* ALL VEHICLES should be off the lot for the work times.
Cars will be towed at owner's expense. They will be moved from the cluster
property to somewhere on Moorings Drive. The fee is $65 per move, which
the home owner will pay to the home owner's association.
If you have mulch ordered through us (firstname.lastname@example.org),
the bags will be delivered on March 16th . Please take your
bags from the fine lane area by COB Saturday, 24th March.
Cardinal landscaping will be onsite March 22nd or
23rd to move plants and hard landscape items from impacted
concrete areas being replaced.
The parking lot will be
closed to ALL vehicles except the workers for the workweek of Monday April 22ndthrough to Sunday, April 29th (except Wednesday and Thursday). Please keep that in mind for your car, postal
service, any deliveries scheduled for that time, any take-out food etc.
For the workweek of Monday April 23rd through to
Sunday, April 29th – trash company says it will complete BOTH trash
and recycling before 7AM on Monday morning (April 23rd) with normal pickup
for yard waste on Wednesday and Trash on Thursday, April 26th . Please move your trash bins in as
soon as possible.
Lake Anne Pavilion parking allowed for cluster members during this
week (approved by Reston Association).
Concrete Work is scheduled for Monday, April 23rd and Tuesday April 24th.
Cars out of the parking lot and onto Moorings Drive or Lake Anne Pavilion by 7AM, Monday
morning, April 23rd and
the lot will be closed for two days (Monday and Tuesday) while work is being
done. Any cars left on the lot will be towed and placed on Moorings
drive at the owner’s expense. The tow charge is $65 made payable to
Brookshire Accounts Payable. For machinery, there will be a bobcat onsite
to break up and remove old concrete plus a crew of eight or so men plus other
Scheduled Work Monday, April 23rd and Tuesday April
Concrete work: Concrete seal placed over new concrete to speed drying
and seal. Soil replaced on edge of
concrete and sod reseeded where necessary. Areas include:
- Replace sidewalk from Sherry’s to Mark and Leann’s at the back
of the cluster. (1528 – 1538)
- Add new concrete curb to fire lane – replacing railroad ties
- Add new concrete curb to opposite area fire lane, under the Bradford
pear tree and by the barberry hedge. (1552)
- Replace three sections between 1565 and 1567
- Replace first section up to steps and top section after steps in
front of 1565
- Individual homes’ sidewalks to be replaced/repaired.
- Re-position “no parking during snow emergency” signs at back of
Parking Lot – Repaving Work is scheduled for Friday, April 27th and Saturday, April 28th.
move ALL cars out of the parking lot and onto Moorings Drive by 7AM Friday morning, April 27th through Sunday
morning April 29th . The parking lot will be
closed the entire time. The work is estimated to take one full day
(Friday) then one more day (Saturday) to let the asphalt settle. The lot will
be closed while work is in progress. Any cars left on the lot will be
towed and placed on Moorings drive at the owner’s expense. The tow charge
is $65 made payable to Brookshire Accounts Payable.
- Move all wheel stops back onto grass
- Mill 2-4” all over parking lot.
- Lay asphalt over lot
- Replace all current wheel stops (repainted).
- Fire lanes painted yellow.
President (for any questions or last minute notices)
Towing & Storage Inc
11 Douglas Ct, Sterling, VA 20166
and Concrete Company
Asphalt & Sealing, Inc.
Office: PO Box 1710 Manassas, VA 20108
NOTES FROM THE PAVEMENT AND PARKING LOT VENDOR
Concrete Sidewalk Replacement (Lead Walks)
work zone(s) will be barricaded with any of the following; orange cones, yellow
caution tape, orange barrels, or message boards, for public safety during the
project. FAS, Inc. requires 20' perimeter on each side of the work area to be
clear. It is the owner's responsibility to make sure all barricades remain
effective after our crews leave the job site.
- We have identified 5 area(s) consisting of approximately 488 sq.
ft for sidewalk replacement.
- We will demo, remove, and dispose of all debris offsite.
- Compact the existing sub-base with a vibrating tamper.
- 5. We will place forms to proper grade, elevation, and slope.
Next, we will install a new 3000psi, air-entrained concrete, to a depth
of inches with wire mesh reinforcement. The concrete will be floated,
troweled, control and expansion joints scored, and finished with a
"light broom". Last, the new concrete will be sprayed with a
clear coat curing compound.
- We will remove the forms, after concrete has cured. If in
the event any grassy areas are disturbed, during the project, we will provide a
fresh layer of topsoil, seed, and straw, to those areas. Fertilization
and irrigation is not included and we do not guarantee regrowth of the new
- Please note this project will be performed over the course of
- Excludes: Rebar, new stone, dowels, painting of curbs, notifying
tenants of scheduled work, towing of vehicles, or anything other than those
services listed above.
Paving Residential | Owner Responsibility & Conditions
If it's raining the day of scheduled service, assume we aren't coming and we
will contact you to reschedule as soon as possible. If it rains after our
installation, please contact your representative. We monitor the weather
closely and can generally predict this very well. In the event that an
unexpected storm happens, we will touch up any areas where sealer has not
- Sprinklers: should be off 24 hours prior until 48 hours after
service. Avoid lawn cutting during this same period of time. The surface
must be dry for our arrival. Areas where the newly sealed pavement is wet
may wear prematurely.
- Residential Preparation: The property is responsible to notify all
landscapers and garbage companies to not show on the area of work the day we
are performing work. If we need to re-schedule due to unforeseen
conditions, you are required to let all service providers know about the
- Barricaded Driveway: It is vital that all vehicles are
removed from our area of work no later than 7:15 am, unless otherwise
agreed. As you can imagine, our project costs are based on the property
having all cars, people and objects off the area of work.
- Driving on Surface: Once you start driving on paved/sealed
surface, avoid turning your wheels unless your car is moving. We understand
this may be difficult to do, but understand that when wheels are turned on a
freshly paved/sealed asphalt surface, scuffing and turn marks will be
evident, no worries in time they will blend in with surrounding surface.
Concrete Installation | Owners’ Responsibilities & Conditions
Inc. will barricade the newly installed uncured concrete immediately after
completion. It is the customer's responsibility to make sure that all
concrete stays barricaded, after FAC, Inc. leaves the work site and until the
new concrete properly cures. Cured concrete will not "scuff" to
- FAC, Inc. will be held-harmless for, nor will repairs or
replacement be provided, for damage to newly installed concrete, due to acts of
vandalism by others.
- FAC, Inc. cannot and will not guarantee that newly installed
concrete will match in color or texture, to adjacent or other onsite concrete.
- FAC, Inc. will estimate the depth(s) of existing concrete being
removed and replaced, unless exact depths are provided by the customer.
In the event the existing depth(s) exceed those estimated depths, additional
fees may apply for additional material (concrete or stone) required to bring
the new concrete to proper elevation(s). Any additional fees will be discussed
and agreed upon, with the customer, before proceeding with additional work.
- FAC, Inc. will provide new dirt, seed, and straw, to areas damage
during the process of new concrete replacement or installation, as
necessary. We do not provide fertilization or irrigation of the new seed
and therefore, do not guarantee re-growth of the existing grass, or growth of
the new grass seed.
- Excludes: Wire mesh, rebar, new stone, or dowels.