Sand, Gravel and Soil Supplier in North Augusta, SC

  • 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 North Augusta, SC, consider GL Williams & Daughter Trucking Inc. Call us today at (803) 663-3715 to discuss how we can help you complete your next project.

 

 

 

North Augusta, SC, is located on the western border of the state of South Carolina. The city is adjacent to Augusta, GA, separated by the Savannah River. North Augusta is part of the Central Savannah River Area (CSRA). Residents may work locally or commute to one of several other cities and CDPs in the region. Due to its close proximity to downtown Augusta and its medical district, North Augusta is becoming an increasingly popular place for medical students and professionals and their families to live. North Augusta also has its own downtown corridor, home to two prominent churches, multiple long-standing businesses – as well as a number of businesses opened within the last five years, and the city’s municipal center. As of spring 2018, SRP Park, home to the Augusta Green Jackets, a single A affiliate team of the San Francisco Giants, opened in downtown North Augusta.

North Augusta is also the home of the North Augusta Greeneway. This paved trail was opened in 1995. Serving area walkers, runners, and cyclists, the path has been extended multiple times and now stretches more than seven miles. A portion of the Greeneway runs along the Savannah River. The Greeneway can also be used to access SRP Park directly on foot or bicycle.