On March 24, 2014 2014 Ground Penetrating Radar Systems (GPRS) was requested on site at the Charlotte Douglas Airport in Charlotte, NC to perform a Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) survey. The purpose of this survey was to determine the spacing of the rebar in vertical columns before anchoring into the side of the columns. All
On March 4th, 2014 Ground Penetrating Radar Systems (GPRS) was requested on site at the Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, NC to perform a Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) survey. The purpose of this survey was to determine the location/spacing of rebar, but also to locate pre-stressed cables before anchoring into the walls to help
Wade Vickers What city of cities have you worked in for GPRS? I perform work and oversee Oklahoma City & Tulsa:OK. Fort Smith & Fayetteville:AR. Amarillo: TX. I have also performed work in Houston, Dallas/Fort Worth, Lubbock: TX, Los Angeles: CA, Phoenix: AZ, Detroit: MI and Toledo: OH. How long have you been with GPRS?
Nick Janney What city of cities have you worked in for GPRS? Cleveland, OH / Akron How long have you been with GPRS? 3 years What person accomplishments are you proud of achieving at GPRS? Growth year over year and adding a new tech to the Cleveland market 1st quarter this year Tell us about your
Working in conjunction with a UST removal firm a GPR scan was performed at a local area high school to locate utilities and the two dimensional foot print of the underground storage tank. Ground Penetrating Radar Systems (GPRS) was to locate and mark utilities and anomalies that were in the way of the removal process.
Recently GPRS of Michigan mobilized and performed GPRS services at a Kroger store to scan for sub surface utilities while excavations and construction was being performed. The contractor was concerned about a possible electrical primary that was located outside the building where the construction was being done. With a addition being built and concrete footings
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, Inc. of Denver, CO was contacted to locate buried utilities in Wyoming. They needed ground penetrating radar and Radio Detection to locate buried utilities prior to excavating trenches for new gas lines. GPRS went out to scan and locate buried utilities using all methods available. GPRS used a GSSI 400 MHz