Conduit Locate On Pan Deck Concrete At St. Vincent’s Hospital - Indianapolis, IN
Projects on critical facilities such as hospitals need to avoid cutting conduits, because that conduit could be powering equipment needed to diagnose or treat patients. That is why Ground Penetrating Radar Systems of Indianapolis performs many investigations on hospital property prior to saw cutting, drilling or excavating. Recently we mobilized to St. Vincent’s heart hospital to locate conduits on a pan deck slab prior to core drilling for HVAC. The technician on site was able to map all the reinforcing steel, conduits and high and low points in the pan so the core could be performed with minimal damage to the structure.
Concrete scanning is the most efficient way to locate dangers in the concrete prior to cutting mainly due to its nondestructive nature. The concrete imaging technology used by GPRS of Indy doesn’t emit any harmful radiation allowing for the investigation to be conducted during normal business hours. This concrete sonar also provides instant information so the contractor knows exactly where he can drill by the time the GPRS of Indiana technician leaves the job site. For more information on GPRS of Indy contact your local regional manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or 317.504.1068 and find out how requiring our services can preserve the structural integrity of your building. Ground Penetrating Radar Systems has recently mobilized to Gary, Evansville, Terre Haute and Muncie.