Premier Supplier of Quality Construction Materials and Services

About Us

Founded in 1942 by Frank G. Phillips, we are a fourth generation family owned and operated business and the longest running integrated producer of construction materials in the greater Dayton area.

Our Vision:
Service and Quality Since 1942.

Our Mission:
We are a proud family-oriented team of professionals dedicated to providing high quality products and value added services. We enable business, organizations and individuals to improve their environment and enhance their quality of life.

We manage by our values to satisfy the needs of our customers, employees and signficant shareholders to ensure mutually benefical outcomes.

2013 Safety and Attendance Award Winners: Eldon Hoke, Clint Miller, Chuck Hendrickson, Jeremy Howdyshell, Kurt Klawonn, Grant McCoy, Bruce Price, Jerrod Stultz, Chris Lairson, Wendy Heathcook, Steve Climer, Donny Sherlock, Todd Turner and Steve Back.

Eldon Hoke

Clint Miller

Chuck Hendrickson

Bruce Price

Chris Lairson

Wendy Heathcook

Donny Sherlock

Todd Turner

Steve Back

George Mott

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Green Products

  1. Concrete products – concrete in general provides a durable product that reflects light and heat adding LEED points to construction products.
  2. Concrete mixes can be customized to add additional LEED points.
  3. Pervious Concrete allows water to drain through it retaining precious water resources and eliminating retention ponds.
  4. Concrete mix designs using fly ash recycling waste into a quality product.
  5. Recycled vinyl for expansion joints.
  6. Raider Mix (ball diamond material recycling silts into a quality product.
  7. Recycled concrete products produce crushed aggregates and wall blocks.
  8. Premium Topsoil products using composted tree and yard waste products for natural nutrients.

Green Business Practices

  1. Recycle waste oil for heating our buildings.
  2. Sky lights to save lighting energy.
  3. Recycling process water in our gravel plant.
  4. Recycling steel.
  5. Using biodiesel.
  6. Gravel pits retain rain water for aquifer recharge.
  7. High efficiency lights and ballasts.
  8. Using electronic files rather than paper when possible.
  9. High efficiency electric motors in our processing plants.