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Eagleway Communications LLC is your go-to directional drill contractor for all your underground utility installation needs. Our team of experienced professionals specializes in trenchless technology, providing efficient and cost-effective solutions for boring and installing utilities without the need for traditional excavation methods. 


With our state-of-the-art equipment and expertise, we can handle projects of any size and complexity, ensuring minimal disruption to the surrounding environment. Whether you need fiber optic cables, water lines, or electrical conduits installed, Eagleway Communications LLC has the skills and resources to get the job done right the first time.


Trust Eagleway Communications LLC for all your directional drilling and boring needs. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can help you with your next project.



Horizontal directional drilling

Directional drilling, also known as horizontal directional drilling (HDD), is a method of installing underground utilities or conduits in a controlled and precise manner. It involves the use of a drilling rig equipped with specialized tools and technology to drill a curved or horizontal hole underground, rather than a traditional vertical hole.


Here's how directional drilling works:


1. Planning: Before starting the drilling process, a thorough assessment of the project site is conducted by the directional drill contractor. They analyze the terrain, subsurface conditions, and any potential obstacles or utilities that need to be avoided.


2. Pilot Hole: The contractor begins by drilling a small-diameter pilot hole using a drill bit. This pilot hole is steered along a predetermined path using specialized tools such as mud motors or downhole drilling motors.


3. Guided Drilling: While drilling the pilot hole, the contractor constantly monitors and adjusts the drilling angle and direction to ensure the hole follows the desired path. This is done by using sensors and real-time data to guide the drilling process.


4. Enlarging the Hole: Once the pilot hole is drilled, the contractor then enlarges it to the required diameter using a reamer or an expanding cutting tool. This creates a void that allows for the installation of the utility or conduit.


5. Utility Installation: After enlarging the hole, the contractor inserts the utility or conduit into the drilled pathway. The utility is typically pulled or pushed through the hole using specialized techniques and equipment.


6. Backfilling and Restoration: Once the utility is in place, the drilled hole is backfilled with drilling mud or other suitable materials. The contractor then restores the surface area, ensuring minimal visible impact on the surrounding environment.


Directional drilling is commonly used in various industries, such as telecommunications, oil and gas, water and sewer, and electrical infrastructure. It offers advantages such as reduced surface disruption, the ability to install utilities under obstacles, and cost savings compared to traditional excavation methods.



We have the proper equipment and the experience to assist our customer in the installation of cable in their underground network

We have the expertise to know when plowing can take place to help speed up projects and lower costs. We have the equipment, large and small, needed to meet your plowing needs in any environment and in all soil conditions.



With all the proper equipment, Eagleway Communications LLC. performs construction to install underground material; waterlines, power, sewer, and gas

We can trench all size of jobs; in open areas or confined spaces with limited access. We do single trenching and multi-unit joint trenching




For any inquiries, questions Call 412-330-9568

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420 Gallagher St
New Alexandria, PA 15670

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