water channels. Concrete can be stamped, colored and custom finished which offers many options for a touch of beauty to the finished product.

Do you work at night to help minimize disruptions to my business?

We don’t typically work at night, but we take a proactive approach to minimize disruptions to your business. We schedule our projects to the day and hour, so you know exactly when your project will begin and end. We also notify anyone affected by the work, whether they are business owners, homeowners, or tenants. We also zone off the project area prior to beginning so stakeholders are not surprised the day work begins. We take pride in our customer service and ensuring that tenants and property owners have a positive experience and as little disruption as possible. GPM handles all types of phasing and traffic plans.

What other services do you offer in Los Angeles?

Besides complete asphalt and paving services, we serve commercial clients with:

What other California areas do you serve?

We serve the greater Southern and Central Coast of California. Please call us at 805-933-0909 or 805-688-9501 or contact us to see if we serve your area. We serve the following regions:

GPM – The Asphalt Paving Company You Can Trust In Los Angeles, CA

GPM knows that every project is unique. That’s why we work closely with your schedule and Los Angeles business to provide the best solution that stays within your budget.

Our teams always take the extra steps that results in great service. Starting on time, staying on schedule, and finishing on time are focal points for our team.

Whether it’s a new installation or an overlay, getting good results with asphalt requires the best materials, the right tools, thorough training, and considerable experience. You get all that and more with GPM. You get our careful attention to all the details, end-to-end.

That’s a big reason why General Pavement Management has enjoyed over 30 years of successful service to commercial properties, and businesses, and industrial facilities in the greater Los Angeles region.

We’d be happy to serve you, too!

Learn more…

Los Angeles, California, is a vibrant and diverse metropolis located in Southern California. Known for its iconic landmarks, cultural diversity, and entertainment industry, Los Angeles offers an unparalleled blend of urban excitement, natural beauty, and artistic inspiration. The city is a global hub for entertainment, fashion, technology, and innovation. Visitors to Los Angeles can explore its famous neighborhoods, enjoy world-class museums and galleries, and experience the allure of Hollywood. The official government website of Los Angeles provides comprehensive information and resources for residents and visitors alike.

Los Angeles is renowned for its diverse neighborhoods, each offering a unique atmosphere and attractions. Hollywood is a must-visit destination, known for the iconic Hollywood Walk of Fame, TCL Chinese Theatre, and the Hollywood Sign. Visitors can take guided tours to learn about the entertainment industry’s history and spot famous landmarks.

Nature enthusiasts will appreciate Los Angeles’ proximity to natural attractions. Griffith Park, one of the largest urban parks in the United States, offers hiking trails, the Griffith Observatory, and the iconic Hollywood Sign. Nearby beaches like Santa Monica, Venice Beach, and Malibu provide opportunities for relaxation, water sports, and people-watching.

In addition to its local attractions, Los Angeles hosts numerous world-famous cultural and entertainment venues. Here are some top-rated attractions and landmarks in the city according to TripAdvisor:

  1. Universal Studios Hollywood – An iconic film studio and theme park offering attractions, shows, and movie-themed experiences. Website:
  2. The Getty Center – A renowned cultural institution with an impressive art collection and stunning architecture. Website:
  3. Griffith Observatory – An observatory with interactive exhibits and telescopes, offering breathtaking views of the city and stars. Website:
  4. Santa Monica Pier – A historic landmark featuring an amusement park, iconic Ferris wheel, and beautiful ocean views. Website:
  5. The Hollywood Bowl – A legendary outdoor amphitheater known for its concerts and live performances. Website:
  6. Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) – The largest art museum in the western United States, featuring diverse art collections. Website:
  7. Griffith Park – A sprawling urban park with hiking trails, the Griffith Observatory, and stunning city views. Website:
  8. Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens – A family-friendly zoo with a diverse collection of animals and lush botanical gardens. Website:
  9. The Broad – A contemporary art museum showcasing an impressive collection of modern artworks. Website:
  10. Venice Beach Boardwalk – A vibrant and eclectic boardwalk featuring street performers, shops, and a lively atmosphere. Website:

For more information about Los Angeles, its attractions, and community resources, please visit the official government website of Los Angeles:

Los Angeles areas we serve…

We provide our paving and asphalt services to all zip codes of Los Angeles, including:

  • Downtown Los Angeles: 90012, 90013, 90014, 90015, 90017
  • Hollywood: 90027, 90028, 90038, 90046
  • West Hollywood: 90046, 90048
  • Beverly Hills: 90210, 90211, 90212
  • Santa Monica: 90401, 90402, 90403, 90404, 90405
  • Westwood: 90024
  • Culver City: 90230, 90232
  • Venice: 90291
  • Silver Lake / Echo Park: 90026
  • Koreatown: 90005, 90006
  • West Los Angeles: 90025
  • San Fernando Valley (various neighborhoods): 913xx, 914xx, 915xx
  • Downtown Long Beach (adjacent to LA): 90802, 90803

We service all LA neighborhoods as well, including:

  • Downtown Los Angeles (DTLA): The central business district with cultural attractions, historic architecture, and entertainment options.
  • Hollywood: Known for the entertainment industry, the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and the iconic Hollywood Sign.
  • Beverly Hills: A luxurious area famous for upscale shopping, celebrity homes, and Rodeo Drive.
  • Santa Monica: A beachside city with a famous pier, shopping districts, and oceanfront attractions.
  • West Hollywood: A trendy area with a vibrant nightlife, LGBTQ+ community, and entertainment venues.
  • Venice: Known for its bohemian atmosphere, Venice Beach, and the Venice Canals.
  • Silver Lake: A hipster neighborhood with a creative scene, indie boutiques, and scenic reservoirs.
  • Koreatown: A culturally rich area with a diverse dining scene, Korean influence, and historic architecture.
  • Echo Park: A diverse neighborhood known for its artistic community, Echo Park Lake, and local shops.
  • Los Feliz: Home to Griffith Observatory, this neighborhood offers cultural attractions and a mix of historic and modern architecture.
  • Downtown Long Beach: While technically a separate city, it’s often considered part of the Greater Los Angeles area, known for its waterfront attractions and urban development.
  • Pasadena: Known for the Rose Bowl, Pasadena is a charming city with historic architecture and cultural institutions.
  • Sherman Oaks: Part of the San Fernando Valley, this neighborhood is known for its suburban feel, shopping, and dining options.
  • Culver City: Home to Sony Pictures Studios and a growing arts scene, this area offers a mix of entertainment and creativity.
  • Westwood: Home to the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Westwood has a college-town atmosphere and cultural attractions.
  • Downtown Culver City: An emerging hub of restaurants, galleries, and entertainment in the Westside.
  • Boyle Heights: A historic neighborhood with a strong Latino heritage and cultural sites.
  • Little Tokyo: A cultural enclave with Japanese influence, offering shops, restaurants, and museums.
  • Chinatown: A neighborhood with Chinese cultural elements, historic architecture, and dining options.
  • Highland Park: An up-and-coming neighborhood with a diverse community, trendy shops, and a lively arts scene.
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