In April of 2016 JMF was contacted by Keystone Clearwater to provide emergency slip-lining services in Chattanooga, Tennessee. A section of 30" PCCP had separated under the Tennessee River and had significantly reduced operating pressures, an immediate fix was necessary and the best solution... read more
JMF worked alongside Brubacher Excavation to both design and build a 950 LF HDD bore under the Perkiomen Creek in eastern Pennsylvania. Having originally been designed as two separate bores, a modification was made to complete the work in a single bore due to site constraints. The bore passed... read more
JMF successfully completed a 780LF bore, and pulled a 6" steel package. Completing the bore without any type of irregular returns, ahead of schedule, and on budget; creating a win-win situation for both JMF and the Client.
JMF worked alongside Michels Pipeline Construction to complete a nearly 1500 LF bore in both solid and fractured rock formations in northeastern Pennsylvania. Additionally, due to the site constraints of this job, JMF was forced to bore from the top side of a large vertical change between entry... read more
Faced with the challenging combination of boring through both hard pack clay and loose sand in one continuous shot JMF was able to successfully complete a 1500 LF bore just outside of Laurel, MD. The final package included 6 HDPE conduits ranging from 4 - 8". JMF brought in a full time mud... read more
JMF was tasked with boring approximately 840 feet in a solid rock formation just outside of Youngstown, Ohio. Despite running through an old slag pit from a steel mill, JMF was able to regroup, redesign, and re-position the bore to ensure all original requirements were met.
JMF was tasked in the spring of 2014 to develop a boring plan to complete a series of 12" steel bores in an active military base. A schedule was set, allowing a shutdown of the range for no more than 21 consecutive days, during this time approximately 4,700 LF of pipe was to be installed over 5... read more
Installation of a 24" HDPE sleeve in one location spanning the McElroy creek in West Virginia. Total shot length was approximately 850LF, and due to the steep terrain at the exit pit location, required an precise exit at 22 degrees.
Installation in multiple locations of approxametly 3200 LF of 24" Steel Pipe under both a stream and wetland. Shot lengths were between 400 and 1900 LF
Installation of a 16" steel sleeve in three locations ranging from 200 LF to 1200 LF. Traversing streams, wetlands, roads, and railroads. After casing installation was completed JMF pull 12" HDPE pipe through the casing to be used for wellpad water.
Faced with extreme weather conditions our crews continued to produce above and beyond, while limiting the job to zero safety faults, or recordable incidents. A total of 6 HDD crossings were performed ranging in size from 6" to 12" with length between 400 and 1900 LF.