Louisville Paving Company Spotlight


Name of Company: Louisville Paving and Construction Company

Company Formed: 1949

Company’s Success: We have experienced, capable people that give attention to detail with the end result being satisfied customers that continue to patronize Louisville Paving and Construction Company for their development and paving projects year in and year out.

Joined ABC: Charter member since 1973

Largest Benefit of Being an ABC Member: Membership in the ABC connects us in a very real way to our industry (competitors, customers, subs, suppliers). In addition, all members benefit from the ABC’s efforts to promote/protect the industry through its legislative efforts, training opportunities and social activities. We are a member in the ABC because of benefits received and out of patronage (nod to Jesse Flynn) to the merit shop values we believe in so strongly. I might further point out that I do not believe that membership in the ABC has ever been more essential. Merit shop ideals are under attack from numerous fronts. We must all support organizations like the ABC that promote and protect our values as business men and women.
*Comments of Joe Dougherty, President

Recent Project: I-64 in Shelby County: Widen I-64 from existing 4-lanes to 6-lanes from just east of Exit 28 (Simpsonville) to just east of Exit 32 (Shelbyville), a distance of 4.93 miles; and reconstruction of the KY 55 Interchange (Exit 32). The scope of work includes excavation of the existing median, storm drainage, soil stabilization, crushed aggregate base, asphalt paving, concrete median barrier, bridge construction, reinforced concrete box culvert, guardrail, lighting, and signalization.

Recent Project:Parklands of Floyds Forks: This project was completed in May 2013 and Louisville Paving & Construction Company was the prime contractor on the $11.8 project. The project includes development of South Beckley Creek Park and Popelick Park. The project encompasses approximately 625 acres that includes a Park road multi use trail known as the Louisville Loop, two bridges, retaining walls, parking lots and natural surface trails.