Asphalt Pavement Solutions Corp became Lawrence Township, NJ’s premier asphalt company by consistently providing top notch paving services to all kinds of clients in the tristate area for over thirty years. We help commercial property owners, HOAs, subdivisions, apartment complexes, and property managers maintain their asphalt parking lots and roadways to keep our community safe.
Paving Services Offered in Lawrence Township NJ
- Parking Lot Repair
- Seal Coating
- Pavement Markings
- Concrete Curbs & Drainage
- Asphalt Maintenance
Why Choose Us
Our company began as a weekend business way back in 1983, and we’ve grown to meet the needs of more local clients so that now we’re a full service asphalt paving company.
Over the years, we’ve become the leader in asphalt paving and repair by focusing on the complete satisfaction of our local clients.
We keep up with all pavement technologies and use only the highest quality products so that we can offer permanent fixes to asphalt damage.
About Lawrence Township, NJ
Lawrence Township is a lovely bedroom community with a population of around 33,000 as of the 2010 Census that’s nearby both New York and Philadelphia, though it is located in Mercer County, New Jersey. The township offers residents quality schools, a beautiful landscape, and a small town feel while also being so close to larger urban areas that provide jobs. The area has been inhabited for thousand of years, and was originally chartered as Maidenhead Township in 1697, named after the Quakers who originally settled the area. As part of New Jersey’s original 105 townships, Lawrence is rich in history, with many historic buildings and museums in town that make for a lovely trip.
Visitors to Lawrence Township, NJ will love an afternoon at Grounds for Sculpture, a sculpture garden with both indoor and outdoor exhibits. The Delaware and Raritan Canal State Park Trail is a great place to discover the scenic beauty of the Garden State, with miles of trails for walking or horseback riding. Outdoor enthusiasts will also enjoy a visit to nearby Colonial Lake or the historic Pole Farm at Mercer Meadows. The Dyson Tract, one of the original tracts of land settled in the area, also offers hiking as well as history.