Excavation and Preparation
SOIL TYPES VARY GREATLY THROUGHOUT SOUTHERN MINNESOTA
Sites require varied preparation before beginning any asphalt or concrete project. Our experience ensures that we use the best method to provide the longest life possible for your asphalt or concrete. Base work preparation is the most critical step in every project. We begin with top soil excavation, soil corrections, soil stabilization and drainage connections.
Base work also includes removal of trees and existing material, as well as the addition of aggregate. From Geo Textile Fabrics to various rock types, we furnish and place any aggregate your project calls for including, recycled asphalt and concrete.
Prepping for most asphalt or concrete project involves removal work. Removal can include almost anything, but most often involves:
- previous concrete or asphalt surfaces
- fences and retaining walls
Over the years, very few objects have stopped a project. From dog houses to human houses, we have demolished them all!
We start with top soil excavation, soil corrections, soil stabilization and drainage connections. Ensuring that you have proper depths and proper run-offs will improve the quality and longevity of your surfaces. Experience has taught us the best methods to extend the life of your asphalt or concrete.
The final step in preparation work is aggregate. If your aggregate base is of poor quality, ultimately, your surface will be poor quality. From Geo Textile Fabrics to various aggregate types, we can furnish and place any rock your project calls for including, recycled asphalt and concrete.