A GPRS Case Study

Pittsburgh International Airport – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Pittsburgh International Airport – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Highlights

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INDUSTRY

SERVICE

Utility Locating Mapping & Modeling

LOCATION

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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PROJECT APPLICATION

TASK

GPRS was awarded the utility locating and mapping phase of the PIA Terminal Phase I Modernization project for Pittsburgh International Airport. GPRS helped execute 100% subsurface damage prevention planning by mapping all the subsurface infrastructure prior to groundwork. The drawings for the project were completed in CAD and overlaid onto the existing as builts.

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Task

GPRS was awarded the utility locating and mapping phase of the PIA Terminal Phase I Modernization project for Pittsburgh International Airport. GPRS helped execute 100% subsurface damage prevention planning by mapping all the subsurface infrastructure prior to groundwork. The drawings for the project were completed in CAD and overlaid onto the existing as builts.

PROBLEM

The airport’s architects and engineers required accurate underground infrastructure and feature locations and measurements for project planning.

Solution

GPRS located known and unknown utilities, tunnels, duct banks, and other subsurface features to update the airport’s as builts and record drawings.  Data was collected with GIS instrumentation to ensure accurate mapping.

Benefits

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“Our team was more effective and efficient because of SiteMap, allowing us to provide better results from more informed decision-making.”
Alexander Valigosky
Project Environmental Scientist

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