Monthly Archives: March 2017


Paver technology has changed over time as different civilizations learn from their predecessors and made advancements in the way paving has been done. We talked previously about paver stone work that dated back over 5,000 years and that technology has been found in nearly every great civilization and area in the world since those early influences, from what was Babylon and Turkey, to all over areas of Europe and Asia. In early American history one of the first proponents of paving was none other then Benjamin Franklin. In the mid 1700’s Franklin helped......

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The Roman stone pavers helped make the Romans the biggest powerhouse nation in the world at the time. These amazing stone paved roads interconnected what would come to be known as the first and largest interstate highway system in the world, thus allowing the Romans to speedily bring supplies, communication, trade and commerce across vast networks of cities and towns. Although 50,000 miles of the roads were paved, another 200,000 miles of roads were connected to these main paved highways and byways. Because the Roman Empire was expanding at such a huge rate,......

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