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Trenchless Services in Nova Scotia and Surrounding Areas

Underground pipework has come a long way in the past two decades. If you are looking for a company that has kept up with technology, J R Eisener Contracting is the name you can count on. Based in Fall River, we offer trenchless services across Nova Scotia and the Atlantic provinces. Our services include:

 Horizontal Directional Drilling

We provide horizontal directional drilling to lay pipelines of any size and material below the ground surface. This method is feasible for roads and river crossings because open-cut installations are not an option.

 Pipe Ramming

Also known as pipe jacking, pipe ramming is a trenchless method for installing steel pipes and casings. This method is ideal for installations under railway lines and roads where other methods could cause heaving (subsidence).

 Pipe Bursting

Trenchless pipe bursting is ideal to replace buried pipelines such as water, sewer or natural gas pipes. This method is also ideal for expanding your existing pipeline. What’s more? You do not need a traditional construction trench.

 Auger Boring

In certain sites, settlement is an issue. We offer trenchless auger boring where the rotating augers remove the excavated soil while simultaneously jacking the case pipe. To begin with, we will carry out a detailed inspection of the soil condition and take a look at the geotechnical report before beginning work.

 HDPE Pipe Fusing

HDPE pipes are commonly used for water and gas pipe installation in soft ground. These pipes are known to be flexible, resistant to damage and prevent leaks. For pipework that is known for its durability, choose HDPE pipes with trenchless technology.


To schedule a visit or for more information on our services, contact us now.

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General Information

J R Eisener Contracting Limited

35 Perrin Dr

Fall River, NS B2T 1J6




Monday – Friday: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Service Area

 Nova Scotia
 Atlantic provinces


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