New Ulm Quartzite Quarries, a Midwest aggregate supplier, is situated on the eastern edge of New Ulm, Minnesota, 75 miles southwest of Minneapolis. With operations beginning around 1861, it is one of the oldest businesses in New Ulm and boasts a remarkably long history of success in the Minnesota aggregates industry. The quarry is open for sales all year and is served by the Canadian Pacific Railroad. Tours for large groups may be arranged upon request.
Our employees are experienced, well-trained, well-respected, and take pride in doing the job right. Our quality control department ensures that each product is of the highest quality and our field personnel apply each product using nothing but the most up-to-date technology. Our strong history of success speaks for itself – we know how to produce the best quality aggregates and deliver unparalleled customer service. We are proud of our reputation for providing quality and dependable service to our customers and are confident that we will exceed even your most lofty expectations.
New Ulm Quartzite Quarries joined Oldcastle Materials, Inc. in 2011. Oldcastle Materials is the leading vertically integrated supplier of aggregates, asphalt, ready mixed concrete, and paving services in the United States. Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, it employs 17,500 people 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, New Ulm Quartzite Quarries maintains a local identity which allows it 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, APAC, Cessford Construction Company, Des Moines Asphalt and Paving, Hallett Materials, Mallard Sand & Gravel, OMNI Engineering, Southern Minnesota Construction, and Tri-State Paving.