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Business Listing   Merrill Paving - Wallkill, NY - Phone: 1 (845) 566-5792


Business Listing   Pm Paving & Seal Coating - Wallkill, NY - Phone: 1 (845) 895-7600


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Helpful Definition for: Paving Contractors

Paving contractors work for huge projects, such as highway development or paving country roads, paving airport terminals and runways or working on virtually any other job where paving is required in Wallkill.Paving contractors are responsible for meeting and connecting with new clients to submit bids or to obtain new business in Wallkill .

Paving contractors are responsible for building roads, parking lots, building pads and even driveways in Wallkill.The contractor may be responsible for hiring, training and supervising all employees from office staff to laborers. The contractor must do a cost analysis including supplies, labor, equipment charges and all other expenses that may be anticipated while working on a project.

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