BedRock Siteworks has many years of experience offering these services individually and in combination. We help you understand how foundations work and aid you in choosing the right foundation design for your building. We can guide you through the entire process; from helping you choose the right size for your structure, to applying for a building permit, performing the installation, and finishing the site work required.
BedRock Siteworks focuses primarily on site preparation, foundations, driveways, excavation, and retaining walls. In addition, we also do projects that do not involve structures, including re-grading, leveling, water lines, drainage systems, and trenching.
When you need to remove an old structure to create space for a new one, we do the demolition and removal of the existing structure.
Planning and Site Design
Planning and site design tasks are very important to do FIRST so you can avoid costly mistakes.Read more
Stone Base Foundations and Pads
For your shed pad, the ground is excavated to a level grade, and in some cases a retaining wall added to extend your site.Read more
Excavate your ground to a level grade for a strong concrete foundation for your building. And, special excavation to divert storm water.Read more
Excavating and Site Preparation
Excavate to prepare your ground for a new shed, barn, equine arena or other building. Or, excavate to control storm water on site.Read more
Increase usable space and prevent erosion with well designed, excavated, and built retaining walls.Read more
Equestrian arenas often exist in combination with a horse barn. Choose from an indoor or outdoor equestrian arena for your horses.Read more
Drainage and Erosion Solutions
Storm water management is key to the long life of your building and is likely a requirement for any excavation and construction project.Read more
Gravel and Concrete Driveways
Excavation and clearing for affordable gravel driveways and strong, permanent concrete driveways for your house, barn, and property.Read more
Old, falling down buildings, brush, and other site material is removed before our site work and further excavation begins.Read more