At some point throughout the demolition process most construction sites will feature an excavating crew. Excavators are large, heavy pieces of construction equipment that display a bucket or claw-like component at the end of a long arm. Continue reading our blog to learn more about what an excavation does, when they are required, and what they need to be successful.
What are Excavation Services?
Excavation services involve the movement of rock and dirt to create space for construction to begin. While it may sometimes look like simply digging holes, it’s precarious and essential work for site preparation, grading, leveling, trenching, removing contaminated soil, and other soil-related tasks. Sometimes excavation even involves removing structures, boulders, trees and other landscaping.
What Types of Projects Require Excavation?
An excavation crew can be required for a wide array of construction and dirt related projects. Anything from commercial landscaping and site restoration to residential pool installations can necessitate professional support.
How is Excavation Successful?
Excavation requires the use of heavy machinery, special tools, and precise measurements to ensure that adjacent buildings will not be compromised and the work aligns with the architect and engineers’ plans and specifications.
First, exploratory work must be performed to identify underground water, gas, electrical lines and other potential hazards and strategize how to dig around them. Your team should have a level of expertise and professionalism that grants you peace of mind.
Morgan Services Group is a leading emergency demolition, excavation, and expediting company in New York City. Over twenty years ago this family owned and operated business was founded on the philosophy of integrity, hard work, grit, and teamwork. Visit our website today to learn more about our array of services and to get in contact with our team.
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