Hydro Excavation


Hydro-Excavation is a non-mechanical and non-destructive process which combines pressurized water and a high flow of moving air to simultaneously excavate and evacuate native soils at a controlled rate. The soil and water slurry are conveyed via an 8" tube to a truck-mounted debris tank.  This process is quick, clean and precise evacuations which require less backfill, less labor force, less restoration, and less environmental impact than conventional excavation. A controlled flow water stream allows for surgeon-like accuracy!
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     Not Just Hydro Excavation, We Also Do Dry Excavation To. 

Some Examples of Wet and Dry Jobs We've Done:

     * Digging footings for a roller coaster ride at Camp           Snoopy.
     * Cleaning the Dolphin Filters out at a Local Zoo.
     * Working for the City of Minneapolis to clean out             city Sanitary Sewer and Storm Sewer Tunnels.
         -From the Street We were Down 80-90 Feet and              Out 600+ Feet!        
     * Slot Trenching
     * Power/Telephone Pole Holes 
     * Removal of Rock on Roofs of Buildings
     * Sediment Removal in Ponds
     *  Box Culverts Full of Sand
     * Liquid Fertilizer that Solidified in Holding Tanks
        -We added water while Vacuuming into Our                       Trucks and Pumped them into a Tanker to Save                The Product!
     * Removal of Boring/Drilling Gel
     * Clean up of Flared End Section Rocks
     * Removal of Sediment in Water Treatment Tanks
     * Removal of Excess Sand inside a Local Casino
     * Cleaning of Exhibits/Pens at Local Zoo

   The List Goes On and On....

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WE UNDERSTAND NOT EVERY JOB CAN BE REACHED BY THE MEANS OF OUR TRUCK. THAT IS WHERE OUR HOSE TRAILER COMES IN!!
Jobs Ranging From 25' To Over 600'... No Problem For Our Fleet!!
Ground Frozen? Not Stopping Us!
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No Utilities were marked at this location, We found  Three Electrical Wires in this trench.
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