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Leverage Quarried Materials for Civil Construction
From material selection through site preparation, delivery coordination and on-time arrival at your location, Coldspring makes the entire experience smooth and worry-free for you.
Sustainability and responsible quarrying
For a variety of civil construction applications, natural stone provides an environmentally responsible alternative to concrete, composites and other commonly used materials. Natural stone is more durable than these materials, and it requires minimal processing. It is also available locally in most markets, reducing transportation costs and fossil fuels usage.
When it comes to leveraging quarried materials for civil construction purposes, superior product availability and proximity are only part of why you should partner with Coldspring. You’ll also have a dedicated, experienced team of specialists working on your behalf and applying industry best practices throughout the process.
As one of North America’s largest and greenest natural stone quarriers, Coldspring offers an abundant supply of quarried materials that are unsuitable for dimensional stone applications, available for use in creating jetty, rip-rap and aggregate.
ROAD BASES | EROSION CONTROL | SHORE PROTECTION | DAM RECONSTRUCTION | BITUMINOUS MIXTURE
Coldspring offers quarry blocks for projects around the globe. When Coldspring provides your building materials, you’ll experience the unmatched quality of the product combined with the level of integrity, reliability and dependability you have come to expect. Standard blocks range in size from 290cm (and less) in length x 172 cm (and less) in height. Larger and custom sizes available upon request.
See how quarried materials can fit into your next project
Here are just some of the ways we have helped customers specify durable, sustainable and plentiful natural stone material for their road construction, landscaping, erosion control, shore protection and dam reconstruction projects.
To improve the dam’s ability to withstand seismic events and to meet state and federal safety guidelines, Pacific Gas...
In order to improve mobility and safety for motorists traveling along the Highway 23 corridor, the Minnesota Department of...
In 1992, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers re-diverted the Colorado River to flow into West Matagorda Bay, the...