Contractor Appreciation Lunch

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MAY 09, 2016Minick Staffin the NEWS, #CONTRACTORS #CUSTOMERS

We had a "MINICK-tastic" time serving up lunch for our contractor customers at our Edmond location. A good time was had by all.

CU-Structural Soil in Texas

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APRIL 19, 2016Minick Staffin the FIELD, #CUSOIL

CU-Structural Soil® has been selected as the tree growing media for the Stonebrook Office complex in Frisco, Texas. Time, and time again, we see this outstanding product helps trees and other landscaping thrive in a otherwise paved setting.

CU-Structural Soil® is intended for paved sites to provide adequate soil volumes for tree roots under pavements. It may be used under pedestrian mall paving, sidewalks, planting islands, and parking lots.
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Spring Demo Day

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APRIL 12, 2016Minick Staffin the NEWS, #SPRING DEMO

Join us from on Saturday, April 30 from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. at our Edmond location. Come meet with representatives from Paverscapes, Alliance/Gator Dust, Koni Stone, Zoop Corp, Hertz Equipment Rental and Green Okie!
Hands-on/Interactive demonstrations... flagstone patios, retaining walls, installing man-made/thin stone, designing an ideal outdoor living space, rental equipment to make YOUR job a success, and more!

FREE HOT DOGS for the first 150 visitors from Hawk's Hot dogs!

FREE BOMB POPS for the first 50 visitors from Ice Cream Delights!

Plus Bill Reed from KXXY will be here from 11:00 - 1:00 p.m.

Catch us on the radio... 1000 KTOK

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March 12, 2016Minick Staff#HOTDOGS, #ONTHEAIR #SALE #POTTERY

Join us live today on the radio at KTOK 1000! We will be serving free hot dogs for lunch. Plus our outstanding of selection of pottery is on sale from 20-50% off at our Norman location.

Minick Tour Featured in
Stone World Magazine

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February 17, 2015Minick Staffin the NEWS, #QUARRY TOURS

We were honored to be featured in Stone World Magazine, which picked up the story of our annual quarry tour.

"The 2014 event included stops at the Oklahoma Hackett quarry, Arkansas sandstone quarry, Oklahoma Farmers quarry and the Oklahoma Tamaha Blue quarry. Recently, the American Institute of Architects (AIA) approved eight Continuing Education Units for the two-day quarry tour, which provided education on the quarrying and fabrication of Oklahoma and Arkansas sandstone."

"During this tour, we had the opportunity to not only teach, but learn," said Mayzak (Minick Commercial and Architectural Sales Manager). "We found out from the architect and landscape architect perspective what stone accomplishes for them in the creative process. We were able to have some question-and-answer time on successful projects as well as some upcoming things in the design phase. Armed with this, we were able to discuss how there may be limitations with the stone—and how to call stone out to avoid them, or if necessary, request a different material all together."

View the article at Stone World magazine

Minick Materials at the
Oklahoma Recycling Association

OCTOBER 9, 2014Minick Staffin the field, #COMPOST

We had a great time at the Oklahoma Recycling Association's 2014 Oklahoma Recycling Conference at UCO! Jason gave a great talk on composting in Oklahoma, and this afternoon we will host a tour at our Production Facility. Big things happening around us, call us for more information on what you can do with compost. Learn more


  • Tour 2014
  • Tour 2014
  • Tour 2014
  • Tour 2014

Special thanks to all our 31 guests who attended our 2014 Quarry Tour. The tour included the Rock-It Natural Stone quarries to see first hand where and how stone is extracted. There were also presentations on how to best use natural stone, how it is produced and more. Everyone had a great time and, in our opinion, it was our best tour yet. Next year’s event is planned for October 1-2. We hope you can join us. Read more

Tulsa Elgin Street project

August 29, 2014Mike Mayzakin the field, #CUSOIL

Soon there will be healthy trees growing on both sides of the road thanks to our CU Structural Soil. We can't wait to see the results! Learn more about our CU Structural Soil.

Thriving Trees

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It was a beautiful morning in downtown Oklahoma City and we were stoked to see these trees, originally planted in our CU Structural Soil years ago in the very first phase of Project180. The trees could not be doing better. Learn more about our CU Structural Soil.

Santa Fe Train Station

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JULY 24, 2014MINICK STAFFmaking a difference, #Minickstone

We're pleased to share that we'll be be involved in the stone restoration of the Oklahoma City's Amtrak station, known as the Santa Fe Depot on Broadway. Minick Materials will be working directly with the limestone restoration specialists and will be able to supply replacement blocks is necessary. Its am such an honor to be a part of the restoration of this historic building. Read more Santa Fe Depot.

Looking Good...

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May 9, 2014Minick staffin the field, #ThatsBeautiful

Check out this beautiful application of our Desert Gold screenings used in the landscape of Meinder's Garden at the Myriad Gardens. And don't forget to check out our large assortment of products.

On Your Turf Presentation Series

On Your Turf
February 25, 2014 MINICK Staff How To, Presentations

Let us speak at your next group meeting, it's FREE! We are dedicated to being the regional leader in our industry and offering expertise to help make your project a success. Our On Your Turf series allows us to bring our expertise to you.

We can show you how to turn any project into a success with one of our informational presentations. We speak on a variety of topics, such as Designing A Lower Maintenance Landscape, Building a Raised Flower Bed and Composting.

Read more about our On Your Turf series.

Minick Archives

January 5, 2014 MINICK STAFF Video, CU-Structural Soil

We found this in our archives. Shot in 2011, this video is considered old by Internet standards, but we think you'll enjoy watching Teresa Minick and a Minick staff member discuss materials we use, including our renowned CU-Structural Soil, developed by Cornell University.