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Utility / Void Scan Petrochemical - Freeport, TX

Ruptured Underground Water Line GPR Scan - Freeport, TX

A large petrochemical refinery contacted GPRS to perform utility locating and void scanning around areas where known water lines had previously ruptured. The client had requested that GPRS trace out underground water lines near the area, and locate the void location where the line had already washed out soil beneath the surface. GPRS was able to locate one of the auxiliary water lines coming off the main ruptured line, and the surrounding areas around the ruptured water line where there were subsurface voids. GPRS was able to save the plant money by ensuring that no other lines were broken/ruptured during the excavation to fix the already broken line.

To learn more about the capabilities of GPRS in the South Texas Gulf Region, contact Project Manager Jim Cardoza at 713-253-7072 / Jim.Cardoza@gp-radar.com or Nate Loyola at 832-262-3438 / Nate.Loyola@gp-radar.com     
     


28 Acre Utility Locate - Freeport, TX

A large chemical company approached GPRS about performing a GPR/RD Scan for utilities on a 28 acre plot of land adjacent to their current refinery. GPRS located the large sewer line running straight through the middle of the property, and all of the Data/Fiber and Firewater lines running around the perimeter of the property.

To learn more about the capabilities of GPRS in the South Texas Gulf Region, contact Project Manager Jim Cardoza at 713-253-7072 / Jim.Cardoza@gp-radar.com or Nate Loyola at 832-262-3438 / Nate.Loyola@gp-radar.com




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