Metro Paving

Amazon is in the process of creating a substantial footprint on Long Island with the construction of four major distribution centers. One of those is a 200,000 sq. ft. facility that is nearing completion in Syosset, N.Y., in the town of Oyster Bay just off the Long Island Expressway on a 39-acre site that was formerly the home of Cerro Wire. Most of the 39-acre site that is not taken up by warehouse is a massive parking lot that is being constructed by Metro Paving of Long Island, N.Y. In speaking with Dennis Kellerman, president of Metro Paving, this massive project will consume 13,000 tons of binder and 9,500 tons of topcoat, all of which must be laid within a 30-day time period. But tackling big, high-profile projects is nothing new to Metro Paving. Within the past couple of years, projects that the company has completed included the Islanders UBS Arena at Belmont Park, which entailed 40,000 tons of asphalt with a two-month turn time, as well as repaving the parking lots for Arthur Ashe Stadium, home of the U.S. Open. Metro Paving was founded in 2014 and Kellerman's experience with paving goes back to 1985. He and his crew of about 50 are typically able to work approximately 10 months a year, completing 12 months of work in this period of time. Serving New York City and Long Island, Metro Paving has experienced astounding growth since its inception through continue 100 percent commitment to excel.

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