- Serving the CSRA for more than 50 years
- Offering a comprehensive selection of aggregate products and heavy equipment services to both contractors and homeowners
- Proud to be a woman-owned small business
GL Williams & Daughter Trucking Inc is full-service trucking company. We offer a variety of aggregates, including sand, soil, gravel, mulch, and locally-produced compost. You can pick up or we can deliver the specific sand, soil, or gravel needed to address your needs. Along with trucking and hauling, we maintain a heavy equipment fleet to provide demolition and debris removal, driveway repair, grading and land clearing, property maintenance, and mining and landfill services. If you are looking for the best sand, gravel and soil supplier in Hephzibah, GA, consider GL Williams & Daughter Trucking Inc. Call us today at (803) 663-3715 to discuss how we can help you complete your next project.
Hephzibah, GA, is in the southern portion of Richmond County. Though it is considered to be part of the Augusta metropolitan area and the Central Savannah River Area (CSRA), Hephzibah is its own independent city. Hephzibah was originally founded in 1860, under the name “Brothersville”. Influenced by the establishment of local church and seminary within city limits, the state of Georgia chose to rename the city Hephzibah a mere ten years later, in 1870. In the mid-1990s, Augusta and Richmond County voted to consolidate their governments. Hephzibah, along with the nearby city of Blythe, remained separate cities. As a result, the city limits of Hephzibah are in many ways surrounded by the larger city of Augusta. Hephzibah provides its own fire and police services, but it relies on the county for many of its municipal services. Though Hephzibah has seen historic periods of both growth and decline, in recent years, it has seen growth, with a number of new national and local businesses coming to the area.
Notably, from 1960 – 1970, Hephzibah was home to Augusta International Speedway. During that time, the track hosted NASCAR Grand National Series races (predecessor to present day’s Sprint Cup Series). The land that was the speedway is now Diamond Lakes Park.