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Chimo’s Drilling & Excavating Ltd. of Regina
Directional Drilling, Excavating & Location Services
Proudly serving the people of Regina and area for over 20 years
Directional Drilling, Hydrovac & Location Services provide an environmentally safe and cost efficient alternative to serve our clients project needs.
Chimo’s Drilling & Excavating Ltd. serves Regina and a 200 km area around Regina.
We provide directional drilling in services hydrovac services and location service to the oil & gas sectors, landscapers, utilities and anyone who requires the service.
Our clients can expect quality services, competitive pricing and an emphasis on customer excellence and safety.
Directional Drilling Regina
Chimo’s Drilling & Excavating has experience drilling in a variety of soil conditions and substrates such as clay, silt, sand, loam and gravel.
Excavating Services Regina
Almost every construction project starts with excavating service of some sort. From site preparation (leveling and removing earth in layers to be sorted and saved for backfill after the completion of the project) to trenching for utility lines and site drainage.
Regina Hydrovac Services
Hydrovac excavation is a non-destructive method of excavation that uses pressurized water and a powerful vacuum to quickly and safely expose buried pipes and cables. Much safer that using heavy equipment to slowly and carefully inch towards utility lines to remove earth from around them.
Exposing utility lines this way is much quicker and safer and allows projects to be completed on-time and on budget.
Utility Line Locating Services
Locating, identifying and marking hidden utility lines before excavating or drilling is the most important part of any drilling or excavating service. Chimo’s Drilling & Excavating team will identify and mark all lines before performing any work.
The Certificate of Recognition (COR™)
is nationally trademarked and endorsed by participating members of the Canadian Federation of Construction Safety Associations (CFCSA) of which the Infrastructure Health and Safety Association (IHSA) is a member.
It provides employers with an effective tool to assess their health and safety management system.