Archer Sand Pit Site
The O'Steen Brother's Archer Sand Pit is located just west of Gainesville in Archer, Florida. Not only does it give our company immediate access to the highest quality materials, but it also assures us that the land is managed responsibly.
ADDRESS OF PIT: 20125 S.W. Archer Road, Archer, FL 32618
At O'Steen Brothers, we offer an array of quality materials suitable for various projects. Acher fill dirt, landscape rocks, topsoil, lime rock, and landfill cover are just some of the products available to the public.
O'Steen Brothers has developed a sustainable and eco-friendly approach to our operations. From our 572 acres of land, we have mined about 85 acres in almost 25 years of the pits existence, making it nearly 30-35 feet deep at its deepest point. The remaining unmined land is currently being seeded with pine trees. Our products are used by clients across industries, while the pit is open to the public for purchase of such materials.
At O'Steen Brothers, we adopted responsible, sustainable practices in business long before they became popular. We've salvaged, reused and recycled materials to save our clients money while reducing our environmental impact. For instance, recycled concrete is repurposed into gravel for use in a variety of projects; accumulated asphalt is used to create roads on the pit site; lime rock is reused as a base mineral for necessary projects; and sandy clay has been salvaged to build riding arenas and horse barns throughout North Central Florida. We strive to be good stewards of the environment who demonstrate our commitment through meaningful action.
We pride ourselves on being good neighbors to our community and responsible to our environment.
Products You Can Buy at Our Pit:
- Fill dirt (Archer Fill) – Meets standards for contamination remediation & landfill cover
- Sandy Clay
- Lime rock
-Recycled Concrete Gravel
- Concrete Stabilizer
- Landscape Rock
- Recycled Asphalt (millings/rap)
- Rip Rap Rock
Products We Can Take at Our Pit:
- Clean Debris/Land Clearing Landfill
- Soil – any type of uncontaminated soil
- Concrete, including concrete with embedded pipe or steel