18 YEARS OF GETTING IT RIGHT
TIGHTEN YOUR RESIDENTIAL BIDS WITH PRECISE EARTHWORK TAKEOFF QUANTITIES AND DETAILED REPORTS
What Makes us Different
With our 20 years of working in the excavation industry we’re committed to helping you determine the most efficient way to address site grading needs.
Getting It Done Right
Don’t let bad earthwork takeoff quantities happen to you. We’ve helped settle expensive time-consuming grading disputes that could have been caught if done correctly from the start. We’ve built in checks and balances to our process that prevents these costly errors.
Clean Data. Better Results.
Data for any construction site must be highly accurate to be useful. We’ve helped settle expensive time consuming grading disputes that could have been caught if done correctly from the start. This means fewer mistakes and more accurate bids when using DirtLogic.
Getting your project completed quickly means finishing jobs on time and on-budget. We average turn around times of one to three days.
"I just wanted to reach out and tell you that you guys rock. Everyone there is always on top of our needs and they go the extra mile to make sure we are happy. You guys are always there when I need you, your crew is awesome and great people to work with."
K & G Construction
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We’re proud to be working with some of the biggest excavators & general contractors around:
Arriving at the wrong data point for earthwork takeoffs or GPS models can have a major impact on your profit. We have a checks and balances in place that leaves nothing to chance.
OUR EXPERTISE IN YOUR BACK POCKET
YOU MIGHT NOT CATCH THE NEXT ONE
Were you able to fix the errors with your last earthwork calculation on your own? It probably shaved some off your profit. If you don’t fix the problems with your calculation process it’s going to get worse and cost a lot more.
INDUSTRY LEADING RESULTS
As an industry leader in the space we’ve worked in some pretty big projects, like Apple’s new headquarters.