Horizontal & vertical directional boring services at Steel Plate
Steel Plate offers horizontal and vertical, also known as directional boring, drilling services. Directional boring involves a pilot borehole being drilled along a pre-determined bore path from the surface with minimum disturbance. Directional boring is mainly used for making crossings under rivers, roads and existing structures, with the purpose of installing pipes and conduits to transport different types of fluids and materials.
Directional boring, or horizontal and vertical drilling, is a way to get needed utilities from one point to another without destroying the existing ground or obstacles that are in between the two points. Directional drilling goes above and beyond traditional trenching, connecting utilities and services in places that traditional trenching is impossible.