• Drilling at Grand Island Community College. Well field consisted of 96- 305’ loop holes with an Isco vault and 6” pipe to building.
  • Lincoln Public Schools are converting all their schools to geothermal systems. This project is the LPS Goodrich Elementary in Lincoln Ne . Mid America Drilling installed 240-335’ loop holes (over 15 miles of drilling) for this project.
  • Loop field for a new building for the University of Nebraska Medical Center.
  • One of many residential retrofits by Mid America Drilling.
  • Council Bluffs College Road Elementary installed 132-305’ loops. Hard limestone and chert was encountered from 75’ on. This was one of Mid Americas most challenging drill projects.
  • New Ankeny High School consisted of 720 bores or 28 miles of drilling!
  • Another project for Lincoln Public Schools.
Image of

Geothermal Drilling

Mid America Drilling geothermal division are specialists in the design and installation of geothermal well fields, required for ground source heat pump installations. Since 1979 we have been involved with this technology, one of the fastest growing, energy efficient heating and cooling systems being implemented by public and private sectors . Our company has been involved with many of the high profile geothermal projects touted throughout middle America. From Offutt Air Force base in Bellevue ,NE to Microsoft in Fargo, ND, to a $43,000,000.00 Ankeny, IA High School to a complete HVAC retrofit of Little Rock Air Force Base in Little Rock, Arkansas.

In each of these projects the owners have saved hundreds of thousands of dollars in energy efficiency and eliminated much of their need for nonrenewable fossil fuel. Mid America Drilling are proud to be part of this Green industry.

Fred Henry
Mid America Drilling
(712) 482-6911 office

Recent Geothermal Jobs

Camanche Middle
School and Elementary Schools. 252 bores were drilled at 200 feet

Bryant Elementary in
Kearney, NE. 88 bores were drilled 305 feet.

Fremont, NE Schools
Fremont, NE 5/6 grade building. 180 bores were drilled at 305 feet.

Douglas County Office
building in Omaha, NE. 105 bores were drilled at 255 feet.