Crushed Stones for Road Works & Building Sites

Quarried fromĀ our high purity limestone reserve in Bennettsbridge, our range of road and construction aggregates are renowned for their consistency and quality

Stonefill products for most construction and road projects in Ireland are specified from Transport Infrastructure Ireland’s Specification for Roadworks 500 Series, 600 Series and 800 Series. We supply all products from those specifications that can be met with limestone as a raw material.

Bennettsbridge Limestone is audited annually by the NSAI for certification of compliance of our Factory Production Controls (FPC) as outlined in I.S. EN 13242:2002, Aggregates for use in civil engineering work and road construction.

 

Key features and benefits:

  • Available in a range of sizes and gradings
  • Dedicated fleet of lorries
  • High quality limestone to meet the demands of the civil engineering environment
  • Large volumes can be facilitated
  • Technical support provided

Technical specification we manufacture granular fill to:

  • EN 13242 Aggregates for Unbound and Hydraulically Bound Materials
  • EN 13285 Unbound Mixtures Specification
  • Transport Infrastructure Ireland’s Specification for Roadworks 500 Series, 600 Series & 800 Series

Sizes and Grades

  • 100mm (4″)
  • 50mm (2″)
  • 28mm (1″)
  • 20mm (3/4″)
  • 14mm (1/2″)
  • 10mm (3/8″)
  • 6mm (1/4″)
  • 100mm – 0mm (4″ Down)
  • 50mm – 0mm (2″ Down)
  • 14mm – 0mm (Screenings)
  • 5mm – 0mm (Grit)
As per customer requirements
  • Clause 803 – Granular Material
  • Clause 804 – Granular Material
  • Clause 808 – Wet Mix Macadam
  • Clause 810 – Wet Mix Macadam
  • S.R. 21 Annex E – T0 Structural
  • S.R. 21 Annex E – T1 Structural
  • S.R. 21 Annex E – T2 Permeable
  • S.R. 21 Annex E – T0 Blinding

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