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Does GPRS have badging requirements or site-specific training to access my site?

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Can you work on projects over large and/or congested areas?

Yes! GPRS can work on any size project ranging from a couple hundred linear feet, up to multiple miles in length. Through a busy intersection for a new electrical duct bank or inside a power station, GPRS Project Managers locate and map all public, private, and abandoned utilities, as well as any other subsurface obstructions.

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Can you provide laser scanning and modeling for my project?

While GPRS is helping visualize the underground assets and utilities, we can also capture the existing above-ground conditions and features. With LiDAR scanners, GPRS can provide 2-4mm accuracy with its 3D laser scanning services, while processing all the data to generate point cloud files, 3D models, and more.

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Inside a substation, can you mark out the underground utilities and the grounding grid?

GPRS utilizes multiple technologies and processes to helpidentify all utilities and assets onsite. Inside a substation, GPRS follows astandard operating procedure to help identify the grounding grid, duct banks,conduits or any other utilities that may be present. All this information canbe relayed back to the customer in a .KMZ or CAD file.


GPRS does not investigate, analyze, or interpret soil composition, soil conditions, or geological or geophysical information. GPRS reports retrieved data and does NOT provide geophysical, geological, engineering, or land surveying services. Please contact a professional in those fields if such services are needed.