Our leaders operate from our primary locations in Chantilly and Norfolk, Virginia to ensure a single standard of quality is upheld in all our operations. Their combined talents and decades of experience within the industry guarantee the that highest level of responsiveness and service is provided to our clients. Virginia Paving Company’s vision for excellence is driven by our management. Their loyalty to our company has driven our success throughout the last two decades, solidifying our organization as the state’s leading asphalt supplier and paving contractor of more than 300 skilled professionals.
Beginning in 1984 as a Project Superintendent in Florida, he expanded his role to take on varying management positions until becoming Vice President of Construction for Blythe in 2005. Mr. Cahill became President and CEO of Blythe Construction in 2010 and then assumed the role of President and CEO of the Hubbard Group in 2013, and undertook securing the company’s reputation as the premier heavy civil contractor of the Southeast. Under his leadership, Blythe and Hubbard expanded their operations continuously throughout the 2000s, while forming a culture of operational excellence and safety first which today forms the heart of our organization. In 2018, Mr. Cahill had a key role in the acquisition and integration of Lane Construction’s Plants & Paving operations, creating what is now Eurovia USA. As President and CEO of the US operations, Mr. Cahill heads a network of more than 3,500 employees operating across the entire East Coast of the United States.
Rod started out working summers as a laborer on a utility line crew, as a crew leader at a ladder factory, as a wheelman on a paving crew, and as a laborer on a vertical construction site. After earning his bachelor’s degree in Survey Engineering from the University of Maine in 1991, he was hired as an instrument man and crew chief on the Pennsylvania Southern Expressway Project in Pittsburgh. Rod relocated to Maine, where he became involved in the asphalt plant and quarry operations throughout the state. Rod was responsible for all survey layout, permitting, cost control, and estimating. Rod then served as a Superintendent on numerous Maine DOT projects across several locations, primarily Belfast, Washington, Calais, and Bangor ME. Additionally, Rod led IRAP projects in Winterport and Stockton Springs, as well as several Aggregate acquisitions across Maine.Since 2002, he has held management positions of increasing levels of responsibility, and has expanded his area of business to include the entire Northeast region. In 2016, Rodney was promoted to Senior Vice President of what was then Lane Construction’s Plants & Paving operations from Maine to Texas. He became Senior Vice President of Eurovia Atlantic Coast, following the 2018 acquisition by Eurovia USA. An active member of numerous industry organizations, Rodney has served as President of the Maine Better Transportation Association, the Maine Asphalt Producers Association, and served AGC of Maine on boards and committees, and is currently a board member of the National Asphalt Pavement Association.
Throughout the 39 years since, he has held positions related to nearly every aspect of construction operations, with a focus on business and construction management. Prior to joining Virginia Paving Company as a District Manager in 2009, he helped to improve the performance and profitability of several other construction companies through his work in varying management positions. He is experienced in managing both public and private projects, with a resume that includes work in numerous states along the East Coast and throughout the southern US. Under Mike’s leadership, Virginia Paving Company has positioned itself as a recognized industry leader in Safety, Quality, Production and Performance. He has also deepened the company’s public reputation through Environmental Stewardship, and ongoing Community Service programs developed by the company. Following the 2018 merger with Eurovia USA, Mike now oversees plant and paving operations as Vice President of Virginia, South Carolina, and Texas. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Old Dominion University, as well as a Master of Business Administration from the New York Institute of Technology.
He then went on to take on increased leadership roles as Area Manager of the Alexandria operations leading the operations in completing several high-profile projects such as the I-495 and I-95 Express Lanes projects. In 2014, he earned a Master of Business Administration degree from Pennsylvania State University. In 2016, he took on his current leadership role as Division Manager of Virginia Paving’s Northern Virginia Operations. Under his leadership Virginia Paving Company has cemented their position as an industry leader. In recent years Virginia Paving Company has been recognized by many stakeholders for their outstanding performance in Quality (Virginia Department of Transportation Statewide Maintenance project of the year 2016 and 2017), Environment Stewardship (Virginia DEQ VEEP E3 Member, and Safety (VTCA and HCCA safest construction operations awards).
He held a variety of positions throughout his 38 years of service with Asphalt Roads, including Vice President-Owner responsible for operations prior to the Eurovia acquisition. Mr. Minson continues in managing the Hampton Roads Area for Eurovia with an experienced successful team through continued relationships with both public and private entities in Hampton Roads.
Upon graduating from the University of North Carolina—Chapel Hill, with a bachelor’s degree in business administration, Mr. O’Connor began his career in highway construction in 1972 with the Rea Construction Company in Charlotte. His roles advanced from Quality Control, Asphalt Plant management, Operations Engineering, to Vice President of Virginia operations. In 1997 he took on the duties of Executive Vice President of a privately held company in central Virginia. In 2005 with the acquisition of Rea Construction by Lane Construction Company, he returned to aid in the transition of these two large companies. In 2010 Mr. O’Connor returned to Virginia to direct operations in Stafford and Hampton Roads. Mr. O’Connor has held leadership positions in the National, Carolina & Virginia Asphalt Associations and many local groups. His asphalt plants have been recognized as NAPA Diamond Award winners. Most notably, Virginia Paving Company has been the recipient of the annual Virginia Transportation Construction Alliance’s Award for Outstanding Safety for the past six years. In his current role with Virginia Paving Company, Mr. O’Connor continues to develop a strong management team focused on the growth of personnel, profitability, and most importantly safety.
Suzanne has held numerous accounting and management roles within the industry, and joined the Eurovia USA Team in 2018 as a Business Manager, following the acquisition of Lane Construction’s Plant and Paving group. Throughout the integration of the Plant and Paving group, Ms. Heath has facilitated key projects and processes, and continues in her leadership role working with the executive and management teams in shaping Eurovia USA’s business model.
Soon thereafter, Jaime realized his passion was in the Human Resources sector and pursued an opportunity with ZGS Communications, a national multi-media company where he excelled as an HR team member for over 7 years. In 2017, Jaime joined The Lane Construction Corporation as an Area Human Resources Representative supporting the Plants & Paving Division. As the current Human Resources Representative for Eurovia Atlantic Coast – South, Jaime provides direct HR support to the Virginia, South Carolina & Texas markets.