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GPRS Locates Post Tension Cables - Tampa, FloridaGPRS Locates Post Tension Cables - Tampa, FL

Recently, Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, Inc. (GPRS) was contacted by a Contractor in order to locate post tension cables in a high rise condo in the South Howard District in Tampa, FL. The company contacted GPRS of Tampa to locate any post tension cables in order not hit any of them.

Isaiah Runkle of GPRS was contacted in order to perform the survey at this location. Using our 1600MHz antenna radar equipment, we were able to map out all post tension cables. The contractor was pleased with our results and felt relieved that they were able to work in the areas where post tension cables were located.

To the left, is a photo taken on-site which depicts Isaiah locating any post tension cables in a generator room located in the area of concern.

Please contact Project Manager Isaiah Runkle by phone at 717.307.1051 or by email at isaiah.runkle@gp-radar.com for a quote or to schedule your next concrete scanning or utility locating project.














GPRS Locates Post Tension Cables - Tampa, FL

Above is a photo taken on-site which depicts Isaiah locating any post tension, rebar or any other anomalies located in the area of concern.

GPRS Locates Post Tension Cables at
Raymond James Stadium - Tampa, FL

Recently, Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, Inc. (GPRS) was contacted by a Contractor in order to locate post tension cables at the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, FL. The Contractor needed to locate any rebar or post tension cables because they were installing anchors for the new speaker mounts. The company contacted GPRS of Tampa in order not to hit any reinforcing steel.

Isaiah Runkle of GPRS was contacted in order to perform the survey at this location. Using our 1600MHz antenna radar equipment, we were able to map out any post tension cables or rebar, as well as any other anomalies which were running through the areas of concern. The contractor was pleased with our results and felt relieved that they were able to work in the areas knowing where any post tension cables, rebar or any other anomalies were located.







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