This project in Cochranville, PA required Hydro Excavation for several trenches onsite. Our team also used pellets for a dryer dumping material.
Vacuum excavation is ideal when access to the dig site is restricted due to overhead clearances, structural congestion, physical obstruction, narrow access road, or unstable soil conditions.
Hydro Excavation is ideal for those hard to reach projects. Take for example this pole hole project that required remote excavation for a pole replacement. Look closely for a thumbs up from our crew – nice work guys!
At Ecotech, we believe in building strong long lasting relationships with our clients and partners. We are driven each day by our core values which include Success & Safety of Others, Respectful Communication, Honesty & Hard Work, and a Positive Attitude, and we work laboriously to meet the highest in safety standards as well as reliability for our customers. Our job is to offer the best service, while also being aware of our client’s individual needs and budgets. Over the years, we have had the pleasure of working with many industry leading companies on a variety of exciting projects, and Rettew is one such company.
We were honored to have Bill Steinhart, Senior Geophysicist of Rettew Associates take time out of his busy schedule to sit down with us to discuss Rettew and its Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE) services as well as the relationship that has developed between our two companies. Read more
Brought onto this project by an electrical contractor, we used air excavation to help confirm multiple existing utilities in the way of the pole install design.
Our trucks are not only powerful and high tech, but they also have a specific cool factor. We’re truck geeks here at EcoTech and we’re so impressed with the ability of our high-powered GapVax VH-55 and HV-56 trucks that we wanted to highlight six things that make these machines so unique.
When an electrical contractor contacted us to help them with a project at a Steel Plant in Coatesville, PA our team was up for the task!
Hydro Excavating was needed to trench, expose and repair an electric primary conduit. The area was too congested underground for traditional mechanical equipment, and so hand digging would have been required in this situation.
The answer is yes, yes, and yes! With years of experience working in these types of settings, we know that sprawling college and university campuses can have numerous underground utility lines and pipes that have not been located and marked in decades due to their age. For safety reasons, it’s important to know what’s underground especially when upgrades and expansions are underway. No problem, right? Well, it’s not always that easy.
Our hydro excavating services were proudly featured on Pumper which highlighted a project our guys tackled in a Lancaster County mobile home community!
From substation excavations to fruit spill cleanups, there is nothing our team can’t conquer! Our innovative technology using vacuum excavation has allowed us to remove an overturned truck loaded with fruit from marshlands while also completing the job with minimal disturbance to the ground. The vacuum technology of our trucks creates innovative solutions to minimize the damage of properties and the environment. This holds true for the sinkholes and the milk spill we worked to help clean and repair. We never know what interesting jobs we might be called to!