GPRS locates underground utilities for soil borings in West Point, New York
An environmental firm based out of Virginia recently contacted the Ground Penetrating Radar Systems (GPRS), New York City office. The focal point of their project was to detect underground utilities for approximately 30 soil borings at the West Point Academy in West Point, NY.
Upon arrival, GPRS Project Manager Dennis Berthold performed a site walk with the on site personnel. After the site walk concluded, Dennis knew it was going to be a difficult utility locate based on numerous manholes, site lighting, and utility risers that he spotted, while conducting the site walk.
The first mode of action that GPRS took, was to utilize the electromagnetic detector (EM detector.) GPRS was able to identify the main conduit bank, a storm drainage line, and a water line that existed within the area. The next step GPRS took was to scan, using a 400MHz ground penetrating radar antenna. The 400MHz antenna is designed to locate underground utilities and other subsurface anomalies. Using this technology, GPRS was able to clearly identify the depths of the existing utility lines and conduit bank that were previously detected using the EM locator. All of the findings were marked according to the painted color code which has been established by 811. Lastly, all of the utility line’s coordinates were collected using our GEODE (GPS) device. Collecting coordinates, allows GPRS to create deliverables such as, Google Earth overlays or CAD drawings. Not only is this important to your current project, these drawings can be kept as records for future use.
All GPRS Project Managers are highly skilled and trained in the field of concrete scanning and utility locating. However, it does not stop there, we have helped numerous clients identify underground storage tanks (USTs), footings, and identify voids on site.
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If you need a concrete slab scanned, utility locate, UST identification, or void locate, please contact our office at 631-241-2261 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our contact page. https://www.gp-radar.com/contact
GPRS does not provide geophysical, geological, land surveying or engineering services. If you need such services, please contact an appropriate professional.