Dunwich Borers was a pre-War company that owned the Dunwich building in Washington, D.C.. They made rock-tunneling drills. The company itself was destroyed in the Great War.
The name of the company is a pun on The Dunwich Horror, a short story written by H.P. Lovecraft in 1928.
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According to cut dialogue from the original version of the Point Lookout quest The Dark Heart of Blackhall, the company was owned by Richard Dunwich, the brother of Constance Blackhall. The dialogue also mentions both Dunwich and Blackhall's shared "obsession with the occult", hinting that the presence of the obelisk underneath the building was not unintentional.
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Dunwich Borers LLC is mentioned only in Fallout 3.