October 16, 2015- Kieswetter awarded Site Preparation and Yard Piping contract for Metrolinx Kitchener Rail Layover Facility. The new facility will act as a storage hub for Go passenger trains.
March 1, 2016- Kieswetter selected as wholesale supplier of UPM High Performance Cold Mix Asphalt for Waterloo Region, Wellington, Perth, Oxford and Brant Counties.
Oct 20, 2014- Kieswetter awarded Excavation and Site Services for the Google project in Kitchener's Breithaupt Block
Our aggregate operations also span more than 3 generations. We presently operate out of 3 locations in Waterloo Region and offer a full complement of material including Gravel, Stone, specialty Sands and Screened Topsoil. We also provide portable crushing and screening operations primarily for recycling of concrete and asphalt.
Kieswetter has the most advanced technology, the best maintained equipment and the most experienced personnel in the industry. As such, we are able to bring success to any project.
April 10, 2015- Kieswetter awarded balance of the Phase 2 Site and Surface works at Waterloo Corporate Campus with Melloul Blamey Construction. This brings the total contract value to date is in excess of $5m
July 7, 2014- Kieswetter breaks ground for new St. Jacobs Farmers Market
April 28, 2014- Kieswetter Excavating awarded $3.4m Waterloo Landfill SE4A Expansion for Region of Waterloo. Work includes over 300,000m3 of earthmoving and 20,000 tonne of Granular installation.
August 15, 2014- Kieswetter starts projects for 3 area Insurance companies. Work includes a parking garage excavation and backfill at Economical Insurance, a parking lot resurfacing for Manulife Financial and a parking lot expansion for Sunlife Financial
March 30, 2014- Waterloo Landfill Cell NE4 Construction Project (2012) nominated for GVCA Building Excellence Awards
August 5, 2014- Kieswetter commences construction for the Waterloo West Commercial Centreand Costco Waterloo. Work includes over 150,000 m3 of earthmoving.
Sept 19, 2014- Kieswetter Excavating awarded K2 Condo Project in Uptown Waterloo. Work includes Bulk Excavation of over 30,000m3 for a 2 storey underground parking garage
Kieswetter Excavating has been performing Southwestern Ontario's most
demanding projects since 1930. Now into its fourth generation of
management, Kieswetter Excavating has continually evolved in order to
remain the number one choice for demanding civil applications.
Current president Roger W. Kieswetter, with over 40 years of experience,
has led this company into the next millenium by investing heavily in
equipment, technology and people.
Our competencies range across the civil spectrum. From complete civil
site management, to specialty and bulk excavation, road , subdivision and
parking lot construction, sewer and watermain, municipal infrastructure including pump stations, treatment plant piping, recreation fields and facilities, Redi-Rock retaining walls, Sheetpiling design and installation and of course large-scale Earthmoving.
October 2, 2015- Kieswetter awarded Cityview Estates area grading contract in Guelph with Fusion Homes. Scope includes approximately 200,000 m3 of earthmoving.
August 14, 2015- Kieswetter awarded two successive contracts as part of the Huron Crossing Commercial Development. Work includes full construction of West Oak Trail collector road and full Sitework package for the new Teppermans furniture site.
April 16, 2015- Kieswetter contracted to build the Sunset Hills subdivision in Maryhill. Work to include 200,000m3 of earthmoving, 3km of sewer installation and 1.5km of road construction.
May 10, 2014- Kieswetter awarded civil package for 3-year project at Kitchener WWTP with Maple Reinders Construction. Work to include bulk excavation for Digester Complex, Energy Centre and over 1km of yard piping.
September 15, 2015- Kieswetter breaks ground for new mixed-use development and underground parking garage at Waterloo Town Square.
October 10, 2015- Kieswetter awarded complete site package for 96-Unit Gallery Towns townhouse development with Granite Homes.
KITCHENER, ON- Following a surprise visit from Prime Minister Stephen Harper, Canadian Troops and Veterans were greeted with cheers and standing ovations from end-to-end of the 3.8km KW Oktoberfest Thanksgiving Day Parade held Monday October 10th in Kitchener and Waterloo.
Led by the Royal Highland Fusiliers of Canada Pipe Band, the Kieswetter Float held a LAV3 contributed through Canada Company's LAV3 Monument program. The Float also carried a vintage 1942 Tank.
Kieswetter Excavating was proud to be part of this truly momentous event.