Dump Truck Services
Throughout Jacksonville and beyond, Hrustic Brothers is your first call for dump truck services. We employ professional drivers to operate our company-owned, fully-insured fleet of 20 dump trucks. Our modern fleet is equipped with GPS tracking to allow our customers real-time feedback on their order’s location and arrival time. We provide the ultimate peace of mind for our customers with driver background checks and drug screens, on top of our extensive experience transporting fill materials and concrete, unsuitable material hauling and disposal, and on-site trucking.
Our specialties include:
- Hourly Material Hauling On Site/Off Site
- Material Transport (Per Load, Ton, or Hour)
- Sand Import
- Fill Import
- Lime Rock Road Base
- Crush Concrete Road Base
- Unsuitable Material Haul Off and Disposal
- Demolition Debris Haul Off
- Concrete Slab Hauling
- Concrete (Wet Haul, Dry Haul)
- Concrete Recycling
- Concrete Demolition
Fill Material and Aggregate Supply
Our reputation of delivering high-quality construction materials that exceed specifications is why Hrustic Brothers is an industry leader in aggregate supply. We are a single-source solution for concrete recycling, processing, aggregate supply and transportation. Our extensive line of standard and specialty concrete, fill and aggregate products are a superior choice for subbase, drainage, stabilizing, construction and industrial projects. Hrustic Brothers can manage your needs throughout your project – from procurement and processing to delivery – to ensure your jobsite materials are received on demand, on time and on budget.
Recycled Concrete Aggregate
- 57 stone
- Paver Base
- Rip Rap
- Tire Wash
- Recycled Concret
- Limerock Road Base
- 57 Stone
- Mason Sand
- Concrete Sand
- Sand (A3, A3 Select, etc.)
- Top Soil
Recycled concrete that has been crushed into angular, irregular pieces of 1” or smaller. In addition to being an aggregate for concrete, 57 stone is used for pipe bedding and drainage, as well as base and finish material for driveways, sidewalks and parking lots.
Recycled concrete that has been crushed into angular, irregular pieces of 3/8” or smaller. Paver base is used as a foundational material under paver driveways, walkways and patios. It is also referred to as paver fines.
Recycled concrete that has been crushed to pieces 2” or smaller. Road base is used as a foundation material for road construction, parking lots and driveways. It is also known as crushcrete.
Recycled concrete that has been crushed to larger sizes, anywhere from 4” to over 2’, crushed to order to suit the project. Riprap is commonly used along shorelines, bulkheads, and bridge and roadway foundations to protect from erosion.
In comparison, mason sand is crushed more finely, with more uniform granules, than traditional concrete sand. Its primary use is finishing paver patios, driveways and walkways, though it is often substituted for beach sand, sand box sand, and fill material.
Topsoil is soil that has been screened to remove larger inclusions, but maintains the necessary organic nutrients to provide a fertile environment for growing plant life.
Small grains of rock ground more finely than gravel. Sand provides bulk and strength to concrete, and is used as fill material for roadways, building pads, bridges and subdivisions.
Recycled concrete that has been crushed and screened into coarse pieces between 2-4”. Oversize aggregate is commonly used as backfill, or placed at jobsite entrances to remove mud from trucks entering and existing a job site.
Fill dirt is a mixture of sand, rock and clay. It lacks the organic matter present in topsoil, so is often used underneath topsoil as a more stable filler material.
Natural clay, with its plastic and impervious qualities, is often used to stabilize roads and line ponds. It is composed of fine-grained minerals, generally silicates.
A very small, dust-like aggregate consisting of particles ¼” or smaller. Fines are used in projects requiring a smooth, compact surface. Fines are ideal underneath pavers, as paths, or even for athletic infield material.
Crushed asphalt, also known as asphalt millings, is recycled asphalt that has been crushed and screened into gravel of 1 1/2” or less.
Concrete Demolition and Recycling
Through concrete recycling, Hrustic Brothers is committed to helping the environment by providing an environmentally sound, cost-effective way of handling and processing concrete demolition material. Hrustic Brothers has four concrete recycling centers throughout the Jacksonville area to serve our customers. We accept most clean, concrete rubble free of charge.
We also offer onsite concrete demolition, as well as onsite concrete recycling. Our portable crushing plant enables our customers to expedite their timelines and eliminate trucking costs to and from a concrete recycling facility. Whether at our location or yours, the final result is high-quality aggregate components that are ready for use with sustainability at the forefront.
Hrustic Brothers provides comprehensive concrete recycling services, including the delivery and removal of roll-off dumpsters for clean concrete disposal. With flexible scheduling and no time limits on container usage, our roll-off service fits your project timeline. Our customers enjoy a flat-fee-per-pull pricing system, ensuring you only pay for what you need – with no delivery fee. Our 20-yard, roll-off containers are the perfect solution for concrete removal and recycling for all residential, industrial, construction and demolition projects. We provide reliable roll-off service to jobsites throughout most parts of Northeast Florida. Contact us to schedule a delivery or pickup.