Let’s Pave knows how to direct people.
We have decades of industry experience coupled with a passionate and proactive work ethic. Our team has the insight, knowledge, and resources to help you understand your parking lot inventory, buy materials and services better, and execute jobs more effectively.
Every phase of each project is managed through one point-of-contact responsible for coordinating all aspects and communicating with you. This includes initial planning, procurement, project management, quality assurance, and beyond.
We’re proud of the infrastructure we’ve built and its results — better value and a superior end-product.
National Parking Lot Maintenance
Let’s Pave offers parking lot maintenance services nationwide with our network of local, pre-qualified partners. Our partners have regional expertise and specialize in the services needed.
Our partners are managed by senior project managers, Matt Barnes in the West, and Roger Lopez in the East. Click on the map for more information on each region.
Lead project manager
Matt is responsible for the total lifecycle of projects in the Western USA. He and his team currently maintain relationships with over 75 value partners west of the Mississippi River.
Spanning 17 states, the West region has a diverse land quality and climate. Matt oversees projects located in the Rocky Mountains all the way down to the Southwest desert as well as the rainy Northwest. While the mountains and Pacific Northwest have the shortest seasons, work is completed year-round in Texas, Southern California, and the Southwest.
Fun Fact: California, Texas, Colorado, and Oregon consistently top the list of states in which the most work is executed in the West Region.
Lead project manager
Roger has been managing projects for over six years at Let’s Pave. He and his sourcing team currently maintain relationships with over 50 value partners east of the Mississippi River.
Roger is highly skilled at connecting the right contractor with the right job in the right market. With his guidance and oversight, work is completed in 30+ states from the rural areas of Kentucky, Tennessee, and Mississippi to urban cities including New York.
Fun Fact: Indiana, Georgia, and Florida consistently top the list of states in which the most work is executed in the East Region.