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Brasell Plant Extension- Panola County, MS

 

 

Memphis Stone and Gravel Company is proposing to extend the life of its Brasell Mine with the addition of the Robinson and Dugger Properties.  >more info

     
   

Desoto Plant- City of Southaven, MS

Memphis Stone & Gravel Company is planning to install an efficient wash plant operation at this location to mine and process sand and gravel at this location.  The facility will be very sensitive to its neighbors and will direct all traffic onto U.S. Highway 51.  This location will be an important source of construction aggregate for local and regional construction projects, including future work associated with I-269 and the Memphis International Airport.  The site is a very high quality sand and gravel reserve, which are limited in Desoto County.  >more info

     
   

Crenshaw Project - Shelby County, TN 

Memphis Stone & Gravel Company (MS&G) has purchased approximately 46 acres of land at its North Plant operation.  The property is adjacent its existing "Duke"  and 

"Rosenburg" tracts.  There is approximately 22 acres of high quality sand and gravel resources on this tract and it will extend the life of the exiting opearations for 1 to 2 years.  >more info

     
   

Whitten Property - Desoto County, MS

 

Memphis Stone & Gravel Company (MS&G) has leased approximately 193 acres from the Funderburk and Whitten families in order to recover the high quality sand and gravel resources located on the property. This site was formerly granted a conditional use by Desoto County in 2002, which is set to expire within one year. No activity with respect to the conditional use permit has been performed at the site. The City of Hernando has since annexed the property and a conditional use permit is required by the city.  > more info

 

 

     
   

Tillman, Sawyer, Bell - Desoto County, MS

 

 

Memphis Stone & Gravel Company began mining on this property in January 2007. Our conditional use permit allowed a five year production time to complete the project. A time extension is necessary for us to complete the project. No other changes are being requested, only additional time to complete the project. The amount of material to be mined has not been changed from that previously identified during the original conditional use permit. > more info

     
   

Moffatt Property - Shelby County, TN

 

Memphis Stone & Gravel Company is proposing to expand its Atoka Aggregate Facility with the addition of the Moffatt Property.  This property is an important part of this project and will create the most expeditious route to access state  Highway 14.  The material identified on this property is a high quality reserve capable of meeting specficiations for all types of construction aggregate including granualar base material for state and federal highway projects. 

     
 

 

 

Duke Extension - Shelby County, TN

 

Memphis Stone & Gravel Company is proposing to extend its "Duke Estate" at North Plant by the acquisition of the Rosenburg-Williams property.  This project will add approximately one year of reserves to our North Plant facility. 
> more info

     
   

Atoka Aggregate Facility - Atoka, TN

Memphis Stone & Gravel Company (MS&G) owns 179.73 acres, known locally as the Van Cleave Farm, in the southern part of the Atoka town limits. The property is located east of Bethel Road (aka Miller Road), south of Tracy Road (approximately 1/2 mile) and west of Rosemark Road (approximately 1 mile).The property is bordered on the south by the Tipton / Shelby County Border. Memphis Stone & Gravel Company also leases  two other properties  for sand and gravel mining. On March 22, 2006, Memphis Stone and Gravel Company (MS&G) filed an application with the Town of Atoka Board of Zoning Appeals for a permitted use to mine and process sand and gravel on the properties owned and leased by MS&G. This application was approved in June 2006. 

 

Construction has not yet started at the site.  The Town of Atoka recently requested Memphis Stone & Gravel Company to file a new applicaiton to continue the use on appeal. An appilication to continue the previously permitted use was submitted to the Town of Atoka on August 18, 2016. >more info

     
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Seale-Haire Property- Panola County, MS

Memphis Stone and Gravel Company is proposing to extend the life of its Brasell Mine with the Seale-Haire Property. >more info

     

 

 Perry Aggregate Plant - Senatobia, Ms.

Site in operation summer 2006
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