Rural Siteworks

Cambridge Excavators (Camex) have a well established reputation for rural development work for farms and lifestyle blocks.

From shed site preparation to effluent pond construction, if you need excavation, site development, drainage or sewage work for your farm or lifestyle block, call Camex today!

Skilled team at Camex with many years experience

Respected for its high standard of workmanship, Camex has built a strong customer base across rural Waikato for a wide range of rural site works and farm development services.The Camex team has the relevant qualifications for the projects undertaken and applicable licenses for the machinery operated.


commercial siteworks

Lifestyle blocks - building site development, new driveways, drains cleared & more...

If you need lifestyle block work done, contact Camex for development of:

  • New driveways
  • Building site preparation
  • Hedge removals
  • Drains cleaned
  • Pet horse burials


Farms - excavation, site leveling & development, drainage & more...

Camex are the professionals to call for:

  • Race and track development
  • Cow shed site development
  • Oxidation pond construction
  • Hedge removal, and land clearing
  • Excavation of rock and sand from farm pits - leveled and finished to your requirements
  • Contouring and nova flowing of paddocks


commercial siteworks

commercial siteworks

Drainage for rural, farm & lifestyle block requirements

Camex can undertake all aspects of drainage work including repairs to septic tank effluent lines, septic tank installations, aerated treatment plants, water tank installation and all aspects of drain laying.

All enquiries welcome

Camex provide excellent quality earthmoving, lifestyle block and farm drainage, and site development services and are committed to getting your job done efficiently. Call us for a free quote today.

Case Study

Titanium Park Western Precinct

This is one of Camex Civils largest projects to date for sheer area size. This project involved us Clearing the site of existing hedges and existing buildings in which some contained asbestos.

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