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GPR Concrete Scanning Project - Houston, TXGPR Concrete Scanning Project - Houston, TX

Ground Penetrating Radar Systems (GPRS) of the Houston office was called by a national construction company to perform a scan of the reinforcement in a concrete slab at Bush Intercontinental Airport prior to drilling anchor bolts into the slab. Allyn Hirsch, technician on site, used GPR (Ground Penetrating Radar) 1600 MHz antenna penetrating about 18 inches through the slab, noting the location and layout of the reinforcement and concrete beams. In the picture above, the layout of the reinforcement has been marked out in the area to be drilled.

GPRS is the safest, most accurate method for locating underground utilities, subsurface utilities for environmental investigations. GPR technology has zero radiation and can assemble, scan and mark out in real time. GPRS of the Houston office covers Texas A&M, Bryan, College Station, Navasota, Huntsville, Magnolia, The Woodlands, Tomball, Spring and Montgomery TX. For more information on environmental and utility scanning, concrete x-ray and “GPR concrete” please contact Allyn Hirsch – Project Manager at 979-446-2321. Also email Allyn Hirsch at allyn.hirsch@gp-radar.com - Call before you drill!


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