GPRS of California was contacted by a concrete cutting company to locate underground utilities prior to saw cutting a trench for a new water main. We scanned 10’ on both sides of the proposed trench line and marked all findings with paint. Among the findings was a drain line at 3’ deep and street lighting
GPRS was contacted by a general contractor to locate known and unknown underground utilities within the planned area of construction at a local military installation in Belle Chasse, LA. All utility anomalies that could be located were marked on the surface with their approximate depth and direction as well as color coded to reflect the
GPRS of Nashville, TN recently worked with a local sign company to identify metal reinforcement in concrete columns prior to installation of brackets for the new Nissan Stadium sign. Multiple columns were accessed, and the precise location of rebar was marked so anchors would not impact rebar and weaken the columns. GPRS uses non-destructive testing
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems Project Manager, Joseph R. Granados of El Paso Texas was contacted recently to clear a lot in NE El Paso. The company completing the construction refused to believe that Joseph was claiming the pipe they were locating was metal to PVC pipe. The contractors chuckled and sent Joseph on his way.
GPRS of Denver, CO was contacted by a contractor to confirm the existence of reinforcing steel in a concrete foundation in the Emu pen at a local zoo in Colorado Springs, CO. The customer needed to confirm the concrete foundation included reinforcing steel when it was poured. GPRS, Inc. arrived on site to perform digital
Core drilling numerous holes on an elevated slab can be a difficult challenge due to the fact that you are not able to see where existing structures are below the elevated slab or any utilities that are embedded in the concrete itself. Ground penetrating radar can be used to provide the answers to these questions.
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems of Virginia was utilized in a large production plant in Chesapeake, VA by a general contractor needing to know the reinforcing pattern and slab depths in several areas. They called GPRS for these services because of our safety qualifications and reputation for quality. GPRS Project Manager Josiah Donaldson verified the location,