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QUIZ: Think You Know HDD? Prove It!

By Krystal Nanan | Last updated: February 4, 2020
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Horizontal direction drilling is a minimal impact trenchless installation and construction method used to install several types of underground structures and infrastructures. Test your HDD knowledge now.

Horizontal direction drilling (HDD) is a minimal impact trenchless installation and construction method used to install several types of underground structures and infrastructures.

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Though this technology was first developed in the early 1960s by Martin Cherrington—a contractor in the construction industry—HDD wasn’t widely recognized until the early 1970s, when the first river crossing was completed.

In this quiz, we'll test your HDD knowledge.

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Written by Krystal Nanan | Civil Engineer

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Krystal is a civil engineer and project manager with an MSc in Construction Engineering and Management. Her experience includes the project management of major infrastructure projects, construction supervision, and the design of various infrastructure elements including roadway, pavement, traffic safety elements and drainage.

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