Complete Earthworks offers an extensive line of services
including, but not limited to, the following
Excavating and Grading: Moving earth from one spot to another from small quantities to 1000’s or more cubic yards
Utility Line Installation, Repair, Maintenance, and Inspection: Water lines from ½” to 24”, Sewer lines from 3” to 24”, Storm drain from 4” to 10’ and larger; including box culverts, conarch systems, and subterranean storm water retention, Gas line excavation, sleeving, and installation, Primary and secondary electric including service upgrading, Septic System Design, Installation, Permitting, and Inspections.
Retaining Walls: Installation, permitting, and design
Concrete Placement: New sidewalks, driveways, and patios.
Asphalt Paving: Trench patching to streets to parking lots.
We guide and help plan your complete excavation project from start to finish with the following guidelines in mind;
• Estimate project. Including value
• Schedule and coordinate Blue
Stake (Existing Utility Locating)
• Order and schedule delivery of
• Schedule and coordinate survey,
testing, and inspections
• Engineering and design as
• Acquire Permits as necessary
During the excavation process, everything in the planning stage gets implemented using the highest quality standards the we are known for.
• Mobilize heavy equipment
• Utility installation
• Prep finish grade for concrete and
• Install site concrete and asphalt
• Fine grade for landscaping
After the excavation is complete, all work is verified to industry standards and client satisfaction:
• Site visit to verify proper drainage.
• Meet with clients to answer any
questions concerning the
operation of utilities.
• Warranty of 2 years post
Complete Earthworx was formed in 2018 by Michael Egurola. Michael has over 30 years in the excavating and construction industry. Prior to starting his own business he worked side by side for his father's company starting from the bottom and working his way to the top, learning all aspects of this industry.
In 2004 his father's company was named National Contractor of the Year by Equipment World Magazine. Michael's parents called it a team effort. Even though Michael no longer works for his father there is respect and help between them that has helped the growth of both companies.