Mapping Utilities on a Large Campus near Colorado Springs

Ground Penetrating Radar Systems of Colorado Springs, Colorado was contacted to locate and map utilities on a large campus in the Colorado Springs area.  Project Manager Shawn Selmeski was assigned the project.  The local company had no prior mapping of utilities on their campus. Both private and public utilities were mapped for the company’s records, as well as planned future construction projects.   Project Manager Shawn Selmeski recorded all utilities through a process of direct marks on the surface, then tracking those utilities with GPS for a CAD file which was delivered to the customer. Our CAD files are used for current records and to utilize in future plans.

All GPRS technicians go through extensive training to ensure that the deliverable that the customer receives is well laid out, easy to understand, and valuable.  Now that this area has been investigated, the construction company can begin excavation with a greater grasp on what is underground.
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GPRS specializes in providing ground penetrating radar services to both commercial and residential clients. We are the best at what we do because that’s all we do. Our technicians are trained and experienced in using all of our high-tech equipment. Each Technician averages approximately 220 jobs per year. All field personnel complete the OSHA 10-hour construction safety course to ensure all of our work spaces meet safety requirements.  Project Manager Shawn Selmeski has worked some of the highest profile jobs in the Colorado Springs area, consisting of:

Great Wolf Lodge Renovations
Memorial Hospital Hybrid OR
Tesla Charging Station installations
University of Colorado Pueblo Library addition
Walmart Distribution Renovation
US Air Force Academy Stadium Renovation
Keysight Energy power upgrade

Project Manager Shawn Selmeski can be reached at 719-648-6689 or by email at Shawn.Selmeski@gp-radar.com  to assist in your project. Please feel free to reach out with any and all questions.

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