Southeast Metro Is Now the Main Source of Twin Cities’ Aggregate, Star Tribune Reports

As Star Tribune reports in its October 18 issue, Twin Cites’ southeast metro area has now become the main source of sand and gravel, key ingredients in the production of aggregate, a particulate material used in construction. The area is now the center of aggregate mining, while many other sources around the metro have been depleted.

Local aggregate producers, a number of whom are Monroe Moxness Berg clients, depend on readily available material that does not require long-distance transportation, thereby keeping down the costs of aggregate-dependent construction projects.

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Wojciech Kotas