Wide selection of concrete offered

by our factories in Montérégie and Estrie

Our plants in Montérégie and Estrie produce quality concrete that is adapted to the different needs of our customers.

To do this, quality components are carefully adjusted by our qualified personnel who care about the quality of the product.

The proximity of our factories and the quality of our workforce allow us to offer a high level of service to our customers.

Les Carrières de Saint-Dominique ltée offers a wide range of ready-mixed concrete products:

Conventional concrete

Conventional concretes are the most frequently used in the residential, industrial, commercial and agricultural fields. These common concretes have strengths that vary between 10 MPa and 45 MPa, with or without entrained air.


In order to identify the different products available, the CSA standard classifies concrete mixes according to different criteria, the main one being exposure classes (exposed to freezing, de-icing salt, etc.).

High Performance Concrete (HPC)

These concretes offer a resistance of more than 50 MPa. The quality department of Les Carrières de Saint-Dominique ltée is able to meet all the needs of its customers.

Self-Consolidating Concrete (SCC)

These concretes allow placement with a minimum of effort, i.e. they have high workability and require little or no vibration in order to consolidate them in the formwork.


It is a concrete that ensures a good filling of the formwork and a superior surface quality while allowing to obtain a durable structure with homogeneous properties.

Anti-leaching concrete

When structures must be set up with the continuous presence of water or if they take place under water, the anti-leaching concrete will be able to meet the environmental conditions. Adjuvants added to the mix provide resistance to water washout. Adequate preparation of the premises as well as proper installation will allow you to derive all the advantages of this product.

Shrinkage compensated concrete

A powdered admixture used to reduce and compensate for shrinkage in Portland cement-based concrete.

Aerated concrete

This concrete has a high entrained air content, low compressive strength (MPa) and is mainly used to fill empty spaces.

Colored concrete

Colorants may be added to concrete for aesthetic purposes. The range of colors available is very wide to suit all tastes.

Mass concrete

When large elements are concreted, the heat given off by the concrete must be limited in order to reduce its expansion. This type of concrete is therefore designed to give off less heat than conventional concrete.

fibrous concrete

The fiber is designed to replace wire mesh and, in some cases, reinforcing steel. There are different types of fibers that are added to concrete, including steel fiber and synthetic fiber. The fiber makes it possible to reduce the costs related to the preparation of the element to be concreted while ensuring a tensile strength comparable to or greater than that of conventional steel.

Lightweight concrete

Unlike ordinary concrete which has a density of ± 2,350 kg/m³, lightweight concrete will have a density which varies between 240 and 2,100 kg/m³. Mixes for this type of concrete are designed to have strengths between 0.7 and 40 MPa. This concrete is most often used for architectural needs.


The shotcrete contains little water and is placed using a hose operated by compressed air. This concrete is therefore projected onto the surface according to the required thickness and shape. This concrete has the advantage of not requiring any formwork, promoting rapid execution of the work and lasting repair at a lower cost.

Concrete backfill without shrinkage

The non-shrink backfill mixture contains a large amount of water and little cement in order to obtain low strengths of the order of 1 to 3 MPa. This is used to fill excavations quickly and eliminates the steps of filling and compacting with stone. As soon as the water in the mixture has been absorbed by the floor, surface finishing can be carried out.

LEED concrete (Leadership in energy and environmental design)

LEED is an eco-certification for buildings. LEED concretes, or commonly called green concretes, allow a better environmental footprint than conventional concretes by their constituents and their manufacturing process. Various criteria, such as the supply distances of raw materials and the addition of cement additives, make it possible to obtain LEED points which are used to obtain building certification.

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