Website launches to simplify aggregate purchasing

By |  August 24, 2022
Photo: P&Q Staff

Upon launch, AggMaps is focused on markets within the state of Texas. Photo: P&Q Staff

A new digital marketplace gives construction aggregate consumers the ability to locate and purchase materials.

AggMaps launched as a means of simplifying sourcing, delivering and purchasing construction aggregates. According to AggMaps, its website allows end users to quickly locate and identify pits and quarries producing crushed stone, sand and gravel, and recycled aggregates. End users can also pinpoint landfills, concrete and asphalt dumps, and dirt dumps.

AggMaps says it displays price lists for each of its onboarded locations, enabling the delivery of materials with commercial aggregate trucks. According to AggMaps, it is currently displaying price lists for more than 700 locations.

AggMaps is initially focused on Texas, including the Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio and Austin markets. It plans to expand to other U.S. metros.

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