Loudoun County VA Excavating Contractor

Pond with Dock and Pondhouse built by Monomoy, Inc., Marshall, Virginia

Pond with Dock and Pondhouse

Monomoy Services, Inc. is a fully licensed Class A Excavating Contractor serving farm owners and residents in and around Loudoun County, Virginia since 1988.

Discerning local landowners who value professionalism, attention to detail and quality work, choose Monomoy Services, Inc. for:

  • Site Development
  • Road and Bridge Construction
  • Pond Construction
  • Riding Arena / Riding Ring Construction
  • Grading and Site Preparation
  • Barn Pad Construction
  • Spring Development
  • Trough Development

John Pennington, President of Monomoy Services, Inc., says:

“There are almost no barriers to entry in the competitive business of excavation. There are no minimum education requirements, technical training standards, or experience required to hang out one’s shingle, put a sign on a pickup truck, and declare oneself ready to begin changing residential landscapes for better or for worse. That’s why you should ask for referrals from people you trust before choosing an earth moving company to work on your property.”

Monomoy’s clients have included some of the most talented and well-known builders, architects and landscape architects in the Piedmont Virginia area. Monomoy’s work has appeared on the cover of Architectural Digest and other home and garden publications.

“With all of our capabilities and achievements, I am most proud that we have maintained an efficiency in our operations to allow us to keep our rates in line with others.  Monomoy has a hard-earned reputation for providing quality and value to our clients,” says Pennington.

If you would like to discuss your land development needs and request a quote for services, please email Monomoy Services using the contact form on this page. Please be sure to let us know if you were referred by someone we know. We value our word of mouth business, and like to recognize our valued customers who refer business to us.

Established in 1757, Loudoun County is named after John Campbell, Fourth Earl of Loudoun and Governor of Virginia from 1756-59. By the time of the American Revolution, Loudoun County was the most populous county in Virginia.  Today, Loudoun County is home to more than 300,000 residents and is one of the fastest growing — and wealthiest — counties in the United States.

Notable residents of Loudoun County, past and present, include:  James Monroe, 5th President of the United States; George Marshall, former General of the U.S. Army and author of the “Marshall Plan,” Joe Gibbs, former coach of the Washington Redskins football team, Sheila Johnson, entertainment and sports entrepreneur and philanthropist; and Sandra Lerner, entrepreneur and philanthropist.