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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Spotsylvania Plant

Street Address 

9100 Luck Stone Lane
Fredericksburg, Virginia 22407


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

Phone Number: 
(540) 898-6060
(540) 898-0844

Spotsylvania Plant

Our Spotsylvania plant was acquired in May of 2002, and is located near the intersection of Smith Station and Leavells Roads, in Spotsylvania County. With the anticipated growth in residential and business development in the area, this plant will be an integral part of Spotsylvania’s future.

Areas Served 

The City of Fredericksburg and the counties of Spotsylvania and Louisa.


The rock quarried for construction use is a complex blend of igneous and metamorphic rock types. It is referred to as the Po River Metamorphic Suite, the term suite meaning more than one type and metamorphic meaning changed from original composition. The overall rock types are granite-gneiss and biotite-gneiss. Many other intrusions of igneous rocks occurred over time in the Po River Complex making it difficult to date as a unit, but some dating has shown rock older than 410 million years. The granite-gneiss can yield a white to gray color stone while the biotite-gneiss can yield dark gray to black stone. One of the later igneous intrusions is distinctly different in appearance- a reddish granite with large mineral crystals that contrast with the surrounding stone (Massaponax site). The geologic events that metamorphosed pre-existing rocks and allowed intrusions by magmas were tectonic events involving the movement of continents; collisions of continents causing metamorphism and their separating allowing magmas to rise from below and intrude existing rock.


Safety Data Sheets: Cement Treated Aggregate, Crushed Concrete, Granite