Parsons Creek Aggregates extracts, produces and sells alluvial sand, gravel and Limestone aggregates for use in construction projects, concrete, asphalt, and landscaping.
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A Joint Venture Between Graymont & Heidelberg Materials
We produce alluvial sand and gravel, and Limestone aggregates products for use in construction projects, concrete, asphalt, and landscaping. Parsons Creek Aggregates produces specialty alluvial and Limestone aggregate products for use in industrial processes, such as insulating rock and radon rock.
Consists of natural materials and materials of fracture. Typically less than 10mm minus (3/8-inch).
Consists of natural coarse aggregates typically 10mm (3/8-inch) to 40mm (3/8-inch)
Base Coarse Aggregates
Dense material specifically graded with a range of particle sizes between 20mm (3/4-inch) to 80mm (3.5 inches).
Alluvial Specialty Aggregates
Specialty sand and gravel aggregate products for use in construction projects, industrialized processes, and household landscaping projects.
Limestone Base Coarse Aggregates
Consists of 100% crushed Limestone material graded to provide optimal performance in proper applications.
Limestone Building Materials
Limestone Specialty Aggregates
Specialty Limestone aggregate products used for construction in industrial processes, bank stabilization, erosion protection, and landscaping.
Environmental Impact Statement
Parsons Creek Aggregates is committed to operating in a safe and environmentally responsible manner. Parsons Creek Aggregates abides by environmental regulations set forth by all levels of government. We believe in reclaiming the land we use to create a sustainable natural habitat for future generations.
Parsons Creek Aggregates acknowledges that we are on Treaty 8 Territory, the ancestral and traditional land of the Cree, Dene and the unceded territory of the Metis people. Parsons Creek Aggregates acknowledges and honours all indigenous peoples who have lived, travelled, and gathered on these lands for generations. We express our gratitude to the indigenous people and make this acknowledgement an act of reconciliation to those whose territory we reside on.