Recent Projects

October 2019


New stabilized stonedust multi-use trails along the Charles River at Magazine Beach Park, Cambridge.

Our production and delivery capabilities are second to none.

Over 2,600 tons of 70/30 rootzone delivered to Boston College in two days?! No problem!

Over 400 tons of Organic-Lock stabilized stonedust delivered to Minuteman Park in Concord in one day?! No Problem.

New rootzone blend for Rentschler Field.

Spring 2018.   High performance sports field soil from Read Custom Soils!

By Land, Sea & Air

August 2, 2017.   Today our flatbed trailer took a ride aboard the Port Jefferson Ferry from Connecticut on its' way to Northport, Long Island to deliver supersacks of lightweight soil for a green roof installation.

On board the ferry.

Heading across Long Island Sound!

View from the roof.

Hoisting the soil to the roof.  Photo credit: Bobby Estrella

"Yes we can!"

July 19, 2017.   Today's delivery to Salem required some skill to place the load of stabilized stonedust where our customer requested. Nice job Bobby Estrella!


June 27, 2017.  A new previous Organic-Lock stabilized path is being installed on a section of the The Southern New England Trunkline Trail (SNETT) in Bellingham.  This is a recreational trail along a former railroad corridor that runs approximately 22 miles from the Franklin State Forest on the east, to the Douglas State Forest on the west.  It passes through the towns of Franklin, Bellingham, Blackstone, Millville, Uxbridge and Douglas; and is one of the longest rail-trails in southern Massachusetts. The trail corridor is owned by the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR). This project was installed by Lawrence-Lynch Corp. of Falmouth.

November 2016. The stabilized stonedust sidewalk and access ramp at the new Visitors Center at Walden Pond, which is the first LEED building in the DCR building portfolio.