Directional Drilling Mn

Evergreen's Professional Drilling Services

For over 15 years the professionals at Evergreen Directional Drilling has provided underground services in Minnesota, offering services to and throughout the Midwest. Let evergreen directional drilling evaluate your needs and options before recommending the most efficient, cost-effective method for properly completing your underground drilling project.

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What is Directional Drilling?

Horizontal directional drilling, often called horizontal boring, is a method that Evergreen uses for installing underground pipes and conduits along a predetermined bore path from the surface, with minimal impact to the surrounding area. Evergreen has experience installing telecommunications & power cable conduits, waterlines, watermains, and sewer lines. Evergreen also has the ability to install product pipelines, gas lines, crossing waterways, roadways, shore approaches, congested areas, environmentally sensitive areas and any area where other methods are more disruptive and more expensive.

Cost Effective

The technology involved with directional drilling has advanced steadily over the last twenty years and is now the preferred method on many installations due to its low cost and low impact on the surrounding terrain. Alternative methods such as microtunneling, jack & bore and open trenching in urban areas has considerably higher costs involved.

Call Today For A Project Evaluation

Let the Evergreen directional drilling professionals evaluate your needs and options before recommending the most efficient, cost-effective method for properly completing your project.

Call (612) 750-0969 or

Email evergreendrilling@gmail.com

Evergreen's Drilling Process

The Evergreen directional drilling process consists of three basic steps. First, the operator drills a pilot hole that follows a predetermined path. Second, the hole is made wider by passing a larger cutting tool back through the pilot hole. Third, the machine operator guides the desired pipe or conduit into the enlarged hole. Drilling fluid, which is pumped continuously through the drill pipe. The drilling fluid is a mixture of water and usually either bentonite or polymer. The drilling fluid helps to remove loose cuttings, stabilize the bore hole, cool the cutting head and lubricate the pipe or conduit to make insertion easier.

Cost Effective

The technology involved with directional drilling has advanced steadily over the last twenty years and is now the preferred method on many installations due to its low cost and low impact on the surrounding terrain. Alternative methods such as microtunneling, jack & bore and open trenching in urban areas has considerably higher costs involved.

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Evergreen Directional Drilling

Watertown, MN | (612) 750-0969 | evergreendrilling@gmail.com