High-quality aggregate for an evolving construction industry.
Dakota Aggregates produces high-quality, consistent aggregates to serve an ever-evolving construction industry. Yet, our locally-owned business is not just about selling aggregates. We build on a reputation of integrity and a tradition of cultivating sustainable customer partnerships. In the process, we remain conscientious about our responsibility to the surrounding communities and their natural resources.
Our state-of-the-art operations are designed with efficiency in mind to contain costs without compromising quality. At the same time, we have the flexibility to quickly adapt to changing specifications to best serve our customers–delivering what you need, when you need it to help you move your projects forward.
Our mission is to produce high-quality, consistent aggregates for multi-functional use in an ever-evolving construction industry, and to cultivate sustainable customer and community partnerships by leading our efforts with integrity and responsibly managing our natural resources.
How do I determine how many tons of material I need?
Every project is different and may require the help of a professional to ensure adequate quantities and proper installation. To determine an approximate amount of material needed, please enter your project details into our Aggregate Calculator.
What is the difference between Tons vs Cubic Yards?
1 US Short Ton (Ton) is the same as 2000 lbs. 1 Cubic Yard (CY) is the same as a 3′ x 3′ x 3′ cube of material. A Ton is measured by weight and a Cubic Yard is measured by volume. All of Dakota Aggregates’ products are sold by the Ton, which is determined by using a certified scale.
What is the difference between Class #5 Gravel and Class # 5 Recycle base?
Both products are appropriate for a variety of applications, including use as a solid base for pavements and pavers, and to surface a driveway. However, a Class # 5 Gravel is made of raw earthen material mined from the ground and a Class # 5 Recycled product is made by recycling reclaimed concrete and asphalt pavements. Class # 5 Recycled product is great for repurposing existing road materials and eco-friendly by eliminating the need to send this material to the landfill.