Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Employee Spotlight: Johnny Jackson



Atlantic Southern Paving and Sealcoating would like to spotlight our Production Manager, Johnny Jackson. Johnny started at Atlantic Southern Paving in May of 2006 as a CDL Driver/Skid Steer Operator.  It was apparent early on that Johnny was smart, dedicated, and a true leader; and was quickly promoted to Sealcoating Superintendent.

Currently Johnny is the Production Manager for Atlantic Southern Paving and oversees all of our crews, five Project Managers and the 700+ jobs that Atlantic Southern Paving & Sealcoating performs each year. Johnny says the thing that makes the job the most worthwhile is the opportunity for employment Atlantic Southern Paving gives to so many people who would otherwise have a difficult time providing for their families.  He also feels the Team concept throughout the entire company and enjoys the many company perks Atlantic Southern Paving has to offer.



When Johnny is not at work, you can find him exercising, either at the gym or jogging to help clear his mind and stay healthy.  He is also a big Duck Dynasty fan!  We are lucky to have Johnny on our team!



12 comments:

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  4. I need to have the parking lot of business building paved. It's gravel right now and people aren't very satisfied with it. I hope to have the entire thing paved by this weekend.
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  7. Johnny looks like a great asset to the business! I would love to be able to pave some of my back yard. It's incredibly big and I think I could really benefit from having some sort of roadway put in.

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  8. Congratulations, Johnny! What a great example of a quality worker. I would love to have someone like you pave our streets.

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  10. I've been wanting to get some paving done in my backyard for the longest time now. I just want it so that there's a nice paved pathway through my garden. Do you guys know how much something like this would cost on average?
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