Falcon Drilling Ltd.

3549 Opie Crescent,
Prince George,  B.C.
V2N-1B8, Canada
Tel 001-250-564-7786
Email: office@falcon-drilling.com

Global experience in diamond drilling.

Falcon Drilling Ltd. - Canada

British Columbia, Canada is the location of the original Falcon Drilling office, established by Grant and Gary Paulson in 1986.  From this location drilling operations have been carried out throughout Canada and worldwide using a large variety of custom designed equipment.  At inception the company was involved in such notable projects as the "Snip", "Eskay" and "Bronson Creek".  Falcon Drilling rapidly developed a reputation for successfully tackling jobs that no one else would undertake.  Since then we have successfully weathered the periodic difficult times in the mining industry due to our commitment to "in house" innovation and superior service delivery.   The Canadian office also serves as the primary location of our drill design and manufacturing.
From it's beginnings in Prince George Falcon Drilling has now become a global company with many drilling operations completed or underway in Africa, Asia, the Pacific region, South, Central, North America and Mexico

The reputation and high regard in which the company is held is a tribute to all employees and has enabled the attraction and retention of highly experienced management and field operation personnel.

The "Pins" on the map below indicate a few of the many drilling projects that we have carried out throughout Canada.


The F1000 was purposely designed and built by Falcon Drilling for use at remote drilling sites accessible only by helicopter.  It can be quickly taken apart and moved by helicopter from one site to another.  This minimizes the environmental... more

F1000 helicopter portable drill during drilling operations in Alaska.

Larger than the F1000, the F3000 is generally supplied as a skid mounted drill but is also provided as a fly drill assembly which is easily disassembled and moved with a helicopter from one site to another.  Again, the design focus was based upon... more

Burkina Faso F3000 arriving on site prior to setup and drilling.

The F6000 was designed and built for Falcon Drilling for deep hole exploration.  The drill is equipped with a 10 foot stoke for maximum productivity and core recovery.  The F6000 is mounted on tracks which allow it to move quickly from site to... more

F6000 on site in Nevada.
Rough Terrain Drill

These agile, portable drill rigs and support vehicles are ideally designed for remote access and have very little impact on the environment.  This mobile drill rig is completely self-propelled and moves on its own utilizing the two all-terrain... more

Rough Terrain mobile drill.
Supply Pumps

We have several models and sizes of water supply pumps, giving us the ability to pump long distances with maximum lift capacity.
All of our pumps are mounted on steel frames and positioned within containment trays for environmental... more

Support Equipment

The equipment listed in this section represents a cross section of that available at specific locations.  The operators that we provide are trained and certified to operate these machines.  For particular equipment requirements at the site of... more

D6 making pad access roads in B.C.
We undertake to preserve this for the future.

Health and Safety Objective.

All of Falcon Drilling’s operations are governed by our corporate Health, Safety and Environmental (HS&E) program and policy manuals. Our health and safety goal is to eliminate work related accidents, injuries and illness, and promote health and safety in every client related task. Our HS& E program includes inspections to identify and eliminate unsafe working conditions or practices and control health hazards. Falcon Drilling also promotes a Safety Incentive program encouraging the active participation of all employees.


There are many instances where local conditions warrant site specific safety requirements e.g. high temperature working conditions, wildlife considerations, extreme cold, low water availability. These specific conditions are controlled through management supervision, pre-job site hazard assessments and safe work practices implemented to minimize hazards.


Regional safety training courses are conducted to ensure employees use safe working practices and are aware of the risks and mitigation measures applicable to regional conditions. Qualified instructors conduct our training programs.


Falcon Drilling adheres to all local environmental requirements. We ensure these requirements are met to the highest standard through the development of environmental work plans which follow the four principles our environmental management program “Prevention, Compliance, Conservation and Restoration”.


An aerial view of the Richfield project in B.C.

Safety and Environmental.

Remediated drill site using old downed timber as nursery material.
New growth emerging after drill site remediation.
Personnel Safety training class in progress in Prince George.

Drill Equipment and Field Operations.

An F3000 in operation on the Richfield site in B.C.
Winterized maintenance and storage at the Richfield project, B.C.