Excavation & Directional Boring Division
ALL PRO Excavation & Directional Boring Division offers multiple excavating and boring services to customers throughout the Central and Southern United States. Our services span private, state, and federal government projects. We are fully insured and bondable to six million. Bonding is provided by CNA Surety.

We employ full-time boring crews in order to meet our customers’ needs. The supervisors of our crews have a combined experience in the boring field of 35+ years. This experience, along with our diverse workforce and our access to quality sub-contractors, allows our projects to be ran efficiently and smoothly, whether the project is a 20 mile mainline phone installation, an 80' x 20" metal sleeved road bore, or installation of multiple feet of plowed cable.

The ALL PRO Excavation & Directional Boring Division strives to be the best by following our core goals, which are as follows:
  • Following all safety standards which pertain to each project.
  • Completing all projects in a timely and efficient manner.
  • Finishing all projects within the customer's budget.
We maintain three directional boring machines, multiple mudvacs, trenchers, and small support equipment.

ALL PRO Excavation offers directional boring and excavating services to the following customers:

  • Electric Cooperatives
  • Telephone & Cable TV Companies
  • Government & Military Facilities
  • Hospitals & Schools
  • Commercial & Industrial
  • Hospitality Businesses
  • HVAC Contractors

Some of our services include:

  • Directional Boring
    • Standard bores from 2 inches to 18 inches in diameter
    • Bores up to 24 inches
  • Trenching
    • Starting at 8 inches wide
    • Ending at 5 feet deep
  • Excavating
    • Up to 10 feet deep
  • Mud Vacuuming / Potholing

ALL PRO Excavation and Directional Boring division wants every employee and surrounding trades to go home safe each day. Here are a few key components of a safe directional boring excavation project:

  1. Correct shoring or stair stepping
  2. High visibility shirts / vests
  3. Caution fencing and opening protection
  4. Steel toed boots
  5. Hard hats
  6. Communication