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Sep

Specialty Asphalt Maintenance Firm Expands Services to Charleston

Charleston, SC – Weaver Construction Services, the leading asphalt maintenance service provider in Myrtle Beach, is pleased to announce their expansion into Charleston and surrounding counties in order to accommodate residential and commercial asphalt and drainage needs and deliver first-class street and parking lot solutions. Shane Peek is spearheading the operation and providing personalized assessments …

4
Aug

The Solution to Ditch Maintenance + Clearing

If you are looking for a quick and efficient way to rid your land or property of unwanted vegetation then look no further. Perfect for post-hurricane clean up, our forestry mulcher service will clear out debris, brush, and trees with precision and ease. Clean out overgrown ditches, drainage or retention ponds, canals, swales, and right …

12
May

Weaver Hits Pavement Hard with Addition of Two Estimators

Weaver Hits Pavement Hard with Addition of Two Estimators; Further Strengthening Client Focus & Service in the Carolinas Myrtle Beach, SC – Weaver Construction Services is pleased to announce the addition of Darren Spears and Eric Willard to the asphalt estimating team based in North Myrtle Beach, SC. Jason Weaver, Weaver Construction Services lead estimator …

6
Apr

Weaver Resumes Operations – Monday, April 6th

We are excited to update you that Weaver Construction Services will be back in the field on Monday, April 6. We are currently updating our production schedules and will be in touch about your project. We are happy to say our current lead times have not been largely affected and the weather may finally be cooperating, too! We …

23
Mar

COVID-19 Announcement from Weaver

Clients, friends, co-workers, suppliers, and vendors – In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Weaver Construction Services has made the challenging decision to temporarily suspend operations for 2 weeks (March 23 – April 5). This is an effort to protect our crews, our communities, and prevent the deadly spread of this virus as much as we …