For many years, Philips Paving Company has been the most reliable and experienced asphalt paving contractor in Shawnee KS and the surrounding areas. We have provided expert parking lot installation, asphalt repair, and pavement maintenance services to residential homeowners, local business owners, and property management firms all over the Kansas-Missouri area for decades.
Best Paving Services in Shawnee, KS
- Asphalt Paving
- Asphalt Repair
- Asphalt Installation
- Asphalt Resurfacing
- Residential Asphalt
- Commercial Paving Services
- Running Track Asphalt Paving
- Pavement Maintenance
- Parking Lot Repair
- Parking Lot Paving
- Industrial Asphalt Services
- Asphalt Maintenance
Why Choose Us
We keep our paving contractors up to date with the latest in paving techniques, use top-tier asphalt products, perform our duties in a timely matter, and use the latest generation of paving equipment on every project.
Our customer’s needs come first on every paving job, so we center our focus on our customer service and value it just as much as our asphalt paving workmanship.
The general manager has more than 35 years of experience in every aspect of business management, and our founder has more than 40 years of experience in the asphalt paving industry, both using their experience to aid in every paving job.
About Shawnee KS
A city in Johnson County KS, Shawnee is the seventh most populous municipality in the Kansas City metropolitan area with a population of 67,311 as of 2020. It served as a government road that connected Fort Leavenworth to Fort Riley. Throughout the mid-19th century, branches of the Santa Fe Trail and Oregon Trail saw travelers happen through the area. It was officially laid out as a town in 1857.
The area features a lot of good brewing companies, parks and natural areas, and throwbacks to prior years. Shawnee Town 1929 is a recreation of a 1929-style town, a place stuck in time and serving as a local museum showcasing moments in Shawnee history. The local breweries often feature small eateries and other opportunities to glance at bits of history, many of them being established decades ago and surviving to the present day. Finally, local monuments are small pieces of history, such as Pioneer Crossing Park, representing the place pioneers crossed as part of the start of their west journeys.