Excavation Services

Our excavation services include everything from small excavations like minor trenching to full-on commercial land clearing. If you have any questions about the services we provide, feel free to give us a call at 719-249-8008.


Commercial Excavation Project

Commercial excavation projects are often large and have complications arise. Unlike many companies, we do everything we can to stay within budget and avoid mass change orders which increase the excavation project budget.

Residential Excavation Project

Residential excavation projects can vary in size, but the one thing they have in common is needing heavy machinery. We can help with jobs as small as clearing and leveling land for a new barn/outbuilding, up to clearing acres of land. 

Land Clearing & Preparation

With heavy machinery we remove large amounts of trees, rocks, boulders, debris, or any other obstacle between you and the completion of your upcoming project. Before you can get the land level you must first clear it.


Before most structures can be built you must first build a base or foundation. To ensure you have a strong foundation you will always want to have a grading contractor establish a level base, or one with a specific slope.

Backfilling & Compacting

Backfilling is exactly what it sounds like, putting dirt or sometimes a replacement soil back into the trench, foundation, or hole in which it came from. This dirt then needs to be compacted so that it is solid and safe.

Driveway & Road Work

Driveways and roadways can range in size and purpose but the one thing they all have in common is that they make it a smoother and safer drive. We have built gravel & aggregate driveways of all shapes and sizes.

Septic Tank Digs

A septic tank repair or replacement often calls for overlot excavation as well as backfilling after the repair or replacement is done. We are the one stop shop for all of the excavation work for your septic system repair.

Erosion & Drainage Control

Erosion & drainage control is all about dealing with the flow of water. Sometimes it requires a reaining wall and sometimes you need a drainage ditch. It all depends on the project and the land its on.