Crushed Stone Supplier
The Cardi Companies are pleased to be a crushed stone supplier for the states of Rhode Island ( RI ), Massachusetts ( MA ), and Connecticut ( CT ). Our aggregate plant is state of the art and is able to produce large quantities of material that can be used in a number of different applications such as drainage systems, concrete and asphalt mixes, along with a number of other practical applications.
We produce all of our own aggregate for each project, which helps to cut down on costs for our customers. Along with being a crushed stone supplier, we also carry a number of different types of stone, such as dry screened sand, bank gravel, rip rap, loam and borrow; as well as crushing stone to 3/8”, 1/2”, 3/4”, 1-1/2” washed and 1/2”, 3/8” dry stone, 3/4” processed gravel and 8” crushed stone. Our fleet of trucks can deliver all materials to your job site to avoid time delay. By using our own aggregate, whether its course for stone and/or fine for sand, we know we are using high quality material that will produce a great end product.
Whether you are looking for a crushed stone supplier, or for more information about the aggregate products we carry, contact the Cardi Companies today. We can answer any questions you have and give you in-depth information about all the products.
Please see our Volume Calculator below.
|Dry Screened Sand||10101||TON|
|Washed Concrete Sand||10007||TON|
|Washed Asphalt Sand||10010||TON|
|RI Pervious Material||10006||TON|
|8" Minus Crushed Stone||30027||TON|
|1 1/2" Washed Stone||10015||TON|
|3/4" Washed Stone||10013||TON|
|1/2" Washed Stone||10012||TON|
|3/8" Washed Stone||10011||TON|
|1/2" Dry Stone||10120||TON|
|3/8" Dry Stone||10110||TON|
|Processed Gravel 3/4" - 3"||30034||TON|
|Processed Gravel - 3/4"||30026||TON|
|Recyc Processed Gravel||30038||TON|
|SCR Loam (NLT/HH)||30031||CY|
|Rip Rap (NLT/HH)||30036||TON|
|#57 Stone (Blended)||10157||TON|
Hopkins Hill Sand & Stone, LLC
Tel: (401) 392-0347
Fax: (401) 392-0367
190 New London Turnpike
West Greenwich, RI 02817
*Based on 2800 pounds per cubic yard