Our talented and experienced team of in-house professionals follows strict safety protocols to accurately plan the route and layout before proceeding with underground trenching.
If you needed to lay cable between two points that had nothing of consequence between them, you could go with traditional trenching with few, if any, issues. However, when there are structures, a highway, a body of water, or other features in between, you can’t just tear them down to put in the underground cables and utilities. Those situations are where underground trenching comes in. It isn’t without its dangers, but when in the hands of an experienced team, you’ll get great results.
At GP Associates, Inc., we have been in business for more than 33 years. Our talented and experienced team of in-house professionals follow strict safety protocols to plan the route and layout accurately before proceeding with underground trenching. As underground utilities become increasingly popular to avoid weather conditions and accidents, it can get pretty crowded under the surface. It is our job to be sure nothing else is where we will perform underground trenching. We follow a careful process of OSP route planning, layout, drafting and permit services to ensure your project isn’t delayed by a dangerous accidental breach of a power or gas line.
Should it become evident that underground trenching isn’t going to be your best option, we can shift into an aerial installation. We are equipped to perform either one and will give you an accurate assessment about which is best for your project.
If you would like to know more about underground trenching for your project anywhere along the Eastern Seaboard, including the Knightdale, North Carolina area, give us a call.
At GP Associates, Inc., we offer underground trenching services for customers in Knightdale, Asheville, Charlotte, Raleigh, and Durham, North Carolina, and all along the Eastern Seaboard, including Ohio, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Tennessee, West Virginia, and New Jersey.