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Nick Griego & Sons' product line includes aggregates used as base rock in roads, parking lots, driveways and highways.

We have a large variety of sand products including mason sand, pipe bedding, sand for golf courses, playgrounds, horse arenas, gardening projects and DEQ filter sand.

Landscapers and homeowners enjoy our great selection of boulders and high quality gravel. See Sand & Gravel for a full description of these products.

Please call our rock dispatch office at 575.935.5400 for more information about these products. We'll be glad to assist you in getting the right product to your project, large or small.

Aggregate Facts

According to the National Stone Sand and Gravel Association, about 10 tons of aggregate per person are used annually in America:

  • Every mile of interstate contains 38,000 tons of aggregates
  • 94 percent of asphalt pavement is aggregate
  • 80 percent of concrete is aggregate
  • About 400 tons of aggregates are used in construction of the average home

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Aggregate Terms

Aggregate: any combination of sand, gravel and crushed stone in its natural state
Fine Aggregate: any material that passes a 3/8 inch sieve, and essentially all of which passes a No. 4 sieve and is predominately retained on the No. 200 sieve.
Coarse Aggregate: crushed stone or gravel almost all of which is retained on a No. 4 sieve.
Construction Aggregate: any combination of sand, gravel and/or crushed stone sold to or used by the construction industry.
Crushed Stone: any hard, sound rock that is produced by blasting and crushing. composed of limestone, granite, traprock or any other hard, sound rock that is produced by blasting and then crushing. Crushed stone is screened to a specific size at the site in stationary or portable plants.
Sand and Gravel: any clean, unconsolidated mixture of fine and/or coarse aggregates found in a natural deposit.

Source: National Stone Sand & Gravel Association Aggregate Handbook.