Independence Excavating has played a role in some of the largest and most challenging building projects in the Cleveland, Ohio area and beyond. We’ve performed engineering feats to redirect a creek beneath an airport runway and construct a space-age NASA testing facility. Our crews have successfully demolished major landmarks such as the Coliseum of Richfield. And we've met challenges such as inclement weather and aggressive scheduling head-on to extend runways for the largest American military transport aircraft.
Safety area improvements at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.
Installation of over two miles of sanitary force main along the west shore of the Youghiogheny River in McKeesport, Pennsylvania.
Installation of approximately 15 miles of pipeline among three pump stations through the hills of Northern West Virginia.
Installation of sewer, site grading, seeding and moved 2.5 million cubic yards of earth.
Sitework package for the new Route 9 highway in Charles Town, West Virginia.
300 acre federal correctional institute from a once barren strip mine
400,000 square feet incorporates a casino, parking garage and riverfront walk
Independence Excavating (IX) was awarded the rough grading and underground utilities contract for construction of The PSEG Keys Energy Center (Keys) in Brandywine, Maryland.
Excavated 2,500 CY to create a 300 linear foot temporary channel.
Stabilization of on-site soils and remediation of approximately 12,500 tons of soil.
Construction of a new residual waste landfill at the Sammis Plant in Stratton, Ohio.
Six solid waste digester vessels needed to be demolished and removed completely to make way for a new incinerator facility
Construction of a 12-acre landfill cell.
Complete decommissioning and demolition of the Ford Cleveland Casting Plant.
Demolition of 185,000 SF, five and six-story building complex in downtown Cleveland to make way for new Cuyahoga County Headquarters.
Demolition of nearly 15,000 CY of heavily reinforced concrete in a 5-story building shell
Razing various structures from ArcelorMittal at their Cleveland Works Plant.
Earthwork and utilities for the new Medical Mart facility.
Former Ohio Edison power plant demolition and hazardous materials remediation along the banks of the Ohio River.
Sitework package for new 75,000 SF Innovation of the Arts Building in Cleveland, Ohio.
Water modification project and a new control building.
Two new combined sewer outfalls, a new pump station and remediation work.
Installation of concrete foundations, walls, and slabs associated with the new atrium and west addition.
120,000 sq. ft melt shop built on former factory grounds.
Processing of approximately 500,000 tons of air cooled blast furnace slag.
Processing and separation of two million tons of ferrous and non-ferrous metals.
Contract crushing of approximately 700,000 tons of limestone into 8 different sized materials for sale in the local St. Charles/St. Louis market.