Everglades National Park (Hole in the Donut Project) 400 Acres of land clearing

The Redland Company begins clearing in the Everglades for the National Park Service. This project will restore 400 acres of the Everglades back to natural substrate.  Work includes completely cutting up, chipping and/or grubbing all of the above ground portions of the vegetation (i.e. trunks, stems and branches) on 400 acres of land, down to ground level. Scraping the substate and building a disposal mound for the cleared material. Specialty Equipment includes  multiple 40 ton offroad dump trucks, 930B Barko Mulchers, Excavators with Fecon Heads, and Large Loaders.