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GPRS Performs GPR scan at James Madison University - Harrisonburg, VA

A contractor needing to core drill into the floors at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, VA called GPRS to scan for conduits first. The reinforcing in the pan deck and the potential conduits were marked out with tape, so as not to disturb the finished surface. The GPR scanning helps to reduce the likelihood of subsurface obstruction strikes during drilling, cutting, trenching, anchoring and other sub-surface applications. It also provides depth and location as well as information about the surrounding concrete. Ground Penetrating Radar Systems using GSSI Sir-3000 technology, located the reinforcing and conduits within the concerned areas. This was all done in a safe, time efficient, non-destructive way. The radar emits radiation less than 1% of that found to be emitted by standard cell phones. This means practically no hazardous radiation to operators or persons above or below the work zone.

GPRS Performs GPR survey at James Madison University - Harrisonburg, VA  GPR Scan Prior To Core Drilling - Harrisonburg, VA

If your company needs reinforcing or conduit mapping in Pan decking, conventional, or post-tension slabs in the Harrisonburg, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Blacksburg, or Roanoke areas with fast response times and easy scheduling, please contact Jeremy Campbell at 571-481-7166 or at jeremy.campbell@gprsinc.com.


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