EnviroBore Ltd is an industry leader in HDD solutions and extremely proud of our stance on minimal environmental impact. We continue to use our knowledge and experience in the field and at a management level to enhance our services, train our employees and bring quality service to our customers. EnviroBore Ltd continuously requires its employees to improve and grow in their skills – through training, courses and hands on experience.
Horizontal Directional Drilling significantly lowers the impact on the environment compared to traditional open cutting, making it a perfect solution for highly sensitive ecological areas. Since 2010 EnviroBore Ltd. has continued to grow and offer more services, including pipe ramming, pipe bursting, solidification and utility services. We offer a larger fleet and a more comprehensive list of services, but same quality of service.
EnviroBore is the passionately driven by the following core values:
EnviroBore is committed to being a leader in environmental excellence. We embrace our role as a steward of sustainable environment. We recognize that our actions of today effect the quality of tomorrow.
EnviroBore is a service-based company. Our customer’s success is our success.
Planting seeds of growth, passionately teaching others and inspire them to become better.
At EnviroBore quality is everyone’s responsibility. We continuously seek to improve the quality of our workmanship and relationships with our customers.
EnviroBore’s focus on overall success of the entire team. We foster an environment of continuous learning and collaboration. Together we enjoy our successes and persevere through the obstacles.
A safety culture is encapsulated by the mind-sets, attitudes and behaviors of workers, supervisors, managers and owners. A positive safety culture in the workplace is absolutely vital to a successful and effective health and safety program.
Timely and safe completion on all projects.
Josh Wettlaufer and 3 employees, began EnviroBore Ltd. in September 2010.
“We started out in a friend’s field parking lot with a pick-up truck, two semis, a water truck and a Ditch Witch JT100 drill,”
– Josh Wettlaufer.
The 4 man team travelled from one corner of the province to another.
In July 2011, things took off when EnviroBore landed a contract with Willbros Canada on the Surmont ll Project. The work done by EnviroBore on this project lasted from July 2011 into 2014.
During that time, EnviroBore continued to grow. Adding more projects, experience, employees, equipment and moving into our office and shop in 2013, where we continue to call home.
Since the beginning, EnviroBore Ltd has grown from 4 men and one drill to a thriving company with senior management, a substantial fleet and equipment, an office team, shop employees and field crews.
EnviroBore Owner Takes Pride in Every Project
In the winter of 2014, EnviroBore tackled working in the Arctic Circle on the Mackenzie Valley Fibre Link project in the Northwest Territories for the Northern Lights Fibre Consortium. Ledcor Developments Ltd. and Northwestel Inc. lead the consortium. The project involved the installation of a high-speed fibre-optic link connecting communities in the Mackenzie Valley and in the Beaufort Delta area to a fibre grid in southern Canada.
In 2014, after graduating from Fleming College in Ontario with a Resource Drilling and Blasting Diploma, Zach Bauman headed out west to join the EnviroBore drilling team.
KEEPING WESTERN CANADA GREEN
EnviroBore is excited about the upcoming fall season. With the oil & gas industry building momentum, our team is looking forward to working on the Kinder Morgan Pipeline Project.