Epic360 Civil Contracting North Shore & Auckland

Operating for more than 35 years, Epic360 Civil Contracting provide construction and excavation services all over Auckland and the North Shore.

We will bring our expertise and experience in earth moving and earthworks to your residential and commercial projects. We commit to a high standard of excellence in project delivery through our wide range of site work services.

Our services include: Earthworks, site leveling and top soiling, concrete works, concrete paving, driveways, landscaping, general cartage, metal and topsoil delivery, residential and commercial building site excavation, subdivision site works, retaining wall construction, bobcat hire and machinery transportation.

Our construction and excavation works have been used by diverse groups of satisfied clients, which include:

  • Private individuals
  • Builders
  • Developers
  • Concrete Contractors
  • Landscape Contractors
  • Homeowners
  • Councils
  • Government

You can rely on us to do the work efficiently and help you deliver your project promptly and on budget.

We understand our social and environmental responsibilities. With this in mind we strictly adhere to health and safety and environmental regulations on every project. To find out more about Epic360 services, please contact us.

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