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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Charlottesville Plant

Street Address 

2981 Richmond Road
Charlottesville, Virginia 22902

P.O. Box Address 

P.O. Box 687
Keswick, Virginia 22947


Monday - Friday
7:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Phone Number: 
(844) 228-5534
(434) 979-1947

Charlottesville Plant

Opened in 1936, Luck Stone’s Charlottesville Plant is located on U.S. Route 250 approximately four miles east of Charlottesville at Shadwell, Virginia. The plant won an industry association’s 1997 Environmental Eagle Gold Award, sponsors the Stone Robinson Annual Fun Run and is a proud supporter of the East Rivanna Volunteer Fire Department. With its unique green color, Charlottesville material is shipped to many surrounding states for use in landscaping and concrete applications.

Areas Served 

The City of Charlottesville, and the counties of Albemarle, Fluvanna and Louisa.


Charlottesville mines Catoctin Greenstone, a rock formation created out of volcanic lava flows over 500 million years ago. The Catoctin originated as a type of lava called basalt, which contains plagioclase and pyroxene minerals. During the mountain-building processes responsible for the Appalachians, epidote and chlorite infused the formation with what it is known for today, its popular green color.


Safety Data Sheet: Basalt