Ground Penetrating Radar Systems was contacted by a general contractor to locate the post tension cables and conduit running through a residential slab of concrete. The general contractor was concerned with the safety issues with his contractors hitting an electrical cable or a high tension cable. GPRS was able to come on site within 24
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, LLC. was contacted by a contractor that needed to know the location of utilities prior to trenching earlier this month. The client’s primary concern was to determine the location of any utilities or other near-surface items within the excavation area prior to digging so that they can place directional signs. The
GPRS of South Florida was recently called to analyze a hotel parking lot in Fort Lauderdale, FL. The loading dock area for the hotel was having abnormal cracking and sinking in their lot and the building engineer was concerned there was a larger issue beneath the surface. GPRS dispatched Eddie Miller out of the Miami
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems of Omaha was hired to locate rebar on a project in Omaha. The project involved repairing the broken concrete, but the client needed GPRS to identify the rebar. GPRS specializes in accurately locating rebar, post tension cables and conduits to make sure each project stays on course without an incidents or
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, Inc. of Denver, CO was contacted by a contractor to locate reinforcement within a concrete slab. The customer was looking to core drill holes through the concrete slab and did not wish to strike any reinforcement in the process. For a project like this, GPRS is able to determine several key
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems of Omaha was hired to locate underground utilities in Omaha. The project involved required digging 5’ feet deep to install a monitoring well. GPRS specializes in accurately locating each underground utility to make each project stay on time and without any strikes or hits. GPRS was able to locate electrical lines
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, Inc. of Phoenix, AZ. was contacted by a local General Contractor that was building a new office complex. The GC on this project was in the planning process of this project and needed to have all of the rebar and concrete beams identified so they could adjust their core holes accordingly.