Month: October 2017

Ground Penetrating Radar Scan performed at T4 LAX

Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, Inc. – GPRS – of Southern California was contacted by an electrical company in order to scan for reinforcing or conduits prior to core drilling for an office cubicle improvement. We found that the slab consisted of 6” on center wire mesh with an 8” thick metal decking slab. We marked

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

GPR Scanning for Underground Utilities – Shopping Center – 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

GPRS Gets the Industrial

Ground Penetrating Radar Systems (GPRS) gets the industrial. GPRS has been specializing in subsurface locating for over 16 years. During these many years of service, we have had our hands on just about every sort of industrial site imaginable. From government projects to your backyard we are here to help you. For this particular project

GPRS Locates Conduits – Wilmington, DE

At an Experimental Station located in Wilmington, Delaware a contractor had contacted GPRS to locate and mark any conduits located within the elevated slab with ground penetrating radar. The purpose of the markout was to identify any conduits in order to ensure the safety for his crew when coring. GPRS was able to detect a