GPRS locates Underground Storage Tanks

At a residential property located in Scranton, Pennsylvania, a realtor and their client contacted GPRS to conduct ground penetrating radar scans of a property to locate a possible Underground Storage Tank (UST). The realtor’s client was told the UST had been removed but wanted to conduct an investigation to be sure. GPRS was able to perform the scans in a timely manner and detect the UST which was marked on the surface in colored marking paint for further investigation.

For more information or a quote about a job in Philadelphia, Allentown, Southern New Jersey, and Delaware contact Paul.Kulesza@GPRSinc.com, or call (609)350-9651, and visit our website at www.GPRSinc.com

GPRS locates Underground Storage Tanks

GPRS Used to Help Environmental Company Miss Private Utilities

A General Contractor had a project in Wakefield, MA in the parking lot of an automobile dealership. The scope of the project was to locate private underground utilities prior to the drilling of several environmental soil borings and also locate a suspected buried Underground Storage Tank (UST) or the excavation pit. The General Contractor decided to contact Ground Penetrating Radar Systems of Massachusetts after learning that they have been in business since 2001 and each technician has the experience of performing over 350 surveys per year. GPRS was able to complete the investigation the next day and allowed the project to proceed without hitting a single utility line. The field technician was also able to verify through GPR that no UST remained in place. Through the use of real time applications and an experienced technician GPRS was able to locate all of the utilities, and give the client the safest and most ideal locations to trench.

At the job site, GPRS scanned the designated area(s) of an asphalt parking lot per a provided site map. All soil boring locations were pre-cleared of utilities and marked in a safe location. The General Contractor now had the information needed to proceed with the project without causing any delay in business. The General Contractor was enamored with the quality of work that was performed and the timely, efficient manner in which it was done.

Before saw cutting, trenching, or coring in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Vermont, Maine & New Hampshire, contact Project Manager of GPRS, Peter Kessinger, at 603.703-.6007 or Peter.Kessinger@gp-radar.com. You can also visit us on the web at www.gp-radar.com.

GPRS Used to Help Environmental Company Miss Private Utilities

Locating Live Conduits at Educational Hospital

Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, Inc. – GPRS – of Northern New Jersey was contacted by a general contractor to locate all pipes and live conduits within and under a slab on grade in order to install a new sanitary line within an educational hospital. The general contractor was planning on saw cutting the slab and digging down 3 feet in order to install a new sanitary line. To ensure safe cutting and digging the client requested all pipes and conduits within 3’ to be located. The entire trenching area was scanned and any obstruction was located and marked out in real time. Multiple live conduits were located both embedded in the slab and under the slab within the trenching area. The contractor was able to cut shortly after the scanning completed and the collaborative efforts and real time results helped keep the job on schedule.

Ground Penetrating Radar is a great tool to scan areas for rebar, post tension cables, and conduits, including PVC pipes and can also be used to locate underground utilities prior to digging, excavating, or drilling. Please contact Ground Penetrating Radar Systems – GPRS to learn how we can assist with your project in Newark and surrounding areas such as East Orange, Orange, West Orange, Kearny, Jersey City, Elizabeth, Union, Irvington, Springfield, Millburn, Livingston, Secaucus, Union City, Hoboken, Bayonne and many more. Please contact Joe Bernarducci at 848-223-5084 or Joe.Bernarducci@gp-radar.com to learn more about ground penetrating radar and how GPRS can assist in your projects.

Newark

Photo of GPR findings following GPR scan. In the North Jersey/ Tri-state area GPRS is usually able to get a project manager out to your site to complete the necessary GPR scans within 24-48 hours depending on time of the year. To schedule service or obtain a quote, please contact Joe Bernarducci at 848.223.5084, or Joe.Bernarducci@gprsinc.com or visit www.gprsinc.com.

GPRS Locates Conduits – Wilmington, DE

GPRS Locates Conduits in Wilmington, DE

At an Experimental Station located in Wilmington, Delaware a contractor had contacted GPRS to locate and mark any conduits located within the elevated slab with ground penetrating radar. The purpose of the markout was to identify any conduits in order to ensure the safety for his crew when coring. GPRS was able to detect a beam located below the elevated slab that was directly in line with the contractor’s coring locations. The steel beams were marked in blue painters tape and the contractor relocated his cores based upon the findings.

For more information or a quote about a job in Allentown, Scranton, Philadelphia, New Jersey, and Delaware, contact Paul.Kulesza@GP-Radar.com, or call (609)-350-9651, and visit our website at www.gprsinc.com.

GPR Scan Performed to Locate Utilities in Paramus, NJ

Ground Penetrating Radar Scan performed to locate live conduits in Newark, New JerseyGround Penetrating Radar Systems, Inc. – GPRS – of Northern New Jersey was contacted by a general contractor to locate all pipes and live conduits within and under a slab on grade in order to install a new sanitary line within an educational hospital.  The general contractor was planning on saw cutting the slab and digging down 3 feet in order to install a new sanitary line.  To ensure safe cutting and digging the client requested all pipes and conduits within 3’ to be located.  The entire trenching area was scanned and any obstruction was located and marked out in real time.  Multiple live conduits were located both embedded in the slab and under the slab within the trenching area.  The contractor was able to cut shortly after the scanning completed and the collaborative efforts and real time results helped keep the job on schedule.

Ground Penetrating Radar is a great tool to scan areas for rebar, post tension cables, and conduits, including PVC pipes and can also be used to locate underground utilities prior to digging, excavating, or drilling.  Please contact Ground Penetrating Radar Systems – GPRS to learn how we can assist with your project in Newark and surrounding areas such as East Orange, Orange, West Orange, Kearny, Jersey City, Elizabeth, Union, Irvington, Springfield, Millburn, Livingston, Secaucus, Union City, Hoboken, Bayonne and many more.  Please contact Joe Bernarducci at 848-223-5084 or Joe.Bernarducci@gprsinc.com to learn more about ground penetrating radar and how GPRS can assist in your projects.

Photo of GPR findings following GPR scan.  In the North Jersey/ Tri-state area GPRS is usually able to get a project manager out to your site to complete the necessary GPR scans within 24-48 hours depending on time of the year.  To schedule service or obtain a quote, please contact Joe Bernarducci at 848.223.5084, or Joe.Bernarducci@gprsinc.com or visit www.gprsinc.com.

GPR Scan Performed to Locate Live Conduits in Newark, NJ

Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, Inc. – GPRS – of Northern New Jersey was contacted by a general contractor to locate all pipes and live conduits within and under a slab on grade in order to install a new sanitary line within an educational hospital.  The general contractor was planning on saw cutting the slab and digging down 3 feet in order to install a new sanitary line.  To ensure safe cutting and digging, the client requested all pipes and conduits within 3’ to be located.  The entire trenching area was scanned and any obstruction was located and marked out in real time.  Multiple live conduits were located both embedded in the slab and under the slab within the trenching area.  The contractor was able to cut shortly after the scanning was completed and the collaborative efforts and real time results helped keep the job on schedule.

GPR Scan Performed to Locate Live Conduits in Newark, NJGround Penetrating Radar is a great tool to scan areas for rebar, post tension cables, and conduits, including PVC pipes and can also be used to locate underground utilities prior to digging, excavating, or drilling.  Please contact Ground Penetrating Radar Systems – GPRS – to learn how we can assist with your project in Newark and surrounding areas such as East Orange, Orange, West Orange, Kearny, Jersey City, Elizabeth, Union, Irvington, Springfield, Millburn, Livingston, Secaucus, Union City, Hoboken, Bayonne and many more.  Please contact Joe Bernarducci at 848-223-5084 or Joe.Bernarducci@gprsinc.com to learn more about ground penetrating radar and how GPRS can assist in your projects.

Photo of GPR findings following GPR scan.  In the North Jersey/Tri-state area GPRS is usually able to get a project manager out to your site to complete the necessary GPR scans within 24-48 hours depending on time of the year.  To schedule service or obtain a quote, please contact Joe Bernarducci at 848.223.5084, or Joe.Bernarducci@gprsinc.com or visit www.gprsinc.com.

GPRS Does Utility Mark-Out at Jersey Shore

At an apartment complex located on the Jersey Shore, a contractor contacted GPRS to locate and mark on the surface all possible utilities on the property. The purpose of the utility mark-out was to identify all possible gas lines, water lines, communication lines and live electric. The contractor wanted to avoid all of these obstacles, in order to ensure the safety for his crew when excavating. GPRS was clearly able to identify all subsurface utilities within the property by accurately using ground penetrating radar, which is a safe and effective method for locating utilities subsurface.

For more information or a quote about a job in Philadelphia, New Jersey, and Delaware, contact Paul.Kulesza@GP-Radar.com, or call (609)-350-9651, and visit our website at www.gp-radar.com

GPRS Does Utility Mark Out at Jersey Shore

GPRS Supports History by Locating Urns and Unmarked Graves

Virginia contains many cemeteries, historic, and memorial sites. The changing landscape can erase the knowledge of what lies below the surface.  A client called in GPRS to identify unmarked graves throughout their property. GPRS was also able to locate the requested areas for urns in the cemetery as well.  GPRS can identify the depth and location of these areas, which have the potential of containing those at rest. We are able to identify potential plots in a safe, effective, and timely manner with no disturbance to the areas in question. This service is possible with the GSSI ground penetrating radar technology utilized by knowledgeable and experienced technicians. Site sensitivity and customer satisfaction are key components to GPRS cemetery operations. We aim to provide satisfactory collaborative experiences and also provide data explanation and reporting as well as GPS mapping, CAD, and image overlays to assist in the needs for any project.  Ground Penetrating Radar Systems of Virginia work diligently to provide quality expectations of what lies beneath the surface.

If you need a quote for cemetery mapping and investigation in Virginia, or the Arlington, Alexandria, DC, Southern and/or Northern Virginia areas please contact Stephen Yant at 703-851-3853 or at Stephen.Yant@GP-Radar.com.

Winchester, VA

GPRS locates post tension cables in Washington D.C.

WashingtonDCA contractor investigating the structural components of a post tension building in Washington DC contacted Ground Penetrating Radar Systems of DC for concrete scanning. The contractor hoped to find valuable information about the reinforcing and post tension cables of the building before core drilling for anchors on the slab edge. GPRS was able to mark the depths of the reinforcing and cables accurately. GPRS scanning assists contractors by reducing the likelihood of subsurface obstruction strikes during drilling, cutting, trenching, anchoring and other sub-surface applications. Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, using GSSI Sir-3000 technology, located the critical post tension cables in the slab which allowed contractors to avoid a possible cable strike. GPRS has used different GSSI antennas to accommodate for ceiling work or even work in tight spaces giving clients data up to 1” close to walls or objects.  Information was given in real time, giving the contractor quick results with a safe place to drill in each location. This was all done in a safe, time efficient, non-destructive way.

If your company needs reinforcing or post tension mapping in the Northern Virginia, Washington D.C. Arlington, Alexandria or surrounding areas with fast response times and easy scheduling, please contact Stephen Yant at 703-851-3853 or at Stephen.Yant@GP-Radar.com.