About Iron Eagle Excavation

Iron Eagle Excavation was formed in 2019 in Dallas, Texas. We began our operations with a Skid Steer and 2 Employees. Since then we have grown to several crews and over a dozen pieces of equipment. When we say “We Bring the Iron” we mean it.  When it comes to your next excavation, moisture conditioning etc. pick the company that will get the job done right the first time.

Iron Eagle Excavation’s purpose is not just to “Bring the Iron” it also to show our clients our work and our Ethics. It is to build personal lasting relationships with both our customers and our crews. How do we do provide this? We start with our integrity and no smoking mirrors. Through our transparency and communication with our trade partners, clients, and crews we can build a solid foundation with any group willing to work with us. We look out for the best interests of our clients, our crews and our business.


Our culture is a service culture. Each person on our team is there to look out for each other and our clients. Safety drives this industry and we all know there is no reason for performing unsafe work in unsafe conditions. That’s why through our safety training and culture we ensure our crews stay up to date on OSHA and local regulation training.

Our purpose is not just to move material, it is also to bring our customers a good quality product and first hand knowledge of how to handle any situation that may arise. We attack a project and make sure we meet deadlines and budgets.



Brandon Weinlein

Brandon began his construction career in 2003 when he was 14 working for his uncle in his construction company. In 2005 he began working for his neighbor’s excavation company when he was 16 years old. He has been around big yellow iron for a while. He then joined the United States Army in 2006 and served for 8 years. He then got out in 2013 and went right back to construction where he worked for H&W utility contractors as an operator, Webber as a Finish Dozer Hand, Mario Sinacola on the 635 project and several residential projects. He then began his leadership side of the business at RPMX in 2016 and learned the ins and outs of the business. When it comes to being in your blood, he has it. Brandon to this day still runs equipment to help on jobs because at the end of the day the work needs to get done.