Stevenson

Drury

Aggregates
Drury Quarry produces a wide range of top quality aggregates for use in roading, basecourse, surfacing, drainage and concrete manufacture.

Drury is the largest of our sites producing approximately three million tonnes of aggregate each year. One of our most technically advanced quarries, Drury ranks amongst the biggest producers of aggregate in New Zealand and supplies over a quarter of Auckland’s aggregate requirements.

We have in excess of 150 years of resource available at Drury Quarry.

Concrete
Our Drury concrete plant produces a range of concrete mixes for use in commercial, infrastructure and residential applications. Our CarbonCure products are manufactured at this site.

Labs
Our IANZ accredited lab is located at Drury Quarry. The lab specialises in concrete, aggregates and civil engineering applications.

Transport
Our transport depot is located at Drury Quarry. We have the capacity and proven track record to deliver aggregate, sand and fill products. Our modern and well-maintained fleet of truck and trailers, complimented with our sub-contractors, operate across the upper North Island.

Managed fill
We operate a managed fill site at Drury. For more information about our managed fill requirements including an application form click here.

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Drury Aggregate/Concrete/Labs

Address:

Cnr Fitzgerald & Quarry Road
Drury
Auckland

Weighbridge:

09-984 8530

Nathan Gibbons
Quarry Manager
029 290 3360 nathan.gibbons@stevenson.co.nz
Jack Lawson
Account Manager - Aggregates
027 369 8126 jack.lawson@stevenson.co.nz
Angela Purcell
Sales and Customer Service Manager - Concrete
0800 800 611 angela.purcell@stevenson.co.nz
Trevor Whitmore
Laboratory Manager
029 297 4897 trevor.whitmore@stevenson.co.nz

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