What We Do:

Telecom Services…
Complete turnkey solutions to all your telecommunications needs, providing full aerial and underground construction and turnover…


  • Directional Drilling/Boring
  • Hydro Vac Excavation
  • Aerial Line Construction
  • Fibre and Coaxial Placement & Splicing
  • Commissioning/Auditing
  • Small Cell Site Installation & Activation
  • RF Installation & Implementation
  • Construction & Permit Design – Aerial & Underground
  • RF/Fibre Maintenance
  • Design

Utility Services…
SPECIALIZES IN DIRECTIONAL BORING AND HYDROVAC EXCAVATION, Machine excavation and trenching, vault and duct installation…

  • Hydro Vac Excavation (Non Destructive Excavation)
  • Directional Drilling/Boring
  • Machine Excavation & Trenching
  • Vault & Pedestal Placement
  • Water Service Repair & Replacement
  • Waste Management Solutions

Horizontal Directional Boring

Directional boring, commonly called horizontal directional drilling or HDD, is a steerable trenchless method of installing underground pipes, conduits and cables in an arc along a prescribed bore path by using a surface-launched drilling rig, with minimal impact on the surrounding area.


Directional boring is used when trenching or excavating is not practical. It is suitable for a variety of soil conditions. The Pipes used can be made of materials such as PVC, polyethylene, polypropylene, ductile iron, and steel.


  • In most cases, HDD is a three stage process:
  • Stage 1 is drilling a pilot hole along the proposed design centerline.
  • In stage 2, the pilot hole is enlarged to the desired diameter to accommodate the pipe size which can range from 2″ to 36″.
  • Stage 3 the pipe is pulled through the drilled hole.

Hydrovac Excavation

Hydrovac excavation is a non-destructive method of excavation that uses pressurized water and a powerful vacuum to quickly and safely expose buried pipes and cables. A vacuum truck is a tank truck with a heavy-duty vacuum designed to pneumatically load solids, liquids, sludge or slurry through suction lines typically 6-8″ in diameter. Vacuum trucks are also used for exposing underground utilities. The ground is jetted with water, and the vacuum truck sucks up the muddy product. This exposes the buried utility without the possibility of damage, as would be possible if a backhoe was used. This method allows you to:


  • Dig safely around buried infrastructure
  • Dig in tough soil conditions such as clay and rocky soil and
  • Dig through frozen ground


The use of boring machines and hydrovac trucks has increased drastically in the last 10 years as the need to upgrade, replace or build infrastructure has grown. The number of utilities in the ground and the cost to restore sidewalks, streets and boulevards have all combined to cause this growth.

From the compact JT5 to the heavy-duty JT100 Mach 1, there’s an unbeatably efficient Ditch Witch® directional drill for every type of job site and installation. Get directional drilling 101 with this animated informational video from the global leader in underground construction.