Yamhill & Washington Counties #1 rock sand and gravel supplier since 1955

Forest Grove Rock Supply

Meisel Rock Products is a family-run Forest Grove crushed rock supplier that has been providing specialized rock to customers all over Oregon for more than 50 years. From aggregate rock and riprap to sand and other filler materials, we carry any rock product you could ever need. We are proud to be the leading supplier of Oregon landscaping rocks, horse arena rocks and other rock products.

We own and operate a number of quarries around the state of Oregon. Owning multiple Oregon rock quarries enables us to offer a greater selection of rock products, and it also makes it easier for us to transport those rock products to our clients and customers all around the state. We have less distance to travel to deliver our specialized rocks, which makes it cheaper for us and our clients. We carry a vast selection of aggregates, minus materials, filler materials, sand, gravel, boulders and many other specialized rock products. We mine minus materials that are commonly used for constructing building pads for roads, barns, horse arenas and other construction projects. We also carry sand and other drainage materials, as well as Oregon landscaping rocks and boulders that can be used in yards and gardens. We are the preeminent supplier of Forest Grove sand and gravel, aggregates and other rock products. If you are working on a construction project in Forest Grove, and you are in need of any kind of specialized rock, we can set you up with top quality materials. We will also advise you throughout the buying process to help you select a material to use and also to help you keep your construction costs under control.

Forest Grove Rock Supplier

At Meisel we treat all of our clients equally, no matter how big or small they may be. Our excellent customer service is what sets us apart from our competition. We serve all of Washington County, Yamhill County and the Portland metro area. Contact us if you’d like to request a free, onsite estimate for a project you’re working on.