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Ground Penetrating Radar Used to Locate Underground Water Line - Casa Grande, AZ

Ground Penetrating Radar Used to Locate Underground Water Line - Casa Grande, AZGround Penetrating Radar Systems, Inc. - GPRS - of Arizona was contacted by the local school district in Casa Grande, Arizona to locate an underground water utility line. It was critical to locate this water utility line as new trenches were being excavated to install new electrical utilities. Avoiding any damage and disturbance to the existing water line was essential as it was the main water supply to the school building, which was in session.

Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, Inc. arrived on site and used both ground penetrating radar and radio detection / signal induction technologies to locate the water utility line and marked it's presence on site in real time. GPRS' quick response and clear markings communicated the utility's location and prevented any damage to the underground water line from taking place. This enabled the general contractor to continue safely excavate with confidence, while eliminating costly repairs by avoiding water line breakages.

Ground penetrating Radar mapping is a great tool to scan areas of post tension cables, rebar, and conduits, including PVC pipes. Ground penetrating radar can also be used to locate underground utilities such as water, gas, electrical, communication, sewer, and other objects prior to digging or excavating. Please contact Ground Penetrating Radar Systems - GPRS to learn how we can assist with your next project.

GPRS has done many projects such as this in Phoenix, Tucson, Yuma, Flagstaff, Prescott, Kingman, and throughout the entire state of Arizona and performs GPR surveys throughout the United States. Contact Nate Holscher (Regional Manager) at 480.227.8614 or nate.holscher@gp-radar.com today to schedule an appointment for a free demonstration or if you have any inquiries for your next project.


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