To always think of safety first in all that we do and to accept no compromises for our employees and customers.
To be highly visible in our complete dedication to the success of our employees, our customer and our company. To move with a sense of urgency and purpose.
To continuously earn the support of others through our behavior and our organizational reliance on character, ability and strength.
To always do what is right, maintain confidentiality and respect, and deal fairly with others.
To leave no stone unturned in responding to the needs of our customers.
To build it right the first time, utilizing our vast collection of knowledge and experience.
Dirt Works solid backbone is, definitely, its employees. Under the influence of Dirt’s Knowledge and superior skill, we are able to offer our clients quality workmanship, which in turn keeps bringing our clients back time and time again. One common statement we hear from our new clients is this – “I’ve asked around and everyone says, if you want it done right, call Dirt Works, they are the best.” Most of our employees have been with us for years, and everyone is familiar with our company’s level of commitment to our customers and knows what a privilege it is to serve our clients.
Dirt was never one to back down from a challenge, and because of this, our company is experienced in all types of grading and excavation operations. Dirt Works has solved many grading issues around the Texas hill country and beyond. We can make the inaccessible, extremely accessible. Let Dirt Works improve your home or ranch property, you won’t regret it.
Ed Bremer – Dispatch/Material Sales
Rick Mayfeild – General Foreman
Sybil Jones – Office Manager
About the Owner
Wayne began working in construction right out of high school in 1979 with Brown & Root Construction. Working in all areas of excavation from scraper crews to backhoe and dump truck operations. Wayne was heavily involved in underground piping, utilities and foundations. By 1985 Wayne was promoted to General Foreman, supervising crews of over 100 employees.
After ten years Wayne accepted a position with one of the top utility contractors in the nation, Garney Companies, located in Kansas City, Missouri. Garney specializes in laying major water and sewer lines and Wayne was their lead backhoe operator. He was in charge of digging and laying the pipe and also doing the finish work on backfill and clean up. Garney is also where Wayne was given his nickname, “Dirt”, by a foreman who declared that because “Dirt” could run any piece of equipment and had a special ability to “work dirt” that this should be his name, and it stuck.
Monday through Friday
7:30 am to 5:00 pm
We are fully insured and bondable contractor.
Licensed Septic Installer.
711 Ranch Road 32
Blanco, Texas 78606