Concrete Delivery Rochester, Minnesota
We are a leading provider of ready-mix concrete and aggregates (sand and gravel, and limestone) in Rochester, Minnesota. We have been providing products and services for homes, commercial and public buildings, roads and bridges and more for more than 50 years. Our employees are experts in manufacturing concrete mixtures and in mining aggregates and have college degrees and advanced training in engineering, geology, safety, environmental management, and LEED certifications.
Rochester Concrete – Residential
Concrete is perfect for driveways, patios, steps, fire pits, garage floors and more in Rochester. You can choose traditional grey concrete or jazz things up with the addition of color, texture and curves. Either way, choosing concrete for your home adds a touch of class you can take pride in! It is very difficult to tell the difference between decorative concrete and a mason laying stone or brick. Although they look similar, a mason laying stone or brick costs significantly more than concrete.
When you choose concrete for your driveway, patio, etc., you are making a wise investment! Did you know that concrete driveways last as long as 30 years and requires minimal maintenance? Blacktop (asphalt), on the other hand, requires more maintenance and major repairs or replacement can be required within 10 years of installation!
Rochester Concrete – Contractors
Our concrete products for contractors are consistent from plant to plant and our people are always willing to serve your needs. We offer our Emerald Series concrete in Rochester thats tough, durable and cost-effective. Most of all, it possesses excellent thermal-mass characteristics. Emerald Series can ensure that your project gains vital points needed for LEED certification by using concrete’s multitude of green properties – from low carbon to high percentages of recycled content.
You can count on Aggregate Industries value for your project needs in the following sectors:
- Streets and highways
- New home construction
Aggregate MN is proud to be serving the good people of Rochester, Minnesota and we’re happy that you’re interested in this remarkable city. We thought you might like to know a bit more about this fascinating and vibrant community.
History of Rochester, Minnesota
Established in 1854 and successfully platted in 1855 the city of Rochester was originally a stagecoach stop between St. Paul and Dubuque in Iowa. With the establishment of the railroad in October of 1864 more settlers and businesses came in as a result. Notable personalities like Dr. William Mayo arrived in 1863 and established the world-famous Mayo clinic. 2004 saw the sesquicentennial celebration of the city.
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- The average age in Rochester is 6% lower than Minnesota
- 33% of the city’s population is Caucasian
- 62% of the city’s population is African-American
- 11% of the city’s population is Asian
Cost of Living in Rochester, Minnesota
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- Cost of living in Rochester is 9% lower than the state average
- Cost of living in Rochester is 7% lower than the national average
- Cost of housing in Rochester is 9% lower than the national average
Schools in Rochester
The Rochester Public Schools operate 23 public and primary schools. 3 attendance zones comprise the city and these are: John Marshall, Mayo and Century.
- Schaeffer Academy
- Resurrection Lutheran School
- Rochester Center Lutheran School
- University of Rochester
- Rochester Community and Technical College
Rochester Places of Worship
- Calvary Episcopal Church
- Christ Lutheran Church
- Christ Our Rock Lutheran Church
- First Church of the Nazarene
- Saint John Catholic Church
Businesses Based in Rochester
The top employers in the city are:
- Mayo Clinic
- Rochester Public Schools
- Olmsted Medical Center
- Olmsted County
Other Areas We Serve
Without a doubt, The Mayo Clinic is the core of the city’s economy. Based on 2016 statistics they employed over 34 thousand employees and visitors number around a couple of million per year. The economy of the city also relies on its agricultural offerings. For instance, Seneca Foods has a processing plant in the city and there are many dairy producers active in the city as well.
Restaurants & Nightlife of Rochester
Chester’s – a favorite local hangout they serve delicious calamari, fish and chips and ribs. Do try out the Lavash pizza and the wedge salad combo as well.
Pescara Restaurant – Popularly known as a seafood and fine dining place in Rochester. Located conveniently downtown across the Mayo Clinic, they serve very fresh ingredients with impeccable service. Do also try their steak entrées.
Victoria’s Restaurant and Wine Bar — If Italian food is what you are looking for then Victoria’s is the go-to place. They serve gluten free meals for people with sensitivity. Breads are served piping hot and fresh from the oven and the house salad with home made dressing is absolutely divine.
Fun Things to Do in Rochester
Rochester features a large park system that covers over a hundred sites encompassing 5 square miles. There are 85 miles of paved trails perfect for hiking, biking and just about anything.
Visit Rochester Art Center – each Thursday provides “Thursdays on First” where local businesses such as restaurants and artists setup booth on First Avenue downtown.
Visit Rochester Symphony Orchestra and Chorale – founded in 1919 they regularly hold concerts around the city.
Rochester MN truly is a great place to live. If you’d like to talk to us about your concrete treatment requirements in Rochester, give us a call. We can’t wait to meet you.