Commercial Site Work

Trusted by America’s largest brands for over 50 years

Site Work Contractors

Parker Excavation’s site work services have been trusted by businesses in the North Country for over 50 years. The secret of our success is providing excavation solutions like foundations, trenching, pond building, and other dirt work services at a fair price.

No matter how large or small the job, we’ll deliver the same award-winning solutions with modern technology, family values, and unmatched customer service.

Foundation Construction

Parker Excavation uses the latest excavating equipment and technology to shape your building site for construction. We can move, remove, add, and process soil to meet your required specifications.

Trenching Services

If your construction site requires trenching, Parker Excavation can offer you professional guidance. We have the experience necessary to complete your project while complying with all City and State regulations.


Call us today to speak with a Commercial Site Work Expert at Parker Excavation

Family business serving the North Country for over 50 years

Pond Excavation & Construction

Parker Excavation provides comprehensive pond excavation and pond construction services. From clearing the land through to filling the pond, we can take care of it all. Our state-of-the-art processes and procedures save our clients time and money.

Our pond excavation process includes:

  • Clearing/Shaping land
  • Burning brush
  • Digging the pond
  • Building the pond dam
  • Installing an overflow system
  • Filling the pond
  • Performing pond maintenance

Commercial Site Preparation

Our expert site contractors provide complete land clearing solutions that can transform your land into a workable construction site. Our land clearing services include removing trees, stumps, debris, and any other obstacles that prevent your project from reaching the next stage of development.

Soil Stabilization

Soil stabilization should be considered before construction begins to ensure the foundation is strong and stable. Parker Excavation can evaluate your land to determine which soil stabilization technique is best for your location.  The soil stabilization techniques that we offer include:

  • Soil compaction
  • Soil dewatering
  • Adding cement
  • Erosion control

Benefits of our Site Work Services

Choose Parker Excavation’s site work contractors and benefit from over 50 years of experience in the North Country. We work with companies of all shapes and sizes in your local area.

Here are some more benefits you’ll enjoy with Parker Excavation:

Trusted by America's Largest Brands

Benefit from our decades of experience working with some of America’s largest brands like Walmart, Walgreens, CVS Pharmacy and Family Dollar.

Building Code Experts

Parker Excavation has helped businesses stay compliant with City and State regulations in the North Country for over 50 years.

One-Stop Site Contractors

We can handle all of your site development work including land clearing, foundations, excavations, trenching, soil stabilization, and much more!

On-Site Estimates

Our friendly site services experts can visit your location and provide you with a fast, fully-informed estimate.

Site Work Contractors FAQs

Site work construction encompasses a large part of the total construction project because it is typically considered to be anything that is worked on except for the building of the physical structure. This includes constructing the foundation of the building, trenching, excavating septic systems, digging pipelines, land clearing, pond excavation, soil stabilization, concrete placing, and many other services.

It is common to think that excavating contractors only dig and haul dirt out of a job site, but excavating contractors are responsible for grading the soil, clearing the land, preparing the job site, and other tasks. One of the most important tasks that an excavator is responsible for is preparing the job site for construction. If the job site isn’t prepared properly it can make it difficult for the project to be successful.

There are a wide variety of excavation techniques used on construction sites. Depending on the type of project you have it is common to see excavation techniques such as channel excavation, bridge digging, drainage excavation, dredging, much digging, stripping, topsoil removal, borrowing, footing, and more. Having a variety of different excavation techniques in your arsenal can provide a job site excavator with the tools needed to work on a large variety of different projects.

The excavation of a construction site can be a long process or a relatively short process depending on the project. The excavation process typically begins with an analysis of the area. This is where the action plan is written up as well as all of the potential trouble areas such as piping or septic systems to be aware of before digging begins. The action plan is vital to keep the project on the set timeline and make sure any materials such as underground wiring or piping isn’t accidentally damaged.

Trenching is a common technique used in the excavation process because of its ability to accurately place underground infrastructure without having to dig up the entire site. Trenches are diggings that are long, narrow, and deeper than they are wide. This is different from typical excavation as those are typically holes that are roughly equal when it comes to their dimensions.

Trenches are often used when placing long infrastructure such as gas lines, water piping, or electrical wiring. Trenching protects them because of how deep the trenches are typically dug. Trenching can be difficult to perform because their narrow sides leave them susceptible to collapse and flooding.

Parker Excavation’s site contractors are trained to deal with trenching as well as various other methods of excavation and construction site preparation.

Contact Parker Excavation Today

If you are ready to get started on your job, Parker Excavation & Construction will provide you with a service that you can find nowhere else. Contact us today to discuss your project further.