Big Bore is now Brothers HDD
BIG BORE IS NOW BROTHERS HDD
Brothers HDD officially started Business October 2019 after an acquisition of the Big Bore Directional Drilling Inc. assets. The newly created business is owned and operated by Jamie McClennon whom is no stranger to the HDD Industry. Along with the Brothers HDD acquisition former Big Bore staff have been retained to continue to offer the same superb business. Brothers HDD will provide HDD services within Western Canada. We are based out of Lloydminster AB, although we have no Borders. Our company employs on average 30 full time staff.
Brothers HDD is one of few Companies that offer a Light Rig variety of HDD Drills capable of drilling in all Soil conditions as well Rock. Our Fleet consists of 100,000 lbs up to a Capacity of 220,000 LBS Thrust/ Pullback capacity.
We will offer HDD services to anyone requiring minimal impact to the environment. Some examples, we work for the following: Oil & Gas companies, Municipal Government departments, Roads & Infrastructure departments, Farm/Ranch and Acreage owners. What we offer is an HDD Service that can meet your needs, this can range from; Pipelines (Oil/Gas/Casings), Utilities (Power/Water/Fiber/Conduit/Cathodic Protection). We are please to offer a service of being a Contractor or in the event in large-scale projects we are willing to Subcontract under a Prime contractor.
Although the Brothers HDD name is new to industry we will continue to build on the excellent Health and Safety Score card our staff have developed prior to the acquisition. All pertinent HSE information is available on: ISN, CQN and Comply Works. Brothers HDD has an A&D policy in effect that covers all Safety Sensitive positions.
If you require a Quotation or looking for information on a project you have in mind don’t hesitate to Call: Brothers HDD Dispatch; 780-214-7711 or email:
CORPORATE HEAD OFFICE
2002 23 Avenue
Wainwright, AB T9W 0B8
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Serving the three Western Prairie Provinces, Manitoba and capabilities of serving the Eastern Canadian Provinces.