Previous Jobs


Frost Free Hydrant Replacement

JUNE 2022

We were called by a utility company whose truck had backed into this hydrant and bent it over. We were able to excavate just a small portion of the yard (about 2'x4'). We saved the sod and were able to replace it back with only minimal damange to the yard!


Utility Trench

JUNE 2022

As a licensed and bonded excavation company we are able to trench across county maintained gravel roads. This customer needed power trenched from the power pole across the ally way to an additional building on their property. Compacting every layer of dirt will prevent future settlement and potholes.

Driveway Refresh

JUNE 2022

This driveway was riddled with potholes, and ruts. While there had been some stone put down on it previously, it was in desperate need of being graded and additional material.

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Driveway Apron

JUNE 2022

The beginning of this driveway was referred to by the owners as their "pond". It was constantly wet and retaining water, becoming a deeper and larger hole every season. We were able to fill it up with reducing sizes of rock which will allow for drainage for years to come.

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Clearing View of Columbia Mountain

MAY 2022

This customer purchased a gorgeous property just off the bank of the Flathead River, and while the view from their patio was gorgeous, it needed just a little bit of trimming up to realize it's full potential. It's going to be a great backdrop for his niece's wedding this summer.

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Driveway Pullout

MAY 2022

This customer's long windy driveway was almost impossible to pull down without going off the edge, especially if you drive a large vehicle or have a trailer. We widened out the corner to both allow for a wider turning radius, and additional parking space for their house guests.

Whitefish Mountain Driveway Pad

MAY 2022

Customer needed some additional space for parking in their driveway. Adding this little slice of stone and compacting it now allows him to park his motorcycle here on the nice summer days we have.

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Traffic View Clearing

MAY 2022

The brush along the front of this property made it almost impossible to pull out safely onto this country road. We brought in our brush mulcher and were able to save the bushes while clearing up the view to provide a view for a safe distance to pull into traffic even with our trailer!

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Whitefish Mountain Container Pad

MAY 2022

We utilized rocks on the customers property to create a border. This area was then cleared of all organics, leveled, and material brought in and compacted to provide a level space for the customer to place a storage container.


Retaining Wall

APRIL 2022

This project was done in conjunction with another contractor. They had been contracted to build a retaining wall to provide for more flat parking area on this mountain side home. We excavated the outline for the pilings to be set and the retaining wall to be set.

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Foundation Excavation

APRIL 2022

When this cabin was built the customer hadn't utilized any waterproofing material or paint on the outside of the foundation. This allowed water to seep through the concrete. We were able to excavate almost all the way around the building without upsetting the bank too much to allow for the building to be treated.

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Driveway Widening

APRIL 2022

Before we started this driveway was barely wide enough for one vehicle, and overgrown with grass and weeds. After scraping up and removing the organics, additional gravel was brought in, graded and compacted to allow for additional parking and two directional traffic.

Yard Leveling

APRIL 2022

A low spot running through this yard was the perfect place to run an electric wire without having to dig. However, to bury it we needed to bring in fill. We placed septic tank risers and filled it to bring it up to grade with the rest of the yard

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Outhouse on Blacktail

APRIL 2022

While this is not our normal line of work this customer asked us to build an outhouse for their glamping property. We had already installed the driveway, so adding an outhouse was an added bonus for them to have when they came back from Washington!

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