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About Cold River Materials

Cold River Materials is a leading manufacturer of construction-related aggregate materials,
proudly serving the northeastern United States for over half a century.

Since its founding over half a century ago, Cold River Materials has maintained its reputation as one of New England’s premier aggregate manufacturers. We are proud of our legacy of producing high-quality materials that contribute to our region’s infrastructure.

Our six state-of-the art mining facilities—located throughout Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Vermont—manufacture and sell numerous aggregate products used to make asphalt, concrete, and other roadway products. Cold River Materials is the trusted partner of construction and asphalt paving companies throughout our region. We serve our business partners, not only by supplying premier materials at competitive prices, but by providing unmatched customer service.

Our expert team members draw upon decades of combined experience to guarantee that our clients receive the right materials for their individual projects We work closely with our customers to help them create lasting products using our high-quality aggregates. And our delivery team ensures that orders arrive safely and on-schedule to keep projects moving.

Cold River Materials is proud to serve our regional communities. Every one of our six locations uphold the highest standards of safety, ethics, and environmental compliance. We are proud to support our local economies through employment opportunities and our long-standing charity and business partnerships. Together, we are working to improve our communities for generations to come.

Our Mission

At Cold River Materials, we are committed to manufacturing high-quality aggregate materials, competitively priced and guaranteed to fulfill our customers’ needs.

The Way We Work

Cold River Materials operates according to a set of founding principles that inform every decision made by our company.

Our History

Cold River Materials has been a leading aggregate manufacturer in New England for more than half a century.