Our People Make The Difference

Preferred Materials, Inc. is a leading supplier of asphalt, concrete, concrete products, and paving services in the Southeast, with 16 asphalt plants, 32 ready mixed plants, and more than 750 dedicated and trained professionals.

Preferred Materials is located in major growth markets in Florida, Georgia and South Carolina, making us perfectly positioned to partner with and supply public and private customers of any size. Customers who require specialized resources for full service project delivery are assisted by our Construction Services team.

Preferred Materials takes Quality Control very seriously and operates four CMEC-accredited concrete QC labs throughout Florida. Asphalt labs are even more numerous. With a total of 13 CMEC-accredited labs in Florida and our DOT certified labs in both Georgia and South Carolina, Preferred Materials asphalt labs are only minutes from your job site. These labs are where our Quality Control Managers perform rigorous daily testing of our materials and mixes as well as develop customized solutions to meet specific construction needs.

Preferred Materials is part of Oldcastle – the largest manufacturer of building products in North America, operating in 50 states and four Canadian provinces.

Quality products. Safety first. Trusted partner. That’s just how we do business. Isn’t that what you prefer?

The Preferred Materials Promise

At Preferred Materials, our commitment to our customers is more than a mix, beyond a pour, bigger than blocks. We’re your industry partner, through and through. It’s not just a concrete slab, it’s tomorrow’s playground. It’s not just a road, it’s our way back home.

To us, it’s more than business; it’s personal. Here relationships matter. We’re big enough to help and small enough to care. We have your back. We know what you need and what you prefer, because we take the time to ask – then really listen.

Whatever you need, we make it happen. If it’s wrong, we make it right. We want you to win because that’s how we all win. Isn’t that what you prefer?