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OUR COMPANY


Memphis Stone and Gravel Co. is a locally owned and operated aggregate supplier to Memphis and North Mississippi. In business since 1910, Memphis Stone and Gravel Co. has earned a reputation for supplying outstanding construction materials to the markets it serves. We have continued to protect lands we mine all the while restoring resources to productive and beautiful uses after mining.

Our products include high quality fine and coarse aggregate for ready-mixed concrete and asphalt concrete. We process a variety of sand products, road base materials, shoulder gravel, clay gravel, landscape rock, drainage rock, and pea gravel.

Our aggregate offers the highest quality, best value, and most natural look!

 

OUR FUTURE


In 2014 we began construction planning of our newest state of the art wash plant facility. The Desot Plant is located in Southaven, Ms in Desoto County. This site began supplying high quality locally produced aggregate to the Memphis Market in 2016. The site was featured in Pit and Quarry Magazine, read article.

 

A facility that will maximize recovery of sand and will add a high quality masonry sand to its product line.

Production up to 800 tons per hour of raw material.

The new Desoto Plant will provide material to most of North Mississippi and the South Memphis Metropolitan Area for many years into the future.

 

LATEST NEWS

 

See the latest projects MSG including permit applications >more 

 MSG sister company Lehman Roberts launches its own website, see more  >Here  

 

  MSG supports "Ollie the Otter" and his message for car seat safety! 

 

Learn about the mining cycle and see some recent articles about MSG's operations!  >more  

 

Contact our new sales representative, Steve Lee, at 901-947-5700. He or Gary Oakley would be glad to help you with your aggregate needs. 

See more announcements
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