We are well-known in Utah for selling a great range of gravel that can be used to make outdoor areas like gardens, paths and driveways both functional and attractive.Read More
Bolinder Resources is highly efficient in carrying out any kind of crushing operations at your site in Utah. We have crushers to reduce large rocks into stone dust, gravel, or smaller rocks.Read More
Bolinder Resources produce different grades of silica by crushing, grinding and washing the high grade quartzite rocks. It can be used for manufacturing of disodium ultramarine, glass and heat resistant ceramics.Read More
We produce high-quality ballast from natural deposits of limestone, dolomite, quartzite, trap rock or granite. It provides drainage, track stability and serve as a bed for railroad tracks.Read More
Bolinder Resources is headquartered in the center of Tooele Valley Utah. Providing Quality Products & Services to Government and State Agencies, Engineers, Contractors & Homeowners for all of Utah. Now a third generation owned company we specialize in Custom Crushing, Industrial Processing, Railroad Ballast, Sand & Gravel & Silica Products.
When it comes to meeting your particular needs for any type of Topsoil, Fill Dirt, Commercial Roadbase, State Spec Roadbase, Boulders, Bedding Sand or Landscape Rock, Bolinder Resources is the perfect fit. Our aggregates are used in road bases, concrete, asphalt and other construction related areas.
Our customers range from individuals to global corporations. We pride ourselves on adding value to any project, large or small. Our greatest resources are the experienced, hard working professionals that make our company what it is. We are committed to providing every customer with quality products and services on any level. We pride ourselves in being readily available to our customers, and having an experienced and professional staff whose work is top quality. Give us a call to see how we can help you today.
Bolinder Resources, L.L.C. a great resource for sand and gravel in Utah has been around for three generations. As summer begins to approach think of […]Read More