Dykes Paving Blog

Dykes: Paving the Way to Greener Construction

Long before there were economic incentives and mandates for more eco-friendly building practices, Jim Dykes of Dykes Paving was developing products and processes that provided performance and cost savings while reducing environmental impact. Shortly after Dykes graduated from Georgia State University and founded Dykes Paving & Construction, he began experimenting with recycled asphalt. Dykes created a […]


Increase in Potholes in Atlanta

Weather and Asphalt Conditions Affect Private Property Owners A recent increase in rain, snow, and moisture in Atlanta’s weather is leading to an increase in potholes forming around the city. Drivers have seen costly repairs in damage to their vehicles while property managers, who maintain paving for commercial and residential real estate, also have seen […]