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.
Kieswetter is pleased to announce that bulk UPM Cold Mix is now available for delivery across Ontario or pickup at our Heidelberg Pit. UPM is the highest performing Asphalt Repair product on the market and can be used in all conditions. Unlike traditional cold mixes, water will not degrade UPM. UPM even guarantees the material will outlast the asphalt that surrounds it. Find out why so many Municipalities, Maintenance Companies and Private Owners across Ontario are making the switch to UPM Cold Mix.
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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.
KITCHENER, ON- Following a surprise visit from our Prime Minister, 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 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 and continues its ongoing support for this exceptional local organization.