Monroe Concrete has an extensive inventory of coarse and fine aggregates, screenings and local recycled materials. Most of the following aggregates are in stock and can be delivered to your door.

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Silica Sand

Used in the production ready-mix, this industrial sand is the primary structural component in a wide variety of building and construction products. Whole grain silica is put to use in flooring compounds, mortars, specialty cements, stucco, roofing shingles, skid resistant surfaces, and asphalt mixtures to provide packing density and flexural strength without adversely affecting the chemical properties of the binding system.

Mason Sand

Mason Sand is often referred to as an all-purpose sand, as it has many different functions and capabilities. Mason sand is a fine graded sand that can be used as a fill material, paver base, beach sand, sandbox material and leveling agent. Shoreline’s mason sand is clean washed and free of any debris or contamination.

50/50 Blended Mix

We offer a blend of topsoil and sand that is great for a base for laying sod and other plantings.


Topsoil is the upper, outermost layer of soil, usually the top 5 inches to 10 inches. It has the highest concentration of organic matter and microorganisms. Topsoil is composed of mineral particles, organic matter, water, and air.

Local Sand

Local sand is a byproduct of Charley Toppino & Sons recycling concrete, rock and dirt. Local sand has a many diverse uses and is an affordable alternative to other types of sand.


Crushed Concrete Fill
Crushed concrete is ideal for construction projects or a gravel alternative solution. Also now approved by the FDOT for subbase.

Blended Asphalt Fill
Blended Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement is sometimes mixed with conventional earth fill materials or crushed aggregates and used in embankment construction.

Recycled Fill
Recycled Fill is a recycled by-product of crushed bricks, tiles, concrete, etc. It is suitable for use as a base for concrete, paving and paths as it compacts down solid.

Asphalt Millings
Asphalt millings are ground-up recycled asphalt. After asphalt’s useful life is over, the product is removed, crushed, and redistributed to millings. Though they’re recycled chunks of asphalt, millings have many of the same characteristics as other paving materials like gravel but with different advantages.

Crushed Limestone

This stone measures 1/2" or less in diameter. Contains limestone, dolomite and sandstone. Commonly used as a base material for driveways, roadways, and foundations.


Rip Rap & Limestone Boulders
Ranging in size from 1-3 feet, rip rap is used for erosion control along sea walls, bridge abutments, pilings and many other low-lying shoreline structures. Rip Rap and Limestone boulders are also used in many landscaping applications.

Recycled Rock
Monroe Concrete also sells recycled versions of #89, #57 and #4 rock. It is comprised gravel, crushed concrete, limestone and sandstone. It may contain small amounts of asphalt as it is a recycled material. 

#4 Stone
#4 stone is a sound, hard naturally occurring material. #4 stone aggregates may contain, gravel, limestone and sandstone. #4 stone is 1 1/2 inch to 2 inches in size. Commonly used as erosion control, as a heavy drainage material, as a stabilizer or for landscaping.

#89 Stone
#89 stone is a sound, hard naturally occurring material. #89 stone aggregates may contain, gravel, limestone and sandstone. #89 is 3/8 inch or less in size. Also commonly referred to as “Pea Rock”.          

#57 Stone
#57 stone is a sound, hard naturally occurring material. #57 stone aggregates may contain, gravel, limestone and sandstone. #57s stone 3/4 inch to 1 ½ inches in size. Commonly used as a base for driveways, walls, pipe bedding, and concrete.

Construction Material Delivery

•    Concrete Block- all sizes
•    Rebar
•    Lentils
•    Bagged Goods
•    Parking Bumpers 
•    Fibers


Key West

FDOT# 90429

155 Toppino Industrial Drive

Key West, FL 33040




FDOT# 90512

1500 107th St. Gulf

Marathon, FL 33050


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