Our expert crews lay hundreds of miles of asphalt every year, on newly built roads as well as old. The reason we’re capable of completing so many contracts per season is that, unlike the majority of other paving companies in the region, we manufacture our own supply of asphalt in-house. At Blythe, we own—and have complete control over—11 asphalt plants located across the Carolinas. The result is fewer product shortages and greater control over quality, which allows us to save our clients time and money.
Our paving crews have performed award-winning laydown work on roads throughout the Carolinas. Whether a client requires patching for an existing damaged or worn-out roadway, or you’re paving fresh, Blythe will deliver a product that is both durable and sustainable for years to come. Taking into account traffic conditions, probability of flooding, and ground quality, we’ll develop a custom material that’s perfectly suited to a particular project’s needs.
Our paving operation is set apart by our 11 company-owned manufacturing plants, strategically located across North and South Carolina to service projects anywhere in the region. Every one of our 11 plants have received the prestigious Diamond Achievement Award from the National Asphalt Achievement Association (NAPA). Each plant utilizes state-of-the-art equipment and controls and has access to nearby quarries for the raw materials needed to produce the product. Blythe also operates its own in-house emulsion plant, located in Charlotte, NC. Our staff of emulsion experts works hand-in-hand with our asphalt technicians to create cutting-edge product.
Blythe uses its asphalt manufacturing plants to serve our own project needs, and also the needs of other paving companies. Blythe’s asphalt mixes meet all NCDOT and SCDOT specifications, and are always available at a competitive industry rate.
This $21.5 million project widened Little Rock Road, improving the connection to Wilkinson Boulevard
The N.C. Department of Transportation awarded Blythe Construction the $187 million bid to widen an eight-mile stretch of Interstate 85 in Cabarrus County, beginning in spring of 2015.
Part of the highly anticipated Charlotte commercial complex known as Camp North End, the Gama Goat project involves repurposing a former military munitions facility...
This $140 million construction project completed the entire 67-mile I-485 Loop