Business Plan Templates
Excavation Services Business Plan template



Sample text from Excavation Services Business Plan:

1.0 Executive Summary

Introduction

[Company Name] is an Industrial Building Construction company owned by [OWNER'S NAME], who has worked in the excavation industry for over 20 years.

Location

[Company Name] is headquartered in [CITY], [STATE], which is located in [COUNTY] County.

The Company

[Company Name] began operations in 1992. The Company has served the city of [CITY] and surrounding areas since its inception and during this time has maintained a reputation of quality work and a name that its customers have come to rely on.

Our Services

[Company Name] is in the excavation industry and provides equipment, labor and expertise for various excavation jobs. The Company primarily targets government contracts and commercial customers, and secondarily residential work.

List of services

• Cmp Construction

• Bridge Construction

• Excavation

• Fire

• Forestry

The Market

According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, the U.S. excavation work industry includes more than 18,000 establishments and employs more than 116,000 workers. This industry covers special trade contractors primarily engaged in excavation work and digging foundations. Contractors in this industry may also perform incidental concrete work.

Financial Considerations

The marketing research and tailored marketing strategy described in this business plan will result in sales revenue of $1,500,000 in 2011, increasing to $2,000,000 in 2013.

The cash flow for [Company Name] shows adequate provisions for ongoing expenses to meet the needs of the company as the business expands operations.

The purpose of this plan is to attain grant funding in the amount of $283,000 to upgrade equipment, purchase a new truck, hire a new employee, and expand the advertising/marketing campaign.

The major focus for grant funding is as follows:

1. Small excavation company

2. Hire a new employee; the Company will look to hire veterans, minorities and the unemployed

3. Expand business - service more commercial customers in the community to be awarded more government contracts for environmental work.

4. Upgrade equipment and purchase (1) truck

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