About Our Utility Services
Our services include the installation of power panels, communication systems, plumbing, illumination fixtures, fencing, HVAC equipment, electric distribution, and systems for fire and security. We also work with dry utilities such as telephone, gas, and fiber optic lines, as well as wet utilities like waterlines, sewer lines, and drainage systems.
Before excavation can begin, we will assess the soil type. This must be done for safety reasons, and because the soil type determines preplanning. Since a single cubic yard of soil may weigh upwards of 3,000 pounds, trench cave-ins must be prevented to protect the workers. Additionally, excavation requires precise measurements, which are accomplished with a variety of tools such as meters and testers.
Our plowing equipment utilizes sharp blades which will dig the trench hole to the point needed to install the cables. Trenching tools are similar to plowing but are designed to dig rather than cut. Boring tools will drill holes directly into the surface and are indispensable in situations where minimal disruption is desired. They can be horizontal directional or directional. Finally, cable-pulling tools are used to pull cables through after a passage is created, while reel trailers are used to support cable-pulling mechanisms.