Construction Site Clearing

It's essential to acknowledge that construction site clearing and scalping come with their set of challenges and considerations. Incomplete clearing may lead to project delays, while inadequate clearing can result in unstable foundations, affecting the project's structural integrity. Additionally, environmental impact and compliance with local regulations and permits are critical aspects that require careful planning and execution to avoid legal issues and ensure the safety and sustainability of the construction
Site clearing may also include removal of vegetation, stumps, buried roots, demucking, demolition of existing hardscape or buildings.

For most counties in South Florida Site Clearing will require you to first add an erosion control plan which at minimum consists of erosion rock for highly trafficked areas and a perimeter silt fence.

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Site Clearing with onsite storage of fill

scalping a construction site clearing, piles of scalpings ready to be hauled out