Since our inception in 1984, we have been committed to the quality and well being of the community in which we operate.

Our philosophy is simple. “Everyone at Gerrard lives in northern Colorado and makes a living here, we want to give back to our community.” Read the articles below to learn more about our efforts to improve the lives of the people in northern Colorado.

Contractor Overcomes Construction Challenges to Help Displaced Homeowners

Mike Porcaro | CONEXPO-CON/AGG

To better quality of life to residents of the Front Range, several contractors including, Gerrard Excavating, were hired by Larimer County to repair local roads. Gerrard worked on CR47, a county route wiped out after the south fork of the Little Thompson River flooded displacing 200 area homeowners.

High Park Fire Victims Get a Bridge to Brighter Days

Pamela Dickman | Loveland Reporter-Herald

Loveland-based Gerrard Excavating donated $75,000 worth of supplies and labor to help Rist Canyon residents.

Contractor Donations of Equipment and Labor Support Community

Mike Porcaro | CONEXPO-CON/AGG

In 2012, the company donated about $75,000 in machinery and labor to help the community of Whale Rock build a new bridge that was destroyed during a wild fire.

4 Flood-Hit Roads Reopen in Larimer County

Alex Burness | Loveland Reporter-Herald

LOVELAND—Larimer County's Engineering Department took another step toward restoring normalcy, announcing Friday the full-time reopening of four previously flood-devastated roadways.

Contractor's Stewardship Betters Quality of Life on Colorado's Northern Front Range

Mike Porcaro | CONEXPO-CON/AGG

Contractor to be honored at international CONEXPO-CON/AGG equipment exposition for making a significant difference for the community’s quality of life.

Historic Engineering Landmark Compromised

Mike Porcaro | CONEXPO-CON/AGG

Affecting an area estimated to be 4,500 square miles, the Colorado Office of Emergency Management estimated that more than 1,500 homes were destroyed with 17,000 damaged. Thirty state-maintained bridges fell with 20 others rendered deficient.

As they have proven many times before in these types of situations, Gerrard Excavating excels under pressure.

Last of Big Dam Repairs to Be Completed

Saja Hindi | Loveland Reporter-Herald

Crews are putting the finishing touches on repairs to the Nelson Big Dam and expect to have them completed in the next few weeks.

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