Paving and Civil Engineering Contractor, Paving Stone, Asphalt, Aqueducts, Sewers and Pipelines
Residential - Commercial - Municipal - Industrial - Institutional
Théorêt Paving Inc. is a family owned and operated business that has successfully transcended its knowledge and expertise for generations. Today, the company has secured itself as a leader in the region, stemming from the Théorêt family's long entrepreneurial involvement.
In 1960, Mr. Laurent Théorêt founded Laurent Théorêt Ltée et fils with the acquisition of a sandpit in Saint-Polycarpe.
In 1967, Mr. Théorêt lauched an asphalt and paving division, and changed the company's name to Théorêt Paving Ltée.
In 1969, the company secured its first snow removal contract from Mc Callum Transport.
In 1974, in addition to snow removal contracts for private companies, Théorêt Paving Ltée expanded into dump truck snow transportation in Montreal.
In 1984, the company was granted its first municipal snow removal contracts.
Over the years, a number of children and family members became involved within the company.
In 1989, a new generation of shareholders joined the company. Mr. Laurent Théorêt transferred his shares to sons Michel and Roger Théorêt, and to his son-in-law André Léger. They eventually renamed the company Les Pavages Théorêt Inc.
In 1990, the company developed its aqueduct and sewer division.
In 2009, a third generation of family shareholders joined the company. Jean Sébastien Théorêt, Marc-David Léger and Hugo Chiasson, all sons of the owners, became involved in business operations.
Les Pavages Théorêt inc. spans three generations and 55 years of experience. What began with a sandpit is now an economic success story in the region, with nearly 50 employees and close to 40 units of specialized heavy machinery.
Residential and commercial paving projects:
Des Pionniers Street, Salaberry-de-Valleyfield
Centre Multisports, Vaudreuil-Dorion
École des Orioles, Saint-Zotique
Pont Masson, Saint-Canut
Works for the Commission Scolaire des Trois-Lacs
Several Caisse Desjardins branches
and many more...
Pumping station on 34th Avenue, Notre-Dame-de-l'Île-Perrot
Water treatment plant and aqueduct network, Pointe-du-Buisson