Weaver Brothers was Incorporated in 1946 by Carlton and Halsey Weaver. The Weaver Brothers were extremely important in the construction of the highways system in the State of New Hampshire. With their John Deere bulldozer, their 1.5-yard P&H shovel, and rented equipment, they built two pieces of I-89 in Warner, parts of I-93 in Campton and Franconia, stretches of the Kancamangus Highway, and portions of Route 106 in Belmont.
In 1951, Herb Goodwin joined Weaver Brothers and eventually took ownership control of the company in 1973 along with partners Richard Smith and Roger Bates. Weaver Brothers Construction was very involved in construction and reconstruction of railroads under Herb’s leadership.
In 1994, the Bates brothers, Mark, Peter and Jeff, completed the buyout of the company, Mark acting as President until his passing in 2011. Jeff and Peter Bates are the current owners of the firm and have guided the work required by the State of New Hampshire for the very ambitious I-93 widening project which has represented a large part of the company's efforts in the last decade. Learn more at http://rebuildingi93.com/