Experts in Horizontal Directional Drilling

Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD) is a great technology for conquering the mole hill, the mountain, and the water courses of the world. The HDD industry continues to successfully increase its capabilities in every facet associated with the drilling process i.e. tracking systems, mud management, and reamers to name a few. Additionally, drill shots are seemingly getting larger in diameter and longer in distance. Because of these advances, mountains that once seemed impassable are now being passed through and waterways that seemed once impossible to cross are now being navigated.

As we move forward into the 21st century we will undoubtedly see exponential growth in the HDD industry. This growth will be dictated, if not mandated, by restrictive permit regulation, wetland mitigation, EPA consideration and the like. It’s the combination of available technology and restrictive regulatory conditions that make Utility Services Authority, LLC (USA) a viable and competent driller in the HDD industry.

USA is an experienced and proven contractor specializing in, but not limited to, large diameter directional drilling. All of our management team members have a minimum of 10 years related field experience in the large diameter drilling market. Our innovation, competency, and experience have been the driving forces in the success of our company.

We have successfully completed the installation of oil, gas, water, sewer, data communication, and electrical product lines or conduits from the Susquehanna region to Miami, Florida and westward beyond the Mississippi River. Our experience and inclusiveness of all markets and commodities provides us with a spectrum that transcends beyond the single market ideology.

Moreover, we have drilled through mountains, under waterways, highways, and railroads. We have successfully drilled projects with variances of entry and exit elevations up to 350’. Our vast selection of available resources puts us on the ready for any HDD project.


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