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Southwest Paving Contractors

Southwest Paving Contractors

Southwest Paving Contractors

South 6th Street
Wytheville Virginia 24382
United States

(276) 388-9458

Business Description

Southwest Paving Contractors is a premier paving company specializing in asphalt paving. With a strong commitment to quality and service, they have been transforming communities across the region. Their expertise spans residential driveways, commercial parking lots, and large-scale municipal projects. Leveraging state-of-the-art equipment and a highly skilled team, they ensure durable and aesthetically pleasing results. Their services include new installations, repairs, and maintenance, all delivered with meticulous attention to detail. Southwest Paving Contractors is not just about laying asphalt; it’s about building long-lasting surfaces that enhance the functionality and appeal of every space they touch. Trust them for all your paving needs.

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 Wytheville

Wytheville ( WITH-vihl) is a town in, and the county seat of, Wythe County, Virginia, United States. It is named after George Wythe, a signer of the United States Declaration of Independence and mentor to Thomas Jefferson. Wytheville's population was 8,264 at the 2020 census. Interstate Highways 77 and 81 were constructed to intersect at the town, a long a crossroads for travelers. During the American Civil War, Wytheville had a strategic importance. It was attacked in 1863 (Toland's Raid) and 1865 (Stoneman's 1865 Raid). The town is the birthplace of Edith Bolling Wilson, second wife of President Woodrow Wilson. == History == Wythe County was created in 1789 and named for George Wythe, the "father of American Jurisprudence" and signer of the Declaration of Independence. In May 1790, Chris Simmerman donated 85 acres, John Davis donated 10 acres, and Robert Williams donated 5 acres to establish a town and county seat. Robert Adams completed a town survey in November of that year, dividing the area into half-acre lots.

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