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Earthmoving Geelong

We offer a wide range of earthmoving services to both residential and commercial clients across The City of Greater Geelong. Our business of excavation in Geelong has grown significantly over the past few years and now incorporates a larger range of machines that are capable of almost any project of earthmoving in Geelong project you can think of.

We offer everything from small residential excavations to full scale site cuts of rural properties which requires moving tonnes of the earth at a time.

​Having the right earthmoving equipment available for your project can significantly expedite the results you’re looking for. If you have a tight access earthworks contractor job in a residential property we offer bobcat hire. You can choose whether to employ one of our experienced earthmoving contractors or if you have a license you may be eligible to run the machinery yourself.

​No matter the size of your upcoming earthmoving project in Geelong we have the machinery and qualified drivers to handle the job with ease. If you would like more information such as a free estimate, you can use the quote form on our website or give us a call today.

Bulk Excavation

We understand that every construction project is different, and that’s why we offer customised bulk excavations to suit your specific needs.

Whether you’re working on a large-scale commercial development or a small residential renovation, we have the equipment and expertise to get the job done. Our fully licensed and insured operators will work with you to ensure that your project stays on schedule and within budget.

And because we believe in consistent quality and deliverables across all of our excavation work, you can rest assured that you’ll receive the same high level of excavation service regardless of the size or scope of your project. So if you’re looking for a reliable and affordable bulk excavation solution, contact us today. We’ll be happy to provide you with a free quote.

Our Services

Top Soil Excavation

Topsoil excavation is offered by our team of experts in order to get rid of the plants and moisture that are present in it. The topsoil is known to be very loose and is not capable of sustaining any structural loads. This is the reason why it is considered to be inadequate for use in construction projects.

Drainage Excavation

At Emerich, we are proud to offer our clients a comprehensive range of drainage excavations. Whether you need help with a simple clogged drain or you're looking for someone to handle a major excavation project, we have the skills and experience to get the job done right. We offer both commercial and residential services.

Dirt Removal

We've streamlined our dirt removal service to make sure we offer you Geelong's cheapest prices and the fastest service. We can usually have your job done within 24 hours, and we always leave your property tidy and clean. We're fully licensed and insured, so you can rest assured that your job will be done safely and professionally.

Earthmoving Contractors

Emerich is a renowned earthmoving company in Geelong, and we are always up-to-date with the latest technology and advances in our field. Our equipment for earthmoving is top-of-the-line and our procedures reflect the latest industry standards.

We are always looking for new ways to improve our earthmoving services so that we can provide you with the best possible results. Whether you need us for residential or commercial projects, you can be confident that we will get the job done right.

Contact us today to learn more about our earthmoving services like augering, boring piers, volumetric surveys etc. We look forward to hearing from you!


What is earthmoving?
Earthmoving is a general term used to describe the movement of earth, rocks and debris. There are a number of reasons why someone might need earthmoving services, such as:
• Land clearing or lot clearing of an area for construction or development
• Creating level ground for a building or structure
• Removing rubble or debris from a site
• Trenching or excavating holes for utilities or foundations
• Grading land for agricultural purposes
Should I hire a contractor for earthmoving?
It depends on the scale of the project. If it’s a small project, you may be able to do it yourself with just a shovel and wheelbarrow. For larger projects, you’ll need a tractor, backhoe, or bulldozer.

If you’re not familiar with earthmoving equipment or don’t have access to it, it’s best to hire a contractor. They’ll have the experience and equipment needed to get the job done quickly and safely. Just be sure to get several quotes from different contractors before hiring one.

What is involved in soil removal?
Soil removal is the process of extracting soil from a location. It involves the eradication of any sand, gravel, clay, turf, or soil from a piece of land. This can be done manually with shovels and buckets, or with heavy equipment such as bulldozers and excavators.

The purpose of soil removal may be for agricultural purposes, such as to create new farmland, or for construction purposes, such as in the development of a new housing subdivision. In either case, it’s important to remove the soil carefully and relocate it to another area where it can be used safely and productively.

How is basement earthmoving done?
Basement earthmoving is done by a contractor who digs a hole and installs foundation walls, then backfills the hole with soil.

Foundation walls are typically made of concrete, cinder block, or brick. The contractor will excavate down to the level of the desired finished basement floor, then install the foundation wall. After the wall is in place, he’ll backfill the hole with soil, tamping it down as he goes.

Is earthmoving and excavation the same?
There is a lot of overlap between earthmoving and excavation, but there are some key differences. Earthmovers generally refer to the large-scale movement of earth materials, such as digging a trench or moving a pile of dirt. Excavation, on the other hand, usually refers to the process of removing soil or rock excavation in order to create a hole or cavity. So earthmoving would be more appropriate for projects like creating a landfill or building a dam, while excavation would be more appropriate for projects like installing a foundation or drilling for oil.