May 2015, Vol 242, No. 5

Features

Accu-Bore Meets Time-Sensitive HDD Project Head On

The job began as a relatively straightforward directionally drilled creek crossing to install 600 feet of steel gas pipe. However, a change in the size of pipe, unexpected site restrictions, difficult soil conditions, and limited hours to work made this project far from routine. It was exactly the type of project suited for California contractor Accu-Bore Directional Drilling, a horizontal directional drilling contractor that also provides engineering services and complete turnkey and design-build capabilities. The creek crossing originally was a 620-foot project to replace a 6,693-foot segment of old distribution line in Graton, a rural area 60 miles north of San Francisco. The project ow

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