12:00 PM:

Respect is how I live my life. I take my family to church every Sunday, making sure my ministry has the same strong foundation as my work.

7:00 PM:

In the life of paving & concrete, it’s best to plan ahead. I’ve spent part of the weekend talking with our General Manager Matt, planning out the week’s jobs. Sometimes he comes over for dinner to do it – I make it a point to take care of my family.

Paving & Concrete


4:00 AM:

I start my day. I put on my boots, my belt, and I go to a job I love.

5:00 AM:

By the time I get to work, I’ve already called in the mix from the asphalt plant. I buy pie for the guys over there, because Respect is more than just good business: it’s a way of life.

5:45 AM:

I watch the trail of trucks on Route 59 rolling out, headed to get the jobs done. I’ll never get tired of that sight.

6:30 AM:

We’ve reached the job site, and we get right to work. I’ve customized all the crews based on their strengths and unique skills. And I work hard to inspire the best in us.

7:30 AM:

We’re already out of there and onto the next job. Whatever team I’m riding with today, I work with the foremen to make sure everything works like a well-oiled machine.

8:50 AM:

It’s a bigger job now, but we’re making short work of it. I never order people what to do: I show them, so they know that I know. I am one of them, and we are all a team. And on this team, we never cut corners. We always give 110%.

12:00 PM:

The guys break for lunch. We eat out together all the time – it builds that camaraderie, especially because we’ve still got a few more jobs before the day is done. But as I’m taking off my gloves and heading back to the truck, I look back on the finished lot we’ve left behind. I feel proud. I love what I do. It’s my life, a life built with Respect. And I will never stop.


When you join a tradition that’s changed the industry’s landscape for more than 30 years, your position demands hard-earned respect.



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