Construction materials for sale in California

Werner Corporation provides a diverse line of aggregates and related products and services to all parts of the construction industry. Our product lines include concrete and masonry aggregates, asphalt and micro-paving aggregates, and a wide variety of other specialty aggregates for our customers’ diverse projects.

Historically, more than half of the aggregates we produce have been used in the construction and maintenance of regional infrastructure—highways and roads, and other public works projects. The remainder has been used in the construction of housing, nonresidential buildings, commercial and industrial facilities, as railroad ballast, and in non-construction uses including agricultural and landscape applications.

We produce these materials from natural mineral and alluvial deposits. Our mining process typically begins with the excavation of natural rock, sand, and gravel, which we then process through various stages of screening, crushing, and washing to produce the sizes and specifications desired by our customers.

Construction Materials

We are one of the largest producers of construction materials in southern California. Our products are available for delivery or pickup at one of our convenient locations.

Construction aggregates form the fiber and literal foundations of our cities, towns and transportation networks. Throughout history, civilizations built entire cities with stone, sand and gravel, and many of these ancient structures exist today.

Our construction aggregates are used in many ways.

  • Aggregates are the primary constituent in Concrete and Asphalt, which are used in roads, bridges, and buildings.
  • As a base material underneath highways, walkways, airport runways, parking lots and railroads.
  • The restoration and rehabilitation of roads, highways, and parking lots.
  • To aid in water filtration, drainage, and erosion control.
  • As a raw material, used in combination with other resources, to construct many of the items we rely on in our daily life.
  • As a landscaping element in environmentally friendly buildings, taking the place of water-demanding plants and lawns.