Building Aggregates You Can Trust – How Concrete is Essential for Construction Projects
What is the difference between cement and concrete? What happens if quality aggregates are not used in concrete mix?
Locally Sourced Natural Aggregates and their many advantages
The Great Lakes region, including Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Ohio is an area abundant in quality natural aggregates.
Road Base for Road Construction – INDOT #53 Limestone’s Many Uses
Crushed limestone aggregates make a strong road base, and Shoreline’s INDOT #53 Limestone is ideal for road construction projects.
What is Limestone and Why Do We Need It?
Limestone is a natural resource so basic to daily life, it is often overlooked. It’s many uses make it a vital aggregate to our society.
Using Recycled Concrete
Recycled Concrete is made up of asphalt debris from other construction projects & used as aggregate for fill, road base or new concrete
Pro/Angle® – How Does Your Sand Measure Up?
Pro/Angle is a trusted bunker sand – for good reason. Sand quality, appearance and playability matter when designing your golf course.
Aggregates in Railroad Ballast
Railroad ballast is one of the most demanding applications for aggregate, or crushed stone. Shoreline delivers both expertise and aggregates.
Aggregates in Rebuilding Infrastructure
Small towns and big cities are built with, connected by and maintained with aggregates. Aggregates are the basic building blocks upon which society is built. Today’s infrastructure – our roads, bridges, highways, airports, utilities, hospitals and more – are built using limestone, gravel, sand and crushed concrete.
Aggregate Delivery – Shoreline’s material sourcing strategically located for quick, cost-effective delivery
Shoreline’s material sourcing is strategically located for quick aggregate delivery. Keep your project on track and on budget with Shoreline.
Construction Aggregates 101
Construction aggregates include materials like sand, gravel, crushed stone, slag and geosynthetic aggregates used in the construction sector.