Dispatch & Residential Sales

BV Hedrick Gravel & Sand (Lilesville, NC)
(704) 633-4241

Lake Norman Quarry (Stanley, NC)
(704) 827-8114

Piedmont Sand (Pageland, SC)
(704) 633-4241

Aquadale Quarry (Norwood, NC)
(704) 474-3165

Norman Sand (Candor, NC)
(336) 337-0706

Western North Carolina Locations

Grove Stone & Sand (Black Mountain, NC)
(828) 686-3844

North Buncombe Quarry (Asheville, NC)
(828) 645-5560

South McDowell Quarry (Marion, NC)
(828) 738-0332

Green River Quarry (Flat Rock, NC)
(828) 693-0025

Commercial Sales Inquires & Technical Questions

Material Sales

Warren Moser, President
Cell / (704) 579-0086

Brad Ammons, Sales Manager
Cell / (336) 337-0706

Logan Bell, Sales Associate
Cell / (336)380-4084

Material Sales (WNC)

Jon Neumann, Vice President
Cell / (828) 230-2774

Sam Winfield, Sales Associate
Cell / (828) 712-8794


Rocks Build America

Posted on May 19th, 2016

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DID YOU KNOW? In your lifetime, you will need 1.18 million pounds of stone, sand & gravel. From our roads, homes, and everyday products, aggregate materials are the make-up of our modern world.  For an in-depth look at the impact of rocks in our country, visit the NSSGA website  HERE

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2016 Spartan U.S. Championship Series at Grove Stone

Posted on April 22nd, 2016

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Grove Stone, our quarry outside of Asheville, NC is one of the five race courses hosting the 2016 Spartan U.S. Championship Series. Kicking off in May, the most elite athletes will compete in one race a month at select Spartan Race courses across the county. Race 4 is “Southeast Showdown,” at Grove Stone on August 6th. The races will all be filmed (and then broadcast at a later date) on NBC Sports Television. Whether you are a competitor yourself or an enthusiastic spectator, take this great opportunity to be apart of it all with some of the best athletes out there.



For more on race dates, locations, and NBC air times, check out Spartan U.S. Championship Series official website

Depleted Mines Have Positive Impact On Their Immediate Communities

Posted on April 8th, 2016

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To give you an idea of how expansive a depleted mine is, it will take the crew at the Bellwood Quarry 7 weeks to scale their way all the way around it, making sure that loose rock falls before the real construction begins. This is just the first step in turning the old mine into Atlanta’s largest park and reservoir that will hold more than a billion gallons of the city’s emergency back-up water supply. Later this summer, 70 trucks will transport a custom-built tunnel boring machine to Atlanta, which will dig a tunnel 5 miles long and 12.5′ in diameter under Marietta Street and under Howell Mill Road for water to travel through from the water treatment plant.

Listen to the full story HERE

Hedrick To Attend AGG1 Academy & Expo in Nashville, TN

Posted on February 11th, 2016

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The AGG1 Academy & Expo is the aggregate industry’s leading exposition. Every year, Hedrick Industries attends for a couple valuable days of educational resources and networking. This year’s event is March 22-24 at the Music City Center in Nashville, TN and like past years, the event will showcase comprehensive exhibits about the latest technologies and innovations in equipment, products and services.


Working Within Our Communities

Posted on January 6th, 2016

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Hedrick Industries is head-quartered out of Salisbury, NC and has rich history and ties to the town. A company-owned factory building that has sat relatively vacant since 2003 has new tenets that will bring jobs and industrial development to the area. Composite Panel Technologies (CPT), a division of The Eastern Company of Connecticut, moved into the space last summer to manufacture their composite panels. Composite panels are essentially liners made up of three layers, polypropylene in the middle and aluminum on either side. Since the panels are lightweight and durable, CPT is currently making 1,800 shells for sleeper cabs for the Western Star 5700 series trucks. With the shells made of composite panels, the trucks are more lightweight, which saves on fuel.

John Helms is the plant operations manager at the CPT plant and has lived in Salisbury for nearly 12 years. With intentions to support the community, Helms says they are planning to hire locally as the company grows. Hedrick Industries currently rents our 70,000 square feet of the building to CPT, but there is 30,000 square feet available for future expansion. Joanne Johnson with Hedrick Industries reported that the company is “so joyful” that a company like CPT, that is conscious and hardworking for the community, is using the building.