An uncommon contractor
with uncommon results.

On the surface, we provide specialty construction services like environmental restoration, erosion control and dust control. However, what truly sets us apart is the experience, dedication and passion for our staff. We are a people-centric organization that believes in motivating, inspiring and bringing the best and brightest together to serve our customers.

Core values

These values create the foundation of our company. They form our culture and inspire our attitude, helping us deliver on our promise. Every day, on every project.


We say what we mean, do what we say. Every time. 

Being honest and direct, honoring our commitments and standing by our word is what we’re about and a big reason we’re still here 30 years later.


If we don’t know the answer, we will find it.

The most powerful thing we can provide our customers is solutions to their problems. We pride ourselves on overcoming obstacles and finding a way to make that happen.


We have the experience to get the job done right.

We pride ourselves on providing the best solutions, tailored to your specific challenges.


The world is changing and we change with it.

We constantly pursue more progressive ways of doing business and performing our work as a means of serving our clients better.

Our Philosophy

We build from the inside out. We believe success is the natural result of creating an atmosphere where people can flourish at what they do best. Our goal is to hire and attract awesome people. Then, and only then, will we be capable of serving our clients in the way we demand.

We work hard on our culture… and this is what we believe in.


No superstars. No specialty treatment. We promote a selfless work environment where everyone shares the responsibilities and the workload. Even if that means picking up a shovel.


EVERYONE plays an integral role in our operation and we genuinely respect each other’s contributions.


We believe in the power of communication. That’s why we encourage an open conversation – if there’s a better way to do something, we want to know about it.

Our History

When Jerry Stanley started hydroseeding residences in Las Vegas in 1990, he had no idea he was taking the first steps towards creating the leading Mojave Desert habitat restoration company in the Southwest.

What began with a $10,000 loan, one employee, and a 400 sq/ft shared office space, has grown into an internationally recognized company with nearly 100 employees, two regional offices, and the largest fleet in our industry.

Through 30 YEARS of service,

We’ve adapted to ever-changing industry dynamics and are constantly evolving to find new solutions that better serve our clients and the environment. From habitat preservation in the Eastern Sierra Nevada watershed to dust mitigation of utility scale solar farms in California,  we have pioneered new technologies and applications along the way. 


In celebrating our 30th year of service to our industry, we are extremely proud to be able to continue to build our vision of environmental responsibility by minimizing the impact of development. Above all else, we remain passionately focused on serving our customers and delivering exceptional results.

Community Involvement

Through the years our team has been involved in many community and local charities such as Catholic Charities and Par for the Cure. Our employees are dedicated to serving these causes and we are proud to encourage and support their efforts. Here are a few causes we actively participate in:

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Pollinator Highlight: Sulphur Bukweat 🌼

Sulphur Buckwheat (Eriogonum umbellatum) is a species of wild buckwheat and is native to western North America from California to Colorado to central Canada, where it is abundant and found in many habitats, including the sagebrush steppe and alpine areas.

Liking well-drained soil—even gravel and sand—it takes heat, cold and places that barely support plant life. It is normally found at about 4,000’ in sage scrub.

Sulphur Buckwheat attracts bees, hover flies and butterflies, and is eaten by various types of mammals, and is also a larval host and nectar source for lupine blue butterfly.


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"To see a world in a grain of sand & a heaven in a wildflower."

– William Blake

🌸 Happy #NationalWildflowerWeek! 🌸

Milkweed plants serve as an important food source for a number of insect species that help keep nature in balance as well as pollinate some of our most important crops.

But native milkweed is also the key to the survival of the iconic and endangered monarch butterfly.

The milkweed is one of the most important pollinator-attractor plants that we seed in the Sierras and Truckee Meadows to restore habitats.


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Safety is more than an obligation, it’s a bond that keeps us connected to each other, to something bigger than ourselves. We are responsible for the wellbeing and safety of everyone on every project, ensuring we all do our best work and return home safely every single day.

Connected. Supported. Safe.

Happy #ConstructionSafetyWeek!




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Happy Earth Day! 🌎🌎🌎

The Canopy Project improves our shared environment by planting trees across the globe. This year, we hope that you’ll donate to The Canopy Project and support the cause.

Your generous donation will help plant trees and restore our earth. 🌲🌲🌲

You can plant a tree for as little as $1.

Donate at the link in bio.


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"Your business will only get as big as the shadow of your character."

-Orrin Woodward



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With an average of less than 10 inches of rainfall each year, Nevada is the nation’s driest state. However, underground water supplements rainfall to enable incredible #biodiversity in Nevada. The Silver State has the 11th highest biodiversity in the U.S., with more than 300 species found nowhere else in the world.

Groundwater is a precious resource, as it supports our ecosystems and communities. Most of the world's liquid freshwater is groundwater, which supports clean drinking water, farming, ecosystems, industries and more, and is essential for helping us adapt to climate change.

Did you know….

🐾 More than 40% of Nevada's 300+ endemic species rely on Groundwater-Dependent Ecosystems

🌱 2M acres of Nevada (3% of the state) is wetlands

🐠 600,000 acres of habitat are supported by Nevada's rivers & streams

💧 More than 25,000 springs are found in Nevada

Celebrate World Water Day with us by learning more about Nevada's groundwater-dependent ecosystems.

Link in bio 🔗


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Soil-Tech is proud to be a partner on this this utility-scale solar project in Moapa, Nevada, alongside McCarthy Building Companies, Inc. and EDF Renewables North America.

Arrow Canyon Solar is a 274-MW solar and a 91 MW energy storage project that not only adds to Nevada's renewable energy portfolio, but provides local jobs for the state and the Moapa tribe.

We constructed the wildlife fencing for this 1,400 acre site, as well as handled soil stabilization and dust control applications, ensuring air quality compliance and clean air for the desert habitats.

Link in bio.

#reenwableenergy #utilityscalesolar #nevada #environmentalcompliance #airquality #habitatrestoration

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Environmental contracting demands a true passion for nature and the environment, because the work we do today affects tomorrow, and the future to come.

Learn more at the link in bio.


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[gr-it] noun

To have the drive, stamina and determination to push through any challenge or obstacle thrown your way until you succeed.



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Today is #WorldWetlandsDay 🌎

Nearly 90% of the world’s wetlands have been degraded since the 1700s, and we are losing wetlands three times faster than forests. Yet, wetlands are critically important ecosystems that contribute to biodiversity, climate mitigation and adaptation, freshwater availability, world economies and so much more.

This year’s Wetland’s Day theme is to:

✔️ VALUE – wetlands for the multiple benefits and nature-based solutions they provide for human well-being and a healthy planet.

✔️MANAGE – wetlands wisely and use them sustainably so we can conserve them and maintain the health of these critically important ecosystems.

✔️RESTORE – lost and degraded wetlands to revive the rich biodiversity and life found in these life-sustaining

and LOVE wetlands.

Our local wetlands along the Las Vegas Wash provide numerous benefits to our community. Primarily, it allows sediment to settle out as water moves through the system, providing habitat for a diverse community of microorganisms that break down organic and inorganic pollutants. Wetland vegetation works as a filter, taking up nutrients and other potential contaminants from the water as it flows to Lake Mead.

To get involved and volunteer at the next cleanup event at the wash on March 12th, visit our link in bio.

And don't forget to Value, Manage, Restore and Love wetlands everywhere.


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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has awarded $791,000 in Clean Water Act grants to the Nevada Department of Environmental Protection (NDEP) for 12 projects that will address nonpoint pollution sources, improving water quality in streams and rivers across the state.

Just a few of the projects include streambank stabilization & restoration on the Carson and Walker Rivers, various river cleanup events in the Truckee River watershed, and also supporting the Las Vegas Wash Green-Up events.

#Nevada #cleanwateract #waterquality

🔗Link in bio 🔗

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