Ford Asphalt Projects

Ford Asphalt Company is a large commercial St. Louis paving company. We specialize in a variety of both asphalt and concrete services, and have been working with clients in the St. Louis area for 40+ years. Regardless of whether you need asphalt or concrete work done, we can use our experience in the St. Louis paving industry to develop a cost-effective solution to meet your needs.

Paving Services

Parking Lot Paving

If your parking lot needs repairs, we offer a range of paving services that can help.

Concrete Services

Concrete Services

We tackle all sorts of concrete projects, such as sidewalks, loading docks and curbing.

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Ready to get started on your next paving project? Request a proposal, and we’ll reach out to you.

Our focus on quality and customer service earned us an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. Clients like our paving problem-solving so much that over 90% of our work is repeat business.
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Our Clients

No matter what your paving needs, if you’re in or around St. Louis, Ford Asphalt Company can help to find a solution that works for you.

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Perma Flex Overlay

Cracked or damaged asphalt? Adding an overlay of Perma Flex provides a quality and cost-effective fix. And we’re the only company in St. Louis offering it.

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Recent Posts

See our recent projects and get answers to frequently asked questions from the experts at Ford Asphalt Company.

Asphalt Overlay: What is It and Who Needs It?

An asphalt overlay is a new mat of asphalt applied to an existing concrete or asphalt surface. Typically, an asphalt overlay is 2 inches in thickness. As a rule of thumb, asphalt overlays generally last 10-12 years.

January 2, 2018

Asphalt vs. Concrete: Which Should You Use for Your Paving Project?

We get asked about using asphalt vs. concrete frequently. The answer is…it depends on the application.

December 26, 2017

Asphalt Explained: How Asphalt Works

What is asphalt? A miracle product. Asphalt is a combination of sand and rock held together by oil. The oil serves as the glue binding the sand and rock together. Initially, the oil is heated up to roughly 400 degrees when added to the sand and rock material. When the oil cools, it hardens and…

December 18, 2017