Forest County, Wisconsin  :  Demolition Contractors

Paul's Excavating

337 E Waterford Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53207
414-688-7285
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Serving Argonne, Armstrong Creek, Cavour, Crandon, Hiles, Laona, Newald, Wabeno
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Anglin LLC
 Serving All of Southern Wisconsin
Claims Pages Service Provider Since
608-214-1552
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Best Enterprises LLC
 Serving Brown & Surrounding Counties
Claims Pages Service Provider Since
920-371-1403, 920-983-9787
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Bluse Enterprise, Inc
 Serving Washburn & Surrounding Counties
Claims Pages Service Provider Since
715-520-7788, 715-635-2992
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Bowar Enterprise
 Serving Dane, Columbia & Surrounding Counties
Claims Pages Service Provider Since
608-219-4893, 608-219-4658
CJ Landscaping LLC
 Serving Sawyer & Surrounding Counties
Claims Pages Service Provider Since
715-699-1111
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Clemens Excavating Co, Inc
 Serving South Central Wisconsin
Claims Pages Service Provider Since
608-212-7327, 608-592-7417
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Express Excavating, Inc
 Serving NE Wisconsin
Claims Pages Service Provider Since
920-866-3131, 920-621-7843
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Jensen Transport & Excavation
 Serving Taylor & Surrounding Counties
Claims Pages Service Provider Since
715-785-7603, 715-965-2020
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Kohlmann's Mini Services LLC
 Serving Manitowoc Brown & Calumet Counties
Claims Pages Service Provider Since
920-377-6237
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Landis Excavating
 Serving Marinette & Oconto Counties
Claims Pages Service Provider Since
920-373-1193, 920-835-7787
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Mike Lepke Excavating LLC
 Serving Richland, Vernon & Surrounding Counties
Claims Pages Service Provider Since
608-629-5300
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North Country Dozing
 Serving Barron, Washburn & Surrounding Counties
Claims Pages Service Provider Since
715-296-4454, 715-458-3185
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R & K Excavating, Inc
 4971 Cal Dr, West Bend, WI 53095
Claims Pages Service Provider Since
262-306-9700, 262-305-1112
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Ritola, Inc
 Serving Ashland & Surrounding Counties
Claims Pages Service Provider Since
715-278-3824, 715-413-0717
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Schuster LLC
 Serving Portage & Marathon Counties
Claims Pages Service Provider Since
715-347-3331
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Wood Environments, Inc
 Serving Rock & Surrounding Counties
Claims Pages Service Provider Since
608-751-4568
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X-Treme Excavating LLC
 Serving Dunn & Surrounding Counties
Claims Pages Service Provider Since
715-632-2375, 715-505-2098
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Construction Equipment Operators

Construction equipment operators drive, maneuver, or control the heavy machinery used to construct roads, bridges, buildings, and other structures.

Construction equipment operators typically do the following:

  • Check to make sure that equipment functions properly
  • Clean, maintain, and make basic repairs to equipment
  • Report malfunctions to supervisors
  • Move levers, push pedals, or turn valves to activate power equipment
  • Drive and maneuver equipment
  • Coordinate machine actions with crew members in response to hand or audio signals
  • Ensure that safety standards are met
Construction equipment operators use machinery to move construction materials, earth, and other heavy materials at construction sites and mines. They operate equipment that clears and grades land to prepare it for construction of roads, bridges, and buildings, as well as airport runways, power generation facilities, dams, levees, and other structures.

The following are types of construction equipment operators:

Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators work with one or several types of power construction equipment. They may operate excavation and loading machines equipped with scoops, shovels, or buckets that dig sand, gravel, earth, or similar materials. In addition to operating the familiar bulldozer, they operate trench excavators, road graders, and similar equipment. Sometimes, they may drive and control industrial trucks or tractors equipped with forklifts or booms for lifting materials. They also may operate and maintain air compressors, pumps, and other power equipment at construction sites.

Paving and surfacing equipment operators control the machines that spread and level asphalt or spread and smooth concrete for roadways or other structures. Paving and surfacing equipment operators may specialize further:

  • Asphalt spreader operators turn valves to regulate the temperature of asphalt and the flow of asphalt onto the roadbed. They must ensure that the machine distributes the paving material evenly, and they also must ensure that there is a constant flow of asphalt into the hopper.
  • Concrete paving machine operators control levers and turn handwheels to move attachments that spread, vibrate, and level wet concrete. They must watch the surface of the concrete carefully to identify low spots into which workers must add concrete.
  • Tamping equipment operators use machines that compact earth and other fill materials for roadbeds or other construction sites. They also may operate machines with interchangeable hammers to cut or break up old pavement and drive guardrail posts into the ground.
Piledriver operators use large machines mounted on skids, barges, or cranes to hammer piles into the ground. Piles are long, heavy beams of wood or steel driven into the ground to support retaining walls, bridges, piers, or building foundations. Some piledriver operators work on offshore oil rigs.

Some workers operate cranes to move construction materials. For more information on these workers, see the profile on material moving machine operators.


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