SEH Excavating is more than just excavating. At SEH, our site development skills run from the beginning of the project – pre-construction, excavation, and underground utilities – to capping it off with concrete work and environmental solutions. A trusted partner on projects throughout Baltimore and the surrounding counties since 1989, SEH Excavating is where general contractors and developers turn for reliable quality work.
Every project we tackle, we take full ownership of from start to finish. We make sure our employees are equipped to tackle any problems that can arise in the project, and we always do it right the first time.
Excavation specialists will develop a custom plan for your project and take care of every detail from start to finish.
Using the latest, most sophisticated equipment, SEH combines state of the art technology with a sincere dedication to providing the full range of excavation services.
We are committed to providing the most efficient, cost-effective site construction services available in the region.
Character counts in this business. To us it’s simple: Be reliable, be honest, and always give the client your very best work.
Keeping up with the times is an essential part of our work. SEH is always evolving to provide the best possible service.
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