Lamarche McGuinty Inc. supplies a full range of high quality aggregate products for use in a variety of sectors - transportation, engineering, infrastructure building, for the construction of railroads, roads, highways, for embankment, retainment and drainage work, for the production of concrete and asphalt, in landscaping, etc. We access a reserve of 100 million tons of blasted rock that we crush to different sizes and specifications.
Since 1977, the Canadian railroad and heavy construction industries have relied on the high quality of our ballast and aggregates for their projects. Whether used in ready mix concrete, railroad track building or road construction, the hardness of our rock makes our products highly resistant and durable.
We are dedicated to constantly supply the highest quality of products. Materials are tested daily at our site and quality is confirmed by independent laboratories.
Ballast produced by Lamarche McGuinty Inc. meets the specifications of railway companies, whether for heavy merchandise or passenger trains. The granite and quartz in our rock allows us to produce a ballast of sustained quality over time that meets the specifications of the American Railway engineering and Maintenance of Way Association (AREMA) manual, AREMA 4A, and the ones for CN Class 1. The most commonly produced types of ballast are:REQUEST A QUOTE
Our concrete stone meets the new BNQ standards for use in ready-mix and precast concrete for infrastructure such as buildings, bridges, homes and septic systems, etc.REQUEST A QUOTE
A large variety of crushed stone can be produced to different specifications mainly used for the construction of roads and highways, embarkment work, asphalt production, drainage and septic systems. Below is a list of the most commonly available stone based on clients specifications.REQUEST A QUOTE
These different sizes aggregates have many usages : protection from erosion, construction of roads and embarkment, retainment walls, foundation for roads and railroads, bicycle paths, etc. The pink color or the larger stone has been particularly attractive for landscapers.REQUEST A QUOTE