5401 W Lees Mill Rd
Atlanta, Georgia 30349
Monday - Friday
6:30 AM - 5:00 PM
6:30 AM -12 PM
The Atlanta-Stephens Plant was acquired by Luck Stone in October 2018. The operation is uniquely located on 485-acres adjacent to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. Prior to Luck Stone, the site was largely responsible for providing millions of tons of virgin aggregate and fill material to the airport’s many expansions. In addition to crushed virgin aggregate, the Atlanta-Stephens Plant produces a variety of recycled aggregate products.
The following products are accepted at the recycled aggregates plant:
- Concrete block
- Cured asphalt pavement, when obtained from construction and demolition sites
In addition to the stone quarry and plant facility, this site also operates a construction and demolition (C&D) line of business. For more information about the C&D facility, click here.
The Atlanta Stephens operation mines an igneous granitic rock of Proterozoic Age- greater than 700 million years old- known as the Camp Creek Formation. The granite has varying textures and mineral contents that affect its overall color and appearance. Light gray color and uniform appearance are seen where quartz and white feldspar predominate in the granite phases. Medium gray colors and lineated textures show where quartz, feldspar and biotite mica are present in banded gneiss phases. Dark gray to black swirling textures are seen where biotite mica, black amphibole, quartz, feldspar and red-purple garnet occur in lesser but noticeable phases. All of the rock types present can be mined together and processed into quality aggregate products.
Safety Data Sheet: Granite and Crushed Concrete