A Brief Overview of the Company

Pradon Construction and Trucking Inc. has been a leader in providing value-added services to the oil field since 1962 by creating a successful partnership with customers throughout the job process. Pradon pledges to establish lasting relationships with our customers by exceeding their expectations and gaining their trust through exceptional performance.

Pradon Construction and Trucking Inc. specializes in the transportation of tubular goods, oil field equipment hauling, and oilfield dirt construction. We proudly serve all of Texas and southeast New Mexico. Over the years, Pradon has grown and diversified to become a leading provider in the oilfield industry. 

Pradon Construction & Trucking was founded by Pete Pradon, who began working in the oilfield in the late 1950s. After returning from World War II, Pete moved to Odessa, Texas, becoming an oilfield roughneck. Pete married Alma Pradon, and soon after, the two of them decided to get into the oilfield dirt business. With Alma running the office and Pete working in the field, Pete made a name for himself as an extremely hard worker who took pride in doing the job right. Today, Pete's attitude towards business has been passed down throughout the company. Pradon was built around service and continues to build lasting relationships based on this philosophy.

In 1972, Pradon Construction added a small trucking company serving West Texas, starting with only several winch trucks and flatbeds. Today, Pradon has expanded our Trucking Division with a pipe yard over 100 acres, along with an expanding fleet of 100 plus trucks. 

Pradon Construction & Trucking Inc. has provided safe and thorough services for many years, and we have the skills and integrity to make sure your project is completed with excellence. Pradon started as a family business and is now three generations strong and is still committed to service first.

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