A general contractor had a project inside of a Verizon Office where he needed to install Fios lines and push them through two 7 inch core holes within the building. It was essential, while core drilling the concrete, not to compromise any conduits or utilities within or beneath the slab. Prior to beginning the core
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems (GPRS) Inc. was contacted to locate underground utilities by a construction company that is completing an overhaul of the communications and power stations around the Pittsburgh International Airport. An urgent request was made by the contractor to have a same day underground utility locate done, and with over 150 GPRS technicians
The GPRS East Tennessee office was subcontracted by an engineering firm out of Knoxville, TN to scan the University of Tennessee Strength & Conditioning gym in Knoxville, TN at their indoor sports complex facility. The firm was interested taking soil samples for analysis to determine if the subsurface could support additional weight for an expansion
We received a call today from a new customer who had recently hired one of our competitors to scan for his plumbing penetrations. He was concerned with the output of the first scan and wanted a second opinion, because some of the markings didn’t seem to add up. We told him we would provide a
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems of Kansas City was called to locate any underground utilities at a site in Independence, MO. The client was going to be trenching in new power and was concerned about striking existing utilities. The technician was able to locate multiple utilities that could’ve been struck while trenching. Thanks to GPRS the
A major Petro Chemical plant in La Porte, TX contacted GPRS about performing a GPR scan to search for sub surface voids during their turnover of the existing water cooling tower. The client had been concerned about sub surface wash out as they were installing additional concrete piers to support the new water tower installation.
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, Inc. (GPRS) was contacted by a well-known general contractor based in Hawaii, as well as many of the US territories, to locate the structural steel in four concrete pillars. These pillars were designed to hold a large tower that housed a light that when lined up with another lighted tower on