Since 1985, U.S. Pavement Services has made a concerted effort to be involved in the communities we serve each day. With this in mind, we contribute financial and human resources to several local and national causes. Our staff members and executives serve on several organizations’ Boards to shape the future of these nonprofits in their pursuit of better serving the community.
Supporting the community
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CITY OF WOBURN PROCLAMATION
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PLEDGE TO HIRE VETERANS RED SOX GAME
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WEST END HOUSE SUPPORT
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THANKSGIVING TURKEYS TO VETERANS
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WOBURN BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB SUPPORT
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TEAM DEPOT VOLUNTEERING
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CHRISTMAS TREES FOR VETERANS
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WEST END HOUSE ANNUAL CELEBRATION
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DEPARTMENT OF VETERAN SERVICES AWARD
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WOBURN BOYS & GIRLS CLUB SUPPORT
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FRANCESCA'S FAMILY KITCHEN AT THE WEST END HOUSE
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PLEDGE TO HIRE VETERANS RED SOX GAME
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TURKEYS FOR VETERANS
The Bridge Center
The Bridge Center, located in Bridgewater, MA, specializes in year-round therapeutic recreation and equine-assisted therapy programs for children with disabilities. For more than seven years, U.S. Pavement Services, led by COO Andrew Musto, have partnered with The Bridge Center to assure that all children, regardless of the nature or severity of their disability, have the supports necessary to play, learn, and grow within a safe and accessible environment. Together, The Bridge Center and U.S. Pavement have developed a collective vision to be leaders within the recreation community serving as a resource for community members with disabilities and their families alike.
The West End House
West End House is an innovative and vibrant youth development agency working with more than 1,500 youth from the most underserved communities in the city of Boston. Under the leadership of US Pavement Services COO Andrew Musto, who currently serves as their Board President, West End House has enhanced its program offerings, increased its annual budget, and is now positioned for a major campaign to significantly expand its impact. U.S. Pavement is proud to be a premier partner of the West End House, sponsoring its annual spring celebration, providing critical in-kind contributions to support the operation of its 38,000 square foot facility, and offering opportunities for West End House youth to share their talents with the greater Boston community.
Habitat for Humanity
U.S. Pavement Services donated sealcoating and line painting services for the 17,000 SF parking lot at Blue Hill Place in Dorchester. Blue Hill Place is Habitat for Humanity of Greater Boston’s largest single project to date, and includes 24 Habitat homes and one commercial unit. Habitat for Humanity of Greater Boston services the entire Boston metropolitan area, encompassing 25 towns and cities, including Woburn, the home of U.S. Pavement’s national headquarters. If you want to get involved, head to www.habitatboston.org for more information.
We’ve long been a supporter of the Wounded Warrior Project, a nonprofit that supports injured veterans and their families. But now, we’ve taken our involvement one step further by spearheading the Pledge to Hire Veterans initiative to get our nation’s heroes back to work. This initiative is designed to encourage businesses to hire veterans and facilitate the process for employers and veteran employees.
Made in America Campaign
U.S. Pavement Services has made a strong commitment to strictly buy products made in the United States. Since the Made in America campaign started in 2012, we’ve spent an additional $5 million dollars on domestic goods. It’s our way of supporting the local and national economies, creating jobs and giving back.
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Message from the CEO about COVID-19
May 22, 2019
U.S. Pavement Hosts Over 350 Veterans at Fenway Park for Annual Celebration
It was another beautiful day at Fenway Park for the 7th annual U.S. Pavement Services’ Pledge to Hire Veterans Red Sox game. Being the largest event yet, on May 11th, U.S. Pavement hosted a total of 406 people at the park, with over 300 veterans and their families, and over 100 employees from U.S. Pavement in attendance.Read Full Article >