Every once in awhile, you will run into a project that has to be done absolutely perfect. No matter the obstacles, hurdles, or red tape, you have to perform at the highest level to uphold your reputation in the field, and you need subcontractors who understand the weight of that responsibility as well.
Such was the case when Vision Directional Drilling was called in to assist a contractor on a project in Northern Virginia. The application involved six geothermal loops and one header line installed into the basement floor of the home place. However, this was no ordinary job site. This was the birthplace of America’s first President, George Washington. This project would be unlike many you see from day to day. There would be a camera crew onsite the whole time, documenting the entire process. In addition to this, as Vision excavated the property, archeology teams from the National Park Service were present to examine the soil for historical artifacts important to our nation’s history. During the course of our work, the archeology teams found china, glass, and other time period items that most likely belonged to the family of our country’s first commander in chief.
Being a part of this project was truly a privilege for our company. Our work was featured on a television documentary, and also featured in Trenchless Technology magazine, a Directional Drilling trade publication.
When you have a project that is high stakes and you need the best representation, with the most careful and considerate planning, Vision Directional Drilling is your go to resource. Call us today to discuss your high level project. We look forward to assisting you in any way possible.
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