Vacuum Excavation’s Answer To Challenging Terrain

Vacuum Excavation’s Answer To Challenging Terrain

First you met our City Sucker and now in the second of our series introducing you to our fleet, we now meet the PIER (UK) Tracked-Vac. In 2018, PIER (UK) launched the UK’s first Tracked-Vac, a specially designed Vacuum Excavator that is ideal for rough and challenging...
How To Safely Excavate Near Live Cables

How To Safely Excavate Near Live Cables

How to safely excavate near live cables by using our Vacuum Excavator was demonstrated once again recently. Our team of highly trained operators were working on an extension project, in which we were required to excavate a new traffic junction on a busy road and...
How Much Do Service Strikes Cost?

How Much Do Service Strikes Cost?

Service strikes pose an obvious risk to construction and utility workers, but did you know that they also pose a risk to project completion and cause additional monetary costs. On top of that, they may also have a negative impact on your customers, on-site contractors...
A Brief History of Excavation

A Brief History of Excavation

With our 20th Anniversary coming up at the end of August, we thought we would take a look back at the history of excavation and how Vacuum Excavation has grown to become the preferred form of excavation for the leading construction and utility companies. Excavation...
The City Friendly Vacuum Excavator

The City Friendly Vacuum Excavator

Our CitySucker Vacuum Excavator provides high performance within a compact and urban friendly design. The small size makes the excavator ideal for sites with limited or restricted access, such as city centres, where our large excavators may have difficulty...