Premier Concrete Block Masonry Products
Designed, Built and Sold in New Mexico
Crego Block is a leading manufacturer of concrete masonry products in New Mexico. Established in 1946, Crego has a long history of providing quality block units for walls, patios, and landscaping in addition to architectural block for both residential and commercial projects.
Crego carries concrete masonry units (CMU), segmented retaining wall block, and pavers in stock in a variety of colors and finishes. All of our products are created right here at our plant in Albuquerque, NM. We also provide custom color options for your residential or commercial project. Stop by our showroom and talk to our experienced staff about your next project.
Architectural Block / CMU
Concrete masonry units (CMUs), also known as architectural block, are used for commercial and residential projects. Our CMUs are available in a wide range of colors and finishes including smooth, split-face and burnished.
Segmented Retaining Walls
Crego Block offers a wide selection of easy to install segmented retaining wall block that will complement any outdoor area.
Concrete pavers are a great option for walkways, patios, and driveways. Crego offers several sizes and design options.
An outdoor fireplace or fire pit will turn your space into a memorable experience.
Custom Block for Any project
At Crego, our goal is to celebrate the elegance and durability of masonry construction by providing top notch products that will serve end users for generations. We accomplish this through a time-tested production style, unrivaled attention to detail, and hands-on customer service. Don’t hesitate to call or stop by our Albuquerque showroom today; our friendly staff will guide you in your search for the perfect masonry solution.
3 Color Blending, a Crego Exclusive
Our plant in Albuquerque has a batching system with the ability to blend 3 colors into the production of all of our products. The most popular blended color is Gold Rush, combining the rich tones of tan, brown, and gray. Gold Rush gives concrete masonry units the look of natural stone.
Color blending is most common in the production of segmental retaining walls and concrete pavers. The blending process is also possible in architectural smooth and split faced units.
If you are looking to set your project apart with distinct, natural colors, consider the use of blended colors.