The company

Paving your way. Since 1924.

The Wilhelm Schütz GmbH & Co. KG is a German road construction and civil engineering company based in Weilburg, Hessen.

The company was founded in 1924 and currently employs around 300 people at the Weilburg-Gaudernbach and Oberursel-Weißkirchen sites. The main location for road construction and civil engineering work is the Rhine-Main area. The supply of bituminous mix and recycled building materials is carried out from the Oberursel-Weißkirchen site. An asphalt mixing plant, a recycling plant for building rubble and the processing of road construction materials containing pitch are operated here. In addition to the work in road construction and civil engineering, the company also carries out various road maintenance measures.

300 employees

30 trainees

3 generations

2 company sites


Gemeinden im
Winterdienst / Sommerdienst

76.450 m2

Eingebaute Flächen
im Jahr 2017

24.900 m3

im Jahr 2017


Unsere grünen

Company history

A century of innovation and expansion.

1985 / 86

The first stone milestone is set:

Wilhelm Schütz founds his own company.

A giant leap toward a modern company structure

Acquisition of the first pulley for the then exorbitant sum of 40,000 DM.

Successive expansion I

Own mixing plant on the outskirts of Frankfurt (Weißkirchen).

Successive expansion II

Purchase of a basalt factory in Lahr

Time for innovation

Construction of a large recycling plant and founding of the Asphalt Technology Consulting GmbH.

Technological progress

Construction of the new mixing plant in Weißkirchen.

Clearing the road

Launch of Road and winter service for the district of Limburg-Weilburg

A sustainable outlook

Receiving of the hazardous substance protection prize.

Broadening the expertise

Founding of the Wilhelm Schütz Gussasphalt und Abdichtungs GmbH.

3 generations of company history

From founder Wilhelm Schütz and his son Ottmar Schütz sen. up to today’s company owner Ottmar Wilhelm Schütz.

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