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Archer: 18515 SW Archer Rd., Archer, FL. 32618 ---------- Gainvesville: 930 SW 3rd St, Gainesville, FL 32601 (352) 495-2044 and (352) 372-1237

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57 Stone is a course aggregate that may be processed from gravels, granites, limestone, dolomite, sandstones, or other naturally occurring hard, sound, durable materials meeting the gradation requirements of Table 1, Section 901-1.4, of the Florida Department of Transportation's Standard Specification. 57 Stone averages up to 1-1/2 inch in size. Common Uses: Ready Mix Concrete, Hot Mix Asphalt, Base for Retaining Walls, Base for Driveways, Irrigation applications: such as pipe bedding and Top Dressing: such as gravel roads.

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Ballast

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Recycled Asphalt

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Fill Dirt

Fill dirt is earthy material that is used to fill in a depression or hole in the ground or create mounds or otherwise artificially change the grade or elevation of real property. Fill dirt is usually subsoil (soil from beneath the top soil) and underlying soil parent material that has little soil organic matter or biological activity. Fill dirt is taken from a location where soil is being removed as a part of leveling an area for construction; it may also contain sand, rocks, and stones, as well as earth. Fill dirt should be as free of organic matter as possible since organic matter will decompose creating pockets of empty space within the fill that could result in settling.