It’s really a pleasure in today’s world to come up with a company that knows what they’re doing and works as well as Bencardino does with others.

Mike Kosoff, Senior Project Manager, Reynolds Construction Management

Dedicated Professionals

Bencardino Excavating consists of a team of 85 construction professionals and skilled crafts people who are dedicated to performance and productivity. Founded in 1988 by Louis A. Bencardino, we're a family-run business -- doing big jobs, but keeping relationships small and personal, so you don't have to go through 50 people to get our attention.

We proudly service the Philadelphia and surrounding five-county area, including Bucks, Montgomery, Chester, Camden, and Mercer counties, as well as the Western New Jersey suburbs. Bencardino Excavating has worked with airports, schools, banks, and other institutions, and has served a diversity of industries, including residential development, and pharmaceutical and chemical. We use the most high-tech, late-model equipment, combined with talented staff, who see each job all the way through, ensuring projects are done efficiently and on-schedule.

We invite prospective clients to review our list of satisfied customers, to read about our successes, learn more about the site work services we offer.

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Our History

After graduating high school, Louis A. Bencardino earned his stripes raking concrete, digging footings, and grading and stoning slabs for a neighbor who had a concrete business. He soon decided he'd rather go back to school so he studied to be a computer repair technician. In 1986 he landed a job with Xerox.

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Partial Client List

Why do our customers choose to work with us again and again?

Because Bencardino Excavating offers consistently competitive pricing, quality people, and quality equipment. Because we show up on time, and we do excellent work right on-schedule. But our work always speaks for itself.

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We highly value the well-being of our employees so we take safety seriously at Bencardino Excavation.

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