VAASPHALT.ORG 35 AFFILIATE MEMBER SPOTLIGHTS Resurface Incorporated The Kauffman Group Incorporated Resurface Incorporated is a full-service asphalt paving company headquartered in Northern Virginia. Established in 2007 as a residential asphalt paving company, Resurface has grown to a hundred employees with operations throughout Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C. Resurface is known for its experience with utility restoration, having worked with local and regional gas, electric and water utility contractors and suppliers. Resurface also has earned a reputation for the construction and maintenance of sport courts. Known for great attention to detail, Resurface is widely sought after by municipalities, property managers and homeowners for their design, planning and construction of courts of all sizes and colors. Customers value the fact that Resurface never uses subcontractors. From small repairs to complete road rehabilitation projects, its crews are equipped to handle it all. They deploy a private fleet of dump AFFILIATE MEMBER SPOTLIGHTS trucks, new state-of-the-art equipment and in-house traffic control crews, and have demonstrated an ability to control project performance and ensure quality results every time. Across its operations, Resurface makes safety a priority. From monthly safety training sessions to daily toolbox talks for its team members, Resurface is committed to providing the safest and most up-to-date work environment for both employees and clients. Resurface is managed by a team renowned for expertise and professionalism, with WBE, DBE, WOSB and SWAM accreditation. Together, they have over one hundred years of experience in the planning, estimating and installation of asphalt materials. The Kauffman Group Incorporated (TKGI) was established in 1984 as a family-owned and operated, full service company specializing in bond release work and other services related to building, property management and land development across Northern Virginia. While conducting field work for bond release and Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) acceptance, TKGI gained experience paving and patching asphalt in order to repair water valves and damaged storm drain pipes. As the company grew, so did their skill working with asphalt. TKGI began work on larger paving repair projects, preparing for the final paving of public and private streets. By TKGI patching the streets, the primary paving companies were then free to follow behind and focus on placing the final surface layer. With the purchase of their first paving machine in 1996, TKGI turned to projects placing subgrade stone and pavement for small parking lots, driveways and trails. Today, their paving operation has expanded to two paving machines, numerous rollers and a fleet of dump trucks. With these tools, TKGI can handle a wide variety of paving projects—from small utility patches, to roadway installations, to mill and overlay up to 1,200 tons in size. TKGI believes in giving back to and supporting the industry, and is proud to be an active member of the Virginia Asphalt Association.