Located Pompano Beach, Florida, Giannetti Contracting Corporation is a family-owned construction company first established in Detroit, Michigan, more than 50 years ago. The Giannetti Contracting team is best known for its underground utilities work, as well as its excavating and grading project support services.
To save its clients time and money and cause as little disruption to surrounding areas as possible, Gianetti uses advanced directional drilling equipment and techniques. A process that has been instrumental in the expansion of the oil and gas industry for nearly a century, directional drilling involves the ability to maintain precise control of the direction of a single bore hole as it moves through the ground to a specific location underground.
Advances in directional drilling technology have allowed operators to optimize the installation of underground utility lines, ranging from electric power lines to reclaimed water and irrigation lines, by opening up the opportunity to drill at virtually any angle, rather than just vertically. Directional drilling also has helped minimize the environmental impact of various underground utility projects.
A family-owned-and-operated business based in Pompano Beach, Florida, Giannetti Contracting Corp. has worked on large underground utility installation projects in both private- and public-sector construction. By using directional drilling technology, Giannetti Contracting is able to avoid causing damage to local landscapes and nature zones, while also offering the many other benefits of directional drilling.
For project stakeholders, the savings inherent in directional drilling can be extensive. Excavation and shoring costs are reduced substantially, as are restoration costs upon completion of the work. Less needs to be spent on ensuring the work blends with the surrounding environment, due to the less-intrusive nature of the drilling operation when compared to traditional methods.
Further, directional drilling offers increased flexibility, as it allows for pipes to be installed in larger areas that need to avoid surface disruption, such as parks, roads, and golf courses. It also allows for quicker install times when compared to the traditional trenching method, and can be scaled to suit residential jobs up to large-scale industrial projects.