Complete Project Management | Quality Materials | Budget & Timeline Focused
As a business owner or property manager, 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
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.
New Pavement Construction
We make any new paved surface project stress-free for you by taking care of all the details.
Complete Site Development
We have the equipment, experienced crews, paperwork and code experts, and skills to perform every project of your commercial paving project and development.
Overlays are commonly recommended as part of a repair or maintenance project. We have extensive experience with overlays and will show you a range of options.
Not all projects require complete reconstruction or an overlay. Sectional patching is often a reasonable solution to extend the life of your pavement
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.
Mill & Fill
This consists of removing existing pavement with a milling machine to a depth of 1-2”, and then applying new asphalt mix.
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.
GPM is our go-to pavement company! Parking lots are so important in making a good first impression for our Tenants, Investors and Visitors. GPM takes the guesswork out of the process by scheduling, reminding, sending pre-written Tenant notification letters and coning the parking lot off prior to the start of the project. We have ZERO Tenant complaints and a lot of Thank Yous. They oversee all of the work onsite so you can spend your valuable time running your properties. Their rates are competitive and they stand behind their work. I highly recommend GPM.
Asphalt Paving FAQs
What is the process of getting a paving quote with 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 California 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.
What is the average cost of a new paving job?
Of course, there are a lot of variables to factor in when estimating cost for paving, including the material (asphalt or concrete), the area and its use (residential, commercial, industrial), and how much work is needed to either lay a new base or repair an existing one. Please contact us and we will provide you with a free estimate for your specific project.
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.
How soon does new asphalt typically need regular maintenance?
New asphalt takes between six months and a year to fully cure. It shouldn’t need maintenance before then, but if you happen to notice any cracks or damage, notify your asphalt provider immediately. Your asphalt should be sealed after it cures. After that, we recommend sealing your asphalt every three to five years. You should also inspect your pavement at least once a year for cracks, potholes, and other damage.
My asphalt is starting to crack. Do I need to replace all of it?
No, but cracking is serious because it can quickly spread and cause more damage. If you see cracks, call us immediately. We will crack seal the asphalt if damage is minimal, or we may patch the asphalt if it is more extensive. The sooner cracks are fixed, the less damage they cause and the less it will cost to repair the asphalt.
GPM has served Central and Southern California for over 30 years. We are happy to take care of your next paving project. Contact us today for a free estimate.
What other services do you offer in Thousand Oaks?
What other California areas do you serve?
GPM – The Asphalt Paving Company You Can Trust In Thousand Oaks, CA
GPM knows that every project is unique. That’s why we work closely with you and your business in the Thousand Oaks area to come up with 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 Thousand Oaks and the greater Los Angeles region.
We’d be happy to serve you, too!
Do you have an area that needs to be paved or the asphalt needs to be repaired? Perhaps a private road, parking lot, or driveway? The team at General Pavement Management would love to help!
Here at GPM, we understand that paving can be a significant investment, so we work with you to create a plan that meets your needs practically and is within your budget. Using the latest developments in asphalt technology (e.g., using recycled materials) we offer excellent quality at competitive prices.
Give us a call today. We’d love to serve you!
If you are a resident of Thousand Oaks, CA, you are probably aware of the many attractions the city and surrounding areas have to offer! For example,
- Ronald Reagan Presidential Library
- Point Mugu State Park
- Paradise Falls
- Underwood Family Farms
- Gardens of the World
- Conejo Valley
- Sandstone Park
- Wildwood Regional Park
- Conejo Bontanical Garden
- And so much more!
The first people to live in the area that is now Thousand Oaks were the Chumash Native Americans. Their history is honored in the Chumash Indian Museum located on the site of a former village. In the early 1800s, Thousand Oaks was a part of Spanish North America, and at one point became a Mexican territory. Around the turn of the 20 century, the city has a significant community of Norwegian settlers. In 1964, Thousand Oaks was incorporated as a city. Spreading over 55 square miles, the city is now home to about 126,966 people (based on the 2020 census).
The Thousand Oaks city website proudly describes the city as follows:
“The City of Thousand Oaks offers something for everyone. From our quality infrastructure, abundance of shops and stores offering a wide range of goods and services, skilled workforce, highly rated schools, array of community amenities and programming, to our incredible scenic natural environment and close proximity to a wide variety of hiking trails; the allure of thousand Oaks is undeniable.”
General Pavement Management is proud to serve all of the Thousand Oak zip codes and neighborhoods including, 91320, 91360, 19361, 91362, 93012, and 93021; Newbury Park, Westlake Village, Camarillo, and Moorpark.