Excavation & Boring

From the sill plate down - we do that too


Bellamy Construction handles jobs of all sizes – big, medium, or small we do it all. Over the past 40 years of business we have successfully completed large scale civil engineering construction projects, for municipalities and private entities alike, again, on time, and within budget. Commercial:

  • Concrete
  • Foundations
  • Hauling
  • Septic/Sewer Systems
  • Water Lines
  • All Site Work

Horizontal Directional Drilling

don’t tear it up. go under it.

Ask how: (518) 214-4082
Our directional drilling division has provided trenchless solutions since the technology was introduced in the 1990s, residential, commercial, and civil. Our highly skilled team of horizontal directional drilling and boring specialists are experts in providing solutions for underground installation and repair of pipelines and cables with minimal excavation. With more than 100 years of combined on-site experience, industry leading equipment, and continuous education on drilling and excavation techniques, Bellamy Construction’s Trenchless Technology division has a proven track record of helping general contractors, municipalities, utility companies, and homeowners. Our methods are cost-effective, even in the most challenging circumstances, anywhere in the Northeast.

What it is

A no-dig technology that allows us to make trenchless installations of underground utility lines or to replace existing ones without large-scale excavation. The most popular applications include pipe for natural gas or water lines & services, and duct and conduit for telecomunications and power cables.

Who uses it

Contractors. Utility Companies. Public Works Departments. They are all turning to horizontal directional drilling (HDD) as their preferred method of installation or replacement. Reasons include cost-effectiveness, minimization of surface damage, low disruption to traffic or other activities, and environmental friendliness.

Where it’s used

Almost anywhere that surface conditions make it harder and more expensive to operate traditional trenching machinery like backhoes or excavators. This includes tunneling under streets and buildings, under landscaped areas and rivers, or under parking lots and highways among so many other applications.