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. .BEWARE OF the rock quarry FST SAND AND GRAVEL IN CORONA, CA, that is off the I-15 freeway in corona off magnolia (for lower plant) and off cajalco exit (for the upper plant); If you are looking for 3/8" or 3/4" rock. They mix in a LARGE amount of 1/2" rock in both surge piles with their CAT 972's for filler. and not just one load, but many loads. So really, you are getting less material that you are actually paying for. This companies tries to cut corners when they get an opportunity. They are cheating, their customers out of money!
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This comment is half true but it is screen out but if and oversize rock gets into the wrong pile which is not often it get taken out as much as possible very good hard rock and yes it is true all rock goes into surge 2 but get screened out 3 time before it hit finish pile.


You do realize that often times you need to mix in different sizes of rock to meet the spec requirements of Green Book and Cal Trans. Gradations require a total of about 8 different sizes of rock and sand particles to be screened down and weighed in a lab.

If their 3/4 isn't meeting spec that day/week, companies will often mix in other product to raise the numbers and make it "sellable" and in spec. You should learn about the aggregate business before you put down someone who is running a successful business such as FST, as it should be ran.


this place is a *** HOLE. the owner and the brother are lame *** brothers that don"t know *** about the quarry adding 1/2 to the 3/4 and 3/8 rock. this place pays cheap for people who work hard for this *** hole place


I have worked for this co a few times i know the owners very we11 and i can te11 you if there is a prob1em in qua1ity of materia1 it wi11 be fixed they are good peop1e and i hope to someday work for them again

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