Bee Right There Anchor Services installs helical anchors for Oilfield Operators, Company Men and Contractors to anchor equipment and piping. Additionally, our crews conduct Anchor Testing to ensure proper installation for safe operations.

For Commerical Contractors, Bee Right There Anchor Services installs helical piles and piers per direction from Structural and Geotechnical Engineers to provide foundation support for projects where specified.

When Helical Piles and Piers are specified in Residential projects, Bee Right There Anchor Services works with home builders for community developments and individual homeowners to install foundation support as specified by Engineers of Record.

About Us


Experienced Professionals Team Up

Leveraging more than 70 years of experience in industrial, commercial and residential construction, the senior managers of Bee Right There seek to provide added value for each client on every project. Applying the safety practices of Industrial projects, the personal engagement of residential projects and professionalism of commercial projects, each client receives the highest level of service, regardless of the size of the project. 


Veteran Owned and Operated

U.S. Air Force Veteran, Staff Sergeant Michael Murphy serves as the Chief Executive Officer, providing mission support with the discipline, resolve and intensity that he learned as a Security Forces Combat Arms Instructor.  

Following his military career, Michael served as a Project Engineer, Project Manager and Engineering Manager for a leading General Contractor, in Commercial, Industrial, Healthcare and Government projects. After receiving his MBA from Rice University, Michael established Bee Right There in 2013 and later joined the Texas State Guard as a Commissioned Officer to continue to serve his community.

Marine Veteran, Major Jack Ledford serves as the Chief Operations Officer, a capacity in which he leads field operations with the discipline, leadership and situational awareness that he mastered as an F-18 Top Gun Pilot. 

Following his military career, Jack served as a Project Manager, Operations Manager and Controller for one of the nation's leading Industrial Contractors, he also served as CEO for an Oil and Gas contractor serving the greater Houston area, West Texas, and Louisiana. After earning his MBA from Rice University Jack joined the Bee Right There team as an Owner and oversees all field operations. 


Company-owned Equipment

Our crews are able to dispatch at a moment's notice using company-owned equipment. Our trucks and pull testing hardware is maintained, calibrated and ready for deployment. With in-house inventory of single, double and triple-blade anchors, our crews are equipped to respond to urgent needs, whether the site be related to oilfield operations, a commercial job site or a residential lot. 



Oil and Gas Exploration crews generally use the term "Anchor" to describe the hardware we install (steel shaft with pitched helical plates); this application is intended to resist uplift/tension forces that would otherwise overturn vertical structures or allow uncontrolled release of product in high pressure piping. Our helical anchors are installed and tested to ensure compliance with engineering directives and promote personal safety of the work environment. We leave each site in a safer condition than when we first arrived. 


In commercial and residential construction, the term helical "piles" is generally used interchangeably with helical piers, screw piles, and helical anchors. Whether used for new construction, underpin existing structural foundations or level structures that may have shifted/settled, the helical piles we furnish and install are part of the engineered deep foundation system to carry sufficient tension and compression loads


While Anchor Piles and Piers are often used interchangeably, Piers typically involve concrete or masonry in addition to helical anchors as part of the foundation of a structure. In Residential construction, the helical pier would be installed with an accessory at a specified height to allow tie in of the reinforced steel bar grid (rebar), providing strength for compression and tension loads.