NAICS Code
238910 - Site Preparation Contractors

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North American Industry Classification System Code 238910 - Site Preparation Contractors

NAICS Code 238910 - Site Preparation Contractors

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What Is The Description Of The NAICS Code 238910?

The description for the NAICS Code 238910 - Site Preparation Contractors is:

This Industry Comprises Establishments Primarily Engaged In Site Preparation Activities, Such As Excavating and Grading, Demolition Of Buildings and Other Structures, and Septic System Installation. Earth Moving and Land Clearing For All Types Of Sites (e.g., Building, Nonbuilding, Mining) Is Included In This Industry. Establishments Primarily Engaged In Construction Equipment Rental With Operator (except Cranes) Are Also Included.

  • Aerial or picker truck, construction, rental with operator
  • Backfilling, construction
  • Backhoe rental with operator
  • Blast hole drilling (except mining)
  • Blasting, building demolition
  • Blasting, construction site
  • Boring, for building construction
  • Building demolition
  • Bulldozer rental with operator
  • Caisson (i.e., drilled building foundations) construction
  • Cesspool construction
  • Concrete breaking and cutting for demolition
  • Construction equipment (except crane) rental with operator
  • Core drilling and test boring for construction
  • Crawler tractor rental with operator
  • Cutting new rights of way
  • Demolition contractor
  • Demolition, building and structure
  • Dewatering contractors
  • Digging foundations
  • Dirt moving for construction
  • Dismantling engineering structures (e.g., oil storage tank)
  • Drainage system (e.g., cesspool, septic tank) installation
  • Drilled pier (i.e., for building foundations) contractors
  • Drilled shaft (i.e., drilled building foundations) construction
  • Dry well construction
  • Equipment rental (except crane), construction, with operator
  • Excavating, earthmoving or land clearing, mining (except overburden removal at open pit mine sites or quarries)
  • Excavating, earthmoving, or land clearing contractors
  • Excavation contractors
  • Foundation digging (i.e., excavation)
  • Foundation drilling contractors
  • Grading construction sites
  • Grave excavation contractors
  • Ground thawing for construction site digging
  • House demolishing
  • House razing
  • Hydrodemolition (i.e., demolition with pressurized water) contractors
  • Land clearing
  • Land leveling contractors
  • Line slashing or cutting (except maintenance)
  • Machinery, construction (except cranes), rental with operator
  • Mine site preparation and related construction activities, construction contractors
  • Pile driving, building foundation
  • Piling (i.e., bored, cast-in-place, drilled), building foundation, contractors
  • Power shovel, construction, rental with operator
  • Power, communication and pipe line right of way clearance (except maintenance)
  • Right of way cutting (except maintenance)
  • Septic system contractors
  • Septic tank and weeping tile installation
  • Soil compacting
  • Soil test drilling
  • Test boring for construction
  • Trenching (except underwater)
  • Underground tank (except hazardous material) removal
  • Weeping tile installation
  • Wrecking, building or other structure



What Are The Related North American Industry Classification System Code(s) for NAICS Code(s) 238910?

The related North American Industry Classification System Code(s) for NAICS Code 238910 - Site Preparation Contractors is:

  • Earth retention or underwater trenching--are classified in Industry 237990, Other Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction;
  • Crane rental with operator--are classified in Industry 238990, All Other Specialty Trade Contractors;
  • Overburden removal as an activity prior to mineral removal from quarries or open pit mines--are classified in Sector 21, Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction;
  • Drilling oil and gas field water intake wells--are classified in U.S. Industry 213111, Drilling Oil and Gas Wells;
  • Dismantling tanks in oil fields--are classified in U.S. Industry 213112, Support Activities for Oil and Gas Operations;
  • Construction equipment rental without an operator--are classified in U.S. Industry 532412, Construction, Mining, and Forestry Machinery and Equipment Rental and Leasing;
  • Tree and brush trimming for overhead utility lines--are classified in Industry 561730, Landscaping Services; and
  • Nuclear power plant decommissioning and environmental remediation work, such as the removal of underground steel tanks for hazardous materials--are classified in Industry 562910, Remediation Services.



What Are The Related General Liability Class Code(s) for NAICS Code 238910?


What Are The Related SIC Code(s) for NAICS Code 238910?

The related SIC Code(s) for NAICS Code 238910 - Site Preparation Contractors is:

Description for 1794 Excavation Work

Special trade contractors primarily engaged in excavation work and digging foundations, including digging and loading. Contractors in this industry may also perform incidental concrete work. Contractors primarily engaged in concrete work are classified in Industry 1771; and those primarily engaged in trenching or in earth moving and land clearing not related to building construction are classified in Major Group 16.

  • Excavation work-contractors
  • Foundation digging (excavation)-contractors
  • Grading: except for highways, streets, and airport runways-contractors

Description for 1629 Heavy Construction, Not Elsewhere Classified

General and special trade contractors primarily engaged in the construction of heavy projects, not elsewhere classified.

  • Athletic field construction-general contractors
  • Blasting, except building demolition-contractors
  • Breakwater construction-general contractors
  • Bridle path construction-general contractors
  • Brush clearing or cutting-contractors
  • Caisson drilling-contractors
  • Canal construction-general contractors
  • Central station construction-general contractors
  • Channel construction-general contractors
  • Channel cutoff construction-general contractors
  • Chemical complex or facilities construction-general contractors
  • Clearing of land-general contractors
  • Cofferdam construction-general contractors
  • Coke oven construction-general contractors
  • Cutting right-of-way-general contractors
  • Dam construction-general contractors
  • Dike construction-general contractors
  • Discharging station construction, mine-general contractors
  • Dock construction-general contractors
  • Drainage project construction-general contractors
  • Dredging-general contractors
  • Earth moving, not connected with building construction-general
  • Flood control project construction-general contractors
  • Furnace construction for industrial plants-general contractors
  • Golf course construction-general contractors
  • Harbor construction-general contractors
  • Hydroelectric plant construction-general contractors
  • Industrial incinerator construction-general contractors
  • Industrial plant appurtenance construction-general contractors
  • Irrigation projects construction-general contractors
  • Jetty construction-general contractors
  • Kiln construction-general contractors
  • Land clearing-contractors
  • Land drainage-contractors
  • Land leveling (irrigation)-contractors
  • Land reclamation-contractors
  • Levee construction-general contractors
  • Light and power plant construction-general contractors
  • Loading station construction, mine-general contractors
  • Lock and waterway construction-general contractors
  • Marine construction-general contractors
  • Mine loading and discharging station construction-general contractors
  • Mining appurtenance construction-general contractors
  • Missile facilities construction-general contractors
  • Nuclear reactor containment structure construction-general contractors
  • Oil refinery construction-general contractors
  • Oven construction for industrial plants-general contractors
  • Oven construction, bakers' -general contractors
  • Petrochemical plant construction-general contractors
  • Petroleum refinery construction-general contractors
  • Pier construction-general contractors
  • Pile driving-contractors
  • Pond construction-general contractors
  • Power plant construction-general contractors
  • Railroad construction-general contractors
  • Railway roadbed construction-general contractors
  • Reclamation projects construction-general contractors
  • Reservoir construction-general contractors
  • Revetment construction-general contractors
  • Rock removal, underwater-contractors
  • Sewage treatment plant construction-general contractors
  • Ski tow erection-general contractors
  • Soil compacting service-contractors
  • Submarine rock removal-general contractors
  • Subway construction-general contractors
  • Tennis court construction, outdoor-general contractors
  • Timber removal, underwater-contractors
  • Tipple construction-general contractors
  • Trail building-general contractors
  • Trailer camp construction-general contractors
  • Trenching-contractors
  • Washeries construction, mining-general contractors
  • Waste disposal plant construction-general contractors
  • Water power project construction-general contractors
  • Water treatment plant construction-general contractors
  • Waterway construction-general contractors
  • Wharf construction-general contractors

Description for 1081 Metal Mining Services

Establishments primarily engaged in performing metal mining services for others on a contract or fee basis, such as the removal of overburden, strip mining for metallic ores, prospect and test drilling, and mine exploration and development. Establishments which have complete responsibility for operating mines for others on a contract or fee basis are classified according to the product mined rather than as metal mining services. Establishments primarily performing hauling services are classified in Division E, Transportation.

  • Boring test holes for metal mining on a contract basis
  • Draining or pumping of metal mines: on a contract basis
  • Drilling for metal mining on a contract basis
  • Exploration for metal mining on a contract basis
  • Geophysical exploration services, for metal mining on a contract basis
  • Mine development for metal mining on a contract basis
  • Overburden removal for metal mining; on a contract basis
  • Prospect drilling for metal mining on a contract basis
  • Sinking shafts for metal mining on a contract basis
  • Strip mining, metal: on a contract basis
  • Test drilling for metal mining: on a contract basis

Description for 1711 Plumbing, Heating and Air-Conditioning

Special trade contractors primarily engaged in plumbing, heating, air-conditioning, and similar work. Sheet metal work performed by plumbing, heating, and air-conditioning contractors in conjunction with the installation of plumbing, heating, and air-conditioning equipment is included here, but roofing and sheet metal work contractors are classified in Industry 1761. Special trade contractors primarily engaged in electrical work are classified in Industry 1731.

  • Air system balancing and testing-contractors
  • Air-conditioning, with or without sheet metal work-contractors
  • Boiler erection and installation-contractors
  • Drainage system installation, cesspool and septic tank-contractors
  • Dry well construction, cesspool-contractors
  • Fuel oil burner installation and servicing-contractors
  • Furnace repair-contractors
  • Gas line hookup-contractors
  • Heating equipment installation-contractors
  • Heating, with or without sheet metal work-contractors
  • Lawn sprinkler system installation-contractors
  • Mechanical contractors
  • Piping, plumbing-contractors
  • Plumbing and heating-contractors
  • Plumbing repair-contractors
  • Plumbing, with or without sheet metal work-contractors
  • Refrigeration and freezer work-contractors
  • Sewer hookups and connections for buildings-contractors
  • Sheet metal work combined with heating or
  • Solar heating apparatus-contractors
  • Sprinkler system installation-contractors
  • Steam fitting-contractors
  • Sump pump installation and servicing-contractors
  • Ventilating work, with or without sheet metal work-contractors
  • Water pump installation and servicing-contractors
  • Water system balancing and testing-contractors

Description for 1611 Highway and Street Construction, Except Elevated Highways

General and special trade contractors primarily engaged in the construction of roads, streets, alleys, public sidewalks, guardrails, parkways, and airports. Special trade contractors primarily engaged in the construction of private driveways and sidewalks are classified in Industry 1771.

  • Airport runway construction-general contractors
  • Alley construction-general contractors
  • Asphalt paving: roads, public sidewalks, and streets-contractors
  • Concrete construction: roads, highways, public sidewalks, and
  • Grading for highways, streets, and airport runways-contractors
  • Guardrail construction on highways-contractors
  • Highway construction, except elevated-general contractors
  • Highway signs, installation of-contractors
  • Parkway construction-general contractors
  • Paving construction-contractors
  • Surfacing street and highways-contractors
  • Road construction, except elevated-general contractors
  • Sidewalk construction, public-contractors
  • Street maintenance or repair-contractors
  • Street paving-contractors

Description for 1795 Wrecking and Demolition Work

Special trade contractors primarily engaged in the wrecking and demolition of buildings and other structures, except marine. They may or may not sell material derived from demolishing operations. Establishments primarily engaged in marine wrecking are classified in Transportation, Industry 4499.

  • Concrete breaking for streets and highways-contractors
  • Demolition of buildings or other structures, except marine-contractors
  • Dismantling steel oil tanks, except oil field work-contractors
  • Wrecking of buildings or other structures, except marine-contractors



What Are The Related California Workers Compensation Code(s) for NAICS Code 238910?

The related CA Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NAICS Code 238910 is:

1330 - Blasting
6258 - Foundation Preparation Work
6011 - Dam Construction
6218 - Excavation
0106 - Tree Pruning, Repairing or Trimming
2702 - Logging or Lumbering
6003 - Pile Driving
5184 - Steam Pipe or Boiler Insulation
5507 - Street or Road Construction - Grading
5027 - Masonry
5057 - Iron or Steel Erection
5403 - Carpentry
5213 - Concrete Construction - Foundations

What Are The Related Delaware Workers Compensation Code(s) for NAICS Code 238910?

The related DE Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NAICS Code 238910 is:

0609 - Excavation
0009 - Logging, NOC
0611 - Pile Driving
0691 - Temporary - Excavation Staff
0615 - Tunneling or Shaft Sinking
0663 - Plumbing
0602 - Road Construction Subsurface
0653 - Masonry
0655 - Iron Erection
0651 - Carpentry - Commercial Structures
0654 - Concrete Construction

What Are The Related Michigan Workers Compensation Code(s) for NAICS Code 238910?

The related MI Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NAICS Code 238910 is:

6217 - Beaver Dam Demolition
106 - Tree Pruning, Spraying & Drive, Christmas Tree Harvesting
2702 - Logging or Lumbering
5040 - Antenna Tower Erection - Commercial Use - Broadcast Station
5183 - Air Tube Installation - Bank
5507 - Street or Road Construction: Sub - Surface Work
5022 - Brick Cleaning
5057 - Iron or Steel Erection: NOC
5403 - Carpentry NOC; Siding Intallation On Buildings Other Than Dwellings; Bleacher Erection
5213 - Concrete Constr: NOC; Dam or Lock Constr; Cleaning or Renovating Bldg Ext

What Are The Related New Jersey Workers Compensation Code(s) for NAICS Code 238910?

The related NJ Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NAICS Code 238910 is:

1605 - Excavation - Rock & Drivers
6252 - Caisson Work
6217 - Excavation NOC & Drivers
6039 - Grading Of Land NOC & Drivers
0106 - Tree Pruning, Spraying, Repairing, Trimming or Fumigating & Drivers
2702 - Logging or Lumbering & Drivers
6003 - Pile Driving & Drivers
5184 - Boiler or Steam Pipe Insulating & Shop, Drivers
6042 - Street or Road Construction & Drivers
5701 - Wrecking: Building or Structures - Not Marine

What Are The Related New York Workers Compensation Code(s) for NAICS Code 238910?

The related NY Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NAICS Code 238910 is:

5508 - Excavation - Rock - All Operations To Completion & Drivers
6252 - Caisson Work - All Operations To Completion
6018 - Dam or Lock Const - Earth Moving or Placing - In Conn With Dams or Locks - All Types - All Oper To Com & D
6217 - Excavation NOC - All Operations To Completion & Drivers
0106 - Tree Pruning, Repairing or Trimming - All Operations To Completion & Drivers
2702 - Logging or Lumbering & Drivers
6003 - Pile Driving NOC - All Operations To Completion & Drivers
5184 - Boiler or Steam Pipe Insulating - All Operations To Completion & Drivers
5507 - Street or Road Construction - Sub - Surface Work - All Operations To Completion & Drivers
5701 - Wrecking - Buildings - Not Marine - All Operations To Completion & Drivers

What Are The Related Pennsylvania Workers Compensation Code(s) for NAICS Code 238910?

The related PA Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NAICS Code 238910 is:

0609 - Excavation
0009 - Logging, NOC
0611 - Pile Driving
0691 - Temporary - Excavation Staff
0615 - Tunneling or Shaft Sinking
0663 - Plumbing
0602 - Road Construction Subsurface
0653 - Masonry
0655 - Iron Erection
0651 - Carpentry - Commercial Structures
0654 - Concrete Construction

What Are The Related Texas Workers Compensation Code(s) for NAICS Code 238910?

The related TX Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NAICS Code 238910 is:

4000 - Quarry - All Kinds & Drivers
6306 - Sewer Construction - All Operations & Drivers
6045 - Levee Construction - All Operations To Completion & Drivers
6219 - Drilling Environmental Test Holes Around Underground Tanks & Drivers
2702 - Logging or Lumbering & Drivers
6003 - Pile Driving & Drivers
5183 - Sprinkler Installation & Drivers
5506 - Street or Road Construction - All Operations & Drivers
5022 - Masonry NOC & Drivers
5057 - Iron or Steel - Erection - NOC & Drivers
5403 - Carpentry NOC & Drivers
5213 - Concrete Construction NOC & Drivers

NAICS Code 238910 - The Bottom Line

The North American Industry Classification System NAICS Code for Site Preparation Contractors is 238910 in the Construction sector.

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