Technic Earthworks specialises in small to large scale residential, commercial and rural earthmoving and excavation projects as well as machine and digger hire. We service the Rodney, North Shore, West Auckland and central Auckland areas. We have a range of machines and diggers to hire and use, these range from 1.7 tonne to 20 tonne excavators, 4 and 6 wheel tip trucks, site dumpers and many attachments. 

Technic Earthworks has the equipment and knowledge for the most cost-effective and efficient solutions for your project. 

 

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Garentee

When you employ our services there are a few things we will garentee to make sure your earthworks project goes as smooth as possible.

1. We will show up on time. We will show up when we say we will.

2. Communication. We will have great communication, we will update you on progress.  

3. Provide skilled operators. You will be provided with highly skilled operators that work efficiently and diligently. We will plan            ahead to make the job go as smooth as possible.   

4. We will leave your site clean and tidy. Protecting areas from heavy machinery and being careful while the machines are                operating.    

5 Star Rated on Google

Creative Earthmoving Solutions 

We are grateful for your work doing a brilliant job going beyond what was expected. Your speedy and professional work made it very much easier for myself and my wife to continue with our plans for the back yard. 

Joe & Shirley Savage

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Department of Conservation

Reid Bridge Repairs

“Thanks for completing this challenging project on time and on budget. Working on a pest free island presents a lot of extra issues around biosecurity, logistics and being able to respond to problems from a remote location. Your planning, coordination of other contractors and attention to detail through the whole operation impressed all the staff you came into contact with. Both the work site and your staging area where left clean and tidy which was much appreciated by island residents. Look forward to working with you again.”

Peter Smith, Works Officer.