Site Grading requires an excavation company with years of experience. We have the experience needed to get your site prepared properly.
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Site grading is not for every excavation company. Proper grading of building sites takes years of experience to perfect, because your project must have the best site preparation to be successful
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This is is the process of shaping the land to create a level surface for a building or other construction project. Here’s how it typically works:
- Site Analysis: Before grading, a site analysis is conducted to determine the existing site conditions such as topography, soil composition, and drainage patterns.
- Design: Based on the site analysis, a grading plan is developed that identifies the areas to be excavated or filled, the depth of cuts and fills, and the final elevation of the site.
- Excavation: Excavation is the process of removing soil and other materials from the site. This is done using heavy equipment such as bulldozers, excavators, or backhoes. The excavation process may involve cutting and filling of the site to create a level surface.
- Fill: If the site needs to be raised to create a level surface, fill material such as gravel, sand, or dirt is brought in and placed in layers. The fill material is then compacted to ensure stability.
- Grading: Grading involves shaping the surface of the site to the final elevation specified in the grading plan. This is done using grading equipment such as bulldozers, graders, or scrapers. The final grading ensures proper drainage away from the building or other construction project.
- Final Inspection: Once grading is complete, a final inspection is conducted to ensure that the site is level and drainage is properly directed away from the building or other construction project.
This is a complex process that requires knowledge of geology, engineering, and construction.
It is important to hire experienced professionals to ensure that your site is prepared correctly and meets all regulatory requirements.