GPR Scanning for Private Underground Utilities – Arlington, TX
This GPR scan took place at a vehicle manufacturing plant in Arlington, TX. The customer needed to identify the underground utilities and any obstructions running through the area so they could safely excavate for the future installation of several lift stations on their sewer systems.
David Hagenmayer with Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, Inc., was contracted to scan the area requested and mark out all underground utilities and obstructions in the area. David was able to determine the precise locations of the lines and the client was then able to safely and effectively dig. The GPR scans were collected, marked on the surface, and no lines or obstructions were hit in the process.
GPRS, Inc. can identify underground utilities with an accuracy of 15% of the depth of the utility itself. This is important to note because there are often times when a customer has to excavate to a specific depth to install conduits, plumbing, or foundations on refits of existing projects. The obvious benefit of having such a high degree of accuracy is that the customer will have an idea when to hand dig as oppose to using heavy machinery.
GPRS, Inc. of Dallas is the most trusted GPR company because of its highly trained and dedicated technicians. We are the best at what we do, because it’s all we do. Ground Penetrating Radar is cost effective, non-hazardous, and provides data in real time. For GPRS services in North Texas, please call (972) 922-0223 or email David.Hagenmayer@gp-radar.com. We also offer nationwide service. For a local representative, please visit our website at www.gp-radar.com.
GPRS, Inc. offers a response time unrivaled in the industry. Often times, we can schedule your project the same day or within a few days at the most. By delivering fast and accurate service, you can be sure your project remains on schedule and within budget. Our experienced technicians set the bar and offer professional services to meet the needs of the fast paced construction industry.