Our Earth Moving Projects

With 35 years in the business, Simpson Earth has crafted and participated in numerous projects throughout the Illawarra, Southern Highlands, Shoalhaven and Southern Sydney regions. All have been concluded with the same enthusiasm, attention to detail and pride that we bring to all our work.


You can have total confidence in our ability to deliver your project on time, on budget and in accordance with all current legislation. Our approach is one of “getting the job done” through implementation of tried and tested methodology that creates a quality product sure to satisfy all customer requirements.

Bulk Earthworks

Simpson Earth can carry out any large scale bulk earthwork projects.

Car Storage Facility

Bulk Earth Works Project to Create a Car Storage Facility

Dam Construction

A dam is not just a hole in the ground - it is a water storage structure requiring design, survey and construction. To be effective, a dam wall must remain stable during large storm events and the soil must be relatively impermeable to minimise seepage loss.

Deep Excavation of Basement Apartment Building

Bulk Earth Works - Hammer and Excavation of Basement for Unit Block.

High Voltage Cable Laying

High voltage cable laying is a specialised job which requires patience and care in laying the cable.

Mine Site Emplacement Works

Simpson Earth serviced BHP Billiton West Cliff Colliery Emplacement area for 36 years.

Quarry Work

Simpson Earth can handle your Quarry needs from extracting hard rock and sand stone, removing overburden to stockpiling ready for processing, screening and crushing.

Rehabilitation Work

Simpson Earth are the leaders in rehabilitation and pioneers in rehabilitation of large scale emplacement areas.

Rock Saw

Our purpose build rock saw is capable of trenches 1300mm deep with a starting width of 150mm up to 300mm.

Signature Wollongong Specialised Excavation

This project involved specialised excavation due to redesign of the boundary footprint which had to be excavated from the bottom up and not from the top down which is the usual approach.