Earthwork is a foundational aspect of construction projects, setting the groundwork for subsequent phases of development and ensuring the stability and safety of structures built on the site.

Mass Excavation Excavation

Mass excavation refers to the large-scale removal or displacement of soil, rock, or other materials from a construction site. This process is typically employed in the early stages of construction projects. Mass excavation is crucial for preparing the site and achieving the desired grade or elevation. Texcon works with numerous geotechnical companies to achieve desired results.

Mass excavation is a crucial step in the construction process, setting the groundwork for subsequent construction activities. It requires careful planning, skilled operators, and adherence to safety and environmental standards.

Import/ Export Export

Texcon has the experience and the expertise to provide a top-notch product whether the project requires a cut and export or an import of offsite soils.

Erosion Control Control

Erosion control refers to the implementation of measures to prevent or minimize soil erosion, which is the process by which soil is displaced or carried away by wind, water, or other natural forces. Soil erosion can have detrimental effects on the environment, agriculture, infrastructure, and water quality. Erosion control measures aim to protect soil resources, maintain land productivity, prevent sedimentation in water bodies, and preserve natural habitats.

Effective erosion control requires careful planning, site assessment, selection of appropriate measures, and ongoing maintenance to ensure long-term effectiveness. Texcon has ample experience with SWPPP requirements such as silt fencing, construction entrances, concrete wash outs, and inlet protection.

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