Concrete & Curbing

Concrete & Curbing Types

Concrete Walkways & Pads

Concrete is more durable than asphalt. That’s why it’s a more popular pavement material for walkways and dumpster pads, which consistently bear heavy loads.

Concrete Ramps & Loading Docks

Concrete ramps and loading docks should comply with ADA standards so employees and visitors can access your facility safely and with ease. They should also match your existing walkway’s style and color to achieve uniformity.

Curbing: Asphalt, Granite, and Concrete

Curbing serves as a barrier between your property and the road adjacent to your property, protecting people from oncoming traffic. They also control the flow of water from storms and fire hydrants, directing it into the nearest drainage system.

Structures & Other Concrete Needs

Concrete bollards, car stops, walls, and decks are additional features that improve the safety and organization of your paved surface.

The Process

Site Preparation

We prepare the surface and set the formwork, outlining the concrete’s intended shape and size.

Mixing & Pouring

We mix the concrete materials, apply it to the formwork, and smooth the surface.


We allow time for the concrete to set, which involves maintaining the right temperature and moisture level.

Key Benefits

Our Service Areas

Paving The Way You Want It

Georgia’s Wildcat Paving is the trusted name for high-quality maintenance, repair, and installation services throughout Georgia.

Our Office:

1128 Brett Drive SW
Conyers, GA 30094

Have a job outside our service area? No problem. Our Pave America partners are here to help.

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Get in Touch

Want to know more about our concrete and curbing services? Get in touch with a pavement specialist today.