Before breaking ground on any residential or commercial project, Brown Construction will actively evaluate the construction needs of each project and help you plan and execute:
                Erosion Control
                Underground Utilities
                Dirt Work
                Trench and Backfill

It’s more complicated than just moving dirt around. If you want it done right before you start, it’s important to consider the site’s overall contour, its soil content, drainage challenges, building placement and any plans for possible expansion.

The Brown Construction team is experienced in working in all types of environments. They understand the big picture when it comes to proper site preparation. Our continual focus on quality workmanship and timely project completion has earned us many industry awards, as well as a long list of happy customers.

In a typical residential construction project, the excavation contractor shows up after the surveying crew determines the house and lot boundaries. The contractor removes the soil to the depth required for the new foundation and ensures that the soil is firm through compaction tests and compaction with equipment, if necessary. The dig requirements are precise, so the excavation contractor must be able to use a level and transit to match the grade posted by the surveying crew. After the foundation contractor pours the footers and stem wall, the excavation contractor backfills around the new foundation.

Brown Construction professional managers and experienced equipment operators have the expertise and equipment necessary to make your project a success. From concept to completion, you will find that we are the team you can count on for your next project.