February 27th, 2013The Economics of Risk Absorption and Risk Transfer Strategies in Horizontal Directional Drilling
The Crossing Company, in conjunction with the University of Alberta's Centre for Excellence in Trenchless Technology (CETT), will be presenting the second paper in a series of five at this year's NASTT No-Dig Technical Conference in Sacramento, California. Manley Osbak, Vice President of Engineering & Estimating will present "The Economics of Risk Absorption and Risk Transfer Strategies in Horizontal Directional Drilling".> Read More
January 25th, 2013Safety Stand Down 2013
The Crossing Company has completed its 8th consecutive Safety Stand Down Week from January 21-25, 2013 as part of our continued committment to safety within our organization. All active rigs were visited by senior management during the stand down to reinforce the importance of a strong safety culture.> Read More
"Neil Swope and Rick Evans demonstrated their ability to assess drilling issues, predict problems, and make critical decisions concerning; reaming, re-reaming and pulling activities. In addition, their acceptance of responsibility and ownership on the project was a refreshing pleasure considering the drilling industry".
- Jim Hall, VP Moore Excavation, Inc.
"...their worksites were among the best maintained to provide safety...HDD [The HDD Company] was brought in to do some of the longer more difficult jobs that less experienced drillers would have a problem with...Neil and his crew proved to be careful, professional drillers".
- Jerry Sheldon, Calif. DOT
"...HDD was given the most difficult and time consuming bores on a consistent basis. HDD [The HDD Company] always completed the work in a timely and safe manner."
- Jerry Brannon, Williams Communications.
Big Gulch Trunk Sewer Emergency Repair and Stream Restoration Project
May 2009 – January 2010 Mukilteo, Washington
The project consisted of two crossings beginning at the foot of a mountain overlooking Puget Sound, in Mukilteo, Washington just north of Seattle.
Calleguas Municipal Water District Port Hueneme Outfall Project
September 2009-November 2009 San Pedro, California
The project consisted of a 2500 foot ocean outfall pipeline. The HDD Company was a subcontractor to Manson Construction, a large marine contractor from San Pedro, California.
Nacimiento Water Project
August 2009-September 2009 Paso Robles, California
The project consisted of one 1850 foot bore under the Nacimiento River and a 1300 foot bore under the Salinas River near Paso Robles, California.
Netarts Oceanside Sanitary District Ocean Outfall Replacement
June 08 - September 2009 Netarts Oceanside Sanitary District Oregon coast
The project consisted of a 4200 foot drill originating onshore adjacent to the NOSD Wastewater Treatment Plant, on the Oregon Coast and exited approximately 3200 feet offshore, in 40 feet of water.
Rubidoux Community Services District Sewer Upgrade
October 08 - February 2009 Rubidoux Community Services District
The project consists of two 2580 foot directional bores, side by side, 12 feet apart in very hard granite.
Chehalis River Waterline Crossing
October-November 2008 Chehalis River Aberdeen, Washington
The project consisted of a 2000 foot drill under the Chehalis River in Aberdeen, Washington.
San Antonio Reservoir Pipeline Project
Summer of 2008 Chevron Pipeline South of Livermore, California
Four crossings of 5976', 1880' and two 1500' of 8" steel located just South of Livermore, California for Chevron Pipeline.
Sound Refining Inc.
Spring of 2008 Sound Refining Inc. Port of Tacoma, WA
Sound Refining Inc. will use the three pipelines to transport petroleum products from their facilities located on both sides of the Hylebos Waterway.
Santa Ynez River Force main Replacement Project
January / February 2008 City of Solvang Solvang, California
1510 feet of 16" SDR 11, HDPE pipe across the Santa Ynez River to replace an existing 10"line that had been exposed due to scour in the river bottom. The project was done on a Design-Build contract in order to expedite the construction start date.
Parallel Pipeline River Crossing Project
September, 2006 City of Newberg, Oregon
Approximately 25 miles southwest of Portland Oregon
2600 feet of 30” HDPE under the Willamette River that will replace an existing above ground pipeline that supplies water to the City of Newberg.
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