Meet Clients of Ironman Directional Drilling in Salmon Arm

Here at Ironman Directional Drilling, we have completed around 500 directional drills into or under lakes and rivers, varying in length from 15m to 600m and sizes from 3/4″ to 24″. We have achieved an extremely high success rate and pride ourselves in completing all projects on time and on budget, with a priority on safety and minimal environmental impact.

Projects and Clients

Take a look at a few examples of previous jobs and clients who contracted our services for drilling under or into rivers or lakes:

Edmonton (2016)

Fiber optics installation

City of Vancouver (2016)

Fiber optics installation to UBC

Fairmont Hot Springs (2016)

Dutch Creek water supply line

Haida Gwaii (2016)

130km GwaiiTel fiber optics installation

Salmon Arm (2015)

Fusible C900 – water supply for Green Emerald subdivision

Langley Township (2015)

Fiber optics installation

Lavington (2015)

Tolko Lavington plant – cogeneration

Osoyoos sanitary sewer extension (2012)

CSRD Sorrento Water System Upgrade Intake (2010)

Pacific Rim Sewer and Water main Installation (2011)

  • install 12,000m of 8″- 6″ and 4″ pipe under numerous streams and standing bodies of water in environmentally sensitive areas
  • Steve Verkaik, ISL Engineering, Burnaby

Sicamous 2 Mile sewer Force main (2011)

Esowista Sewer Force main

CSRD Sorrento Water Park System Upgrade (2012)

Subdivision Development in Salmon Arm (2011)

Okanagan Lake

  • install a 4” casing for a water intake service.
  • Katrina Gousmett, Biological Tech, Ecoscape Ltd, Kelowna

More of Our Commercial Clients

  • EMCO
  • Royal® Pipe
  • Copper Island Diving
  • Delta Irrigation
  • IPEX

We Thank Our Residential Clients

Ironman Directional Drilling of Salmon Arm is proud to have served a number of homeowners, as well, providing directional drilling under driveways, residential lakes and streams, and more. We are always pleased to provide conduits and ducts for gas, electrical, water or sewer services; or anything else BC, Alberta and Saskatchewan residential communities may need.

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