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Excavations & Muck Shifting Services

Excavations & Muck Shifting works, that utilise a variety of our equipment and exceptional services, get in touch with GM Land Solutions today to discuss your requirements. With years of experience, GM Land Solutions can provide exceptional groundworks services in Scotland.

Whether you are preparing for construction – requiring clearance, excavations, access roads, or need to prepare ground for a survey, we can provide a efficient, tidy and comprehensive service.

For more urgent jobs, we can often provide a reactive service to for emergencies involving road closures, accident/environmental clean up and storm damage. We have diggers ranging from 2.7 tonne to 14 tonne as well as other specialised equipment.

We have various items of plant, meaning we can carry out excavations, clearance, and muck shifting works.

What We Can Do

Excavations & Muck Shifting Services

From projects of 100 tonnes to 20,000 tonnes of material moved and disposed of for clients, we are a perfectly sized business for these smaller muck shift projects.
We have the plant and equipment to carry out a initial clearance (if required) or get straight to clearing a unwanted pile of soil, stone or concrete, or digging out a area for you. We have a network of hauliers and licensed tips we can work with to give you a complete solution with one point of contact.

We Project Manage From Start To Finish

We will arrange as many of the different parts as required and manage the project from start to finish, saving our client time and the stress of dealing with and coordinating multiple contractors. This way, the client will also have a clear idea of cost control and a measure on what is leaving site and where it is going.

Contact us about Excavations & Muck Shifting

Get in touch with GM Land Solutions today if you have a project to discuss or any other enquiries.
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