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I’ve been in this business about 49 years and find it’s less and less common to find companies as knowledgeable and cooperative as Bencardino is showing itself to be.

Mike Kosoff, Senior Project Manager, Reynolds Construction Management

Bencardino Excavating is proud to be hard at work on a number of projects for our clients. Below is some recent news on our progress on various sites.

We invite prospective clients to view our full list of completed projects and satisfied customers, to read about our successes, and to see what our clients have to say about us.

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New Jobs : Bencardino Excavating Provides Underground Excavation Work at Graterford Prison

Posted: 12/11/2012
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Bencardino Excavating (www.bencardino.com), a full-service excavation company located in Bucks County, Pa. and owned by Louis A. Bencardino, has been hired by mechanical contracting firm A.T. Chadwick, Co., Inc. to work on the underground excavation at Graterford Prison in Montgomery County, Pa.

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New Jobs : Louis Bencardino and Bencardino Excavating Hired to Handle Demolition and Renovations at Williams Way Senior Housing Project

Posted: 11/14/2012
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Bencardino Excavating (www.bencardino.com), a full-service excavation company located in Bucks County, Pa. and owned by Louis A. Bencardino, was hired by Philadelphia-based general contractor Domus to handle demolition and renovation work on the Williams Way Housing Project in Center City.

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New Jobs : Louis Bencardino and Bencardino Excavating Begin Construction Work on Manayunk’s Umbria Village

Posted: 10/19/2012

Bencardino Excavating (www.bencardino.com), a full-service excavation company located in Bucks County, Pa. and owned by Louis A. Bencardino, will begin work on a construction project in the Manayunk section of Philadelphia - Umbria Village.

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New Jobs : Bencardino Excavating Continues Work with Parx Casino & Racing

Posted: 8/22/2012

Bencardino Excavating (www.bencardino.com), a full-service excavation company located in Bucks County, Pa. and owned by Louis A. Bencardino, is continuing its work with Parx Casino by revamping several of the casino's parking lots.

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New Jobs : Bencardino Excavating Partners with Eagle I Electric to Complete Tioga Marine Terminal Project

Posted: 7/31/2012

Bencardino Excavating (www.bencardino.com), a full-service excavating company in Bucks County, Pa. – owned by Louis A. Bencardino, partnered with Essington, Pa. electrical contractor Eagle I Electric, Inc. to complete work at the Tioga Marine Terminal in Northeast Philadelphia.

Eagle I Electric hired Bencardino Excavating to handle excavation for the new electrical conduits for crane controls at the terminal. Led by Lou Bencardino and site foreman Joe Hathaway, the excavation project ensured that a new crane could be installed.

“It is always our pleasure to work on projects like this that directly demonstrate economic impact in the Philadelphia region where our employees live and work,” said Louis Bencardino. “We are also proud to serve as a strategic partner of Philadelphia-area owned and operated businesses such as Eagle I Electric.”

“We have worked with Bencardino Excavating on other similar projects and they always do a wonderful job,” said Vice President of Eagle I Electric Inc. Gerald T. Rothstein. “The crew is great at adapting to changes and working with everyone on the jobsite to get the job done.” Eagle I Electric has extensive experience in electrical construction projects – with a focus on development in and around Philadelphia and New Jersey.

The Tioga Marine Terminal is a part of the Philadelphia Regional Port Authority. The terminal, situated on 116 acres of waterfront, uses gantry and mobile harbor cranes to handle containerized and breakbulk cargo for the Philadelphia-area and beyond. Located on Delaware Avenue at Tioga Street in Northeast Philadelphia, the terminal specializes in cargo such as containers, refrigerated fresh fruit, paper, plywood, autos, palletized, project, breakbulk and steel.


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