CT Excavating, Inc

A Greenville company is being sued by Hunt County for allegedly damaging several county roads while assisting in construction of a new school for the Commerce Independent School District. According to the lawsuit, CT Excavating obtained a contract to transport fill dirt for the project. However, the company allegedly failed to properly secure tractor trailers and repeatedly drove them over the edges of the bar ditch, creating large ruts in the road surface. The vehicles also allegedly ran over and completely crushed drainage culverts, the suit alleges.

Is ct excavating licensed?

ct excavating, Inc is typically a Subcontractor and has worked on 45 jobs in the past 12 months according to available project data. Learn more about ct excavating by exploring their full job history. Get the latest work history, testimonials, and general payment terms for ct excavating in the table below.

Only certain types of specialty contractors such as HVAC and electrical need to be licensed in Texas. General contractors and home builders do not have to be licensed. Check the TDLR website to verify that a contractor is licensed before hiring them for your next project.