I am in the process of preparing a bid for an irrigation system for a restaurant. There is one turf area and a flower bed near the main street, but the main areas needed to be irrigated are near the building itself. The restaurant sits in the middle of an older asphalt parking lot. Going underneath the asphalt without disturbance (i.e. torpedo) is not an option, just too much length of travel. I am not sure where the meter is but regardless of this we will need to go through the asphalt somewhere. Considering the shape the asphalt is in it will be no big deal to cut it up. What is the best way of doing this? Or is this one of those ones where it would be best just to walk away? They are family friends of ours and plus it would be great advertisement for our company to work there. My main concern is getting the asphalt up plus not knowing what is underneath said asphalt. Any advice would be appreciated. At this point i am guessing we would have to score and pull up the asphalt, then trench, then put it all back together. Thanks!