Nationally Recognized Earthmoving Contractor
The McAninch Corporation began in 1967 when Dwayne McAninch built his first farm pond with a D7 dozer. Since then, the company has grown into a larger, more streamlined operation that specializes in both large-scale mobilization of equipment for mass grading work as well as a variety of smaller projects.
McAninch is nationally recognized as one of the most technologically advanced earthmoving contractors. Since the 1980s we have served as one of Cat’s beta sites for the testing of new components and machine configurations. Engineering faculty from colleges and universities around the country consult with us on soil technologies and our personnel are active in National Association of Government Contractors (NAGC) industry-advancement efforts.
We work on projects in a variety of sizes in both the public and private sectors. Typical private-sector projects include residential developments, golf courses, shopping centers, office complexes, power plants—a complete spectrum of project sizes and complexities. In many cases we collaborate with owners and developers as the engineering plans are developed. In the public sector, we build highways, airports, and flood-control levees, often in co-bid partnership with other contractors. To see more of what we we have worked on, take a look at our featured projects.
In order to successfully complete our projects, we try and specialize in all areas of the process. Our services include:
- Earthmoving and grading
- Underground utility installation
- Site consulting and management
- Design review and budget development
- GPS-verified topomapping
- Erosion control
Wondering how our services could help you or your business? Take a look at our Services for more information.
Why do you work at McAninch?
Brad Wagaman – 20 Years with McAninch – Welder
I came in as a lube technician, changing oil in the equipment and did that for two years. Then a position came open in the welding shop, and I’ve been doing it for the last 18 years. We’re all a close family, we all get along, everyone helps each other out. I would say they’re a good company just because of the environment we work in. The maintenance facility is nice and it makes it easier, safer for us and that trickles out in to the field. Everything is well-maintained, the tools we get to use – everything is just top-notch and makes our lives a lot easier and safer.