Types of Excavation Our Company Performs
When it comes to excavating companies providing earth work in Houston, you have many choices. Our team of local excavators has a long track-record of performing excavation jobs in a wide range of settings for a variety of purposes, including:
Providing a solution for soggy yards, washed-out driveways or wet basements, French drains work by correcting improper water drainage issues and preventing groundwater from collecting in your yard or basement. French drains utilize a system of trenches and pipes to allow water to run away from your property and structures.
A proper farm irrigation system is a key component of any successful modern farm. From furrow irrigation and graded border irrigation to sprinkler irrigation systems, we can install the right farm irrigation system to make your land productive.
Swimming Pool Excavation
Digging a hole for a new swimming pool may seem straightforward, but when rock or groundwater are hit while digging, the process can become more complicated. Our crew can work with all excavating circumstances to ensure a pool with structural integrity.
Whether you are looking to install a drainage system for your property or you need to lay pipes or electrical cables to bring your building into working condition, digging trenches is a necessary step. Our teams have extensive experience with trenching for all purposes.
Creating a pond on your property can add significant aesthetic value or provide an opportunity for recreational fishing, depending on your purpose. Though digging a pond may seem straightforward, a significant amount of diligence must be performed to ensure that all obstacles and challenges are cleared.
The underwater excavating and dredging required to create a marina is a challenging endeavor, requiring skill and experience. Our crews have the track record necessary to create a marina capable of accommodating your boating requirements.
Irrigation Canal Excavation
Allowing water to be transported from its source to land that needs irrigation, irrigation canals are a necessary component of many farming operations. Digging an irrigation canal that will withstand seepage and erosion is challenging and requires experience and knowledge to execute successfully.
From creating access roads and excavating for water mains to grading land and digging for drainage systems, commercial development requires a wide range of excavation services. Our team has experience carrying out all required excavation for commercial development, from start to finish.
Detention and Retention Pond Excavation
Though they work in different ways, detention ponds and retention ponds are both designed to treat stormwater runoff and control potential floods. Essential in areas with heavy periods of rain or snow melt, digging a detention or retention pond can prevent flood damage.
Proper excavation procedures for constructing foundations require many steps, from ensuring proper site clearance to taking the appropriate safety measures. Our team has experience digging foundations for a wide range of building types.
Creating an embankment to allow a road, canal or railway to traverse low-lying areas is a challenging endeavor and requires understanding the necessary parameters of the planned density, shape and profile grade.
Roadway construction requires a significant amount of excavation, with removal of material and the creation of a borrow pit often necessary. Our crew understands the multiple steps required in this process, ensuring a smooth and uncomplicated excavation.
Allowing for drainage running underneath a road or other parcel of land, a culvert is a key piece of many drainage systems. Our teams have experience excavating culverts and installing road culvert pipe. Our experience with culvert construction means we understand the necessary materials and techniques needed for digging an effective drainage culvert for dirt roads, farm lands, driveways, and land.
Requiring significant heavy-duty equipment, lake excavating can remove silt and sediment build-up and remedy habitat degradation. Such excavation can increase a lake’s storage capacity, decrease evaporative losses and improve drought resistance.
Septic Tank Holes
Necessary for buildings that are not connected to a municipality’s sewer system, septic tanks allow for treatment of wastewater and sewage. Digging a septic tank hole is an important step in properly constructing many new properties.
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