Aggregates

Aggregate Locations for Peckham Industries

Peckham Industries maintains quarries and aggregate facilities in Massachusetts, New York, and Vermont.

For full details about our aggregate products, review the map below and click on a site near you to see the specific products offered, hours of operation, and other information.

If you need personal assistance or want to inquire about additional products that we may have at our other facilities throughout the Northeast, click on the red “Contact Us/Quote” button to reach our customer service team.

Advantages of Aggregate Products from Peckham Industries

  • We manufacture all NYSDOT, MassDOT, CTDOT, and Vermont AOT gradations. Our quarries produce crushed aggregate from high-quality limestone, dolomite and diabase traprock formations that meet DOT specifications. We have aggregate sources that meet both friction requirements and the stringent specifications required for Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA) and Ready Mixed Concrete. 
  • Strategic locations support your construction projects. Peckham Industries operates high-quality aggregate facilities throughout western New England and eastern New York. These reserves are strategically located to ensure a continuous supply of sand, gravel, and various other crushed stone products for construction use.
  • Portable crushing plants provide flexibility. We operate portable crushing plants to meet the needs of remote or temporary construction projects. Skilled crews can mobilize, set up and produce high-quality sand, gravel and crushed stone in a matter of days.
  • Recycled asphalt reduces costs and is more sustainable. We sell both recycled asphalt pavement and recycled concrete aggregate.

What Are Aggregates?

Aggregate products—including crushed stone, sand, and gravel—are vital raw materials used for construction, agricultural, and various industrial purposes.

Aggregates are essential for building highways, commercial development, and residential construction. More than 90 percent of asphalt pavements and 80 percent of concrete are aggregates. Additionally, aggregates are critical materials used in water purification, in reducing sulfur dioxide emissions generated by electric power plants, and in soil erosion control.