Originally used in the 1970s, directional crossings are a marriage of conventional road boring and directional drilling of oil wells. The method is now the preferred method of construction. Crossings have been installed for pipelines carrying oil, natural gas, petrochemicals, water, sewerage and other products.



We have completed hundreds of directional drilled crossings; from sand to hard rock, product lines under rivers, lakes, sensitive wetlands, airport runways, and other natural and man-made obstacles.
Since 1994 Harding Directional Drilling has successfully completed hundreds of directional drilled crossings. From sand to hard rock, Harding Directional has placed product lines under rivers, lakes, sensitive wetlands, airport runways, and other natural and man-made obstacles.

Specalizing in directional drilling for the pipeline industry, Harding Directional’s rigs and support equipment are designed and fabricated at our forty acre facility in Bryan, Texas. We are currently operating five complete drilling spreads. Capabilities include pipe sizes from two inches to forty-eight inches in diameter and drilled lengths in excess of eight thousand feet. All projects have been completed on time, in a safe, efficient, and environmentally responsible manner.

From preliminary design and bid proposals to job completion, choose an industry leader for your next HDD installation.