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Delaware Valley Paving is a full-service paving and concrete contracting company, based in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania. We are industry leaders in asphalt milling and overlay, concrete paving, line striping, seal coating, infrared repair. Delaware Valley Paving can handle all of your maintenance work, such as, potholes, bollard placement, small scope projects and more. Our capabilites give us the flexibility to handle all of the work at all of your locations across the country.
What We Do
Delaware Valley Paving can handle all of your commercial property needs. Since 1990 we have specialized in Asphalt Milling & Paving, Concrete Work, Site Work, Seal Coating, Line Striping, and more.
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Contractors & Construction Managers Since 1989.
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We have been working with Delaware Valley Paving for 22 years. They get in, they get out, they get it done.
– Cynthia J – VP Construction and Real Estate – Major East Coast Retail Developer
The DVP team was amazing! Getting work done at an auto dealerships is always difficult becuase of the logisitcs of moving inventory around. They worked with us on schedueling and the lot rennovation project didn’t interfere with business. If your property needs work….Call these guys, they know what they are doing.
– Jim M – Site Engineer – Large Automobile Dealership Group in the Mid-Atlantic Region.
delaware valley paving does work for us now in 26 states. You guys are the best paving vendor we work with!
Director of facilities – national big box retailer
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