Following the massive Thomas fire, more than 50 feet of debris and sediment were trapped by heavy rains in the basin and needed to be removed before another impending storm. Coordinated by the Santa Barbara County Flood Control District, in partnership with the Army Corps of Engineers, ABD assisted in the emergency effort by unclogging an obstructed 48” sewer drain and allowing water to discharge downstream. This dried out the basin and made it possible to remove debris, effectively protecting the city of Carpinteria from flooding, mudslides, and other catastrophic debris.
|Business Line:||Directional Drilling|
|Performed By:||Accu-Bore Directional (ABD), a Charge company|