Under the direction of Keystone Clearwater Solutions JMF was tasked with completing 17 steel casing bores under State Roadways. Originally designed as conventional style bores, JMF was able to utilize HDD techniques to lessen the open excavation requirements. Substituting HDD allowed the bore pit excavation size on average to shrink from over 250 cubic yards per crossing down to 20 cubic yards per crossing. This is extremely applicable for jobs where you must reduce excavation limits to match permitting requirements. For more information about how we can save you time and money on your next conventional style bore by switching to HDD please contact us.