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Established in 2006, Silver Creek Stoneworks has quickly become known for its premium landscape tiles, pavers, steps and caps. We are a privately owned, third generation business with a focus in mortarless concrete landscape and building materials manufacturing.
Our dedicated and innovative staff has centuries of combined experience in concrete manufacturing. New product development and process improvement isn't just a job; it’s a love affair for some and a mind set of everyone from sales people, to customer service and plant personnel. We will continue to commit valuable resources into developing high quality concrete products that have long-lasting consumer demand.
Residential landscaping and commercial developments continue to be our primary markets. Our sales and support staff work very closely with landscape architects, designers, specifiers, general contractors and landscapers to get a Silver Creek solution for their projects. To date, countless landscape, rooftop, even interior projects have utilized over half a million square feet of Silver Creek materials.
Our current manufacturing facility in SE Minnesota supplies commercial landscape distributors and retailers throughout the United States with palletized materials. We are members of: USGBC (United States Green Building Council), ICPI (Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute), and NCMA (National Concrete Masonry Association).
Silver Creek uses efficient, state-of-the-art wet cast technology in its manufacturing process. As an eco-conscious company, we work hard to locally source raw materials to reduce energy consumption. We recycle and reuse manufacturing materials, machine parts, and consumables to reduce waste. Electronic versions of our forms and literature reduce the need for printed materials.