Digging for New Markets

Going from road building to environmental services, Michigan contractor keeps growing to meet customers’ needs.

Digging for New Markets

Operator Kyle Guldenstein works on a hydroexcavation project that spans the entire neighborhood in Roseville, Michigan.

Staying in business for 64 years is no easy task. But at M.L. Chartier Excavating, a company based in Fair Haven, Michigan, about a 40-mile drive northeast of Detroit, the formula for doing so is fairly simple and straightforward: Anticipate business and technology trends. Invest...

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