Month: August 2017

Scan Performed at the UTC Mall in La Jolla, CA

Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, Inc. – GPRS – of Southern California was contacted by a general contractor in order to locate utilities in multiple areas prior to installing a new sewer line. A trenching path totaling approximately 1,000 linear feet was scanned, and any utilities found in the area were marked on the surface with

GPRS, Inc. Scanning for Subsurface Utilities – Austin, TX

Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, Inc. can identify underground anomalies such as utilities, obstructions, and subsurface voids using non-destructive testing methods. Our technicians have the ability to identify an anomaly’s depth with accuracy of 15% of the depth of the anomaly itself. This is important to note because there are often times when a customer has

GPR Concrete Scanning – Atlanta, GA

Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, Inc. (GPRS) was contacted to perform a GPR survey at a high rise building in Atlanta, GA. GPRS was asked to determine the location of reinforcing, conduits, or any other potential obstructions prior to core drilling in multiple locations. Ryan Abueg was the technician from GPRS that arrived on site to

Utility Locating for a Tower Site Upgrade – Des Moines, IA

GPRS was contacted by an out-of-state construction company doing tower site upgrades. The contractor was concerned about some existing utilities that may be obstructing his excavation area. Fortunately for him, this was something that we could assist him with. GPRS utilized multiple tools to complete this utility investigation such as radio detection and ground penetrating