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Published on 1/29/2019

Published by marketing@concretebroker.com.au

Good quality sand on the NSW North Coast

Port Macquarie, Coffs Harbour, Grafton, Taree and surrounds all benefit from MR Sands


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Our latest member MR Sands supplies bulk deliveries of high quality sand from Grafton to Taree on the NSW North Coast. Deliveries of bulker bags are available between Brisbane and Sydney. MR Sands specialises in supplying fine white sand for specialised projects requiring a superior product meeting stringent specifications.

 

MR Sands supplies sand predominately to concrete batching plants and major Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) projects as the sand is extremely low in organic matter and has a very fine grading. The sand is pure white in colour, which makes it a very desirable product to use for specialised mortars, rendering applications, sports fields and landscaping.

 

If you are a concrete plant on the mid north coast why not try MR Sands for your next sand delivery. They have supplied many of the big name concreting plants on the north coast, and would be only too happy to provide you with an obligation free quote, sample tests and any geotec or petrographic reports you require to meet yourtdesired specifications. 

Alternatively if you are civil building or civil project company tendering on north coast projects, don't forget to contact MR Sands to obtain a quotation for you upcoming project tender. They would be only too happy to assist.

MR Sands have supplied many landscaping businesses, pre cast concrete manufacturers, sports field 
contractors and commercial concreters, who find their sand to be particularly useful in all their decorative concrete finishes.

Whilst as MR Sands produces sand that is suitable for many glass manufacturing applications there is a high demand for their consistent and superior sands. With all this in mind we recommend you call MR Sands to discuss how they can assist with your upcoming and ongoing sand requirements. MR Sands are capable of supplying your project, no matter how big or small. They have supplied large projects including the Kempsey Bypass, the Kundabung to Kempsey Highway Upgrade Nambucca , the Urunga Highway Upgrade Woolgoolga and Halfway Creek Upgrade. At the same time they supply small projects including utility sand for sewer, stormwater, gas and electricity glass manufacture. Whatever the size of your concrete, landscaping or infrastructure project, call the friendly team at MR Sands. 

PAUL COONEY MOBILE: 0447 137 359

ILDO TOMASIELLO MOBILE: 0458 830 440

ADAM COONEY MOBILE: 0437 520 029 or 02 65854654

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