Horizontal Directional Drilling Contractors
There are many directional drilling contractors in the industry today who claim to perform the services you and your company require. None of these companies, however, has the experience, professionalism, or impressive history that distinguishes Southeast Directional Drilling. Southeast Directional Drilling is a leading horizontal directional drilling company with many years of experience handling the most challenging projects all over the world.
Our management team looks like a “who’s who” of pipelining and directional drilling. With a combined history exceeding 100 years of experience, our management team brings the knowledge and experience required to succeed in even the most remote, treacherous places. We’ve completed projects all over the world for gas companies, oil companies, governments, and contractors. No matter what the terrain or project, Southeast Directional Drilling is the company to call to get it done right, to get it done fast, and to get it done affordably.
Take a look at some of our recent projects and you can see some truly impressive accomplishments. In Trinidad, we pulled a 56 inch pipeline through three bores each at least 2200 feet long. A 72 inch hole was required to house the 56 inch pipeline, making this a record setting project. We’re also responsible for an 800 feet deep directionally drilled river crossing, the deepest one in North America. These are only two of the many successful projects we’re proud to have been a part of.
Of course, a directional drilling contractor is only as good as its equipment and personnel. That’s why we use only the finest drilling rigs, reamers, tensor steering tools, trucks, navigation equipment, environmental gear, and only recruit the finest employees available. To discuss an upcoming project or to request a bid, please contact our estimating team on our contact us page.
Our Latest Blog Posts
Boost your Safety Program with Stretch and Flex
August 30, 2017
Southeast Directional Drilling employees begin each morning with a fun and effective ‘stretch and flex’ program to help combat work related musculoskeletal disorders.
Sometimes referred to as ergonomic or soft tissue injuries, the most common WMSD’s in construction are lower back, neck/shoulder and knee according to an American Society of Safety Engineers (page 26). A sprain is classified as a stretch and/or tear of a ligament while a strain is an injury to either a muscle or a tendon. OSHA points out that “work related MSDs are among the most frequently reported causes of …Read More News
SEDD Presented Plaque of Appreciation
December 3, 2015
When our President Todd Barton was approached by Aaron Goranson, father of a boy scout from Troop 993 in Maricopa Arizona, a small community just north of our Casa Grande facilty asking if we could donate a 53’ box trailer that was slotted for auction later that month, he said “make it happen”. Todd as well as rest of the executive team at SEDD, believes our company should always act as a stewards of our community and of those communities that we work in. “We encourage our employees to promote values, good conduct and respect, in all aspects of our …Read More News