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GPRS’s office in Phoenix, AZ. was hired by a local firm to locate utilities throughout the Angels spring training facility, which is located in Tempe. This facility is looking to install signs throughout the main parking lot of the facility. GPRS was able to utilize a couple methods to locate all of these utilities. We
At a warehouse located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania a Contractor contacted GPRS to conduct ground penetrating radar scans of the warehouse floor to ensure the concrete depth was sufficient in areas where heavy loads of copper piping were located. As scans were performed, the depth of the concrete was written on the surface in marking paint
GPRS was contacted by an environmental firm to clear several areas prior to drilling for soil sampling. GPRS was able to locate crucial lines including an unmapped sewer line heading directly toward one of the areas they were going to be drilling. “Time is a primary currency traded on any given construction project. At Ground
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems was contacted by a communications company to clear a long directional boring of all utilities for approximately 1,872 feet. The contractor had many issues in the past with striking underground utilities with the directional boring and was required to use a company to clear the directional boring path for all future
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems of Arkansas received a call from a general contractor working in Little Rock with concerns about what may be in the slab prior to core drilling in a bank. He asked what type of results he could expect when scanning concrete elevated slabs prior to core drilling. GPR can locate conduits, tension cable,
Prior to saw cutting concrete floor slabs, it’s important to have information on what lies beneath the surface. In many instances during construction of buildings, conduits & other utilities will be placed in the actual pour of the concrete floor or just beneath the concrete floor. It’s essential to have any possible conduits identified prior