About Us

Founded by Tom and Gary Eosso in 1992, Eosso Brothers Paving has been committed to delivering exceptional quality and unparalleled customer service for over 30 years.

Our journey to excellence has been marked by a steadfast dedication to mastering the art and science of paving. Over the years, we’ve become a distinguished name in the industry, earning clients’ trust and confidence through our unwavering commitment to quality craftsmanship.

By specializing in various paving services, we’ve put ourselves at the forefront of the paving industry, offering expertise in asphalt paving, concrete installations, pavement maintenance, and more. Our team of seasoned professionals combines skill, innovation, and meticulous attention to detail to ensure every project we take on meets the highest standards of excellence.

At Eosso Brothers Paving, we understand the importance of a well-crafted and durable pavement solution. Whether it’s a large commercial paving project, small pothole repair, or pavement maintenance project, we can provide tailored solutions that exceed expectations.

Eosso Brothers Paving Employees
Eosso Brothers Paving Employees

A Proud Pave America Company

In 2020, Eosso Brothers Paving teamed up with Pave America, the nation’s leading network of pavement service providers offering nationwide coverage. Partnering with fellow paving companies in the Pave America network provides us with essential resources, purchasing influence, advanced techniques, and an unmatched reputation. We also have access to contractors across the nation who can deliver the solutions we don’t offer. Thanks to this partnership, our team has been able to grow rapidly and enjoy continued success.

Our Services

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