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After proudly serving the United States of America in World War II, Ervin Williams, founder of Beltway Paving Company, began working on an asphalt crew.
He worked relentlessly for eleven years, never missing a day. Through this time and experience, he became a master operator of paving machinery. After falling ill for three days, he returned to work to find he had been discharged. At this moment, he realized how underappreciated he had been by his employer despite his years of dedication. On that day in 1966, Ervin's vision for Beltway Paving Company began.
Ervin returned home to discuss this vision with his wife, Evelyn. Evelyn lovingly agreed to help her husband establish Beltway Paving. They started their company with a total of only six employees.
By focusing his dedication on his newfound passion for Beltway Paving, Ervin was able to continue growing the business and became synonymous with the highest quality asphalt paving in Southern Maryland. Ervin worked tirelessly to establish Beltway Paving Company as his legacy.
Ervin began to teach his son, Michael "Mickey" Williams, to operate paving equipment at nine years old. In 1989, Mickey took over the reins of Beltway Paving and transformed it into a multi-million dollar operation. He was able to expand the company into an expansive, highly-respected paving company.
In 2013, Beltway Paving Company announced the retirement of Michael "Mickey" Williams. Upon this decision, Mickey passed the torch to the third generation of the family to own and operate Beltway Paving, his daughter Christine Williams-Murphy.
Christine Williams-Murphy continues our fifty-six (56) year legacy of merit and distinction with her brother, Charlie Williams, by her side in operations. While Christine was trained to maintain administrative operations by her grandmother and co-founder of Beltway Paving, Evelyn Williams, her brother Charlie Williams was trained by their father, Mickey Williams, to become a master operator and maintain field operations. Together, they strive to "Keep It Smooth" as the Williams Family has worked so tirelessly to do since 1966.
The original equipment of founders, Ervin and Evelyn Williams, adorns the entrance of Beltway Companies headquarters as a testament to their dedication to excellence, and as a reminder of Ervin's vision for Beltway Paving Company. At Beltway, we recognize that protecting our employees, the public, the client's property, and the environment is essential in every project that we undertake. We would not be capable of our accomplishments without our employees, and we are extremely grateful for every member of our team that helps us to do so.