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GPRS Scans Concrete Slab at Renovation Project - Orlando, Florida

A construction company had several core drilling locations on an elevated slab during a renovation project of a commercial building on T.G. Lee Boulevard in Orlando, FL. The construction company was planning to install new electrical floor outlets and plumbing and had to drill 32 locations in the elevated slab. The construction company was mostly concerned with locating any potential post tension cables and electrical conduits. They contacted Ground Penetrating Radar Systems knowing that this was an area they are experts in.

Once on site GPRS used their 1600MHz antenna, specifically designed to provide high resolution concrete images of the precise location of any rebar, post tension cables and electrical conduits. Ground penetrating radar is an effective and efficient tool for accomplishing these goals and GPRS had the area mapped on the surface of the concrete in less than 4 hours. Once the marking was complete the ground penetrating radar specialist took time to explain the results so the contact would know exactly where to drill. This ensured that the building did not face any structural damage and, more importantly, that the staff was safe during the drilling process. All parties were pleased with the results and the holes were cut without incident.

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Below is a picture depicting Nate Schmoe, of GPRS, Inc. scanning the elevated slab surface.

Elevated Slab Scanned Prior to Core Drilling - Orlando, FL



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