What is excavation in construction?
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Excavation in construction is the process of removing earth, rock, or other materials from an area in order to build structures such as buildings or roads. Excavation is typically done using heavy machinery such as backhoes and bulldozers, but can also be done manually with shovels and hand tools.
The material that is removed by excavation can then be used to backfill or fill other areas in the construction project.