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EXCAVATION / DEMOLITION

Excavation: This refers to the process of digging or removing earth or rock to prepare a site for construction. Excavation can involve digging trenches, creating foundations, or removing unwanted material from a site. Excavation is often necessary before building foundations, installing utilities like sewer lines or water pipes, or creating landscapes such as ponds or hills.
 

Demolition: Demolition involves the controlled dismantling or destruction of structures or buildings. This can include residential houses, commercial buildings, bridges, or other infrastructure. Demolition can be done manually using tools like sledgehammers and excavators, etc. 

Both excavation and demolition are critical processes in construction projects, with excavation preparing the ground for new structures and demolition clearing old structures to make way for new developments. They require careful planning, safety measures, and compliance with regulations to ensure the work is done efficiently and safely.

Excavation/Demolition
Excavation/Demolition
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