St. Paul Aggregate

We are a leading provider of ready-mix concrete and aggregates (sand and gravel, and limestone) in St. Paul, 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.

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St. Paul Concrete – Residential

Concrete is perfect for driveways, patios, steps, fire pits, garage floors and more in St. Paul. 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!

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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 St. Paul 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
  • Commercial
  • Residential
  • New home construction
  • Agriculture

St. Paul MN Community Profile

Aggregate MN is proud to be serving the good people of St. Paul, 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 St. Paul, Minnesota

After the Louisiana purchase in 1803 where one hundred thousand acres of land was negotiated from the local Dakota tribes in 1805 for the purpose of establishing a fort. The territory sits on both banks of the Mississippi River beginning at Saint Anthony Falls until the Saint Croix River.  Many settlers came and established themselves in the area due to the protection provided by the fort. At around the 1840s the community became an important trading center and a popular destination for settlers west bound.  Father Lucien Galtier, a French Catholic priest was sent to establish a chapel in 1841. He named the chapel after his favorite, Saint Paul the Apostle.  When the Minnesota Territory was established in 1849, Saint Paul was named as the capital of the new state.

St. Paul Demographics

Statistic St. Paul Minnesota National
Population 291,728 5,383,661 314,107,084
Population density (sq mi) 5,612 67 91
Median age 31.2 37.6 37.4
Male/Female ratio 1.0:1 1.0:1 1.0:1
Married (15yrs & older) 43% 58% 55%
Speak English 73% 89% 79%
Speak Spanish 7% 4% 13%

 

  • The average age in St. Paul is 17% lower than Minnesota
  • 23% of the population in St. Paul is Caucasian
  • 52% of the population in St. Paul is African-American
  • 98% of the population in St. Paul is Asian

Cost of Living in St. Paul, Minnesota

Index St. Paul Minnesota National
Cost of living index 101 102 100
Index St. Paul Minnesota National
Goods & Services index 108 106 100
Groceries index 104 105 100
Health care index 106 110 100
Housing index 97 101 100
Transportation index 97 98 100
Utilities index 94 91 100
  • Cost of living is 1% lower than the Minnesota average
  • Cost of living is 1% higher than the national average
  • Cost of housing is 3% lower than the national average

Schools in St. Paul

Saint Paul Public Schools is Minnesota’s 2nd biggest school district serving over forty thousand students.  It has 82 schools including 52 elementary, 12 middle schools and seven high schools.

Higher Education

  • Saint Paul College
  • Mitchell Hamline School of Law
  • Saint Catherine University
  • Concordia University
  • University of St. Thomas
  • Metropolitan State University
  • Hamline University

Macalester College

St. Paul Places of Worship

Some of the churches in the city include:

  • Calvary Evangelical Lutheran Church
  • Cathedral of St. Paul
  • Holy Trinity Church
  • Jehovah Lutheran Church
  • Amazing Grace Assembly of God
  • Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis
  • Bethel Lutheran Church
  • Bethlehem Lutheran Church
  • Calvary Chapel of St. Paul
  • Camphor Memorial United Methodist Church
  • Church of Acts
  • Contender for the Faith
  • Fairmount Avenue United Methodist Church

Businesses Based in St. Paul

Top businesses that call St. Paul home are:

  • Ecolab
  • Securian Financial Group
  • Gander Mountain
  • 3M
  • Jude Medical
  • US Bancorp
  • Health Partners/Regions Hospital
  • Securian Financial Group
  • Lawson Software
  • Allina Health/United Hospital
  • Paul Pioneer Press
  • Century Link
  • Children’s St. Paul Pediatric Hospital

Restaurants & Nightlife of St. Paul

St. Paul Grill Restaurant – great place to order rib eye steak with lots of butter that brings out the flavor in the steak.  Pair that with the Caesar salad and for desert have some of their yummy chocolate lava cake for a perfect meal.

Casper & Runyon’s Nook Restaurant – if you want good burgers and fries this is the place to go.  The burgers are always consistently good and juicy. Atmosphere feels more of a college hangout so bring your flip flops.

Red Cow Restaurant – They serve the best bloody Mary and veggie burger this side of the city. The onion rings are also quite fabulous and the horseradish ranch sauce is perfect with it.

Fun Things to Do in St. Paul

Saint Paul Winter Carnival – began in 1886 and attended by over three hundred thousand visitors each year, the event showcases ice sculpting, yearly treasure hunts, an ice palace and other fun activities.

Parks to visit

  • Indian Mounds Park
  • Highland Park
  • Battle Creek Regional Park
  • Harriet Island Regional Park

Irish Fair of Minnesota – is held yearly in the city at the Harriet Island Pavilion.

Como Zoo Conservatory – is another popular place to visit all year round.

St. Paul MN truly is a great place to live.  If you’d like to talk to us about  your concrete requirements in St. Paul, give us a call.  We can’t wait to meet you.