Crushed Aggregate

Crushed aggregate plays a vital role in the world we live in.

Crushed Aggregate Usage

From the roads we drive on to the buildings we live and work in, each person in the United States utilizes more than 10 tons of aggregate annually according to United States Geological Survey estimates.  Our crushing division has been in the aggregate crushing business for 50 years.  We provide quality crushed stone, sand and gravel for road, building, farming and residential projects throughout the Upper Midwest.

Aggregate is crushed, screened and/or washed to meet aggregate design criteria for the various applications in which it is used.


  • Base course material
  • Concrete stone
  • Asphalt mix stone
  • Railroad ballast
  • Landscape stone
  • Structural stone
  • Rip rap stone
  • Agricultural lime
  • Washed stone
  • Recycled asphalt material
  • Recycled concrete material
  • Chip seal material
  • Roofing gravel
  • Gabion stone
  • Topsoil
  • Industrial sand


  • Highways, roads and streets
  • Buildings and houses
  • Commercial and residential buildings
  • Concrete structures (bridges, parking ramps, water dams, waste water treatment plants)
  • Railroad trackbed
  • Landscaping
  • Water filtration and purification
  • Water drainage structures
  • Erosion control
  • Agricultural soil additive (lime)
  • Site reclamation
  • Ball diamond surfacing
  • Livestock bedding
  • Ice and snow control

Contact Us

For more information, please visit our aggregate division’s website: Milestone Materials.

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