We perform a wide range of demolition, grading, excavation and remediation for residential and commercial construction. We are a local business that has been established in St. Paul for 25 years having completed projects for numerous municipalities and general contractors throughout the Twin Cities Metro, greater Minnesota, Iowa and Wisconsin. We have a wide range of modern equipment manpower and resources available.

Excavating and grading operations have evolved into more than simply moving dirt. Finished tolerances, compaction and soil conditions must all be taken into consideration. Our knowledgeable and experienced staff provides our customers with projects completed on time and within budget… with utmost quality and safety.

Semple Excavating serves our clients with the best equipment, support and the most advanced technology available. Semple is the industry’s preferred provider because of our people.

Continuing education and ongoing training has been the key component to the success of our customers projects as well as an excellent safety record.

Our projects range from single-family houses to multi-story buildings and industrial facilities. Our experienced people, coupled with the proper approach and equipment, deliver the highest level of professionalism, experience and value. A strong emphasis is placed on recycling materials and reusing salvageable items. Through material segregation, we are able to reduce amount of debris that is deposited in a landfill and often times able to crush and reuse concrete and asphalt on-site. Semple works closely with Sate and Federal agencies to continually update our understanding of changes in regulations. Air quality standards, ground water treatment methods and landfill closure procedures constantly change and we are attentive to these modifications.

  • Site Clearing
  • Demolition Services
  • Mass Excavation
  • Structural Excavation
  • Fine Grading
  • General Contraction Services

  • Residential
  • Commercial
  • Any Type of Excavation
  • Any Type of Soil Correction