In an earlier post I talked about the construction going on at RSP. As part of the fabric of the community and as part of the desire to serve our customers and drive the economy, our construction efforts continue.
We are enhancing our parking lot and the entry ways to our facilities and the progress is visible.
Its a full time effort to manage that part of the infrastructure on its own. The mountain of dirt in the front is much smaller and the curbs are now in, as are the sidewalks and the base and wiring for the LED lamp posts. So far we have added over 3500 metric tonnes of gravel (about 120 dump trucks) to the parking areas in preparation for the first coat of asphalt.
We are working on more than just curbs, but also curb appeal. We are updating the entryway to a custom glassed in enclosure to enhance the look of the building as well as the customer experience. The time and effort we put onto our facilities is a reflection of the same attention and detail we put into servicing your vehicle.
New Curbs and Sidewalks
Entryway and sidewalk, with a view of customer parking (including accessible parking)
New entry way. The existing doors in the background will go and the new entry will have a custom built glass enclosure.