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Baldwin Family Paving

Baldwin Family Paving Service

Baldwin Family Paving

W Camphor Ave
Foley Alabama 36535
United States

(251) 318-9600

Business Description

Are you looking for a qualified asphalt paving contractor with the tools and expertise to offer an exceptional service? Look no further than Baldwin Family Paving, a family-owned and operated company with several years of experience. Our team of contractors is well-equipped with the tools and skills to complete the job within the specified deadline and requirements. Additionally, we value quality and endeavor to deliver a quality service that offers durability and efficiency. Also, we provide an integral service, giving you all the necessary information regarding the service delivery without holding back any information. Call us today for a reliable service.
Contact: (954) 565-7369

Business Hours

Monday8 AM–8 PM
Tuesday8 AM–8 PM
Wednesday8 AM–8 PM
Thursday8 AM–8 PM
Friday8 AM–8 PM
Saturday8 AM–8 PM
Sunday8 AM–8 PM

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About Foley

Foley is a city in Baldwin County, Alabama, United States. The 2010 census lists the population of the city as 14,618. Foley is a principal city of the Daphne-Fairhope-Foley metropolitan area, which includes all of Baldwin County. == History == Foley was named for its founder, John B. Foley of Chicago. As Foley was traveling to President William McKinley's funeral in 1901, he met a railroad agent who told him of the area in South Baldwin County. Foley came down the following year, and liked what he saw, buying between 40,000 acres (160 km2) and 50,000 acres (200 km2) of land. He then returned to Chicago and formed the Magnolia Springs Land Company, currently known as the Magnolia Land Company. As he began to sell off acreage, he realized the need for a better way for the people to come to Foley.Foley used some of his own money to lay the rails so the train could come from Bay Minette. The first railroad station was built in 1905. The original station burned in 1908 and was replaced the following year by the station that is now the city's museum.

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