Transmission and Utility Line Foundation Drilling

From beginning to end, we are there every step of the way

Creating a foundation for your transmission and utility lines is important to keep the lights on across the nation in all kinds of weather. The Tri-State team is the right size to become an extension of your team to provide personal service while meeting big project demands. Using our experience, from 1955 to today, is the difference you need for your company and your customers. No matter what the demands are for the project, it all comes down to quality work.

Capabilities

With our top-of-the-line equipment, we are able to provide many services on many different types of terrains. No matter what we run into – hard rock, high water table foundations, wetlands, swamps, hilly/rough terrains, and limited space in cities – we have the capabilities to get the job done.

  • Direct Embedment Foundations
  • Large Diameter Drilled Pier Foundations
  • Helical Micro-Pile Foundations
  • Guy Anchors Systems
  • Helical Pier Utility Grillage Systems
  • Micro-Pile Utility Grillage Systems
Direct Embedment Foundations
Large Diameter Drilled Pier Foundations
Helical Pier Utility Grillage Systems

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Direct Embedment Foundations

Large Diameter Drilled Pier Foundations

Helical Micro-Pile Foundations

Guy Anchors Systems

Helical Pier Utility Grillage Systems

Micro-Pile Utility Grillage Systems

Safety is more than a priority – it’s a given

Tri-State works to take care of everyone on our team, including daily, on-site safety meetings to keep everyone up to date on guidelines and precautions. We always emphasize the importance of safety protocols at the job site and in the office. View our safety policy statement and promise to learn more.

Featured Project:

Boonville, NY

In the great effort to go green, the governor of New York, Kathy Hochul, green-lit a multi-year project to generate renewable energy sources for the citizens for New York. Named the Smart Path Connect, this multi-phase project is overseen by the New York Power Authority and National Grid in their most accelerated outage schedule ever. They are involving contractors of different specialties providing services to complete an approximately 100 mile transmission corridor. 

Tri-State is proud to help out with this large project and make the air we breathe a little cleaner. After completion, this project will be able to deliver an estimated 1,000 Megawatts of hydroelectric power generated along the St. Lawrence River as well as solar power produced in Northern New York. The result of this project is an estimated decrease of carbon emissions (CO2) by over 1 million tons, annually.

159

Drilled Shafts

530

Direct Embeds

~1M

lbs. of rebar

Featured Project:

Other Projects

Middlesex, New Haven, & Fairfield Counties, CT
Grand Forks, ND
La Crosse to Alma, WI & Rochester to Hampton, MN