General Excavating has grown and changed a lot over the past 35-plus years. With roots beginning in service work, as the company gained project experience, large underground utility jobs became the bread and butter of what GE built. Projects have grown in size and complexity, technology has become integrated into almost all aspects of our work, and the demand for resources pushes A/E/C firms to find more economical and sustainable designs. Through it all, one concept has remained firmly in place for GE, how can we provide underground construction solutions to meet our client’s needs? The answer is simple; focus on the ideals that sustain successful companies over time. Those concepts include building and fostering meaningful relationships, treating others fairly and professionally, looking for solutions as problems arise, and understanding that success is achieved only when we all do well.

General Excavating has been blessed with an abundance of talented men and women who care about their work and strive to perfect their craft. These individuals have looked for the best way to assist clients. Is directional boring a less disruptive option for electricians on a school renovation project? Can we assist in permitting and removal of an underground storage tank so a road can be widened? Or is there value in reviewing alignment and phasing on a hydronic piping installation project? Ultimately as our scope concludes we ask our clients and trade partners, "Were you satisfied with the work?" before, during, and after successful project completion?

General Excavating has striven to be the top underground utility contractor in the area. Could your project benefit from early assistance on design development, budget assistance, alternate materials suggestions or construction methods, and ultimately the successful completion of your project? In that case, General Excavating may have what you are looking for as we look forward and another 35 years of BUILDING THE FUTURE.