Cincinnati Area's Leading Provider For
Utility Locating, Video Pipe Inspection, Concrete Scanning & More
Our Cincinnati Team Is Ready For Your Next Project
GPRS specializes in the location of underground utilities, concrete scanning and video pipe inspection. GPRS has an extensive nationwide network of highly trained and experienced Project Managers near Cincinnati and the surrounding area.
We understand that your team’s safety depends on us providing a best in class service. When clients hire GPRS, they have peace of mind knowing that they have the most reliable technology on their project paired with a world class Project Manager who delivers the most accurate information available. GPRS leads the industry in providing outstanding service and cutting-edge technology, keeping projects on time, reducing safety risks, and putting relationships with our clients first. Our nationwide network of team members is committed to being your subsurface scanning solutions.
Reports and Drawings
Deliver clear and understandable findings.
We focus on damage prevention and reducing the risk of injury to personnel and damage to utilities.
GPRS (Ground Penetrating Radar Systems Inc.) was hired by Ohio State University (OSU) to locate utilities running through their laser labs, inside their robotic welding and additive manufacturing research building. GPRS was able to locate utilities running through the area, as well as the type of reinforcing within the concrete and the concrete slab thickness.
The highly anticipated Sonic Temple Art and Music Festival, located at Mapfre Stadium in Columbus, Ohio, featured a lineup led by multiplatinum artists: Foo Fighters, System Of A Down and Disturbed. During the preparation for the festival, Columbus Crew hired GPRS (Ground Penetrating Radar Systems Inc.) to find and locate all underground utilities in the surrounding areas and stadium parking lots. This was scheduled prior to teams moving in to drill holes into the ground in various locations for tent and fence posts.
GPRS was contacted by a local contractor in Southern California that had a problem that needed solving. They had a project at the Buckley School in Sherman Oaks, and they needed to determine where the main storm sewer line was running along with the location of any taps in the work area(s). This might seem like a pretty simple project, however, the storm sewer pipe is a 51 inch RCP (Reinforced Concrete Pipe) and it is roughly 20-25 feet deep
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Serving Cincinnati, Columbus, Cleveland, Dayton, Akron, Toledo, Youngstown, Findlay, Lorain, Canton, Hilliard, Grove City, Beachwood, Perrysburg, New Albany and Fairborn.
We also work in the following Ohio counties Wood, Lucas, Cuyahoga, Trymbull, Summit, Darke, Lake, Mahoning, Lorain, Geauga and Stark.