After the contractor completes the cleaning and grubbing work; there’ll be some places which will need filling while some other areas of the land will be quite high and need cutting down the soil. Rough grading is the process of cutting and filling the land before the building starts. The excavation contractor does the cut and fill procedure according to a couple of civil plans that indicated the present overlays and land elevations. Excavation begins by cutting down the places that are too high and moving the material to areas where the level of the soil is very low. A bulldozer tracks down this material to be certain that there is stability or compaction. Trench excavation is used mainly for the placement of underground utilities or to dig ditches. The utility is placed in the trench, covered and then compacted so that the place is smooth and even without bumps and drops. Open trenches may be utilized to divert water away from the property and towards an area which is designated to avoid erosion or flooding. An excavation contractor prepares sites for both residential and commercial purposes. The contractor compacts and prepares construction pads for foundations, basements, driveways, parking lots and more or less every surface that’s developed. This is done by means of heavy gear such as compactors, bulldozers, and rollers. Other equipment is used to dig like backhoes and excavators.