Construction Project of the Year award

11.10.2018

We are delighted that a recent Pave Aways project – a state of the art service centre for OMICRON Electronics UK Limited in Stafford – has been shortlisted in the Construction Project of the Year category in the West Midlands Property Awards.

We are 45!

3.10.2018

1973 was the year that Britain joined the European Economic Community (which became the EU) and the Vietnam War ended – it was also the year that Pave Aways began! Back in October ’73, our focus was civil engineering including groundworks, hard landscaping, and constructing paths, drives and roads for local builders and private clients, […]

Key appointment to spearhead continuing growth

14.9.2018

We have appointed our first ever Business Development Director as part of our on-going strategy for growth. Paul Moran, a chartered surveyor and the former Estates and Facilities Manager at Harper Adams University, will join us in the new role on October 1.

45 years of Pave Aways

12.9.2018

As we head towards our 45-year anniversary, Shropshire Business has taken an in-depth look at Pave Aways, our people, and our achievements, in its latest edition.

Midlands Business Insider construction special

7.9.2018

Pave Aways Managing Director Steve Owen and one of our apprentice bricklayers Lynsey Marchant both feature in the September edition of one of the Midlands’ biggest business magazines in a special feature on the construction industry.

Our first ‘Summer Family Fun Day’

20.8.2018

Thank you to everyone who shared a really memorable day with us last Saturday at the Mereside Community Centre in Shrewsbury. The event raised money for the West Midlands Air Ambulance.

Shropshire Safari raises more than £2,000 for charity

31.7.2018

  There was sun, there was rain, there were high winds and quite a few sore feet – but we did it! Team Pave Aways smashed the Shropshire Safari 2018 and we’ve raised more than £2,000 for our chosen charity, the West Midlands Air Ambulance. We were interviewed by Radio Shropshire as we prepared to […]