Excavating means: dig—dig up—dig out—uncover something by digging—remove earth by digging—scoop out—hollow out a cavity or hole—process of excavating.
Excavating: Removal of earth from its natural place by digging—forming a cavity, results from the digging up of the earth.
Excavating contractor is a contractor using heavy equipment to dig up and remove dirt from a work site or relocating dirt, digging for utilities or infrastructure, and construction of commercial and residential sites. They prepare streets, driveways; haul gravel, sand, and fill dirt, dig foundations and basements.
Excavating contractors: Work on roadways—highways—expressways—highway overpasses—highway drainage.
Excavating can be digging up roots in your garden.
Excavating: Dig a trench for drainage—dig a trench or ditch in a backyard or garden.
Excavating: Dig up an existing home sewer line—dig up an existing drain or street culvert—uncover an existing water line or underground utilities.
Excavating: Where a person who digs up or excavates—a machine that digs.
Excavation: A term for activities that involve earth digging, mining, ditch digging, pit excavation and open pit coal mining.
Excavate: Make a hole—unearth—dig up— expose—tunnel—quarry—digging in the ground.
Excavating: Dig a pond—clear land of trees and dig out stumps—dig a septic tank hole—dig sewer beds—erosion control—digging up gravel—pits and quarry—landscaping in your home backyard —reshape the backyard—dig a swimming pool.
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