expert Hdd fiber optic cable, phone, and electric conduit installations

Horizontal Directional (HDD) bored utility installations 


Vacuum Excavation Backhoe Projects


HDPE Pipe Fusing



We successfully bore and install utilities beneath:


Roads & Highways 


Residential/Commercial Driveways 


Parking Lots


Houses & Building Foundations


Lakes, Ponds & Riverbeds 


Septic Systems


Existing Utilities


Existing Pools


Existing Tanks



Water Projects Include:


Water Main Installations 2"-10" diameter piping


Lateral Water Services (thousands successfully installed)


Irrigation system Piping: Agricultural/ Commercial/ Residential.



Sewer Projects Include:


On-Grade Installations 2"-10" diameter piping

Pressure Sewer Applications

​Septic Lift Line to Drain Field


Tile & Culvert Installations


Storm Drains


Lawn sprinkler driveway sleaving


Electric Projects Include:


Primary Cable


Secondary Cable


PVC and UL Rated Inner Duct (both single and multi-conduit installations)


Telephone & Fiber Optic cable Installations


CATV & Fiber Optics



Specialty Projects Include: ​


Process Piping 


Geo Thermal


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directional drilling

The process consists of three basic steps:

 

  1. A bore  path is planned by locating existing underground utilities and other  known underground obstacles that must be avoided and not damaged.
  2. The  operator drills a pilot hole that follows the pre-planned bore  path. Locating equipment is used to keep track of the drilling head  position at all times. The locating system uses a transmitter inside the  bore head to register its depth, angle, rotation, direction and  temperature data. This data is then transmitted to the surface, where  the signal is decoded and relayed to the drill operator, which allows  the drill operator to control and guide the drill path accurately.
  3. When  the bore is complete, the utility to be installed is pulled back  through the bore hole. When necessary, the hole diameter is made wider  by pulling a larger cutting tool, called a back reamer, through the  pilot hole for the machine operator to pull and guide the desired pipe  or conduit into the enlarged hole. All of this is done with the help of  drilling fluid, which is pumped continuously to the drill head or bit.  Drilling fluid is a mixture of water and usually either bentonite or  polymer. The drilling fluid helps to remove loose cuttings, stabilize  the bore hole, cool the cutting head and lubricate the pipe/conduit to  make installation easier.