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Utility Strike (Unmarked) Ruins Everyone’s Day

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A utility strike represents one of the most common ways a horizontal directional drilling (HDD) project can quickly turn south. …


Horizontal Soil Sampling

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Volume 8, Issue #5 – May 2022 One question we hear frequently: Can you soil sample using HDD? Unlike with…


Cold Weather and Hard Ground

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It’s hard to imagine anyone more ready for the onset of warm spring weather than folks working in the field….


How to “Develop” an SVE Well

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Volume 8, Issue #3 – March 2022 If you’ve ever installed a vertical soil vapor extraction (SVE) well, you enjoyed…


Limited Access – Not Always About Space

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Generally, when we think of the term “limited access” as it pertains to a drilling project we think of “tight…


Horizontal SubSlab SVE Challenges

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Ellingson-DTD recently installed a single horizontal subslab SVE well at an active industrial manufacturing facility in the upper Midwest. The…


Double-Ended Sometimes the Only Option

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Ellingson-DTD crews recently completed a series of double-ended horizontal Air Sparge (AS and Soil Vapor Extraction (SVE) wells at an…


Horizontal Wells in the ‘Burbs

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Conducting groundwater remediation in a residential area presents a number of unique challenges. The most difficult aspects, as one might…


Discrete Soil Sampling Using HDD

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DTD Crews recently completed a unique site characterization project. Field work involved the use of horizontal directional drilling (HDD) for…


24″ and 30″ Diameter Pipelines in Permian

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DTD crews have recently completed several large diameter pipeline installations for a road crossing in the Permian basin. Meanwhile, similar…