Non-destructive Excavation Works

How does Non-Destructive Excavation work?

Basically this is a two part process of quick and easy excavation, which firstly uses a jetting rod (similar to a gurney) to spray high pressurised water at the surface to easily break apart any combined surface, such as grass, clay or dirt. The second step is using a high volume suction vacuum to suck up the water and broken apart ground from the first stage of the process.

Customarily excavation can be very dangerous, particularly when working close to power, sewage, and fibre optic lines. This is why we choose the reliability of using a vacuum truck to excavate an area, giving us the flexibility to work around and expose services without any damage or services being disrupted.

Training of employees in areas such as:

  • HR Licence
  • EWP Licence
  • Working Safely at Heights
  • NULCA (Locating)
  • First Aid/CPR
  • Traffic Control
  • Pole Top Rescue
  • Asbestos Removal
  • Vacuum Truck Operation

Other things we do:

  • Regular auditing of site safety set-up and traffic management
  • Weekly site KPI's
  • Toolbox Talks
  • Safety Observations