Seaboard Construction employs asphalt paving, grading and utility crews. Safety and traffic control personnel support the construction crews. Seaboard Construction also utilizes subcontractors for specialized areas of work. Seaboard Construction’s fleet of equipment and vehicles includes pavers, dozers, excavators, graders, compactors, dump trucks, lowboys, distributors. The fleet is maintained by certified mechanics at an in-house shop.
Safety is the number one concern at Seaboard Construction because employees work in one of the most dangerous industries. Seaboard Construction requires employees to attend safety schools, seminars and testing in equipment operation. Crews are regularly scheduled for safety certifications and licensing.
The Georgia Department of Transportation judges over 100 asphalt plants each year. Seaboard Construction won the top award for quality control six times, in 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2012 and 2016. Since it was built in 1997, Seaboard Construction’s Sterling asphalt plant has ranked in the top ten every year.