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Excavating & Demolition

Updated on December 7, 2012

Demolition & Excavation

The sudden crash of a wrecking ball sends shivers up the spine and smiles to the faces of just about everyone I know. You don't need to be a kid to wish you were in the cab directing the path of that wrecking ball. And estimates from 2009 show it's a lucrative business to be in with billings of over 4 billions dollars.

Wrecking and demolishing bridges, stadiums, skyscrapers and just about any structure you can think of, that's the job and the passion of the men and women who work in the Demolition industry. But they also are involved in the clearing of debris left after the boom has gone silent. Additionally there is the recycling of materials and removing of hazardous materials before and after the demolition.


The Act of Demolishing

Now This Is Demolition


The Act of Digging

About Excavation

Construction Excavation is all about moving earth obstacles that are in the way of the construction. Obstacles may include earth, rock, trees and shrubs. Usually heavy equipment like a bulldozer or other earth-moving equipment is used but Excavation also includes the use of explosives and tunneling equipment. What ever it takes to make room for the new building, road or recreational installation the excavator will get the job done.

Excavation Terms Include:

  • Digging
  • Grading
  • Tunneling
  • Trenching
  • Driling


Any Thoughts?

Dig It Up or Take It Down

RCI Construction located in Londonderry, NH is glad to sponsor this page. If you need Excavation & Demolition Services in the Southern New Hampshire area give them a call at (603) 432-4840 ...


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