PENNSYLVANIA: 717-352-2186 • FAX: 717-352-2781 • 3185 Lincoln Way East, P.O. Box 610, Fayetteville, PA 17222-0610

MARYLAND: 240-347-3960 • Hagerstown, Maryland 21742

fci@fayettevillecontractors.com 



Fayetteville Contractors, Inc.
, is south central Pennsylvania’s and north central Maryland’s most comprehensive contracting service for Commercial and Residential Asphalt Paving; Asphalt Manufacturing; Commercial and Residential Excavation; Hauling; Utility Repair and Installation Services; Demolition; Stream Restoration; and Snow Removal. Explore our “Services” link above to review all of the service options our team can provide!

ABOUT US

Unlike impersonal corporate contractors, Fayetteville Contractors is family-owned so when it comes to your project, good is never good enough and it’s why we focus on doing it better every time. Our entire team of professionals has adopted this philosophy and is dedicated to the highest quality of service and products leaving you with impressive results.

OUR HISTORY

In 1941, Paul K. Deardorff started a business and stone quarry known as the Fayetteville Stone Company. The quarry was dismantled and permanently closed in 1948.

From 1948 to 1962, the business was operated as Paul K. Deardorff, Excavation and Grading Contractor. They performed basement excavations and other private work for individuals in the area. In later years, the business expanded to include site excavations for schools, hospitals, churches, industrial and residential developments. Also started during this time was the company’s involvement in utility construction.

In 1963 the business was incorporated as Paul K. Deardorff and Sons, Inc.. In 1966 a second company, Fayetteville Contractors, Inc. was incorporated to exclusively do public utility projects. These two companies were merged in 1974 with the surviving company named Fayetteville Contractors, Inc..

Paul K. Deardorff served as president of both companies until his retirement in December of 1976.

In 1972 Glenn, Robert and Donald Deardorff purchased a paving business and named it Fayetteville Paving Company. The paving company was purchased by Fayetteville Contractors, Inc. in December 1976.

Since 1977 Fayetteville Contractors, Inc. has diversified into asphalt manufacturing, site excavation, hauling, paving, road building, utility construction and excavation for residential and industrial developments.

From 1977 to present, Glenn E. Deardorff, Sr. has served as president of Fayetteville Contractors, Inc.

TESTIMONIALS

Satisfied customers are a great asset to our company and their words speak volumes when it comes to the quality and care we work hard to provide. But don’t take our word for it . . . read a few of the many complimentary comments or customers have sent us . . .

Eric, just wanted to say thanks for a job well done at both fire stations. Please relay to Mark and his crew on how pleased we were with the work that they did. Once again thanks and have a great weekend.Regards,

William M. Fitzgerald
Emergency Services Chief
Chambersburg Fire Department

Darren, thank you for a job WELL done! Mark & his crew were outstanding . . . so meticulous to detail, cutting in around the garage, careful not to splash asphalt on siding & careful laying pavement next to my new stamped concrete sidewalk. Each man performed so well and collectively.I am extremely pleased with the finished driveway! I told the staff so but I would appreciate it if you would convey my sincere thanks to Mark & his crew. It would mean so much to them hearing it from you. Thank you for everything!

Sincerely, Judy S.

Eric, I think the FCI crew did a great job. I’m impressed by their skills and their willingness to take the initiative in getting things done. I have had several people comment on the looks of the vacant lot after it was leveled and the top soil applied.Please extend my thanks to all those who were involved.

Merry Christmas and many thanks, Bill F.

Thanks for the pictures! Love the driveway’s especially the blacktop!! Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!

Earl & Brenda M.

Eric, please let your foreman and crew know they did an excellent job and if you ever need a reference please let us know!

Many thanks, Kim & Tony

Eric, thanks for the pics. There was a auto accident in the field next to the house on Saturday and the fire trucks used the new driveway to get to it and it held up great! You guys do a hell of a job!

We have had lots of compliments.

Thanks, Pat T.

FCI BLOG

Knowledge is important when it comes to understanding our services. To help you better understand some of the terms and processes involved in our services below is a “Glossary” of terms and some helpful advice as well as other information you may find help.

We have gained so much from our community and in return we give back at every opportunity including contributing to community events. Please browse the images below under “Our Community” to see the latest.

OUR COMMUNITY

Without our community and its citizens, we would not be the thriving company we are. That’s why FCI continues to give back and contribute to the people and the place we call home. Click on the thumbnail images below to take a look at the artistry being displayed by FCI at the annual “Chambersburg Ice Fest” we enjoy participating in during winter.

The Chambersburg Annual Ice Sculpture Festival


GLOSSARY

Aggregate
Stone or gravel that was crushed and screened to various sizes for use in concrete, asphalt or road surfaces used in concrete repairs and new concrete placements.

Asphalt (Blacktop)
A dark brown to black cementitious material in which the predominating contents are bitumens, which occur in nature or are obtained in petroleum processing. Asphalt is a constituent in varying proportions of most crude petroleum and used for paving, roofing, industrial and other special purposes.

Asphalt Pavements
Pavements consisting of a surface course of asphalt concrete over supporting courses such as asphalt concrete bases, crushed stone, slag, gravel, or portland cement concrete.

Backfill
Materials used in refilling a cut or other excavation, or the act of such refilling along the asphalt pavement edges.

Base
The course or layer of materials in a roadway section on which the actual pavement is placed. It may be of different types of materials ranging from selected soils to crushed stone or gravel.

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CONTACT US / CAREERS

PENNSYLVANIA: 717-352-2186 • FAX: 717-352-2781 • 3185 Lincoln Way East, P.O. Box 610, Fayetteville, PA 17222-0610

MARYLAND: 240-347-3960 • Hagerstown, Maryland 21742

fci@fayettevillecontractors.com

Contact us for more information on our services and to request a free estimate on your job.

To become part of our team select one of the following applications:

Employment Application for CDL License Holders

Employment Application for all other positions and non-CDL License


GLENN E. DEARDORFF, SR., President

GLENN E. DEARDORFF, JR., Vice President / Treasurer
chipdeardorff@fayettevillecontractors.com

DARREN L. DEARDORFF, VP of Paving Division

ERIC M. DEARDORFF, Paving Estimator / Assistant Secretary
ericdeardorff@fayettevillecontractors.com

LAURA SHERMAN, Secretary / Assistant Treasurer
laurasherman@fayettevillecontractors.com

LONNIE DOYLE, Project Manager / Chief Estimator (Excavation Division)
lonniedoyle@fayettevillecontractors.com

TIM FRIESE, Project Estimator
timfriese@fayettevillecontractors.com

KAREN DOUB, Receptionist / Bookkeeping
karendoub@fayettevillecontractors.com