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Underground Municipal Infrastructure

Pipe Layer

Underground Infrastructure

Role & Mindset Required:


  • He is the last one to see the pipe before it’s covered.​

  • He is the eyes of the operator.​

  • Pace setter​

  • Lead hand


  • Install pipes, couplings, fittings, manholes, fire hydrants, gate valves.​

  • Guide the excavator operator, show him where to dig and how deep.​

  • Makes sure pipe is covered and compacted properly.​

  • Makes sure bedding or clear stone is install on suitable subgrade before installing pipe and structures.

Success Criteria:

  • When you arrive in the morning:​

    • Caps are on, pipes are clean​

  • During production​

    • The Main Excavator is rarely stopped (downtime)​

    • Bedding quantity is bang on​

  • Before you close the day​

    • A game plan is set for tomorrow​

  • During quality control testing​

    • Pipes are straight, sag free, pressurises.

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Company Purpose

At LCL Excavation, we're driven by a singular purpose: to "Build Great Teams". This purpose is the foundation of everything we do.

Building great teams means creating a place where everyone feels important, supported, and part of our big goal. It's about making a culture where working together is key, new ideas are welcome, and everyone is committed to doing their best, both together and on their own.

As we continue to grow and tackle new challenges, our core purpose on Building Great Teams remains at the heart of our approach. By growing a team that is as skilled as it is passionate, we work together, give our all, and enjoy the journey while achieving remarkable results. 

Explore Our Working Season

At LCL Excavation, our dedicated construction workers put in approximately 1800 hours of hard work each year. That's the same number of hours as someone working a standard 35-hour week for 52 weeks!


Working season. Mid-April to the end of November.


4-Day work week. We follow a four-day work week schedule


Approximately 1800 hours work each year

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