WE'VE GOT ROCK
AND WE'RE READY TO ROLL
The Fullen Stone division of Fullen Dock & Warehouse, is a top provider of aggregate material for companies all across the country.
Located at Mile 740 of the lower Mississippi River, about 6 miles from Downtown Memphis, Fullen Stone is strategically located in "America's Distribution Center" - the heart of the Mid-South.
With an inventory of more than one hundred thousand tons ready to rock, Fullen Stone ensures both competitive pricing and on-time delivery.
Fullen Dock maintains an on-site fleet of 50 trucks and 100 trailers to load, unload and transport your aggregate materials anywhere in the country.
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WE GET THE JOB DONE
Fullen Stone provides contractors, large and small, with consistent, quality aggregate materials, on budget and on time, for:
& Parking Lots and Structures
Union Pacific Intermodal Yard | AR
Fullen Dock ensured delivery of 200,000 tons of construction aggregate material for the construction of the Union Pacific Intermodal Yard in Marion, Arkansas—a $70 million state-of-the-art intermodal facility including more than 25 miles of track, 36 turnouts, and a 12-span railroad bridge.
Memphis International Airport | TN
When construction began on the new International Runway at Memphis International Airport, Fullen Stone provided the delivery of 150,000 tons of concrete aggregate material for the two-mile long, three-foot thick, steel-reinforced concrete runway.
NIKE North America Logistics Campus | TN
Completed in the summer of 2015, Fullen Dock supplied over 200,000 tons of aggregate material for site work, concrete and geopiers at Nike's new North American Logistics Center in Memphis, TN. At the time of completion, the 2.8 million square foot facility was Nike’s largest distribution warehouse in the world!
Amazon Distribution Center | TN
When Amazon was seeking to construct a 5-story, 3.8 million square foot warehouse in the fall of 2020, they turned to Fullen Stone to provide over 100,000 tons of construction aggregate materials for site work and geopiers to complete their new Memphis distribution center.