It’s often said, whatever we do in life, whatever plans we make, whatever projects we tackle, no chain can be stronger than its weakest link and no building can withstand more than its foundation will support. True of life in general, this is particularly true in the construction industry, where things are built today that are intended to serve generations beyond our own.

Preparing your jobsite – a critical a part of laying the foundation – is crucial, and if the site prep isn’t done right, your foundation will suffer. If the site prep isn’t done right the first time, it has to be corrected, and that takes time.

At Garrett Excavation, we know that construction delays happen for two types of circumstances; events you can control and events you cannot control. That’s why we use satellite – driven technology for land grading and excavation. Using revolutionary Topcon 3D-GPS technology, we have the capability of fine grading your site with accuracy up to 1/10th of a foot. And we achieve that level of precision with a speed you have to see to believe.

Using this technological breakthrough, we can perform site prep work in a week that used to take a month using conventional methods. All to within 1/10th of a foot of your specifications the first time through. Every. Single. Time.

This, in the best case scenario, means you bring your project in ahead of time and under budget. But if the stars don’t align and the waters fail to part, you get a buffer between you and events you can’t control that may come later.

At Garrett, we’ve got over 65 years of experience in land excavation and site prep, and the satellite technology we use is just one of the latest in a long history of groundbreaking innovations we’ve brought to bear for our clients. That’s because we do business the way we’ve always done it; with a focus on quality and service, committed to doing things the right way every time.

At Garrett, we’re proud of our long history in Arkansas, and we guarantee 100% satisfaction on all of our services. For more information, click here, or give us a call at (501) 520-5200.