Gone are the days when the only option was to tear up the asphalt to lay new underground water, cable, and electric lines in developed areas. Now horizontal directional drilling (also known as trenchless technology and directional boring) goes under roads, driveways, wetlands, and other natural and man-made structures. Traveling at shallow depths, horizontal directional drilling can be performed without traffic delays and excavating. Horizontal directional drilling does not usually require lengthy permitting processes -- important as local and federal protection of land and resources increases. Working with environmentally friendly techniques and modern rigs, horizontal directional drilling bores a path for utilities including water, cable, fiber optic, and other lines. We welcome the opportunity to apply our underground drilling expertise to your project.