Central Florida Site Clearing, Excavation & Development

Swell Construction is a leader in land clearing and site development in Central Florida. We can help your property achieve its full potential. With our professional and skilled personnel, we not only provide accurate estimates, but perform every job in a timely manner and cost effectively. We specialize in land clearing, grading, earthwork, excavation, storm water system installation, utility systems installation, and paving.

Whether it’s a large housing development, a commercial real estate project, or a residential home, every construction undertaking starts from the ground up. Central Florida is rapidly expanding, a solid foundation is essential for a successful project. 

While it may be invisible once the project is done, site preparation is vital.

If a site is not prepared properly before construction begins, the entire project can be compromised. Preparation includes land clearing, grading, proper compaction, soil stabilization, dewatering, excavation, paving, storm water and utility system installation. 

Working are proud to work with the top companies throughout Central Florida 


Hanover Capital Partners

DR Horton 

David Weekley Homes

Beazer Homes

Hanover R.S. Construction 

Heritage Homes 

Bellalago, Kissimmee 

Sand Lake Granada 

Solivita, Poinciana 

Bellaviva, Haines City 

The first step is excavation and land clearing. Removing any unwanted trees and shrubs that are needed for the project.

This also includes any unwanted materials, rocks, stones, and garbage. Dirt may need to be excavated, depending on the soil and ground level, to ensure the highest quality, new dirt may need to be brought in and placed down. This creates a flat, secure surface for construction, which is vital for long term stability. 

The next step is grading the land. This ensures the ground is reshaped to the planned grades. Proper drainage is imperative for any property in Florida, of which land grading plays an important role. It also helps control sedimentation, soil erosion, and surface runoff.  Improper grading can result in increase peak flows, high runoff, poor drainage, and flooding. If the ground is left at levels that are inappropriate, it disturbs the natural patterns of the storm water and can cause a huge, costly mess.