The Boxley Way
What is the Boxley Way? It's a delivery truck you can set your watch to. It's a high quality asphalt paving project. It's a custom concrete mixture that's right on spec. It's an innovative block, a cleaner crushed stone, and a trusted partner in building better. It's the Boxley Way. It always has been.
We deliver quality on every project, backed by reliable, responsive service. It's the Boxley Way.
We will be the industry leader in all facets of our business with the talent to sustain it.
Company Core Beliefs
- Work safely.
- Hire and train the best people.
- Involve our employees in the decision-making process.
- Provide opportunities for personal growth.
- Reward outstanding contributions.
- Be honest.
- Build long-term relationships.
- Deliver quality from the ground up.
- Be active participants in our communities.
- Be responsible stewards of the environment.
- Commit to be a little better at what we do each and every day.
- Earn profits to support our corporate growth and beliefs.
Ab Boxley, President & CEO
Washington & Lee University, Economics, 1980
University of VA, MBA, 1983
Ab joined his family's company as a laborer in 1975 and began his career as a Management Trainee at Trego Stone. After completing his Masters degree, he worked in various sales and production positions including Superintendent at the Lawyers Road quarry. Upon the death of his father in 1988 he was named President at age 30; making him the fourth generation Boxley to lead the company.
Tom Johnson, Secretary-Treasurer and CFO
Hampden-Sydney College, Economics, 1973
Prior to joining Boxley in 1996, Tom's work experience included banking, property and casualty insurance, software development and finance. He is responsible for financial planning, accounting and information technology.
Jeff Perkins, COO
Virginia Military Institute, Electrical Engineering, 1984
Jeff was Sales Manager at Solite and Tarmac before joining Boxley in 2001. He served as Vice President-Aggregates prior to becoming COO in 2011. He is responsible for the overall operational success of Boxley.
Larry Bullock, Vice President – Concrete Operations/Trucking
Virginia Tech, Education, 1979
Larry started work with Lone Star Industries and worked in sales, operations and safety. He began his career at Boxley in 1988 as a sales representative in aggregates. He is responsible for all concrete operations and trucking.
Jeb Burton, President - Templeton Paving, Lynchburg, VA
Virginia Military Institute, Civil Engineering, 1979
Jeb served as plant operations manager for Amlite Corp from 1980-1984. He joined Marvin V. Templeton & Sons, Inc. as Vice President of Operations, then President. In January 2011, Boxley acquired the company and changed the name. Jeb is responsible for the operational and financial success of Templeton Paving.
Ed Craighill, Vice President - Sales/Corporate Development
Lynchburg College, American Studies, 1980
Prior to joining Boxley in 1989, Ed's work experience included construction, estimating, sales and marketing. Ed worked in aggregates sales for Boxley until 1994, when he left to run his own roofing business. In 2003 he sold his roofing business and returned to Boxley as President of the block business, prior to becoming Vice President-Sales/Corporate Development in 2011.
Bill Hamlin, Vice President - Aggregates Operations
Virginia Military Institute, Economics, 1979
Bill worked in various sales and management capacities at Carter Machinery Company before starting at Boxley in 1987. He is responsible for all aggregates crushing operations.
Stan Puckett, President - Sawyer Paving, Salem, VA
Virginia Western Community College, Civil Engineering, 1972
Stan worked in various positions for a rock quarry, paving company, and earthwork contractor before joining Sawyer in 1973. Stan was a partner in Sawyer Paving prior to Boxley's acquisition in 2010. He is responsible for the operational and financial success of the company.
100 years and still going strong. Boxley has been a key player in building the infrastructure of southwestern Virginia and surrounding areas.
Boxley participated in a joint community project by donating materials and employee time to rebuild the Hidden Valley batting cage facility.
When we built the new entrance to our Blue Ridge quarry, we paid close attention to our environment and community. That's why we constructed enormous protective berms and created attractive landscaping.
Boxley delivers concrete when our customers need it. It's the Boxley way.