NW Arial Cinematics Video Featuring Siegmund Excavation & Construction

By Siegmund Excavation | September 29, 2022

Dylan Gottfried

By Siegmund Excavation | June 18, 2021

Dylan Gottfried came to Siegmund Excavation in 2019 after a lengthy career in the lumber industry. He did a variety of jobs at a local, Santiam Canyon area mill for several years before switching to a shipping & receiving position at a company in Woodburn.

Live in the Woods

Siegmund Excavation Participates in the “Live in the Woods” Event

By Siegmund Excavation | October 19, 2018

Last month Siegmund Excavation and Construction participated in the Pacific Logging Congress’s “Live in the Woods” event to demonstrate, educate, and connect with folks about work in the logging industry.   Our company was honored to have been asked to be a key part of the Caterpillar Inc. and Peterson Cat display at the show.   … Continue reading “Siegmund Excavation Participates in the “Live in the Woods” Event”

equipment operator working in Oregon

An Equipment Operator’s Role in Oregon’s Industrial Engine

By Siegmund Excavation | September 24, 2018

There’s something about the smell of fresh air and diesel fuel in the morning. As equipment operators working in Oregon, our employees know the impact of their work goes far beyond the land that we excavate and the roads we construct. As they watch the results of their work develop, they see a bright future … Continue reading “An Equipment Operator’s Role in Oregon’s Industrial Engine”

Brandon Fetter

By Siegmund Excavation | August 27, 2018

Brandon Fetter has been changing hard hats a lot lately at Siegmund. Brandon started working at Siegmund Landscape Supply as a delivery driver and laborer just over a year ago. Recently, he’s begun splitting his time between the landscape yard and Siegmund Excavation’s construction sites. After high school, Brandon worked on a farm for a … Continue reading “Brandon Fetter”

Matt Pietrok

By Siegmund Excavation | August 13, 2018

Matt Pietrok has been working for Siegmund Excavation for 5 ½ years. Matt’s first job in the construction industry was doing telephone cable maintenance for seven years. He left there to do pipeline work for a local construction company. After several more years in construction and utilities, Matt chose to join the crew at Siegmund … Continue reading “Matt Pietrok”

Gordy Swan

By Siegmund Excavation | July 30, 2018

Gordy Swan has been a crusher mechanic and fabricator for 30 years, working from Northern California to Alaska. One of the most challenging jobs he did was on St Paul Island on the Bering Sea. Gordy was also in the operating engineers’ union and operated a variety of heaving equipment, his favorite being scrapers. He … Continue reading “Gordy Swan”

celebrate community spirit

A Summer of Fun Community Events

By Siegmund Excavation | July 20, 2018

Working in the Santiam Canyon is a point of pride for our company. Every day we witness communities coming together to improve their towns and support their fellow citizens. As a member of these communities, Siegmund Excavation and our sister companies, Siegmund Landscape Supplyand Allied Rock, are proud to celebrate community spirit alongside our fellow … Continue reading “A Summer of Fun Community Events”

breaking through the forest and building the roads

Siegmund Excavation Travels Near and Far to Get the Job Done for Oregon

By Siegmund Excavation | June 18, 2018

Siegmund Excavation & Construction crews are on the road again today. They work hard to help Oregon’s timber industry get men and equipment to the logging units and products to market, by building safe new reliable roads while upgrading and maintaining existing ones. We are committed to our part of this endeavor, helping customers successfully … Continue reading “Siegmund Excavation Travels Near and Far to Get the Job Done for Oregon”

Eric Luscher

By Siegmund Excavation | June 4, 2018

Eric Luscher operates the steep slope harvester (feller buncher) for Siegmund Excavation’s logging side. Eric began his career in logging in 1989, bumping knots on the landing for a logging company. He then went to work for another timber company where he ran multiple pieces of equipment, including log loader, skidder, dozer, delimber, processor, and … Continue reading “Eric Luscher”