US Builders Review is a nationally recognized trade publication who recently featured Allied Geothermal Well Drilling. The full article is available here.
Written by: Tom Faunce | Produced by: Brandon Bagley
Founded in 1994, Allied Geothermal Well drilling began as a small, local well drilling company in Laurel, Maryland. Since then the company has grown into a full-service geothermal drilling services provider. Services the company provides include casing advancement, concrete coring, limited access drilling, vacuum excavation and SPT split spoon sampling among others. With locations in Maryland and Pennsylvania, Allied has a geographical footprint from North Carolina all the way to New York.
Included in the vast array of services provided by Allied, geotechnical drilling is an aspect that the company is able to offer its clients. The company has environmental and site-work divisions, which eliminates the need for subcontractors. “We self-perform all of our work,” says Adam Santry, president of Allied. “If an engineering firm approaches us with a big project we can do any of the drilling on-site.” The company also provides water well drilling and service.