SUPPORTING OUR COMMUNITY
The foundation of our local community is built upon the supply and delivery of Kinsella Quarries crushed stone, but we also take great pride in contributing to the social fabric of the region in a variety of ways that can never be measured by the yard or by the ton.
In fact, members of Kinsella Quarries are just as involved and informed within the community as we are within the building industry. We serve as directors, chairpersons, active members, and donors to many community organizations. It's the Kinsella Quarries way, and a long-standing commitment to our neighbors, because long after our crews have completed their work for the day, we remain constructive members of the community.
IN THE COMMUNITY
The "Save the Rain" program is a comprehensive stormwater management plan intended to reduce pollution to Onondaga Lake and its tributaries. Kinsella Quarries materials are used to help create permeable surfaces. Permeable surfaces protect Onondaga Lake and its tributaries from pollution and stormwater runoff.
Kinsella Quarries is a New York State Registered Recycling Center for Blacktop, Concrete and Dirt. Please Contact Us for more information.
The Fayetteville-Manlius High School Athletic Department Hall of Fame was developed to recognize the tremendous accomplishments of former athletes, coaches, teams and contributors to the department and school. In 2018 we were inducted into the Hall of Fame as a contributor.
Quarries that spend their active life fueling our local need for crushed stone products, can give back just as much to the ecosystem in retirement. Pictured to the left is John and Sandra Kinsella accepting the IMCC National Mine Reclamation Award.