Maryland Site Construction Firm,


+1 410-686-2100


+1 410-686-8559


9301 Philadelphia Rd
Baltimore, MD 21237

Sitework Contractor

Iacoboni Site Specialists, Inc. offers a complete, high-quality Sitework Package to help customers turn their undeveloped lots, grounds, and woods into fully paved and graded sites. Our sitework contracting services include clearing and grubbing, demolition of buildings and existing paving, sediment control, excavation, paving, line striping, snow removal, salting, and much more.

Our firm, founded in 1991, is comprised of 125 skilled employees, 200 pieces of heavy equipment, and a long list of vehicles and equipment to handle all aspects of site contracting services. We have the experience and resources necessary to provide your lot with an outstanding and complete sitework service.

Site Contractor in Baltimore, MD

As a reliable, local site contractor in Baltimore, MD, we’ve earned the trust of organizations in the region by providing services of superior quality for more than 25 years. Our commitment to the people of Baltimore is reflected in our professionalism, our motto (“We work safely, honestly, and efficiently”), and by our participation in community service in the metropolitan area. Our list of commercial and municipal clients include many names that will be familiar to area residents, and we are proud of this legacy of service as a site contractor in Baltimore, MD.

Contact Us

At Iacoboni Site Specialists, Inc., we are proud of our reputation as a distinguished sitework contractor in Maryland and D.C. We look forward to helping you on your next sitework project. Call 410-686-2100 or complete our contact form today to get started.

About Our Company

For nearly seventy-five years the Iacoboni name has been associated with the utility construction business in the state of Maryland.

The company’s equipment list is a full complement of over 200 heavy pieces of machinery, a long list of trucks and vehicles, and the small tools and equipment that enables each crew to perform to its maximum production in its area of work, which includes most of Maryland, Northern Virginia, and Washington D.C..