Drilling Services we provide
Drilling and grouting projects
warren george local and national drilling projects
Throughout our history, Warren George has established its reputation by being able to tackle “the tough jobs” while maintaining a strong local presence. Some of Warren George’s more notable projects are:
- 2nd Ave Subway in NYC - involved installation of instrumentation, extensometers and inclinometers, with truck-mounted rigs, at over 100 locations in holes up to 200 feet deep.
- East Side Access in Long Island City – over 400 borings to a depth of 100 feet using various drilling rigs.
- Moodus, CT – one 6.5-in. diameter boring at the depth of 6,500 feet, including rock coring.
- The Bahamas – two water-based borings drilled to a depth of over 2,000 feet with continuous coring into “basement” bedrock.
- Grand Central Terminal in NYC - installation of extensometers and inclinometers at over 100 locations with continuous rock coring up to 200 feet deep using Hi-Rail drill rigs.
- Detroit, MI – drilled oriented continuous rock core 600 ft on a 45 degree angle, then 1800 ft horizontal using a track-mounted drill rig.
- New Jersey Turnpike – drilled 1,600 borings, in locations ranging from roadways to swampland, up to 125 ft deep with 16 rigs of various configurations.
- Israel – drilled four 2,500 ft deep holes with continuous HQ rock core, using an air-rig.
- Kent Cliffs, NY – drilled one 6.5-in. diameter rock core to a depth of 3,300 ft.
- San Francisco, CA – drilled 20 borings, within 5 ft of a BART Tunnel, to a depth of 200 ft .
- Hunts Point Market, NY – used a portable electric rig to drill borings inside of an active freezer to determine frost depths.
- Ocean Cay, The Bahamas – drilled over 100 land- and water-based borings on a remote island to depths over 150 ft with continuous rock coring.
- NYC DEP South Street - drilled oriented continuous rock core 200 ft on a 45 degree angle, then 2,500 ft horizontal with a track-mounted drill rig.
- Hudson River PATH Tunnel – drilled 2-in. diameter holes through existing tunnel liner to allow vane shear tests of existing surrounding soils.