Construction Services Offered by Leath & Sons
Leath & Sons, Inc., a leading provider for commercial, residential and government heavy construction services, excels in all phases of construction for heavy, highway, asphalt paving, and site projects.
Whether the project involves bridges and overpasses, railroad trestles, pile foundations, steel fabrication, concrete boring and sawing, or industrial plants, Leath and Sons has the managerial and engineering expertise, equipment, and skilled personnel to handle the job. View our Emergency Services.
Leath & Sons is a leading provider for government and state construction services. Leath & Sons excels in all phases of construction for heavy, highway, asphalt paving, and site projects in the government sector throughout the Kansas City metro area. Services include:
- Commercial Heavy/Highway Construction
- Roads and Highways
- Excavation and Site Work
- Underground Utilities
- Noise Walls
- Site Grading
We offer a full range of expertise in commercial heavy/road construction throughout the Kansas City metro area with the level of excellence in workmanship that has defined our company since 1957. Because of Leath & Sons knowledgeable people, extensive equipment fleet, and turnkey construction services, we can successfully complete commercial projects of any size and complexity, such as:
- Sewer Repair
- Excavation and Site work
For decades, Leath & Sons has served the residential market in the Kansas City area, ensuring clients a team of experienced and qualified field personnel, operators, and drivers who perform in a timely, efficient, and professional fashion. Specialties include:
- Trenchless Sewer line repair
- Site Preparation for Residential Development
- Lot Clearing
- Excavation and Grading Services
- Fill Dirt and Top Soil
- Pond and Pool Excavation
We repair disruptions in sewer lines that can cause serious problems to your home. Our technicians will explore current or potential problems with an underground exterior sewer line. Once we identify the problem, our technicians will repair the problem with a new section of piping and clean out.