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Skilled excavation in nh & VT

Are you in search of a reliable excavation partner that transforms visions into reality, one dig at a time? Look no further than Thomson Excavation! With a proven track record of turning complex terrains into solid foundations, we are your go-to solution for all excavation needs. Our team of seasoned experts brings decades of experience to the table, ensuring precision, safety, and innovation in every project we undertake.

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  • Construction Excavation: This is the most common type of excavation, involving the removal of soil and other materials to create space for building foundations, basements, roads, trenches, and other structures.

  • Trench Excavation: Trenches are narrow, elongated excavations used for utilities installation (such as water, sewer, or electrical lines), drainage systems, or other purposes requiring a deeper but narrower excavation.

  • Cut and Fill Excavation: Cut and fill excavation involves cutting material from one area and using it to fill in another area to create level ground or desired slopes for construction projects.

  • Foundation Excavation: This type of excavation is specifically for preparing the ground and digging the foundation for a building or structure. It requires precision to ensure proper depth and alignment.

  • Archaeological Excavation: Archaeologists use excavation to uncover and study historical artifacts, structures, and remains buried beneath the ground. This helps to understand the history and culture of a region.

  • Environmental Excavation: Environmental excavations are conducted to remediate contaminated sites, remove hazardous materials, or restore ecosystems. These projects focus on improving environmental quality.

  • Dredging: Dredging involves removing sediment and debris from bodies of water, such as harbors, rivers, and lakes, to improve navigation, maintain water depth, and manage flood risk.

  • Road and Highway Excavation: Excavation is necessary for constructing roads, highways, and transportation infrastructure. It involves clearing land, cutting through hills, and creating embankments.

  • Pipeline and Utility Installation: Excavation is crucial for installing pipelines, utilities, and underground services like gas, water, sewer, and telecommunications lines.

  • Dam Construction: Excavation is a key component of dam construction projects, where large quantities of earth and rock are excavated to create the dam structure.

  • Landscaping Excavation: In landscaping projects, excavation is used to shape the terrain, create ponds, build retaining walls, and install features like swimming pools or garden beds.

  • Demolition: While not strictly excavation, demolition involves the controlled destruction of existing structures, often followed by excavation to remove debris and prepare the site for new construction.

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