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Horizontal Directional Drilling Services
We provide services to clients across the southeastern United States.
horizontal directional drilling (HDD) and trenching
We are an underground construction company that uses horizontal directional drilling (HDD) and trenching to install residential, commercial, and government utility pipes for the electric, telecommunications, gas, sewer, water, and irrigation industries.
The Horizontal Directional Drilling Process Explained bY ditchwitch
We are one of the leading horizontal directional drilling (HDD) Companies in florida
Benifits and Frequently Asked Questions
Benefits of our services
Our Directional Boring Methods Decrease Rehabilitation Time – Because directional boring methods require little digging, the time to rehabilitate the work area to as-found or better condition is dramatically decreased.
Our Methods Minimize Disturbance to Surroundings – No one likes their home, business, or morning drive to be affected by utility construction. The footprint for a directional boring zone is usually smaller than a traditional construction zone and is often situated in an existing right of way.
Directional Boring Saves Money – Because directional boring projects can be completed in less time, including site preparation and surface restoration. Underground utility line installation projects that rely on directional boring save money.
Since 2005, we have strived to use the best equipment and techniques in the industry. We also have recruited some of the best drillers in the country to work for us.
We strive to complete all projects, big or small, on time and on budget using the least invasive methods possible.
We can directionally bore Polyethylene (PE), High Density Polyethylene (HDPE), Fusible Polyvinyl-Chloride (FPVC), from ½” through 24”.
Directional boring costs vary according to the drilling machines required, equipment and crews mobilized, site access, underground obstructions, bore distance, bore depth, bore size, permits, workable hours, and any additional site-specific training that may be required.
85% of our work is on military installations and various government contracts mainly in North Florida. We also complete projects for commercial and residential clients as well.