Traditional auger drilling technology has been used for decades to install pipes under roads and railways by means of hydraulic press cylinders and auger drills. For several years now, these drilling operations can also be carried out in a controlled manner, whereby a pilot is drilled first. The position is determined by means of a laser. With an auger drilling, a press tub is necessary to place the machine at the desired mounting level and a (small) receiving tub for receiving the bore on the receiving side. Auger drilling is normally performed above groundwater level. If groundwater is present, the groundwater level can be temporarily lowered or a so-called water seal can be applied.