Vision Directional Drilling Makes Your Job Easier
Directional drilling saves you money and doesn’t disrupt above-ground traffic or structures.
Directional drilling, commonly called horizontal directional boring or HDD, is a construction method to install underground pipes and conduits along a prescribed bore path from the surface, with minimal impact to the surrounding area.
Directional drilling is useful in a variety of applications, including utility installations like fiber optic cables, water and sewer lines, natural gas pipes and more.
Directional boring also saves you money on your bottom line. It’s usually cheaper than open-cutting asphalt, concrete or sod. There’s also less liability with underground boring. We work often in critical areas with high pedestrian and auto traffic without disruption of flow.
Our trained staff can bore on grade for sewer with a target accuracy of +/- 1% on bores 600′ in length.