Public Works

The only number you will need is ours.
For your convenience, Pavecon Public Works will manage every crew your job requires, saving you the time and frustration of bidding, vetting, managing and paying each crew separately. From earthwork to paving to streetlights to landscape, the only number you will need is ours. Plus, our efficient, one-stop approach keeps your job on a timely track.

We’re well-connected in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Pavecon has fulfilled many contracts for municipalities in Dallas-Fort Worth and surrounding counties. We provide earthwork, site clearing, demolition, recycling and soil stabilization prior to any concrete paving, asphalt paving, or chip seal job we perform. But your project doesn’t stop with paving, and neither do we. We go on to manage all the finishing work your project requires—from striping, signage, streetlights and traffic signals to landscape, irrigation and drainage—by managing a mix of our own crews and the crews of trusted local subcontractors we have partnered with for decades.

We make your job easier. And often, less costly.

Pavecon Public Works can make your job easier, and we also make financial sense. In the long run, calling our experienced team to manage your job from start to finish lowers the chance of costly mistakes and lets you focus on other tasks. That is well worth the one- to three-percent savings you might expect from managing the job on your own—and on certain jobs, we more than make up for it.

URBAN STREET DEVELOPMENT

The Urban Street Development division builds the right-of-ways and side roads that need to be in place before commercial construction can begin, as well as sidewalks, curbs, flatwork and retaining walls.
Pavecon Public Works can handle every aspect of your job—from earthwork, drainage and electrical work, to paving, striping, landscaping and traffic signals. We accomplish this for you by managing a seamless mix of our own services combined with those delivered through our trusted network of subcontractors.


Whether you need a simple chip-seal access road or a fully finished asphalt drive with sidewalks, curbs, drainage and lighting, Pavecon Public Works has the team and equipment to get in, get out and get the job done—including a slip-form paver for subdivisions and roads more than eight inches thick.

No matter how many crews your project requires, Pavecon will select and manage each one for you, so you don’t have to. The only number you will need to call is ours.

EARTHWORK

The right foundation for your public works project.


Before paving can begin on any parking lot, street or drive, the site must first be prepared. The land must be properly dug out and graded to form a base that is firm, dry and long-lasting. This process of preparing the ground beneath your concrete or asphalt pavement plays a major role in determining how well it will wear over time. How water responds to it, how much it fluctuates due to moisture or soil movement, whether it cracks or doesn’t crack is all determined at this stage.

Pavecon means more value, less hassle and fewer delays.

Earthwork is the foundation of your project, and it needs to be done right. At Pavecon, we provide all our own earthwork services. Our excavation division handles everything from site clearing and demolition to grading and importing fill materials, which we bring in on our own trucking fleet. If you have a question or concern, we are the ones who will work to resolve it for you. The only number you will need is ours.

No need to manage it all yourself.

With Pavecon, you will not have to endure the headache of seeking bids from and managing multiple crews yourself, with all the inherent confusion, hassle and delays that come with that task. Pavecon will manage your project for you, from start to finish—a welcome relief to our customers.

Our earthwork and pavement crews work as a team.

For decades, our earthwork crews have worked closely with our pavement crews to meet our high standards of quality with our smooth, seamless process. It isn’t every day that a pavement company can provide an earthwork team, much less one that is cross-disciplined enough to meet the expectations of our demanding pavement crew in the first try. But that is just one example of the higher level of quality and time-saving efficiency you get when you leave your project to Pavecon.

STATE AND MUNICIPAL WORK

Highways, roads and more.

Pavecon Public Works is a proven resource for public and private development in the state of Texas. From impressive concrete highways and polished slip-form streets to basic chip-seal county roads, we do all kinds of roadway building and repair, but we do more than street construction. We also contract with public and private owners on everything from curbs and sidewalks to retaining walls, park trails and parking lots.

State/Federal Contracts

Pavecon has very strong financial backing for TxDOT projects. Our bonding capacity is up to $50 million to perform large-scale works involving everything from state-owned highways to federally owned interstates.

City/County Contracts

Our bonding capacity for construction and reconstruction work at the city and county level is as high as $60 million with a $15 million aggregate per project. We construct and repair roads, trails and parking lots, whether concrete (including slip-form), asphalt or chip seal.

Working with Pavecon: Why it’s easy

For every job, Pavecon Public Works provides our own earthwork, site clearing, demolition, materials recycling and soil stabilization. We build and repair surfaces in asphalt, concrete or chip seal using our own equipment. We also operate our own slip-form paver. Slip-form paving is preferred in most subdivisions and is required on contracts for roads more than eight inches thick.

For your convenience, we subcontract and manage all other crews needed for completion of the job, working with proven professionals in our trusted subcontractor network.

No matter how many crews your project requires, Pavecon will select and manage each one for you, so you don’t have to. The only number you will need to call is ours.

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