Prior to construction for an addition, Ground Penetrating Radar Systems (GPRS) was contracted to locate all utilities in the area that would call for excavation. Records showed the presence of gas and water lines in the area. The GPRS technician was able to find the known utilities and the presence of electrical lines running from
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, Inc. – GPRS – of Southern California was contacted by a company in order to locate utilities in multiple areas prior to installing new bollards in a warehouse. Large sections of the slab were scanned and any utilities found in the area were marked on the surface with spray paint. GPR
Virginia contains many cemeteries, historic, and memorial sites. The changing landscape can erase the knowledge of what lies below the surface. A client called in GPRS to identify unmarked graves throughout their property. GPRS was also able to locate the requested areas for urns in the cemetery as well. GPRS can identify the depth and
Having information on what lies beneath the concrete floors prior to saw cutting is essential to ensure the safety of the workers involved with the demolition. Also, having the information of where existing embedded conduits & plumbing run throughout the areas allows everyone to devise a plan as to where future utilities should be placed.
Joseph R. Granados, Ground Penetrating Radar Systems Project Manager of El Paso, Texas Region, was contacted recently to search for utilities at a local school. The environmental company completing the soil testing wanted to make sure that all drilling and trench locations could be completed as safely as possible. They also requested a Google earth
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, Inc. (GPRS) was contacted to perform a GPR survey at the Hartsfield-Jackson Airport in Atlanta, GA. GPRS was asked to determine the location of conduits and other obstructions prior to future construction plans. Ryan Abueg was the technician from GPRS that arrived on site to complete this project. Once the initial
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems (GPRS) assists in scanning one of the 50 or so high rises coming up in Chicago. Now we obviously did not scan the entire skyline, but we have scanned our fair share with much more work needing to be done! For this particular project GPRS was called out to locate reinforcing