Crushed Stone
Whether serving as base stone for a library or assisting erosion control in waterways, crushed stone is one of the most vital and versatile materials in construction projects. Other applications include roadways, water filtration and mineral production for consumer products like toothpaste and antacids.
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Hot Mix Asphalt
This reliable, cost efficient and 100 % recyclable material paves almost all of this country's 2 million miles of roads and highways. Asphalt pavement is durable and smooth providing surfaces that are safe and fuel efficient.
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Road Construction
Over 17 percent of the country's highways are in need of substantial repair (Federal Highway Administration, 2008). In 2010, $115 billion worth of construction work was performed on transportation projects. This investment supported more than 3.2 million jobs in the U.S., including just over one million construction jobs.
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Community Outreach
The people of Rogers Group are involved in a variety of civic affairs and community projects to help make our communities great places to live.
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Our History
Rogers Group was founded by Ralph Rogers who first began crushing rock in 1908 on the side of the road in then-rural Bloomington, Indiana.
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Welcome to Rogers Group Inc.

Operating in seven states throughout the Midwest and Southeast, Rogers Group offers high-quality products and services at competitive prices.

   • Crushed stone
   • Sand and gravel
   • Asphalt paving
   • Road and bridge construction

Family-owned since 1908, Rogers Group has always endeavored to be the primary choice for customers, employees, communities and suppliers.

Rogers Group's Core Values: unwavering integrity, excellence in every undertaking, and placing the highest value on people.
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