Pavimentos del Genil S.A., owned by the González Reyes family, started its industrial activity in 1978 and 6 years later, in 1984, it became a public limited company.
Building quality urban environments
In Pavigesa our main desire is QUALITY and SERVICE which we have been maintaining for more than 30 years. For Pavigesa our clients are all the people who have a need and make us part of it.
Although times have moved on and our company is expanding more and more, we have never stopped believing in people and in the individual approach to each customer that characterises us.
In the manufacture of Terrazzo and Prefabricated Concrete, we have two well-differentiated plants for the manufacture of our top quality products.
Our manufacturing plants are located in Puente Genil, a town of industrial origin in the province of Cordoba. Our head office is here.
150,000 square metres of extension that make us a national reference in the manufacture of concrete products.
Own fleet with 20 tractors and 25 semi-trailers. 3000 square metres of warehouse space.
Pavigesa was founded in 1984 as a result of our experience and enthusiasm for creating high quality, durable prefabricated elements. It was at this time when such recognisable pieces as the hydraulic tiles of our cities, the interior terrazzo in residential use and the first concrete paving stones began to form part of the collective imagination of Andalusia. Today, more than 30 years later, we continue to believe that quality and effort in each product is the sign that most characterises our company. Today we have more than 2,000 product references in our catalogue, which respond to the new lines proposed by the contemporary city, where the treatment and care of the urban environment has become an elementary aspect for citizens.
At Pavigesa we consider constant renewal to be fundamental, which is why the new lines of photocatalytic paving, colour finishes based on degraded pigments and heterogeneous cuts form part of our avant-garde trends. In this way, we are continuously committed to the research and development of new materials that are more respectful of the environment, a premise that stems from the conviction that the material is the very outline of the city, and therefore a fundamental part in the development of public space.
Alfonso González Escobar