Environmental & Geotechnical Drilling

Geotechnical and environmental drilling address the research oriented sampling requirements necessary for determining whether or not a site is suitable for a proposed construction project, or whether it is a commercially viable location for oil, gas, or other mineral extraction efforts.

Horizontal Directional Drilling

Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD), also known as slant drilling, deviated drilling, or directional boring, is a trenchless method of installing underground pipes and conduits along a prescribed bore path from the surface, mitigating environmental impacts on the surrounding areas.

Water Well Drilling

In drilling for wells that provide water for irrigation, dewatering, and drinking water supplies, it is important that the respective type of water wells are drilled in accordance with safety, depth, and location requirements, mindful of mitigating the effects of possible chemical or pathogen contamination of groundwater sources.

Mining Production & Exploration Drilling

For all drilling operations careful planning is a critical step before drilling begins. While exploratory drilling is often the most expensive part of exploration and can sometimes be difficult to predict costs, it is crucial to any mining production endeavor.