Our values

Our Values

At Luck Stone, our values are the principles of the way we operate our businesses. From the way we work internally each day, to the relationships we foster with our customers and communities, we are guided by four core values.


Takes personal responsibility for the success of self, others, and the organization

  • Model safety, health, and environmental stewardship
  • Do what it takes
  • Pursue excellence
  • Celebrate success


Delivers ideas and innovation that add value

  • Be curious
  • Learn new skills
  • Be open to change
  • Explore and experiment


Earns the trust and respect of others

  • Be honest
  • Do what you say
  • Hold self and others accountable
  • Give and receive feedback


Ignites human potential and performance

  • Value diversity and differences
  • Develop self and others
  • Inspire confidence and optimism
  • Confront issues
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Bull Run Plant

Street Address 

27672 Gum Spring Road
Chantilly, Virginia 20152

P.O. Box Address 

P.O. Box 217
Catharpin, Virginia 20143


Monday - Friday
6:30 AM - 4:00 PM

7:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Phone Number: 
(800) 897-5825
(703) 754-8271

Bull Run Plant

Started in the 1950’s, the Bull Run Plant was purchased by Luck Stone on June 21, 2002. This plant is located near the historic Bull Run Battlefield, and serves the growing Northern Virginia market.

Areas Served 

The counties of Loudoun and Fairfax, and Prince William.


This quarry mines a type of rock known as Traprock by miners or diabase by geologists. Diabase is a dense igneous rock dark colored, greenish-black to bluish-black. It formed as hot magma surfaced from within the earth through fractures in other rocks already present near the surface. It is found in an area from Frederick, Maryland down to near Gordonsville in Va. This area experienced activity about 200 million years ago which caused the diabase magma to rise up through existing rocks and spread out on the surface in volcanic flows known as sills. It also formed narrow and deep vertical dikes within fractures in some places. The sills and dikes cooled into a hard rock composed mainly of pyroxene, a dark mineral containing iron, and plagioclase, a lighter mineral in weight and color. Other minerals lending to the green-black color are epidote and hornblende.


Safety Data Sheet: Crushed Concrete, Granite