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Demolition

Driveways

Grading

Land Clearing

Lawns and Fields

Ponds

Sanding and plowing

Septic Systems

Site Preparation

Trucking

Retaining Walls

The Company was founded in 1987 by Mark Wilder after spending his boyhood years on the family farm working the land and machinery. Starting in the 1970's the Wilder Family engineered and constructed a Trout Hatchery to become the family business and it grew to be the largest private, disease free Hatchery in the Northeast. Several large ponds and reservoirs were created; springs have been developed; and water, electric, drainage, and aeration systems installed. A hatchery building, processing facility, generator building, and a waste management system were constructed and required miles of ditches for utility installation.
Mark' s involvement in construction has extended into adult life where his primary objective today is to leave a job site having pleased another customer. This philosophy has been the foundation for a business which has grown every year and is supported by staff and equipment operators who are the most dedicated in the industry.

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