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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Greene Plant

Street Address 

221 Luck Stone Road
Ruckersville, Virginia 22968

P.O. Box Address 

P.O. Box 208
Ruckersville, Virginia 22968


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

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

Greene Plant

Initiated in 1983, the Greene Plant is located on Route 29 north of Charlottesville. Over the years the plant has won numerous awards, including the 1995 Greene County Chamber of Commerce Outstanding Contributor Award, 1995 National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association Safety Achievement Award, 1991 Virginia Aggregates Community Impact Award. A supporter of the local fire department and rescue squads, the Greene Plant also sponsors programs with local schools. Greene produces specialized recreational and landscaping products that are used statewide.

Areas Served 

The City of Charlottesville, and counties of Greene, Albemarle, and Louisa.


Greene mines the Robertson River Formation, a Precambrian age (about 570 million years old) granite that is part of the “Virginia Blue Ridge Complex” of igneous and metamorphic rocks. Robertson River is more specifically referred to as hornblende granite, named for the shiny black mineral commonly found in igneous rocks. Its differences in mineralogy from east to west demonstrate how a single formation can undergo dynamic change.


Safety Data Sheet: Granite