Ground Penetrating Radar Systems was contacted by a company that raises concrete slabs which have sunk into the grade beneath. This company needed to know where the voids below the concrete that are causing it to sink were located in order to target the most affected areas. GPRS was on site in Wyoming
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems of Virginia was utilized to detect underground utilities in Richmond, VA. A plumbing company requested assistance in locating remaining private utilities on site at a large department store prior to repairing a water main break. They called Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, Inc. to locate it. GPRS Project Manager Josiah Donaldson verified
In March of 2015, Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, Inc. (GPRS) was contacted by an energy company in Ruskin, FL to locate utilities, a main water line, and any other anomalies before trenching to install new water lines. The company needed to be sure of where these anomalies were running to avoid hitting any of them.
Prior to saw cutting, core drilling or anchoring into a concrete structure, it’s important to have as much information as possible to what lies below the surface. We take out the guesswork by utilizing the proper GPR technology. A general contractor had a project outside a cooling tower in East China, Michigan where they needed
A local electrical contractor working on modifications on a local hospital property in Georgetown, SC recently contacted GPRS to help locate utilities and assist with the detection and removal of an underground storage tank using GPR. Grid scans with the 400 MHz ground penetrating radar antenna were performed to ensure and locate the main electrical
Ft. Bliss is growing daily, and the new Veterans Hospital is going up on the east side of El Paso, TX. Army Combat Veteran and new Project Manager of GPRS of El Paso, Joseph Granados, takes great pride in being able to contribute to this project using the latest in GPR technology. GPRS was recently
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, Inc. was contacted by a large engineering firm to locate and map out underground utilities prior to conducting soil borings. Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, Inc. used a 400 MHz GPR antenna to perform the survey. The findings were marked directly on the surface with spray paint which gave the contractor the