In Minnesotan communities like Chaska, MN, Classic Company is the professional concrete contractor to call for driveways, walkways, and extensive outdoor living spaces. Our company has generations of experience, and our paving contractors often pass their traditional methods from generation to generation, leaving a legacy of family values and experience. For many years, we have been a cornerstone of Minnesota, providing the state with the latest and greatest paving services.

Your Trusted Concrete Contractor in Chaska, MN

  • Residential Concrete
  • Commercial
  • Paving
  • New Construction
  • Concrete Demolition
  • Patios
  • ADA Ramps
  • Steps
  • Stamped Concrete
  • Stained Concrete
  • Colored Concrete
  • Garage Floors
  • Basement Floors
  • Driveways
  • Patios
  • Walkways
  • Front Entries
  • Exposed Aggregate
  • Additions
  • Sealing
  • Cleaning and Maintenance
  • Foundations
  • Demolition

Why Choose Us

Our company adheres to all ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) standards and complies with all strictures and statutes for all of our commercial concrete paving projects. The trained and licensed paving contractors we employ have a deep comprehension of local construction codes, ensuring any concrete installation, whether a sidewalk, foundation, or patio, meets all necessary regulations. Technology advances at quite a pace, and we keep up to date with it. Our state-of-the-art tools like the GPS Total Station for efficient and precise layouts of new construction, saving everyone time, generating value, and enabling real precision.

About Chaska MN

The county seat of Carver County, MN, Chaska, is known for its historic downtown area around a bend of the Minnesota River. A largely agricultural place in its history, it has recently become known for its historic downtown area and the Hazeltine National Golf Club. The town reflects its Native American cultural past, including places the Mound Builders may have once inhabited. The town’s name is derived from a Dakota word often given as a name to a firstborn male child, the name given to the townsite in 1852. High-quality clay in the area led to it being a brickmaker for several decades. The town is well-known for its agricultural base and brickmaking history, with a solid working-class background evident in its breweries, bars, and other day-to-day restaurant enjoyments and delights. The local golf clubs are nice and affordable; the specialty and gift shops deliver a strong piece of Minnesota flavor, and the historic district features annual celebrations of its history. If you’re looking for a nice place to go, stop by Chaska today, one of the loveliest portions of Minnesota.