Delivering safe, consistent, above standard & reliable HYDROVAC service


Our 37 field offices located across Canada and the USA allow us to be available to any contractor, any time.


Hydrodig has a commitment to safety. All of our employees are trained and educated to meet and exceed corporate and industry safety standards.


Hydrodig provides a number of hydro-excavation services. We cover a multitude of industries including transportation, construction, utility, petroleum and more.


Years of service


Who is Hydrodig?

Incorporated in 1997 and commencing hydro-excavating activities in the spring of 1998, HydrodigTM has become one of North America’s leading hydrovac companies with Canadian service locations in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Ontario as well as with USA locations in Denver, CO and Dallas, TX.

HydrodigTM undertook initial Western Canada expansion in 2000 with the creation of an owner / operator network of hydrovac service providers. In 2009, HydrodigTM created its first international entity, HydrodigTM USA LLC. With locations from Vancouver BC to Ottawa ON and the exposure in the USA, HydrodigTM can provide safe, efficient, and cost effective solutions to any excavation project with our unique single axle, 4×4 hydro-excavating units.

What Is Hydro-Excavation?

Numerous terms are associated with this activity: potholing, daylighting, hydro-trenching, hydrovacing and non-destructive excavating to name a few.

What is Hydro-Excavation?

Simply put, hydro-excavation is the process of utilizing high-pressure water and a powerful vacuum system to excavate. A high pressure water stream loosens the earth and other debris while simultaneously removing and storing the slurry within the onboard vacuum system. This precision orientated activity is predominately used to expose underground infrastructure while determining/proving its precise location OR its non-existence within a proposed excavation area.

What is Hydro-Excavation?

All in a safe, non-destructive fashion. Examples of underground infrastructure include oil and gas pipelines, water pipelines, sewer pipelines, fiber optic cables, and power and television cables just to name a few.