If you're driving through Waukesha County, chances are Wolf Paving originally created the road that's taking you where you need to go. That's because Wolf Paving was instrumental in developing key parts of southern Wisconsin — and continues to pave the way today.
In 1941, Lawrence Wolf started Wolf Construction as an outlet for his mechanical expertise obtained as a vehicle mechanic. The company originally focused on manufacturing sand and gravel for the expanding Waukesha and Jefferson County economies.
The population movement started to discover Waukesha County in 1954, and Wolf was the company of choice to develop the land. Between 1954 and 1964, the majority of all subdivisions in the county were developed by Wolf. A few other landmarks built by Wolf include Hwy 100, Hwy 59, and the Waukesha bypass.
As time went on, Wolf continued to grow. In 1978, Wolf moved to the Dane County area by purchasing Construction Supply, a local paving contractor. Wolf now continues to move to new locations as the market expands with the demands from our growing customer base.
Today, Wolf Paving is a third-generation family-owned business with various locations throughout South East Wisconsin: From Lake Michigan to Lake Geneva and Beaver Dam to Spring Green, and everything in between.
With its long professional history, the experts at Wolf Paving are experienced and trained to handle virtually any paving project of any size, whether it is residential, commercial or municipal. We are the only local company that will meet all your asphalt needs from driveways to highways.
Today Wolf Paving is run by the third generation of Wolf family members who are committed to continuing the Wolf experience through involvment and giving back to the local communities. The current generations are also outdoor enthusiasts who are working to actively improve and save our environment and the way we do business together with the environment.