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Two School Boards Vote for Concrete Parking Lots

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A call in April from a facilities director at a school in California who learned about NRMCA’s Design Assistance Program (DAP) from a Web search resulted in the replacement of an existing 15-year-old asphalt parking lot with concrete, reports NRMCA Senior National Resource Director Jon Hansen. Another project, this one in Minnesota, will be rebid later this month as a concrete overlay of asphalt, removing the asphalt overlay option that had previously been specified.

"These two recent project conversions of public school parking lots are proof once again that school boards want a choice, and options, when considering improvements to their facilities," Hansen said. "Both of these projects, with more details on locations and local partner participation, will be available later this summer when the jobs are complete, but we want to get that word out that results are positive when efforts are made. This is the time of year schools are planning summer work to be completed before students return in the fall."

For more information, contact Jon Hansen at


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