Directional boring, or horizontal directional drilling (HDD), is a steerable, trenchless method of installing underground pipes, conduits and cables in a shallow arc along a prescribed bore path by using a surface-launched drilling rig, with minimal impact on the surrounding area. We are one of the only companies in the area to provide directional drilling through solid rock.
Cable splicing entails surface preparation, jointing or connecting the cable conductors, insulating the connected part, providing shielding to the connected part, and finally providing jacketing to the connected part. Our service includes:
Copper, Fiber & Coax, Cable Rehab & Pair Recovery, Installation & Repair
We have the capacity for doing upgrades, maintenance, repair, and even entirely new systems. Our experienced team and top notch equipment can handle your projects wherever they are located including:
Pole Installation, Pole Transfers, Cable De-Lash & Re-Lash, Strand Placement, Cable Placement
Whether you are in need of a single trench, trench-less technology or cable pulling, you can trust your underground construction project to us. This includes:
Trenching - single trenching, multi-unit count trenching
Plowing - urban & rural plowing, mainline & drops
Cable Pulling/Blowing - Fiber & Copper, Power, Coax
We can provide full service infrastructure integration supporting the telecommunication and information technology industries. This includes 24/7 Emergency Restoration Services to many major service providers and carriers.
Our team has experience with the installation of Cat 3, 5e and 6 cables. We can also install copper cables ranging in size from 2 pair to over 1800 pair and have installed fiber optic cables ranging in size from 2 fibers to over 864 fibers in both single and multi-mode types.
The process of Hydro Excavation, the only non-destructive method of digging, utilizes pressurized water and a vacuum system to quickly and safely expose underground infrastructure.
During the hydrovac process, pressurized water in injected into the ground through a handheld wand. As the soil cover is liquefied, the resulting slurry is simultaneously extracted by a powerful vacuum and stored in a 14 yard tank onboard the hydro vac.
Hydrovacs can dig effectively in all soil types, including clay, and with the aid of onboard heaters, hydrovacs provide a safe means of digging in frozen ground.