Ground Penetrating Radar
Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) is used to safely and accurately locate items below the surface before digging or demolition, and plots the exact location of anything under the surface of concrete or soil. This process is vital for environmental or development surveying, construction, landscaping, and many more industrial projects.
GPR works by sending an energy pulse into the ground in a series of places within a plot or area. Location of items below the surface is measured by the time it takes for a signal to hit an object and return to the radar. A series of measurements over an area can provide an accurate map of objects below the surface which can help crew safely perform excavation or construction and carefully remove these items if needed.