With a reputation as solid as the earth, Hallett Materials has dominated in the pure sand and gravel industry since 1918. Operating from over 40 aggregate deposits in central and western Iowa, we have the stamina to supply projects as large as multi-phase heavy highway construction, the professionalism to partner with local contractors, and the expertise to provide exceptional service for even the smallest of projects. We continuously evaluate our performance and raise the standards to ensure the safest, most efficient use of natural resources. Our products range from compost, dirt, and sand to large decorative boulders.
Our perpetual drive to be the best includes an open invitation for feedback. We want to know how we can improve in order to better meet your needs. Please feel free to visit one of our offices or contact us via phone or email. We look forward to serving you.
Since its inception in 1918, Hallett Materials, then called Hallett Construction, has expanded through several acquisitions. In 2001, Hallett Materials joined Oldcastle Materials, Inc., the leading vertically integrated supplier of aggregates, asphalt, ready mixed concrete, and paving services in the United States. Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, Oldcastle Materials employs 17,500 employees at more than 1,200 locations in 44 states.
OMG Midwest, a region of Oldcastle Materials, is comprised of ten construction material suppliers throughout Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, Illinois, and South Dakota. As an operating company of OMG Midwest, Hallett Materials maintains a local identity which allows us to gain market position while utilizing the technology, best practices, talent pool, purchasing power, and financial resources of a large organization. Because of this vertical integration, a project can be completed from start to finish by working together with our sister companies, Cessford Construction Company, Des Moines Asphalt and Paving, American Concrete Products, Tri-State Paving, Southern Minnesota Construction, Mallard Sand & Gravel, OMNI Engineering, New Ulm Quartzite Quarries, and Hills Materials Company.