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  • AGGREGATES - Jurgensen Companies

    There are 16 operations that primarily produce crushed stone, sand and gravel. Whether the project is a school, bridge, or stadium, aggregate is used to get the job done. Jurgensen Aggregates operate distribution facilities throughout Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky.

  • Weeds in Stone & Gravel Driveways; a Superior Solution ...

    Q. I have a gravel driveway, and a lot of weeds tend to grow in it. Is there something not too harmful that will sterilize the ground for 6 months or more I could use to keep the weeds down? {Short answer from McG: No. No such thing exists, chemical or organic.}P. S.: Your advice about using shredded leaves for mulch was great – my privet hedge never looked so good!

  • Rogers Group Inc: Construction Aggregate Materials ...

    Rogers Group Inc. is the largest privately owned construction aggregate, crushed stone, and sand and gravel company in the United States. For more than 110 years, our construction aggregates and hot mix asphalt have been the foundation for homes, schools, hospitals, highways, and other infrastructure critical to the American economy.

  • Fairfax Plant | Luck Stone

    This plant has been integral to the residential and infrastructure development of Fairfax County. Over the years, materials from this plant helped build Interstate 66, Dulles Airport, and many schools and hospitals. The Fairfax Plant has received numerous awards, including the National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association's Environmental Eagle ...

  • About - Memphis Stone and Gravel

    Initially focused on providing base material and roadway surfaces, Memphis Stone & Gravel Co. opened their first wash plant in Iuka, MS. Washed gravel would later become the company's main focus. 1942. To assist with the war effort, Memphis Stone & Gravel Co. was the prime contractor for Dyersburg Army Air Base and Murfreesboro artillery ranges.

  • Hardscaping 101: Pea Gravel - Gardenista

    Dec 30, 2016 · Above: A pea-gravel path abuts a bed of mulch and bluestone pavers, neatly separated by a strip of metal edging. Photograph by Nicole Franzen for Gardenista.. Because of its tendency to travel, pea gravel must be contained by some type of edging material, such as brick, stones, Bender Board, or metal edging (as shown above).