- Since 2011 -
Excavation in Hurstbridge, VIC , 3099
Who we are
Hammer Excavations Excavation Hurstbridge is a reputable excavation, retaining wall, landscaping, rock breaking, and earthworks business.
Why we are
We love dirt, yes we love earth moving and thats why we work our hardest to bring our customers quality excavation outcomes
Where you are
Are you looking for something unique? Is there a chance? We invite you to get in touch with our Hurstbridge excavation team right away.
How it starts
Simply contact us via website or phone call today for a no obligation free quote, to get the discussion happening on what we can do for your back yard or construction project
Hire A Bobcat, Forklift or Digger Hurstbridge VIC
Are you looking for a bobcat and tipper? A excavator? We have top notch modern equipment ready for hire in Hurstbridge today.
If you’re a tradie with a large job to complete or a new homeowner starting a new DIY landscaping project, you’ll almost always need to use earthmoving equipment to clear any land that might obstruct your work. Before you can start working on a big construction project or clear the way to upgrade your private residence, you must first clear the way.
Before you can start working on a big construction project or clear the way to upgrade your private residence, you must first clear the way.
Earth Works Contractors in Hurstbridge
For domestic, commercial, and industrial/government ventures, we include all forms of bulk excavation, cut and fill earthmoving, landscaping, back yard makeovers, retaining walls, site cuts, rock breaking and site levelling.
We have all of the equipment and machinery required for bulk excavations, including excavators, tippers, bobcats and all other earthmoving equipment.
We have qualified personnel and estimators to assist you with project management, including forecasting and measuring volumes, time frames, and schedules, to ensure that your construction project runs smoothly and, most importantly, within budget.
We can have an all-round operation, from digging to spoil removal, thanks to our deep knowledge of Melbourne suburbs and all of Victoria.
We will have a large network of tippers and dirt removal spoil drop-offs because we have a large network of tippers and dirt removal spoil drop-offs. This enhances our capacity to provide an efficient excavation service to ensure the success of your project, whether it’s a small residential backyard or basement, or a massive multi-story development basement melbourne -carpark, our fleet can handle it.
Excavation Experts Tha Hurstbridge Trusts
We want to create something that you love
Alex and the team at hammer excavations completed an amazing transformation of our backyard. I would highly recommend them as I was blown away with the level of professionalism, knowledge and communication of the team. Due to the steep gradient and complexities of our site Alex came up with a cost effective solution to assist with maintaining our strict budget for the project and ultimately transformed our yard into a beautiful oasis that we can enjoy for years to come. I would definitely call them again for any future excavation works I have.
Excavation Across Melbourne's North
Our service offering is solely created on the ability to exceed expectations and offer exceptional customer support across the board. From the get-go, you’ll be met with an expert who understands the ins and outs of this industry, and that can guide you through the process of what to expect.
We’re also heavily backed by the equipment and resources needed to get the job done effectively, offering unparalleled excavation services for Hurstbridge and Northern Suburb areas of Melbourne.
Earthmoving: Let us box out holes, scrape sites, or prepare your area for landscaping projects., We can even help you with digging out for your pool or work within electrical and service trenches. Even emergency trenching for underground services in Hurstbridge.
Trenching: We’ve got a number of machinery options on hand to work within tight spaces like trenches, backyards and courtyards. Our team can support you with other areas like gardens and driveways, as well. Trenching for services and in tight, difficult areas is something we have been called upon time and time again.
Concrete removal: We can clear your area of concrete and rubble. After it’s done, you’ll have a clean space to work with, rock breaking, busting up conc with our hammers or simply removing concrete using our grappler, whatever you need.
Other services: Contact us for other excavation services across post hole drilling, piling, site excavation, spoil removal, site cuts, topsoiling, landscaping, foundations and more.
Hurstbridge is bounded by the localities of Nutfield and Cottles Bridge in the north, the locality of Panton Hill in the east, the localities of Kangaroo Ground and Wattle Glen in the south, and the locality of Diamond Creek, Broad Gully Road and the localities of Yarrambat and Doreen in the west.
Cornelius Haley, a grazier, founded Hurstbridge in 1842. Upper Diamond Creek, or Allwood, was the name given to the area after the homestead established on Haley’s land. In 1924, the town was renamed. The Hurst family gave the town its current name. Henry Hurst began working for Haley in 1857, and was soon joined by his father, mother, and siblings. In 1858, the Hursts took over from Haley and built the first log bridge across Diamond Creek, upstream from the current Monash Bridge. Robert Bourke, a bushranger, fatally injured Henry Hurst in 1866. The latter was apprehended and bound to a wagon wheel underneath a tree (now known as Bourke’s Tree) before troopers from Queenstown arrived. Bourke was tried for the murder and found guilty, and he was later hanged.
For several years, the area was known for its orchards and nurseries, and in 1912, a railway line was built from Hurstbridge to Melbourne to transport fruit. A settlement began to form near the bridge as a result of the rail link. In 1912, a post office was established, and in 1918, Sir John Monash’s single-lane bridge was completed. Until 1915, the township was known as Hurst’s Bridge, and then Hurst Bridge until about 1954. [number four] In the postwar years, the town continued to develop, and electricity was installed in 1957.
In the 1960s, the artist Albert Tucker relocated to Hurstbridge, where he lived for many years on a 5-acre (20,000 m2) farm. The natural bushland around his property is depicted in a series of paintings from the period.