Build, repair, and maintain pavement surfaces more easily with help from Pavecon.
Commercial pavement contractor in Dallas-Fort Worth.
Cracked, damaged, or old pavement surfaces give people a bad first impression of your business.
That’s why Pavecon takes the stress and hassle out of getting repairs for your asphalt and concrete. Building new surfaces, such as parking lots, sidewalks, trails, and streets is a snap, as well. We put decades of experience into every part of the project, meaning we’ll help you avoid the figurative potholes, even while our pros are taking care of the literal potholes.
Nearly 30 years of experience
Rigorous safety standards
All work self-performed
Gutters & Sidewalks
Sealcoat and Striping
Concrete is the best material for structural integrity: it doesn’t warp and provides the stability needed for a new set of stairs or a foundation. Pavecon’s structural concrete services guarantee stability.
Gutters & Sidewalks
The Pavecon Plan
Three steps to easily protect your vital facility investment.
Schedule an assessment
We use an objective, tech-based evaluation process to ensure you get the right solution the first time, solving your exterior facility maintenance needs without stress and frustration.
Pavecon goes to work
Pavecon ensures your entire experience, from proposal to close-out, is smooth and your project is completed on time, on budget, and to the strictest quality standards.
The job gets done
Your project will be built to last by our well-trained crews. Even after the job is done, we keep working. Our project managers will provide the continued support you need.
Pavecon makes our clients happy.
What is the procedure for maintaining my asphalt?
What is the difference between asphalt overlay and sealcoating?
Sealcoating fills shallow cracks and prevents water from penetrating the asphalt under larger cracks. The shiny surface protects the asphalt from water, fluid spills, UV rays, and everyday wear and tear. Sealcoating should be done every 2-4 years to help prevent any other maintenance for decades. It’s the most cost-effective way to maintain asphalt for a long time.