An engineer out of Washington, D.C. called Ground Penetrating Radar Systems to locate the rebar within the structure. With the proper training we were able to distinguish between the rebar and conduits prior to drilling. GPRS was able to mark directly on the surface the depth and location of the reinforcing steel in real time.
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems (GPRS) of the Houston, TX office was called by Windstone Partners to locate any obstructive reinforcement in the slab prior to repositioning the plumbing during a custom home remodel. Mitch Halquist, GPRS technician on site, used GPR (Ground Penetrating Radar) 1600 MHz antenna to locate and mark out the reinforcement in
Charlotte, NC – Charlotte Douglas Airport On September 10th, 2014 Ground Penetrating Radar Systems (GPRS) was requested on site to complete a Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) survey. The purpose of this survey was to locate any utilities that may be present prior to trenching for power to new radio antennas on the site property. We
Working with a Construction company at the oil pipeline facility in Stanley, ND on September 12, 2014, a utility locate was performed to locate all pipelines as well as power. Ground Penetrating Radar Systems (GPRS) was there to conduct the utility locate to mark all known pipelines, power, communications lines, drain lines, and other unknowns
Prior to saw cutting a concrete floor for the purpose of trenching to install new utilities, it’s imperative to have as much information as possible as to what is beneath the surface. There are precautionary measures that can be implemented to ensure existing utilities aren’t compromised during the saw cutting process. Ground Penetrating Radar &
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, Inc. – GPRS – of California was contacted by a construction company to locate and mark out rebar and conduit prior to core drilling in 5 different areas in the second floor of the Versace store in Beverly Hills, CA. Due to the client’s work schedule GPRS was asked to perform