Site preparation and development
Chew Contracting can prepare your site for buildings or infrastructure projects. Site preparation and development is essential for ensuring the safety, quality, and efficiency of civil construction projects.
Road works, excavation, preparation and grading
We offer the service of complete road works which involves excavation, shaping and compacting the subgrade and creating a smooth and stable base for the road. Additionally, we offer grading to ensure proper drainage and alignment. We also install curbs, gutters and sidewalks.
Trucking and heavy equipment services
We have a large fleet of trucks and equipment. Trucking includes, slinger trucks, Low bed moves, tandem Dump trucks, Quad, pup, tri and transfer trailers, water trucks and crane trucks. We also have heavy equipment such as bulldozers, backhoes, excavators, rollers and crushing equipment. Miscellaneous equipment is also available for rent such as road plates, compressors, jumping jacks etc. Contact us for availability and rates.
Installation of underground utilities
Our experienced crews can install underground utilities, a process that involves digging trenches, laying pipes or cables, and covering them with soil or concrete. Underground utilities can include water, sewer, gas, electricity, telecommunications, and drainage systems.
Demolition, deconstruction and hazmat abatement
Chew Contracting can provide Demolition, deconstruction and hazmat abatement for your projects. Our experienced crews can remove or dismantling structures in a careful and orderly way being mindful of the environment and the importance to reuse or recycle materials. We also specialize in removing hazardous materials such as asbestos, lead, mold or radioactive substances from a site or a structure.
Concrete Processing and Recycling
Concrete Processing and Recycling is the process of reusing old concrete materials for new construction projects. It involves breaking, removing, and crushing existing concrete into a material with a specified size and quality. Recycling concrete can reduce CO2 emissions, save natural resources, and lower construction costs