Excavation is the act or process of digging, especially when something specific is being removed from the ground. Archaeologists use excavation to find artifacts and fossils. There are many types of excavation, but they all involve digging holes in the earth.
This involves the removal of the layer of soil directly beneath the topsoil. The removed material(referred to as 'spoil') is often stockpiled and used to construct embankments and foundations
The combination of soil and water, is often undesirable during construction. This is the removal of excessively wet material and soil that is unsuitable for stockpiling.
This is the removal of material that cannot be excavated without using special excavation methods such as drilling (by hand or with heavy machinery) or blasting with explosives.
This involves the removal of the layer of soil directly beneath the topsoil. The removed material (referred to as 'spoil') is often stockpiled and used to construct embankments and foundations.
This involves the removal of the exposed layer of the earth’s surface, including any vegetation or decaying matter which could make the soil compressible and therefore unsuitable for bearing struct...
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