This $200K project located in Macungie involved a significant amount of excavation and grading for stream realignment, eight new bridges, and extensive environmental/wetland plantings.

This $726K project located in Bethlehem involved the construction of a recreational trail on an old railroad right-of-way.  Work included erosion and sedimentation controls, clearing and grubbing, demolition, storm sewer, specialized path construction, site concrete, site lighting, landscaping, and site furnishings.

This $194K project located within the Trexler Nature Preserve involved approximately one mile of trail reconstruction consisting of grading & placement of aggregate trail surface, boardwalks over wetlands, wooden pedestrian bridge, and various wood fencing.

Throughout the years, Semmel Excavating has completed numerous sinkhole remediation projects of diverse sizes.