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The current economic situation driven by the COVID-19 pandemic is severely impacting spending. In the coming months, municipalities will see significant reductions to tax inflow. The impact of reduced income could hinder fiscal ability to maintain/improve critical assets including your city streets and highways. Because road repair and maintenance cannot be put on hold, we offer the following option:

National Work Zone Awareness Week, April 20th-24th, calls for Safe Work Zones for All: Protect workers. Protect road users.

Boxley’s number one priority is safety. As an essential business, we have had to adjust our daily business routines while maintaining the safety and wellbeing of employees and our community. National Work Zone Awareness Week is more important than ever this year to underscore the importance of safety.

Dear Boxley Block, Brick & Hardscapes Customers, 

Dear Boxley Block, Brick & Hardscapes Customers,

As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, we are committed to keeping you informed of our operational changes and those of our vendors so that you can plan and make adjustments to your own business. Below are the changes we have put into place as well as important information about our vendors.  If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to your Boxley salesperson.

Boxley looks to hire employees who are committed to living the Boxley way. If you are dedicated to safety, health and wellness and looking for a career that will continue to challenge you to grow, you may have what it takes.

Dear Customer:

Across our nation, businesses are starting the work week faced with the new normal that the COVID-19 crisis has thrust upon us. Boxley remains open for business, but we are adapting how we do business to safeguard the safety and health of our employees and customers.

Boxley’s Lynchburg Block facility welcomed 13 members of Station 7 Fire & EMS Department for a tour and lunch on February 21st.

Boxley 360: Corporate Responsibility Program was awarded the 2019 Community Involvement Award from the National Asphalt Pavement Association.

This national award recognizes a company’s commitment to operations that make them good contractors, good industry ambassadors, and good neighbors. We are proud to be recognized for our commitment to being a responsible corporate citizen and a good neighbor.

Innovation and Sustainable Asphalt Solutions Key to Success  

Boxley’s Asphalt division walked away with top awards at the Virginia Asphalt Association Mid-Atlantic Expo & Conference held this past December.

Boxley’s Rt. 460 Appomattox Bypass Rubblization project won the VDOT Lynchburg District Construction Paving Award and was runner up for the Best Construction in the State Award. Partnering with VDOT, Boxley employed an innovative and cost-effective asphalt solution to repair a stretch of highway in Appomattox where concrete slabs were rocking, creating a rough ride.

Boxley employees from multiple locations around Roanoke, Virginia spent their United Way Day of Caring with CHIP, Child Health Investment Partnership, of Roanoke Valley. CHIP believes that every child should have access to comprehensive healthcare services and community resources.

Our volunteers enjoyed bringing new life to the landscaping at CHIP’s location by weeding, mulching, and planting to create a welcoming entranceway for families who find themselves in need of CHIP’s services.

Boxley employees from multiple locations around central Virginia spent their United Way Day of Caring with Habitat for Humanity.  It is Habitat’s mission to bring people together to build and rebuild homes and communities while catalyzing new pathways to safe, decent, affordable housing.

Our volunteers were eager to apply house wrap and siding, as well as install windows and a door to the recipient’s new home.  Since 1976, Habitat for Humanity has rehabilitated or preserved more than 800,000 homes and helped more than 29 million people.