Example #1: This is a picture of an area that was core drilled prior to checking the slab with ground penetrating radar. You can see that there are two conduits in the floor and you can also see where there is a new section of conduit (indicating the repair). GPRS was called to the project after these conduits were hit to check the remaining core drilling locations prior to cutting. Upon completing the project GPRS returned to the holes where the contractor initially hit the conduits. We surveyed the area and you can see our “x” on the concrete indicating the conduit as it continues in the slab.
It is easy to see why you should consider using ground penetrating radar prior to core drilling at any location. The contractor, in this case, was told that there were no electrical conduits running in the concrete. For a small fee GPRS can ensure that you will not have any costly electrical conduit strikes. Please contact your local GPRS representative for scheduling and pricing information.
Please contact your local GPRS representative for scheduling and pricing information.