Calvac Paving, a Bay Area asphalt and concrete maintenance company, is attending the CAA Connect – Rental Housing Conference & Expo, on Tuesday, April 16th. Calvac once again is a Master Sponsor of the CAA, as well as a trade exhibitor at this year’s CAA Connect.
As a company spokesperson noted, the event—which is hosted by the California Apartment Association—will be held at the Santa Clara Convention Center. The full-day conference typically draws a crowd of 1,500-plus professionals from a variety of industries.
The team from Calvac Paving will be in Booth 318 during the event. As the spokesperson noted, attendees are welcome to come by the booth and enter to win a raffle. “People who take pictures of Calvac Paving’s booth and use the hashtag #CAAConnectExpowill automatically be entered to win a prize from the asphalt and concrete company,” the spokesperson said, adding that representatives from the company are looking forward to meeting other attendees and exhibitors that are also in the Property Management and Maintenance industry. One reason the event is so popular with attendees, the spokesperson said, is that it’s a one-stop shop for information relating to the rental housing industry.
For example, this event features 160-plus exhibitor booths and educational seminars that feature nationally recognized speakers. Everyone who attends—from owners and corporate executives to property managers, leasing professionals, California Certified Residential Managers and more—will leave the event feeling like they have received the answers and information they need about their most urgent management challenges, as well as determining which vendors are the best for their businesses.
“Calvac Paving has served the Bay Area for over four decades, so we are confident that we can help answer a variety of questions that attendees may have about our industry while also enjoying meeting new clients,” the spokesperson said.
About Calvac Paving:
Calvac Paving is a full service asphalt and concrete maintenance company that has been serving the greater Bay Area since 1974. For more information, please visit http://www.calvacpaving.com/
This event will be held January 24th and 25th at the Santa Clara Convention Center. According to a Calvac Paving spokesperson, the event is “California’s premier event for the community management industry!”
The Calvac Paving team will be exhibiting at Booth #1021 in the Paradise Found Exhibit Hall. Also, they are Welcome Reception Drink Ticket Sponsors, to be held on Thursday January 24th from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm. The reception will include appetizers, a no-host bar and informal networking.
Beyond the exhibit, the event will enable many in California’s management industry to learn and grow professionally. CACM notes, “Let’s face it, the demands and expectations community managers face have never been greater. Do you have the knowledge, expertise and tools you need to meet and exceed those expectations and move your career forward? At this year’s Law Seminar & Expo, we’re bringing California’s best and brightest to help you get there.”
“We hope that all attendees can stop by our booth at the exhibit,” said a Calvac Paving spokesperson. “With over 40 years of experience in the industry, we are looking forward to sharing our expertise and meeting new clients!”
About Calvac Paving:
Calvac Paving is a full-service asphalt and concrete maintenance company that has been serving the greater Bay Area since 1974.
2645 Pacer Lane
San Jose, Ca 95111
Consistently ensuring the highest possible quality and best results for clients means keeping pace with the latest innovations in paving technology and techniques. Calvac Paving’s dedicated and knowledgeable paving professionals have amassed considerable experience in everything from new construction to refurbishment and repair of old, worn paving such as sidewalks, parking lots, roadways and more. While many paving companies focus solely on one kind of paving, Calvac Paving can boast extensive experience with asphalt, concrete and earthwork, from initial grading to final striping. Among the services Calvac Paving offers to the public are:
In addition to these services, Calvac Paving takes its obligations to the environment we all share very seriously. We use the latest green and eco-friendly policies and practices at every stage of construction from the project’s start to the final cleanup and disposal of waste products at the end. Most business owners would agree that taking steps to be a greener business is a win-win for everyone.
While this phrase may sound oxymoronic, asphalt pavement has consistently been reported as the most frequently recycled material in the nation since 1993. Continuous improvements in recycling technology and paving practices and techniques that permit for more adaptive uses of existing paving materials have fueled this recycling boom with regards to asphalt and, to a lesser degree, concrete. Purely virgin asphalt, also known as “hot-mix,” is relatively rare today because of the numerous advantages of recycling asphalt in place. However, many old-school pavers often still refer to “warm-mix,” discussed below, as “hot-mix” regardless of this designation’s true accuracy.
Most asphalt you see on the road today consists of rocks, also called aggregates, sand, binder material and additives such as shredded rubber tires, pig manure and metal slag, to name a few. These additives are re-purposed and treated in such a way as to make them a cohesive part of the overall mix and increase the mix’s performance. This transforms relatively useless or even outright hazardous materials into reasonably safe and effective filler materials for asphalt mixes. However, the most common fillers are recycled asphalt paving and asphalt shingles. Using these materials in “warm-mix” asphalt paving sharply decreases the amount of virgin oil binder needed to create a safe driving surface with proper internal cohesion and compactive properties.
According to the National Asphalt Paving Association, in the 2013 construction season alone nearly 68 million tons of recycled asphalt and almost 2 million tons of asphalt shingles were used as recyclables, at a savings to taxpayers of around $2 billion. The use of recyclables has increased 21% since 2009 and represents over 99% of all in situ, or existing, asphalt paving being recycled and re-purposed instead of ending up in landfills.
Calvac Paving is proud to be part of an industry that is able to recycle and reuse apparent waste materials so efficiently and effectively. Calvac Paving takes a deep interest in ongoing advances in procedures and techniques that allow for new ways to re-purpose existing pavement, whether it is asphalt, concrete or something else.
The Future Of Asphalt & Concrete
The interest in new advances is not limited to asphalt, because Calvac Paving is dedicated to finding more efficient and ecologically sound ways of achieving the same overall goals. One development that Calvac Paving is watching with great interest is so-called “bio-concrete.” In this type of concrete, a regular concrete mix is impregnated with tiny plastic capsules containing a type of bacillus bacterium which feeds on calcium lactate and excretes limestone. The capsules dissolve when exposed to water, activating and freeing the dormant bacteria within to begin the healing process. This landmark technology could result in admixtures for other types of paving, increasing the strength, performance and longevity of all kinds of paving and reducing necessary time-of-life repairs dramatically.
As paving technology and techniques evolve, Calvac Paving intends to retain our leadership position in adopting new practices, prioritizing greater safety, security, durability and environmental awareness in every task we undertake. From new builds to maintenance and repair of existing paving projects, Calvac Paving wants to ensure that its products and services stand the test of time, just as we have since 1974. For your next paving project, whether you’re starting from scratch or trying to determine the most efficient and effective way to repair or replace worn, cracked or improperly placed paving materials, Calvac Paving’s experienced personnel can become stakeholders in your properties. We welcome the opportunity to show you why Calvac Paving has been building the Bay Area for over forty years, giving real results that stand the test of time!
Due to the current shelter in place order from the County of Santa Clara Public Health Department, Calvac is rapidly building a backlog of pending projects.
When this ordinance lifts, we will hit the ground running and we anticipate a need to increase our field staff by 50% to 100%. Although we have not laid off any employees, we understand that many Bay Area workers have been laid off during this difficult time and we hope that Calvac can alleviate some of this burden for dozens of locals.
Please fill out the application online and we will evaluate and contact potential candidates while the order is in effect.Then we will be ready to go back to work as soon as this ordinance is lifted.
Calvac Paving, a San Jose based Asphalt and Concrete maintenance, and construction Contractor is looking for Equipment Operators, Laborers, and Skilled Workers. We are looking for full-time workers and experience in Asphalt and Concrete construction is a plus.
To Apply Please Download The Application Below.
You can mail it to:
2645 Pacer Ln,
San Jose, CA 95111
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Calvac Paving Is Hiring
About Calvac Paving
Over the past 45-plus years, Calvac Paving has become one of the most experienced and reliable Asphalt and Concrete contractors in Central California. Our focus on individual project attention and meeting our STAKEHOLDER’S expectations has helped us to add scores of Property Managers/Owners, HOAs, Corporate buildings, and campuses, Retail as well as Multifamily properties to our list of appreciative clients/stakeholders.
The construction industry requires a delicate balance between worker safety and work completion and efficiency. At Calvac Paving, we value the safety and health of our employees as an integral part of our Business Plan. While many companies say this, we are pleased to be able to provide hard numbers to prove it. Our Ex-Mod(California Modification Rating System) rating of 74 with our workers’ compensation insurer is one of the lowest in the industry. This means that over the last three years, our experienced workers’ compensation losses have been 25% less than the conventional wisdom of the insurance industry said they should be. All this sounds very impressive, but what does it actually mean? Here’s a closer look at why this is big news for Calvac Paving and our valued clients.
What Does Ex-Mod Really Mean?
In simple terms a company’s experience modification compares actual losses to expected losses. The experience rating system, in essence, adjusts the premium an employer will pay based on a comparison of that employer’s history of payroll and claims (collectively referred to as “experience”) to the average experience of other employers within the same classification. The result of this comparison is an experience modification. A Ex-Mod rating of a 100 is average, and pays 100% of the customary premium for coverage. Likewise, a company with an ex-mod of 125 would pay 125% of the industry average premium, because of the higher risk and nearly certain greater expense involved in the carrier keeping this company on the books.
Calvac Paving’s rating of 74 is well below the industry standard and means that we pay less than 3/4 of what many of our competitors would for identical workers’ compensation coverage. The best performers in the industry rarely reach an ex-mod of below 70, because insurance carriers can hardly afford to give away their coverage. However, our ex-mod does provide a verifiable, actionable metric by which to measure worker safety and the likelihood of on-the-job accidents and injuries among our employees.
How Is Ex-Mod Calculated?
The State of California’s Worker’s Compensation Insurance Rating Board put new rules in place for 2012, based on recommendations from the state insurance commissioner in 2008. These rules state that insurance ex-mod is calculated every year as an average of the data from the three preceding calendar years. The WCIRB guidelines require that insurance carriers provide an ex-mod score statement each year, usually at least 30 days before renewing the premium. These guidelines are intended to incentivize good occupational health and safety practices and limit workers’ compensation claims, but at Calvac Paving, we just call that business as usual. The financial perks that come with having a great safety record are always welcome in the business world, but what really matters to us is what our ex-mod means in the real world: the fact that our employees go home every night to their families in the same condition they left the house in the morning.
What Does Our Insurance Broker Say?
Our insurance broker, NFP/Thoits Insurance, consistently praises our safety record and the programs we use to improve it. Because we take our people’s safety so seriously, we incorporate training on every aspect of construction safety, site and roadway hazards and first aid training. We work closely with our carrier to implement and maintain a sound, viable loss prevention strategy, including IIPP and Early Return to Work programs that help our employees get back to work sooner while remaining in compliance with their healthcare provider’s orders. Because of these factors, our broker has consistently praised our programs and proactive worker safety initiatives, even going so far as to note that our programs are paving the way for future improvements.
From The Principals
Calvac Paving’s Principals are justifiably proud of the company, management and employees for the way they have worked together to make a safer workplace a reality. By continuing to train employees in proper on-site safety protocols and emergency measures as part of a program that meets Cal-OSHA standards for workplace safety, Calvac Paving is leading the way in setting the highest benchmarks possible for worker safety and lost-time injury prevention. Even more importantly, it means Calvac Paving’s employees get to enjoy more productive working days and quality, healthy time with their loved ones when off the clock. While construction continues to be a challenging field in which to balance productivity and safety, we take great pride in proving it’s possible every day.