+ 403 738-4033
+ 403 738-4033
Dutchie Dirt-Moving has experience in constructing dugouts, feedlot renovations, and commercial jobs. We also have a full line of excavation equipment that can be used for demolition, trenching, piping, and drainage.
We are capable of constructing dugouts from 1 million gallons to 10 million gallons. Over the years we have worked closely with the environmental authorities to make sure that lagoon liners meet the proper compaction and specs- whether with clay liners or synthetic liners.
We work closely with feedlot operations aiming to meet their needs for future expansion, renovations or remodelling. Our experienced crew has been involved in constructing many feedlot designs from the ground up or working on improving an existing operation.
We have been involved in a number of commercial projects including reshaping golf courses, dirt work for new soccer fields, and building site prep for various subdivisions in the County of Lethbridge.
Dutchie Dirt-Moving has a variety of trucks to accommodate our customer’s various trucking needs. As well as end dumps and tandem trucks with wagons, Dutchie Dirt-Moving’s fleet includes a full service truck which can provide mobile repair services as well as an equipment trailer which can haul equipment up to 70MT.
Dutchie Dirt Moving also has its own gravel pit supported by equipment to meet all sand and gravel needs. This provides our customers improved service when earth moving and gravel come together. The gravel pit is conveniently located on Hiway 845. Delivery of product is available.
Our gravel crushing equipment is capable of crushing up to 300 MT of gravel per hour depending on the type of gravel being crushed. Gravel is available from ¾”, 1 ½” road crush, 3” road base, pit run, armour (lining for dugouts), clay, fill dirt, screened gravel and landscape rock.
We will turn your undesirable materials that are to big to use and turn them into a usable product for a fair price.
Our portable concrete crusher will crush all types of materials ranging from: