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Excavation is performed by workers in the construction field who use heavy machinery to move earth. This trade involves demolishing old buildings, creating new ones or tackling projects involving installation of driveways, landscaped yards or graded property. Learn more about the terms frequently used in this industry.

  • Contractor – This person specializes in an aspect of excavation helping to oversee and complete a job. The experts usually have a specific skill such as landscaping, electricals or underground drilling.
  • Demolition – Demolition is the process by which old or unsafe buildings are destroyed. One must make sure all wiring connections, utilities and water outlets are shut down before destroying the structure to prevent electrical fire or flooding. Explosives break up the concrete structure causing its collapse.
  • Excavate – Excavation is a process in which earth is moved to make way for something. Specialists use heavy equipment to move the dirt from one area to another when digging holes, leveling surfaces or creating drainage trenches. Excavated areas may be created to install concrete footings for new constructions.
  • Grading – Grading is a process in which skilled contractors oversee workers as they push dirt around using bulldozers to level the surface for paving or drainage. Grading involves dozing the soil until you have a surface that is sloped just enough for water to drain from a road of foundation.
  • Heavy Duty Equipment – Heavy equipment is key to many excavation jobs. Bulldozers easily push earth around while backhoes dig huge holes and trenches. Bucket loaders and dump trucks move the unwanted dirt to new areas for fill.
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    K A Stevens & Son Inc
    37 Aspen Rd, Newport, NH 03773
    We are a residential and commercial site, road, and utility contractor. We pride ourselves on performing a fast, efficient, quality job and a lasting customer relationship. If you need an area excavated, we can help.
    (603) 863-6325
    Nutbrown & Sons Construction
    1330 Coles Pond Road, Danville, VT 05828
    Residential builder offering home building contractors, specializing in new construction, additions, remodels, garages, basement finishes, decks, siding, and more.
    (802) 748-4644
    Jeff Bradley Excavating
    4452 Airport Rd, Newport, VT 05855
    We are a full service excavation contracting company. We install and repair driveways and septic systems. Other services offered include land clearing, grading, ponds, cellar holes, & earthmoving.
    (802) 272-7896
    Mosher Excavating Inc.
    P.o. Box 63, Killington, VT 05751
    Excavating contractor offering grading, site work, pond installation, and utility preparation, as well as land contouring. We are fully insured and qualified, with an excellent equipment list.
    (802) 422-3146
    H. Stickney Iii Excavating
    6310 Whipple Hollow Rd, Florence, VT 05744
    Providing services to residential, commercial, and municipal customers. Services include site work, road building & repair, drainage & erosion control, and septic repair & installation.
    (802) 770-9482
    Aardvark Excavating
    8015 Elmore Mountain Rd, Morrisville, VT 05661
    Welcome to Aardvark - a full service excavation company that specializes in hazardous excavation and tree removal. Our skilled operators would take on jobs that people don't usually prefer.
    (802) 227-0017
    EE Packard Enterprises
    East Montpelier, VT 05651
    (802) 229-5741
    Capitol Earthmoving Inc
    131 S Main St Ste 1, Barre, VT 05641
    (802) 476-4833
    Dodge Frank E & Son Inc
    Johnson, VT 05656
    (802) 635-7622
    Paul Mario R Excavating
    Derby, VT 05829
    (802) 766-4789
    A C C Excavation
    Bristol, VT 05443
    (802) 453-5954
    Griffin & Griffin Excavating Inc
    1909 Airport Rd, Moretown, VT 05660
    (802) 583-2500
    Percy Dale Inc
    269 Weeks Hill Rd, Stowe, VT 05672
    (802) 253-8503
    Willey Construction Inc
    Calais, VT 05648
    (802) 456-7077
    Eric's Excavating
    Colchester, VT 05449
    (802) 863-9027


    A company which excavates earth does so to ready it for a building or other form of practical use. Contractors hired to excavate a parcel of land might variously be hired to clear the surface or subterranean area of a property. The excavation industry can involve a varied number of equipment items and procedures. Additionally, professionals in this field may work hand-in-hand with construction, demolition, electrical installation, or landscape companies. The specific practices to be used when contractors excavate some land can vary according to the particular client. For example, excavation contractors might assist with the demolition of buildings no longer required or sufficient for use. On the other hand, excavation can also be ordered to prepare properties for construction for the first time. Excavation in this second form often involves moving heavy quantities of earth so that a new foundational structure or material like concrete can be installed. Grading dirt in former mining areas can also determine the necessity of hiring contractors. Accordingly, this industry typically involves such machinery as dozers, crawlers and backhoes. Contractors could thus carry out dozing of the relevant area. They might also be tasked with drilling into underground layers of earth. After clearing out trenches, other professionals can place electrical utilities as required. Excavators could also prepare roads for paving and the laying of concrete. In short, the excavation industry plays an integral role in land use. From transporting earth to readying construction projects, contractors can serve a number of useful functions and roles.
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