Mountain Pass Drilling: Contractor Beats The Snow To Install Fiber In Washington

By Jeff Griffin, Senior Editor | March 2013, Vol. 68 No. 3

The Summit Pass job is a part of a project which, combined with others, is expanding Noanet’s fiber network to reach more than 170 communities and 2,000 schools, hospitals, emergency responders, libraries, colleges and universities in Washington. Funds for the projects are bolstered by $140 million in federal grants.

Based in Portland, OR, Apex works on a national level serving multiple clients. With equipment ranging to 500,000 pounds of pullback, Apex has the ability to bore up to several thousand feet and pull products in excess of 48-inches in diameter. Some single projects are hundreds of miles long, and others are a few hundred feet. Apex is licensed in all states west of the Rocky Mountains and also in Pennsylvania, Missouri, Virginia and North Carolina.

FOR MORE INFO:
Apex Directional Drilling, 503-427-2230, www.apexdirectionaldrilling.com
Ditch Witch, (800) 654-6481, www.ditchwitch.com

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