How We Do That
Program construction consists of a sequence of refinement steps
Design - Build - Drill
Directional boring costs can vary based on machine size, pipe type, bore number, length, depth, soil conditions, utility crossings, permits, and more.
Rest assured, we consider these factors when providing budget estimates.
We handle projects too small for large companies and too complex for smaller ones, whether it's a residential water line, river crossing, or storm sewer installation in congested areas, ensuring projects are completed on time and within budget.
We look at all factors when assisting with your utility project.
We employ Best Practices concerning safety, efficiency, and attention to detail.
Our back-to-basics approach helps avert significant cost overruns, permitting challenges, project delays, expensive redesigns, and, most importantly, utility incidents and shutdowns.
We manage projects by anticipating how elements impact each other. Key factors like labor, locating, materials, tools, weather, and inspections influence project delivery.
Our modern boring project management software ensures on-budget progress. All essential directional boring team members are connected with specific permissions.
Access your project in real-time from any internet browser, mobile, or tablet, tracking its critical path to completion.
Our team, comprising executives, directors, crew leaders, trackers, operators, consultants, and subcontractors, functions as a unified entity.
We conduct roundtable meetings when needed to facilitate extensive client communication. Through active listening, we act as Your Trusted Advisor, aiding in optimal decisions for your project.
Building strong relationships with key personnel, we grasp their expectations for swift, effective solutions.
Our cloud-based project software simplifies managing your directional boring project. Our intuitive mobile application makes it easy to record all production right in the field on a phone or tablet.
Daily-Reports sync automatically in the cloud so that our office staff have access to detailed and accurate information used for tracking boring progress and for the eventual creation of close-out-packages and as-builts.
See It All On One Map
The construction specifics and GPS locations recorded in the field flow right into google maps.
The details for every bore line, box location, pothole, and fiber pull are right there in a popup window with a click of an icon on the map. Better still – all of that data is preserved and accessible on the KMZ files
Precon meeting information
Issue, track, create as-builts, and approve jobs & change orders in one system
Receive standardized daily production reports with GPS locations, photos, time stamps, and tools to verify production is true and accurate
Automatically generate KMZ files that upload to Google Earth & import into AutoCad Using a WGS84 (EPSG – 4326) coordinate system
New network construction is saved to a single cloud-based system print that is accessible to all system-techs on a daily basis
Materials are tracked from the time the contractor takes possession until the materials are installed
Active Job Dashboard allows the provider to track open PO’s, job status, and percentage complete
Automatic wall-to-wall Reports
Standardized photo reports
Printable as-built maps
Small and Macro cell site Close Out Documents
Material usage reporting
Locate Tracking – With automatic expiration reminder