City in New Hampshire
Manchester is a city on the Merrimack River in southern New Hampshire. The Currier Museum of Art features works by major American and European artists. It also operates the Frank Lloyd Wright–designed Zimmerman House. In an old fabric mill, the Millyard Museum traces how the nearby Amoskeag Falls shaped the city and its textile industry. Trails in sprawling Derryfield Park lead to the 19th-century Weston Observatory.
Our rock and fill materials are commercial grade for use as road base, structural fill, or back-fill. Whether you need standard fill for your next construction, landscaping, or hardscape project or specialty fill for road construction, erosion control, or golf course development, we have a mine full of material to fit your project’s requirements.
Additionally, we can provide delivery services by the truckload with competitive pricing by the yard. Deliveries are made through trucking companies that practice safety, efficiency, and quality customer service. Contact us for further questions. Fill dirt is the dirt or soil found beneath the topsoil, often referred to as back-fill or just fill. It’s composition and color can vary. In some areas fill can be of sandy texture or contain small stones. This multipurpose material can be used to fill-in or level out areas, to build pads or foundations to pour concrete over, elevate the grade of a site, etc… Because fill dirt has no organic matter that can decompose, resulting in empty pockets and settling, it is ideal soil for any application where compaction is required.