What You Need To Know About The Excavation Process in Orlando/Osceola

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After careful planning, your Central Florida construction process is ready to begin. The first step is to clear the site. But what does that entail? Land clearing, grading, earthwork, excavation, paving and storm water and utility systems installation.

The Process of Clearing Your Property 

To prepare the property for construction it will need all the debris and rocks, removed. As well as unwanted trees and brush. Soil management also takes place, and some soil may be removed. These tasks typically use several types of heavy equipment, backhoes and bulldozers.

How Does It Start?

The process of excavation begins with an assessment of the property. Thorough examination of the property that will be excavated. Establishing a game plan as well as determining the boundaries.

Grading 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.

Swell Construction is Central Florida’s premier excavation company. Since 1989 we have partnered with both large commercial projects and individual jobs. We take pride in quality land clearing, grading, earthwork, excavation, paving and storm water and utility systems installation, to get your project done under budget and on time! 

We are committed to not only protecting your best interest, but also that of the community. We ensure minimal impact on the environment and keeping intact the existing underground utilities, without causing damage to the landscape or property. 

Contact Swell Construction Group today and find out why we are the premier land clearing and excavation service in Central Florida.