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Expert Excavation Support

In the world of engineering, there are many types of excavation that can be performed. Excavation work is not simple and if excavation support is not properly provided, it can be an unsafe area for both workers and other persons.

The United States Department of Labor actually provides detailed guidelines and requirements to reduce the possibility of accidents that could cause severe injuries or even deaths. When working with a company experienced in providing professional and safe excavation support systems, it is important that you receive assurances that they both understand and employ more than the minimum safety requirements as provided by the OSHA Office of Training and Education.

One such company that has vast experience and employs safe and professional standards on each excavation support project that they manage is Moretrench. With a more than 100 year old history and experience in providing constructional and geotechnical services and with headquarters in New Jersey, along with offices in New York, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Florida, Iowa and Maryland, you can be well assured that you are dealing with a top company in this special field of construction.

Moretrench continues to grow and expand their areas of expertise. In the 1970’s, they became involved in dewatering station excavations as well as running tunnels for mass transit systems across America, in places such as Boston, Buffalo, Baltimore, Washington D.C., New York, Atlanta and San Francisco.

In the late 1990’s they also got involved in contracting projects in the underpinning, excavation support and soil stabilization markets. They also added on the ability to manage soil nailing, micropiles, tieback and tiedown anchorage systems as well as deep foundations. Their commitment to quality and service, along with an ever growing interest in all fields of construction has made them a national leader for many years now. Click here for more information.