General Excavating

General Excavating

6701 Cornhusker Hwy Lincoln, NE 68507

Chief in Charge: Scott Fitzgerald
Contact Information: 402-467-1627

Point of First Contact: Randy McDonald
Contact Information: rmcdonald@generalexcavating.com

In a sentence or two, describe your business ……
General Excavating is an award-winning leader in the construction of underground utilities including: storm sewer, water, sanitary sewer, environmental remediation, OSP communications, directional boring and hourly service work. Offering pre-construction services, General Excavating can provide cost estimates, trenchless construction alternates, and review projects for constructability issues. On your next project, make General Excavating YOUR "UNDERGROUND" PARTNER.

A great day for our company is when ......
our employees are complimented by the owners, engineers, or other contractors we are working for on the successful completion of a difficult project.

Our company is truly unique because ......
our diversity puts us in the position to assist clients on a variety of large and small underground construction projects. A small bore for an electrician, interior digging for a mechanical contractor, site utilities for a GC, or the installation for a new transmission main for a municipality are a small sample of the projects tackled on a day to day basis at General Excavating.

Our company always strives to ......
provide cost effective solutions for our clients on their underground construction needs. We do this by providing an accurate up front cost assessment, quality work, and follow up to ensure our client's needs have been met.

A trend I see in our company down the road five years is ......
an increased reliance on the use of technology to minimize conflicts in the construction of underground utilities.

The best business advice I have ever received is ......
problems represent an opportunity to demonstrate a high level of customer service. It is easy to complete the work when things are going well. We strive to be at our best when the jobs are tough, the schedule is tight and challenges exist below and above grade.