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Whether you are building a new home or a commercial building, chances are you will be in need of a professional asphalt paving contractor for the installation of a new asphalt parking lot, driveway, walkway, entertainment area or just to repair or rejuvenate that old and tired existing asphalt driveway.

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Asphalt is a preferred paving product among other paving materials as it has many advantages. Most of us do not concern ourselves with the conditions or composition of the roads we travel on nor the parking lots we park or vehicles on. The strength and stability of these roadways and driveways are due to the asphalt material used to build them.

Advantages of Using Asphalt

  • Looks way better than other materials
  • Very durable
  • Can be installed pretty quickly anywhere
  • The setup of the pavement or pathway with asphalt is very easy
  • Retouch is not required for a long time
  • Easy maintenance

Whether it is a long road, a walkway or a driveway, you would need an asphalt pavement contractor to help you through the process. It is always advisable to do your research before booking an asphalt contractor to hire.

Asphalt Paving Contractors Directory is here to help. We list local professional paving of contractors who are regarded among the best asphalt paving companies in the USA.

You can be assured that you will find quality asphalt paving services at the best prices. The contractors listed are much preferred over the other contractors as they strive to provide excellent service which makes the best asphalt suppliers in the USA.

You can ask anyone about the best local asphalt paving companies, and they will tell you to look in the Asphalt Paving Contractor Directory. Our site visitors love how easy it is to find the right paving company and we love each one of our contractors use only the best practices to provide the best asphalt paving in the USA.

So, if you are looking for the best paving company and used a search term such as asphalt paving companies near me, you’ve landed at the right spot! Get a detailed listing of all the asphalt paving near me by browsing through our site.

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Naples Pavers

Naples Pavers

Naples Pavers specializes in concrete pavers and other masonry structures to make the best of your outdoor space, whether around the pool, walkways, or driveways. Serving Naples, Florida and offering...

(239) 320-3699
9110 Strada Place, Suite 6200, Naples, FL 34108
Regal Ground Contractors Ltd

Regal Ground Contractors Ltd

We are an expert ground work company, undertaking both small and large projects for commercial and domestic customers. From public main roads to private driveways - we are very professional and skille...

01325 624066
54 Bondgate, Darlington, County Durham DL3 7JJ
Colorado Pavement Solutions

Colorado Pavement Solutions

Asphalt paving contractors in Denver have actually gotten a negative wrap throughout the years, as well as sometimes rightly so. We began Colorado Pavement Solutions to remedy the mistakes we saw asph...

4988 Stuart St., Denver, CO 80212
Pett paving

Pett paving

Family owned and operated paving company specializing in driveways and parking lots. Free estimates to all customers we provide all your needs for asphalt paving, sealcoating and striping.

3790 east solon road, Richmond, Illinois 60071
Block Driveways Ltd

Block Driveways Ltd

Block Driveways is the local professional in all things driveways. By having over 20 years' experience completing top quality driveways and landscaping services for domestic and commercial properties,...

01223 640801
Over Road, Willingham, Cambridgeshire CB24 5EU
NC Paving Services Gastonia

NC Paving Services Gastonia

At NC Paving Services you have assured the best asphalt paving services in Mooresville, Hickory, and Gainsville, North Carolina. We are the experts you should hire, and we will never let you down. Our...

Gastonia, North Carolina 28052
Lancaster Paving Pros

Lancaster Paving Pros

At Lancaster Paving Pros, we are passionate about providing premium paving solutions for commercial paving in Lancaster, and residential clients throughout Lancaster, PA. We are top rated, experienced...

51 S Duke St Suite 206, Lancaster, PA 17602
Columbia Paving Pros

Columbia Paving Pros

Ready to hire a professional paving company to manage your paving needs? At Columbia Paving Pros, we provide high quality and long lasting asphalt paving services, like driveway paving in Columbia MD....

6325 Woodside Ct Suite 425, Columbia, MD 21046
Gloucester Paving

Gloucester Paving

Gloucester Paving, located in Gloucester, Virginia offers a professional, reliable and affordable paving services to residents of Gloucester. We install and repair driveways, parking lots, and roads t...

7194 Botetourt Ave, Gloucester, VA 23061
Reading Paving Pros

Reading Paving Pros

Reading Paving Pros is locally owned and operated. No matter if you need a free paving estimate or know for a fact we are the right team for new construction, repairs, or something more, you can rely...

144 N 6th St Suite 201, Reading, PA 19601

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Spike in Building Costs Could Be Problematic for Home Building’s Future

New home sales rose in August, but an increase in home building costs could be a problem going forward; plus more construction industry news on the October 10, 2019, edition of Construction News Tracker.

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The U.S. Commerce Department reports a healthy increase of 7.1% in August in new home sales. That accounts for a seasonally adjusted rate of 713,000 units — up from a revised rate of 666,000 in July. The market appears to be spurred by low-interest rates as year over year it is up 6.4%. However, a spike in home building costs could portend to be a problem going forward. Average sales prices are now at $404,200 — a jump of 6.1% from 2018, according to the National Association of Home Builders. Homebuilding in the $200,000 range accounted for only 10% of the total building in progress in August.

Heavy construction employment resulted in increases in 39 states over the last year while 29 states added jobs between July and August. ABC’s analysis of Labor Department figures point to the continued shortage of craft workers, and Chief Economist Ken Simonson says that even more states would have posted employment gains if contractors could find enough workers to hire. The national unadjusted unemployment rate rose in 31 states in August, according to ABC.

Dodge Data reports that new construction starts were down 6% in August to a seasonally adjusted rate of $807.1 billion. That now breaks three consecutive months of gains in the category led by nonbuilding construction which dropped 15% in August while declines in both residential and nonresidential construction were much milder at 1% and 3% respectively. These numbers caused the Dodge Index to fall from 182 in July to 171 in August. However, it still remains above its 2019 average of 167. Total construction starts have now fallen 5% from its position in 2018.

Billions in transportation dollars could be in jeopardy if the Trump administration follows through with its threat to withhold money from California. Arguing the state has failed to tally steps to improve its air quality, the EPA is moving to keep billions in federal funding from being available to the Golden State. California elected officials call it a brazen political stunt if the feds move to withhold air quality plan funding as well as highway funding money.

House Transportation Committee Chairman Peter Defazio is applying pressure to colleagues as well as the White House to collaborate on an infrastructure funding policy this fall, though its doubtful the parties will come together before next year. A potential deal fell apart last May when the President walked out on congressional leaders. The current legislation expires in fall of 2020.

The fifth allotment in airport infrastructure grants amounting to $986 million has been approved by the U.S. DOT. Secretary Chao said the funding will go to 354 airports in 44 states for upgrades and reconstruction projects. It’s part of the $3.18 billion airport improvement program funding allocated since 2018.

And the Federal Highway Administration last month came through with $871 million in emergency funding. Thirty-nine states are in line to receive the money to repair roads and bridges damaged by storms, floods and fires.

Contractors sure do like to rent equipment. A recent survey conducted for the American Rental Association finds that 93% of contractors rented equipment in the last year. The survey claims that 92% plan on renting as much in 2019 as last year while 52% say they will increase their equipment rentals going forward. Lifts and scaffolding, backhoes, dump trucks and mini excavators appear to be the most popular items rented. Forty-five percent of you claim its more financially affordable to rent than to buy.

As the deadline for filing formal comments to a revised federal rule dealing with apprenticeships came due the U.S. Department of Labor now has a problem on its hands. Over 325,000 of you responded to the filing request. The new regulation would apply to many industries, but for construction in particular, it requires a provision to exempt the field of further apprenticeship inclusion. Construction industry officials are incensed over the idea to permit schools, states and even unions to run the programs as opposed to the Department of Labor itself, which has done it for years.

A recent survey conducted by Rabbitt, a construction software firm, and Procore, which deals in construction management software, has discovered some problems for  contractors. The survey conducted in the last two months centered on working capitol and bidding decisions. It found that over the past 12 months slow payments for construction work totaled $64 billion. Contractors as well as subs estimate the practice adds 5% to the total cost of projects. The survey also found that 63% of subs refused to bid on projects where they knew of a contractors bad payment history while 72% offered discounts for payment in a 30 day window.

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