Horizontal Directional Drilling Piles (HDD)

Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD)
for a variety of ground conditions

Horizontal Directional Drilling is a trenchless method of installing pipelines and conduits in the areas where excavations are not feasible or desired for environmental or construction reasons.  HDD is used for the installation of pipelines beneath rivers, roads, and structures.  During this process, a pilot hole is drilled and then is enlarged with reaming passes to accommodate the pullback of the carrier pipe int the enlarged hole.

John Lawrie Tubulars offers high strength drill pipe for larger HDD rigs.

Most commonly used drill pipe is 5”, 5 ½”, and 6 ⅝”.

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We’ve been supplying different types of steel tubulars to the construction and piling industries for over 20 years

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We process over 2 million feet of pipe in America per year

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Our inventory spans five yards across five states, strategically located to supply our clients geographically

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We have rail and port access to and from various yards across the country

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An extensive range of tubulars for various applications in the construction industry

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Direct access to mill sourced tubulars and large stocks of unused, surplus, new and prime tubulars

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Third party inspection of material if required - piling inspected, hardness testing, weld line inspected etc.

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Our multiple fabrication sites saw cut and splice to specific requirements

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Full certification of all prime domestic tubulars

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Extensive saw cutting, fabrication and splicing capabilities across multiple yards

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