Gravel Types

  • Crushed Concrete MDOT 825B Spec
  • #57 Washed Brown Gravel
  • Crusher Run Limestone
  • #57 Limestone
  • #4 Limestone
  • 3″ Limestone
  • Rip Rap 100#


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Crushed Concrete MDOT 825B Spec

This crushed concrete meets DOT specs for roadway usage. It’s also used as concrete foundation material, driveways, railroad sub base, and airfield base material. 

#57 Washed Brown Gravel

Also known as river rock, #57 washed gravel will be brown with rounded edges – unlike limestone which will have jagged edges. The gradation for #57 washed brown gravel is the same as for #57 limestone.

#57 Limestone

Typically used for driveways, paths, drainage, back-filling retaining walls and as road base, this stone with defined edges averages .75″ or less in diameter.

#4 Limestone

This is typically used for roads, driveways and parking lots. It is 1.5″ to 2.5″ in size. It is a whitish-gray solid stone that has been crushed to size. It will have defined edges instead of being round in shape. 

3" Limestone

This coarse grey/white limestone is between 2 and 3″ in diameter, and is useful in applications where a larger limestone rock is needed – drainage areas in particular.

Rip Rap 100#

Large, loose angular stones used around lakebeds, drainage ditches, culverts, etc. to promote proper drainage and erosion control. 

We take used concrete and grind it - to turn it back into usable material for your next construction project.