Bo McGee from GPRS Ohio region was called out to a plant to locate a sewer line in need of repair prior to the customer excavating. Here are the comments from the customer on the project along with the before and after pictures. “You not only found the “mystery” location of the sewer piping, but
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems’ Little Rock, AR office worked with a company to locate utilities prior to excavation at a truck fueling facility. GPRS marked location and depth of vital fuel lines and other utilities. GPRS uses non-destructive testing equipment to locate utilities, piping, power-lines, underground storage tanks, and grave sites that are unable to
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems (GPRS) of the Houston, TX office was called by The City of Oak Ridge North to locate a buried car. The city buried the car 30 years ago as a time capsule with personal items from the community inside. Mitch Halquist and Nate Loyola, technicians on site, used EMI (Electromagnetic Induction)
This scan was performed in the parking lot of a former manufacturing facility in Mequon, WI. A suspected underground storage tank was thought to remain on site and needed to be located as part of an environmental study. David Hagenmayer, with Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, Inc., was called out search the area using a GPR system. After a short
The Richmond office of Ground Penetrating Radar Systems was recently called by a general contractor from Maryland to Meadowbrook High School in Chesterfield, VA. The scope of work was to locate the underground utilities surrounding a transformer so that the contractor could safely dig a new foundation to install new bleachers on the football field.
A general contractor needed to saw cut the slab of a pool deck in Palm Beach, FL. The concrete area that needed to be scanned / x-rayed, using ground penetrating radar, was a pre-existing concrete slab and was known to have conduit in the slab. Thus they contacted the concrete specialists in conduit locating, Matt Rankin of GPRS. This
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems’ Raleigh, North Carolina office was able to work with the USGA at Pinehurst to clear utilities in areas where drilling and digging would occur prior to the US Open. GPRS uses Non-Destructive testing equipment to locate piping, power-lines, underground storage tanks, and conduit that is unable to be seen. Using GPR