• Directional Boring
  • Geothermal
  • Gas Lines Butt Fusion, Socket Fusion and Electro Fusion up to 20"
  • HDPE Pipe
  • Waterlines
  • Drain Lines
  • Commercial Water Reclamation
  • Irrigation Installation and Repairs
  • Snow Removal and Salting (Commercial)

Pipe and conduit construction has traditionally involved digging a trench, then laying pipe or conduit, and finally covering it back up. Excavation can be disruptive; damaging surface improvements, impeding traffic, and interfering with the lives of local residents. Once pipe or conduit is laid in the ground, the repair of streets, driveways, sidewalks, and landscaping can be time consuming and costly.

Directional Boring offers a cost competitive alternative to trenching. Directional boring involves is the creation of a precisely guided pilot hole. This process directs the drill bit and drill head to specified exit point, either at the surface or in a manhole or exit pit. Directional boring first gained popularity in the telecom installation markets. Deteriorating water and sewer systems usually found in well- established urban or suburban areas, makes traditional excavation difficult, if not possible. Advances in technology and a growing acceptance of the trenchless construction process by engineers, directional boring is making new installations faster and easier.

The Benefits of Directional Boring:

  • Reduces surface damage and repair costs
  • Improved access to confined installation sites
  • Minimizes disruption to area businesses, pedestrians, vehicle traffic, and residents
  • Reduces pipe settling problems
  • Improves installation speed, and efficiency
  • Reduces costs
  • Proven, effective technique for new installations and replacement projects