Build, repair, and maintain pavement surfaces more easily with help from Pavecon.

Commercial pavement contractor in Dallas-Fort Worth.

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Cracked, damaged, or old pavement surfaces give people a bad first impression of your business.

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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.

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Nearly 30 years of experience

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Rigorous safety standards

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All work self-performed

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Construct, repair, and maintain high-quality parking lots and other asphalt services so your business always looks its best for customers and employees alike.
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Whether you need new concrete surfaces for an entire apartment complex, sidewalk repairs for a large shopping center, or maintenance for the concrete in front of your family-owned business, Pavecon has your back.
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Public Works

From park trails and public sidewalks, to county roads, state highways, and federal interstates, Pavecon excels at municipal projects of every size and shape.
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Parking Lots

Your parking lot is your customer’s first impression of your business. Make sure it’s a good one with Pavecon’s parking lot services, from new installations to repairs to striping.

ADA Compliance

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Dumpster Pads

Dumpster pads need special concrete reinforcement to protect from metal dumpsters and trash trucks. Get protection you can trust with Pavecon.

Loading Process

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Loading Docks

Heavy truck traffic will damage and dent asphalt. Make sure your loading dock and truck court stay functional and durable with Pavecon’s concrete services.

Dumpster Process

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ADA Modifications

Make sure your parking lot is accessible to everyone by complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act. We are familiar with the regulations and will ensure that your parking lot meets all the requirements for accessibility.


Gutters & Sidewalks

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Curbs / Gutters & Sidewalks

Curbs, gutters and sidewalks enhance the look and functionality of your lot. Ensure they are structurally sound and functional with Pavecon.

New Installations

ADA Modifications

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Crack and Joint Sealing

Prevent more damage down the road by filling cracks and sealing joints. Pavecon will help you determine your exact needs and save you from costly future repairs and replacement.


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Sealcoat and Striping

Routine maintenance can increase the life of your pavement. Pavecon sealcoating services can prolong and even help your surface exceed its planned lifetime. We also offer striping of your fresh surface, from road lines to parking lots.

ADA Modifications

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Structural Concrete

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.

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Loading Docks


Gutters & Sidewalks

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Road Repair & Construction

Street and road development, pothole patching, and sealing are a regular part of our road repair services. We have the equipment and knowledge to pave neighborhoods and repair potholes and water damage.

Parking Lots

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Reclamation Services

At Pavecon we offer practical and cost effective reclamation services to bring your site back to functional and regulatory standards. We will assess your site and make our recommendations.


The Pavecon Plan

Three steps to easily protect your vital facility investment.

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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.

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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.

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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?
Depending on the condition of your asphalt, your lot may require patch repair, crack sealing, an application of sealcoat or may simply just need to re-fresh the parking stall striping. Be assured, we offer free assessments and proposals. Demand references from all of your contractor and follow up on those references with your personal site visits to the reference properties. Ensure your largest return on your investment. Demand High quality work, using high quality products, installed by professionals who will back up their work with industry leading warranties.
What is the difference between asphalt overlay and sealcoating?
The main difference between asphalt overlay and sealcoating is that an asphalt overlay is a fresh layer of asphalt patched over damaged pavement.
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.
How often should a property be re-striped?
A good general rule is to allocate an annual budget for a property re-stripe. Traffic design and wear within a particular parking lot is also a component of the re-striping timeline. Typically, pavements that experience high volumes of traffic have a shorter life cycle than those with low volumes of traffic. Fire lane striping should always be visible and show minimal signs of deterioration. City ordinances throughout the Metroplex require maintenance of fire lane striping.
What causes concrete sinking?
We’ve talked about how weathering that degrades the base can cause your concrete to sink. When the concrete base is weakened, it becomes unstable. The weight of the concrete then becomes too much and the sidewalk begins to sink. There are also several problems with the soil underneath that can cause the concrete to sink. Concrete needs soil to be compacted before it is installed. Poorly compacted soil will sink under the weight of the concrete. If this happens after the concrete has hardening, it’s going to cause the concrete itself to sink. Again, picking a qualified installer is key to ensuring that your concrete lasts as long as possible.
What causes concrete heaving?
Concrete will heave when the ground beneath it shifts. One of the most common reasons, as stated earlier, is ground changes due to freezing and thawing. If the ground below concrete becomes moist and freezes, it will expand upward and cause heaving. Clay soils in particular can expand simply from absorbing too much moisture. The opposite case can occur as well. If the ground dries out too much, it will shift downward and cause the concrete to heave in that direction. Many other things can cause heaving also, such as dead tree roots decaying away and causing the ground to collapse into the void they left.
How soon after my parking lot is paved can I sealcoat it?
As soon as the pavement rids itself of the surface oils. This is done through oxidation and rain. One way to check is to spread some water on the surface, if the water does not bead up and there are no rainbows caused by the surface, the asphalt is ready to be sealed. Depending on the weather this usually takes 6 to 8 weeks.
Does scuffing always occur?
Scuffing is normal, even with additives, and usually occurs in the first month. Scuffing is usually worse on a hot day particularly when the temperatures go above 90 degrees Fahrenheit. The best way to minimize scuffing is to try and not turn your car sharply when the lot is first opened up.
Why would a latex additive be added to a seal coat sealer?
The use of latex additives is very common these days. There are many additives each trying to improve the performance of the sealer in some way and help minimize scuff marks. Some examples are: Fast drying – additives that help speed up the drying and curing time of the sealer so it can be driven on sooner. Rubberizing Additives – to improve flexibility, toughness and durability Thickening Additives – which build the viscosity of seal coating diluted with large amounts of water.


You have to maintain your facilities, but you don’t have to deal with challenging or unreliable contractors who can leave you with a big bill and a bigger problem. When you choose Pavecon, we help you solve your facility maintenance problems, and you can rest assured that we won’t leave you with any new ones.