Drilled Pier Foundations

Drilled pier foundation services for all your power and transportation 
project needs


Turnkey foundations in all subsurface conditions 

Ready for any Condition

Our teams are skilled at working on tight areas, beneath energized transmission lines, and in challenging soil environments

Flexible Drilling

We’re capable of drilling from 34” in diameter and down to 70-foot depths in all subsurface conditions.

Minimal Environmental Impact

Transparency in greenhouse gas, emissions, fuel consumption, carbon footprint mitigation and machine efficiency tracking


Our Services

Supreme provides drilled pier foundation services for transmission lines (new and re-builds), substations, highway traffic structures & signs, railroad catenary structures, sound barrier walls, security fences, and light towers. Supreme’s team is highly skilled in performing rebar concrete and anchor bolt construction, placement and finishing to the highest standards.


  • Small and large diameter concrete pier foundations 
  • Rebar construction and placement
  • Caisson placement (temporary and permanent)
  • Concrete pouring, forming, and finishing
  • Dewatering and water control
  • Survey
  • Drilling in soil and rock conditions
  • Conventional and pneumatic drilling


  • Specialize in rough terrain and technically challenging projects

  • Adhere to strict safety, environmental or schedule restrictions

  • Produce quality drilled pier foundations adhering to all project, state, and federal specifications

  • Crews often work in tandem, with the drilling crew leading the way, followed by a concrete pouring crew, to maximize efficiency

  • Experienced with working within the proximity of energized power lines, live rail roads, and busy highways.

  • Capable of drilling in all soil and rock conditions. Specialized in successfully drilling the most challenging rock conditions found within the country Location is New England (the north east)

  • Comprehensive fleet of low clearance drill rigs capable of drilling up 10’ in diameter and 70’ deep

  • Comprehensive inventory of state of the start core barrels, augers, and miscellaneous drill tools of all diameters, (ranging between 24” to 120” in diameter)