Stemaly Excavating Serves Customers in Evansville, IN, and the Tri-State
Family Owned and Operated
Stemaly Excavating is a family-owned business founded in 1978 in Evansville, IN, by Larry Stemaly and his son, Jeff Stemaly. Larry left a career as a railroad engineer because he wanted to spend more time with family, and in those early days Larry and Jeff worked side-by-side on residential construction projects.
Over the next forty years, the company has grown and diversified to meet the needs of our residential and commercial customers while remaining committed to delivering the highest quality work. Jeff Stemaly says that what sets our company apart from other excavating companies in Evansville, IN, and the Tri-State is the wide range of civil services Stemely Excavating has to offer, and an on-going commitment to always meeting the customer’s specifications on each project.
The Wide Range of Stemaly Excavating Services
Today, Stemaly Excavating offers residential and commercial excavation, infrastructure, demolition, soil stabilization, wetland mitigation, snow removal, and trucking. Our trained and experienced personnel utilize the latest technology to complete projects on budget—even on the tightest timelines.
Our excavating Team manages site development projects of all sizes in both commercial and residential applications. We have an excellent safety record and the expertise to deliver high quality results. Our residential and commercial excavating services include site preparation, grading and sloping, land clearing, basement dig and construction, pond and lake construction, ditch creation and clean-up, erosion control, and subdivisions.
We have a wide range of infrastructure capabilities and experience. Our infrastructure services include utility installation, storm water systems, septic and sewer systems, domestic water taps, domestic laterals, fire protection taps, sanitary sewer mains, sanitary sewer laterals, grease traps, and oil separators.
From residential to retail, from large warehouses to manufacturing centers, Stemaly Excavating has the experience, personnel, and technology to deliver safe, reliable demolition services. Our demolition capabilities include residential demolition, commercial demolition, industrial demolition, and condemned or safety demolitions.
Our staff of operating engineers, project managers, and field personnel have earned an excellent reputation for their superior work in soil stabilization projects around the Tri-State. We offer soil stabilization technology that includes cement stabilization, lime stabilization, and lime drying.
We have extensive wetland mitigation experience, which allows us to fully protect the environment while delivering an excellent finished project. No matter how challenging the project, Stemaly Excavating will always meet your specifications on wetland mitigation installation and maintenance.
Stemaly Excavating offers a wide range of snow removal services. We offer flexible options that include Per Event, Seasonal, or Full-Service contracts for services such as snow plowing, shoveling, blowing, snow hauling or banking, salting, and ice melting. We specialize in residential, commercial, and industrial snow removal, and serve homeowner’s associations, retail properties, and manufacturing facilities around the Tri-State.
Stemaly Excavating’s trucking Team will collaborate with you to make certain that you get the right material, on time, so that your project can be completed within your budget. Our versatile trucking services include hauling topsoil, fill dirt, gravel, aggregate stone, and debris.
The Tri-State’s Residential and Commercial Excavating Leader
We believe that our extensive experience and focused approach to our work means that when Stemaly Excavating is on the job, you can always count on a safe, cost-effective, high quality finished project.
We successfully manage projects in Evansville, IN, and Tri-State counties including Vanderburgh, Warrick, Posey, Gibson, Pike, and Dubois, in Indiana, and Henderson, Daviess, McLean, Hancock, and Webster, in Kentucky.