The material division provides aggregate processing, resource development, and recycling. A sampling of construction aggregates available includes Class 7 Recycled Base, washed rock and washed sand, bituminous aggregates, screened sand, processed topsoil, boulders, granite landscape rock, and granite seal coat chip. Call for a complete listing.
Midwest Asphalt Corporation has aggregate yards located all around the Twin Cities area (see locations below). At each of our locations, we accept asphalt and concrete products for recycling and offer aggregate products to contractors and homeowners to be used on various projects.
Custom Aggregate Processing
Midwest Asphalt produces select classes of aggregate that is readily available for general construction use by contractors and private homeowners. As a convenience, our crushing/screening plants are available for relocation to any site for custom processing of natural gravel and recyclable materials. These custom mobile crushing services are provided throughout the Midwest, including Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Nebraska, North Dakota, and South Dakota. Quality control laboratory personnel are also available to monitor materials to make sure the products meet state specifications. For more information, please contact Pete Umland at 612-366-8193.
Interstates, highways, and roadways are all a vital part of the Twin Cities’ infrastructure. Midwest Asphalt takes its role in the paving industry very seriously, and with that role comes the responsibility of reusing materials that have been reclaimed. Asphalt, concrete, aggregate, and other masonry building materials are processed by our plant personnel to create a recycled aggregate base called Class 7. Our facilities are currently accepting clean blacktop, concrete, and aggregate materials at all locations, with the exception of the Hastings Pit.
Utilizing the advanced technology available today, Midwest Asphalt is able to conserve natural resources while creating a superior asphalt product. We take pride in knowing that our efforts will result in a brighter future for the next generation.