GPRS Comprehensive Deliverables

GPRS provides the most comprehensive deliverables in the industry. They are customized to fit a project’s needs, from detailed electronic sketches to full utility mapping with GPS coordinates. These are concise ways to portray locate results. Deliverables are not only important to the current project, they can be permanently kept as records for future use,

Concrete Scanning at the Harrah’s Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City, NJ

Concrete scanning enables visualization of major structural components within concrete. It is used to inspect concrete slabs or columns before coring or drilling in renovations and new construction projects using Ground Penetrating Radar technology (GPR). Trained technicians can locate rebar and post-tension cables within the concrete, accurately detect electrical and communications conduits, locate voids –

Have you Met Eric Spence?

Recruitment Specialist – Tecumseh, MI 1.Where are you from? I was born and raised in Hillsdale, which is located in South Central Michigan. After spending my college years in Grand Rapids, I spent ten years in the Chicagoland area before moving back to Michigan. Today I live just Northwest of Toledo in Tecumseh, Michigan. 2.

What is SIM?

SIM, the Subsurface Investigation Methodology is a guide to using the various types of locating technologies, combined with a proven training approach to achieve a very low investigation error rate. These technologies include the electromagnetic receiver, ground penetrating radar, concrete scanners and video pipe inspection technology. Following a step by step procedure ensures that field

Getting to Know Michael Wheeler

Where are you from? Born and raised in the great state of Georgia.   Tell us about your family. They’re great! I don’t know if “cookie cutter” is the right answer but, well, they are pretty cookie cutter… haha.   What is your favorite part about GPRS? My favorite part of GPRS is the culture.

Concrete Sawing & Drilling Safety Week Success

The first annual Concrete Sawing & Drilling Safety Week in 2020 was a success. Nationally, over 2,100 people took part in learning about safe practices of concrete drilling and saw cutting. Over 65 companies took the challenge and hosted job site meetings. To focus on safety, was a great way to start the new decade.