A general contractor needed to identify the location of a suspected water line; they contacted GPRS to use Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR). John Incorvaia, Project Manager for the St. Louis market was able to locate the suspected water lines with a GSSI 400 MHz antenna and mark the surface clearly for the client. Since the data is displayed in real time, the areas were marked easily, and the team could move forward with their process without worry of injury.
GPR is also used to determine the presence of underground utility lines and underground storage tanks in plants, factories, and other occupied spaces because it does not emit harmful radiation, produces virtually no noise or interference, and will not disturb business operations. It can also be used to determine the presence of obstructions in concrete prior to saw cutting or drilling.
For more information, to request a quote or to schedule your next project contact John Incorvaia at 317-296-1533 or
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, Inc. was recently asked to assist on a project at Mt. Olivet Cemetery in Cohutta, Georgia. GPRS was asked to determine the location of unmarked graves in a family plot in the cemetery. GPR is a great tool for the detection of unmarked graves, as it does not require any excavation to determine the presence of an object beneath the surface. GPR is also used to determine the presence of underground utility lines and underground storage tanks in plants, factories, and other occupied spaces because it does not emit harmful radiation, produces virtually no noise or interference, and will not disturb business operations. It can also be used to determine the presence of obstructions in concrete prior to saw cutting or drilling.
For more information, to request a quote or to schedule your next project, please contact Jeff DeHart in the Atlanta area at 404.593.9227 or by email at email@example.com.
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems of Virginia was utilized to detect the depth of soil on top of ammunition bunkers, at a military installation in VA. Regulations had changed to mandate non-destructive methods to verify soil depths on top of the bunker. They called Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, Inc. to locate GPRS Project Manager Josiah Donaldson verified the depth and location of several areas needing more soil coverage and put together a report that the customer could reference when ordering a work ticket for more soil to be added to the top of the bunkers.
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A client is in the process of upgrading and restoring buildings around the states capitol. They were planning to excavate large areas throughout the campus and needed utilities located and marked. The client reached out to Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, who specializes in underground utility locating. William Johnson, who covers the Charleston, WV area for GPRS, was the technician on site who was able to assist the client with this project. He located the electrical lines, gas, and communication lines in the area. William Johnson is based out of the Charleston office and covers the state. He has worked in many WV cities including Charleston, Parkersburg, Beckley, Fairmont, and Huntington.
For more information, to request a quote or to schedule your next project contact Will Johnson at 304.989.2323 or
In October of 2015, Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, Inc. (GPRS) was contacted by an oil company in order to locate any anomalies such as electrical lines, water lines & transporting lines at their refinery in Tampa, FL. The contractor needed to make certain of where anomalies were in order to move forward with their expansion plans. The company contacted GPRS of Tampa, Florida in order to know where the lines were located in order to avoid the anomalies.
Justin Rasanow of GPRS was contacted in order to perform the survey at this location. Using our 400MHz antenna radar equipment and RD-7000, we were able to map out all of the anomalies which were running through the areas of concern as well as provide depths to the tops of the anomalies found. The contractor was pleased with our results and felt relieved that they could move forward with their expansion planning.
Below is a photo taken on-site which depicts Justin Rasanow scanning the area of concern using our 400MHz antenna.
GPRS was recently contacted by an environmental restoration company that was working on a project at the Air National Guard Base in Oklahoma. Their team was working to prevent possible contamination in the area by boring for soil samples and installing monitoring wells. Before drilling in these areas, the underground utilities needed to be identified and marked so they could be avoided. Ground Penetrating Radar with assistance from a Radio Detection device were used to properly detect the utilities so the team could safely work in these areas. Andy Dermer – GPRS Oklahoma – examined the areas in question and mapped out the obstructions so they could drill with confidence. Since the data is displayed in real time, the areas were marked easily, and the team could move forward with their process without worry of injury.
For underground utility locating in Oklahoma: Oklahoma City, Midwest City, Bethany, Moore, Guthrie, Norman, Stillwater, Enid, Yukon, Shawnee and Edmond areas call 405.439.6787 or email email@example.com
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, Inc. – GPRS – of California was contacted by an electrical company to locate rebar in 9 locations prior to core drilling. We found that the slab was 8” thick and consisted of 2 layers of rebar. We scanned 2 areas in each location to provide piece of mind and options for the contractor to drill in. We used our Palm antenna and to locate all the rebar and used blue tape to mark the findings.
Ground penetrating Radar mapping is a great tool to scan areas of post tension cables, rebar, and conduits, including PVC pipes and can also be used to locate underground utilities prior to digging or excavating. Please contact Ground Penetrating Radar Systems – GPRS to learn how we can assist with your project. To locate rebar, post tension cables, voids, conduits, pipes or utilities in concrete or underground please contact us today. GPRS has offices throughout the entire state of California and performs GPR surveys throughout the entire state, including cities like Ventura, Santa Barbara, Thousand Oaks, Westlake, Malibu, San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles, Irvine, Glendale, San Diego, Riverside, Pasadena, Torrance, Orange, Anaheim, Long Beach, Lancaster, Palmdale, Bakersfield and San Luis Obispo. Please contact Freddy Espinal at 805-729-5877 or firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about ground penetrating radar and how GPRS can assist in your projects.
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, Inc. of Denver, CO was contacted to locate subsurface voids after a crane fell through an unknown cellar. GPRS was required to scan and locate voids prior to setting up another crane to pick up the fallen crane. GPRS mobilized to locate voids with a GSSI 400 MHz. antenna
All findings were marked directly on the surface at the customer’s request for easy interpretation with white paint, whiskers and GPS Coordinates. Ground Penetrating Radar was needed for this job to inform the customer where they can safely place another crane. Ground Penetrating Radar was successful in laying out all areas of concern prior to setting up the crane.
GPRS uses safe and cost effective methods to conduct GPR investigations. GPR is safe to be around while concrete imaging is taking place, emitting no radiation. GPRS can perform concrete imaging investigations on large or small areas to locate PT cables, rebar, UST’s, pipes, conduits and utilities. If you need a similar concrete imaging scan or thermal imaging done on your job site contact Project Manager Kevin Salazar at 720-498-3834 or e-mail at Kevin.Salazar@GP-Radar.com for the surrounding Denver counties such as Arapahoe, Centennial, Adams, Jefferson and Douglas. We also perform GPR investigations in Albuquerque, Kansas City, Omaha, Phoenix and Salt Lake City.