P & K Sand & Gravel was founded in 1970 as a partnership between Clinton Plummer and Ronald Knight. In 1971, Clint bought out his partner and thus became the sole proprietor.


  After acquiring full control of the company; Clint moved the base of operations from Route 302 in Naples to his home on Ede's Falls Road where his wife, Lois, assumed the secretarial role for the company.

Home Base at Clint's Home


  In 1975 Clint's oldest son Bruce, joined the family business, which at the time, employed a total of 7 employees. Clint's second son, Jeff, soon followed in his brother and father’s footsteps and joined the company in 1979. Soon after, the company purchased it's first excavator on tracks opening new market opportunities for larger commercial projects.

Bruce (Left), Clint (Right)


  It was soon evident that with business booming, while also employing over 20 people, that it was time to find a new home. So, Clint went on the hunt for what would be the current home of P&K's home base. In 1985 the building that would become the main office was moved to its current location. The building itself was moved and repurposed from another Naples business that used to be a filling station on the Naples Causeway.

  On April 1,1989, after the acquisition of the Flagg Pit on the River Road in Naples, P&K decided to become incorporated, becoming P&K Sand & Gravel Inc.

A piece of the whole


  In 1991, a second partner company of P&K, CBJ Property INC, bought the land that is now the Heath Quarry location.  This partnership greatly increased the amount, and type of product that was able to be produced.

Quarry; Pre-Modernization


  For years Clint's son Jeff envisioned a concrete division of P&K being a great addition to the company. In 1995 Jeff began drawing up plans to pitch the idea to his father. Being the numbers man of the company, he put a lot of work and effort into the planning of what was to eventually become the concrete division of P&K.

  Unfortunately, Jeff never saw his dream come to fruition due to a fatal car crash.  However, his dream lived on. For 25 years the Batch plant delivered concrete to thousands of customers. So, if you live in the Lake's Region area it very well could be that the foundation your house sits on was poured by us.

Building the Concrete Plant


  To even further the amount of production, in 2006, Clint, along side his grandson Cory, oversaw the installation of a much safer and modern crusher plant that chugged along for over 15 years until its replacement came in 2020.



  In 2006 Clint handed over the reins of P P&K President to his son Bruce who helped grow the company and kept his fathers vision moving forward. He was also instrumental in finishing what his brother Jeff started with the concrete division. Bruce ran the company for 14 years until his passing in 2020 after a courageous battle against cancer.

Clint with Bruce's Family


  In 2020 it was decided that the grandson of Clint, Cory Mitchell (Left), would assume the role of President while his other grandson, Matt Plummer, assumed the role of Vice President. Making P&K Family owned and operated for three generations!

Cory Mitchell (Left) + Matt Plummer (Right)


  It's amazing how short 50 years really is; but we’re in this for the long haul! We aim to be your supplier of choice - in fact, your only supplier. We understand this requires more than just a few quality products and great pricing on our end. We know you also need the most professional, personal, informative and quickest service available. We know that the quality of our service affects your work, your reputation and the money you make, so we know we must be the best. And so that’s what we offer you. The best.

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4th of July Parade Float

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Bruce & Clint with wives Lois and Karen
Bruce & Clint with wives Lois and Karen

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Clint Plummer
Clint Plummer

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