TL Contracting, Inc. – Excavation and Backfilling Experts

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TL Contracting, Inc. maintains principal offices at DeWitt, Michigan. Established in 2002, TL Contracting provides a variety of services for our Municipal, State, and private customers for excavation and backfilling services along with Design/Build services for new Wastewater Treatment Plants.

Some additional things we do:

  1. Equipment Manufacturer, Supplier & Construction of Precast Concrete WWTP
  2. Earthwork, Site Work, Demolition & Site Preparation for All Types of Construction & Improvements
  3. Excavation, Grading, Establishment of Subbase for Roads, Drives, Lots, Foundations, Slabs & Walks
  4. Site Utilities (Process Piping, Storm Systems, Storm Detention Basins, Sanitary Systems & Water Distribution Systems)
  5. Complete Precast Concrete Package Wastewater Treatment Plants & Storage Tanks, Including all Process Equipment & Piping
  6. Precast Concrete Bunker Silos & Manure Storage Tanks for Agriculture
  7. Mechanical Services for Civil Improvements
  8. Environmental Earthwork & Site Work Projects (Sludge, Lime & Ash Remediation)

We maintain an inventory of heavy equipment, tools & other business resources to provide all services. Our employees are experienced, professional and they complete the work on time & within the agreed budget. We have significant experience with many professional Engineering firms, General Contractors, vendors & other company partners to support our work. Our customers know that we provide quality & value for their projects.

New licenses (less than $1.00/day) now available for:

Treatment, Optimization & Design (SassproV2) software for Activated Sludge WWTP’s .

90 day – $89.00                  180 day – $175.00          1 year – $300.00    Perpetual – $998.00

Go to:  http://store.wedotanks.com/software-for-wwtp-design/ to order and get immediate download.

SOME VIDEOS FROM OUR RECENT PROJECTS:

GOLF COARSE IRRIGATION/FIRE PROTECTION/WATER STORAGE

BUILDING AN EXTENDED AERATION WWTP PLANT

BUILDING AN SBR WWTP

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