Maymead offers the following asphalt services:

  • Mainline Paving
  • Parking Lots
  • Milling
  • Patching


Maymead specializes in asphalt paving operations including resurfacing and new construction projects. Our multiple locations across Tennessee and North Carolina offer both public and private customers the ability to complete projects on time with high quality asphalt products.


Maymead crushes material that meet specifications of Tennessee, North Carolina, and Virgina, satisfying a wide variety of construction needs. In-house testing and careful monitoring assure the quality of each product. We operate with the best equipment and technology available. Constant updating and careful maintenance ensure high production levels and a reliable supply.

As with all aspects of our business, our quarry operations are conducted with a committment to excellence. Maymead is dedicated to safe work practices and operating in an environmentally responsible manner.

Maymead currently operates quarries in Johnson County, Tennessee and Lenoir, North Carolina.


Boone Asphalt Plant
3864 NC Highway 105 Boone, NC 28607
(828) 963-4755
Denver Asphalt Plant
4949 Highway 16 Denver, NC 28037
(704) 902-1282
Hickory Asphalt Plant
1520 Eleventh Ave SE Hickory, NC 28602
(704) 902-1282
Jefferson Asphalt Plant
180 Andy Fowler Road Jefferson, NC 28617
(336) 982-2137
Lenoir Asphalt Plant
2008 Wilkesboro Ave, Lenoir, NC 28645
(704) 902-1282
Marion Asphalt Plant

7418 US Highway 221 North Marion, NC 28752

(828) 756-0047


Mountain City Asphalt Plant

5045 Hwy US 421S, Mountain City, TN 37683

(423) 727-6079


Morganton Asphalt Plant

180 Causby Quarry Road, Morganton, NC 28655

(704) 902-1282
Pineola Asphalt Plant

183 Jonas Ridge Hwy- NC Hwy 181, Pineola, NC 28662

(828) 733-6145

Statesville Asphalt Plant

164 Bostian Bridge Road, Statesville, NC 28677

(704) 872-9204

Environmental Responsibility

Our Commitment

Maymead is committed operating in an environmentally responsible manner. We are constantly monitoring and evaluating to ensure that all operations are conducted in an environmentally responsible manner

Environmental stewardship is a major focus of the United States Department of Transportation strategic plan. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, environmental stewardship is an equally shared responsibility.

The Federal Highway Administration supports and promotes the use of recycled highway materials in pavement construction in an effort to preserve the natural environment, reduce waste, and provide a cost effective material for constructing highways.

Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement (RAP)

Reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP) is the term given to removed and/or reprocessed pavement materials containing asphalt and aggregates. These materials are generated when asphalt pavements are removed for reconstruction, resurfacing, or to obtain access to buried utilities. When properly crushed and screened, RAP consists of high-quality, well-graded aggregates coated by asphalt cement. RAP is processed using a series of operations, including crushing, screening, conveying, and stacking and the resulting processed material is incorporated into asphalt mixes.