Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, Inc. (GPRS) was contacted by a contractor to locate existing water lines and buried water valves in the parking lot of a warehouse in Tampa, FL. Justin Rasanow of GPRS used the 400MHz antenna and was able to successfully map out all of the water lines which were running through the
GPRS of Central Texas was contacted to locate conduit and voids in Texas factory floor prior to moving heavy machinery. The areas where the voids and conduit were detected were marked clearly on the surface allowing the crane to be placed on solid concrete. It’s an unfortunate and altogether avoidable tragedy when factories and other
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, Inc. – GPRS – of Arizona was contacted by the city of Sedona, Arizona to locate all underground utilities within the city’s main street at their famous tourist district along North State Route 89A. All utilities, such as power, communication (fiber optic and conduit), sewer lines, water, gas, and any other
Local contractors in Washington D.C. call GPRS of Washington D.C. / Northern Virginia to map out conduits and reinforcing steel within drilling locations. GPRS was able to solve all of their questions regarding what was in the concrete. All of the findings were mapped directly on the surface for further review and in real time.
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems’ Indianapolis office worked with an Engineering firm in Avon, IN to locate underground utilities at a railyard. GPRS marked the location of sewer, water, product, and electric lines using GPR. Locating utilities inside the project area was crucial to project planning and execution. All utilities were marked clearly on the surface
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, Inc. was contacted by a general contractor to locate conduits and rebar in a concrete slab at a waste water treatment plant. The contractor did not want to hit any rebar or electrical conduits during core drilling. All rebar and conduits were marked out in areas of concern and the general
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, Inc. – GPRS – of Southern California was contacted by an electrical company to locate rebar in a wall prior to core drilling for (1) 2” conduit. The area on the wall was limited due to the metal studs that were in place; we referred to using our Palm antenna rather