Aggregate Materials & Hauling Prices
It’s no secret that buying local goods supports your local community, and can even provide a better product. But when it comes to your excavation needs, the team at KV Tech Construction takes painstaking measures to ensure your aggregate materials are sourced as local as possible! And why? Because the closer your excavation and fill materials are to your job site, the less it costs to move, and those savings get passed on to you! From residential driveways to commercial site prep, KV Tech has everything you’ll need to set your Northwoods construction project up for lasting success.
The Importance of Local Expertise
When it comes to prepping for a new driveway, repairing lake erosion, or your next foundation excavation, choosing the right materials from the get-go will set your project up for lasting success. In addition to sourcing ASTM C33 standard screened sand from our own sand and gravel pit, we keep an extensive Rolodex of local suppliers to get exactly the right materials for the job. Our team of excavation experts will provide a custom solution that will best fit your needs. Perhaps the steep slopes of your driveway require an initial layer of blasted rock for a better hold, and then a fill layer of quarry gravel. We can help you determine how many tons of material you will require, and source them from the nearest reliable supplier.
Our aggregate materials include:
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- Mound sand
- Fill sand
- Dirty fill sand/loam
- Screened topsoil
- Washed rock
- Washed pea rock
- Highbridge ¾” road gravel
- Peterson ¾” road gravel
- ¾” Clean Highbridge
- Brule Gravel DGB (Dense Grade Base) ¾” and 1 ¼”
- ¾” Open Grade Brule Rock
- 4” Minus Breaker Run
- ¾” Round rock
- Recycled Blacktop
- 8” – 16” Quarry Rip Rap
- 6” – 20” Round Rip Rap
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Lake & Coastal Erosion Control
Is your lakefront property or shore experiencing severe erosion problems? When it comes to shoreline restoration and erosion control along Lake Superior and the rest of Wisconsin’s many lakes and rivers, KV Tech Construction is the best in the business. Rest assured, no matter your excavation and aggregate needs, KV Tech Construction has got you covered!
Through our diverse work on erosion control projects here in the Northwoods, KV Tech often impresses project managers without attention to detail, great work ethic, understanding of the big picture and conscientious use of each customer’s financial resources. We have worked alongside the NRCS (USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service) to help mitigate erosion problems on local agricultural land, the DNR to set new culverts that meet the specifications for streamflow and fish movement, and the Federal Highway Department to repair roads that have been washed out by floods by setting large culverts and doing stream bank stabilization.
With all this experience, KV Tech Construction has the expertise to review your erosion problems and prescribe tested and verified solutions that will be effective and efficient in the use of materials and resources. Our team does not exclusively rely on past experiences, we are constantly researching new products, tools, and practices that will make our work even better.
Expert Excavation & Hauling in WI’s Northwoods
From digging for water and electrical lines to basement excavation, renovations, and new home site prep, KV Tech Construction is your one-stop-shop for excavation services here in the Northwoods. We have been building efficient and comfortable homes here in northwest Wisconsin for over 35 years, and we know a thing or two about how to build better homes from start to finish. If you have excavation and construction needs, trust the name synonymous with quality: KV Tech Construction!