GPRS Of Indiana Inspects Concrete For Unknown Conduits Using GPR - South Bend, Indiana
Saw cutting concrete before having it inspected can be dangerous not only to the workers on site but also to the facility and project schedule as well. Severing a utility can shut down a facility, delay a project and result in costly change orders. This can all be avoided by contracting Ground Penetrating Radar Systems of Indiana to scan the concrete with their first to identify any dangers in the concrete before the saw cutting begins. The information provided by the trained and certified technician allowed our customer to cut the slab safely and without incident.
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems of Indiana use the latest in concrete inspection technology allowing the technician to provide a depth to the top of the dangerous conduit or utility. Concrete imaging generates results instantly on site for interpretation by a highly trained and certified technician who then maps the findings on the surface of the slab. Concrete scanning technology also does not emit any harmful radiation so operating on an active site is not a problem. Electromagnetic investigations also only need access to one side of the concrete making slab on grade a perfect application for this technology. If you would like to learn how you can keep your project running on schedule and avoid dangerous utilities contact your local representative today at firstname.lastname@example.org or 317-504-1068. GPRS of Indy can investigate concrete anywhere in the state of Indiana, we recently visited: Elkhart, Muncie, Columbus and South Bend.