Most people tend to overlook the areas of the road they don’t regularly use. While the front of shops displays large, vivid signs to draw in consumers, the back section—typically concealed and less aesthetically pleasing—is often used by delivery vehicles or individuals seeking shortcuts.
Our latest project, the AutoZone Alleyway, focuses on such space – a 600-foot road tucked behind the well-known AutoZone and Guitar Center in Fresno, California.
Our team worked to strip away the old, worn-out surface and remove large amount of dirt. Our goal was not only to remove what was there but also to establish a solid foundation and level the ground properly. This was critical to ensure that the asphalt would be long-lasting and provide a smooth finish and proper drainage. Our team utilized various tractors and machinery to scrape the ground back and forth, correctly grading the entire area.
It took meticulous planning over the course of two months and the hard work of both our estimators and crew members to complete this project. Each step was carefully executed with attention to detail, ensuring underground pipelines were not interfered with and the outlined concrete areas were broken down and prepped for asphalt. It was a collaborative effort that required the dedication of everyone involved.
The AutoZone Alleyway project shows that even the most neglected spaces can be transformed into beautiful and improved areas. Check out our social media @Andersonstriping to witness the journey of the alleyway’s renovation, and follow us to stay up-to-date on our upcoming projects.