Over the past few decades, Bemas has grown and evolved in many ways. From adding new services to our repertoire to adding new key players to our strong team of professionals. Even though our look may have changed, we’re still focusing on what we do best: large-scale earthwork.
We love every aspect of our services. Whether its stormwater control, overburden removal, or subgrade prep, all of it gets us excited. Although, our true passion really relies on one aspect that stretches across all these services. That aspect is, of course, pushing dirt.
We say it simply, but a lot goes into pushing dirt for a living. It’s not for everyone, and we need to make sure we build the right team of people, and the proper fleet of machinery to keep us doing what we love. Since 1995 we’ve added over 50 CAT scrapers and 16 dozers to our fleet. We’ve also acquired machines such as tractors, rollers, loaders, and motor graders that help us perform projects of all sizes.
To really make our machines work for us, we’ve implemented technology such as Trimble Machine Control (shown below) on our dozers that make our large-scale earthwork projects are accurate and on schedule.
Additionally, we’ve added technology that makes our earthwork procedures even more efficient such as:
Technology keeps our teams on the right track and the quality and accuracy of our projects at the highest levels possible.
When you mix the right people, technology, and machinery into a construction company, you can really make an impact on your clients. Originally serving the residential market with services such overlot grading and over-excavation, we’ve built long-lasting relationships with clients from all types of industries. Today, our industry reach includes:
It’s been a pleasuring working with people from all walks of life, and as we move into a new era of Bemas Construction, we plan to continue forming more sustainable relationships across different markets.
As we continue focusing on mass earthwork, we’ll keep crafting the stable foundations our clients and communities depend on.