Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, Inc. – GPRS – of Southern California was contacted by a survey company in order to scan for utilities prior to collecting our findings and placing them in CAD drawings. The purpose of our scan was to map out twelve 100’x100’ sites throughout the greater Bakersfield area; at each site there
A general contractor in the Milwaukee needed to identify the location of a known underground tunnel constructed in the 1880’s for use by nuns and clergy before performing storm sewer upgrades; they contacted GPRS to use Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR). Marcus Thie, Project Manager for the Wisconsin market was able to locate the underground tunnel,
A General Contractor had a project in Wakefield, MA in the parking lot of an automobile dealership. The scope of the project was to locate private underground utilities prior to the drilling of several environmental soil borings and also locate a suspected buried Underground Storage Tank (UST) or the excavation pit. The General Contractor decided
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems was recently called out to a project by a general contractor to locate utilities for a project at Youngstown State University. The scope of work was to locate any underground utilities for a new steam line that needed to be installed. By using GPR and Radio Detection, many utilities were located.
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, Inc. of Denver, CO was contacted by a Homeowner to locate Radiant Heat tubing within a concrete slab. The client was looking to drill into the concrete slab and did not strike the in floor heating within. For a project like this, GPRS is able to determine the location of the
We at Ground Penetrating Radar Services were recently called out to a communications tower in central Florida. Our customer was planning on replacing the existing tower with a new one, but the plan was to keep the tower from experiencing any service interruption through the transition. The new tower was to be placed just a
Before the removal on the concrete slab in a local grocery store, the Atlanta office of Ground Penetration Radar Systems was called in to help identify any potential underground conduits or shallow utilities. The store was installing new refrigeration lines and the area needed to be scanned before the concrete was saw cut. Using the