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Private Utilities Located with Ground Radar – Augusta, MEPrivate Utility Locating with Ground Radar Prior to Excavation - Augusta, ME

A general contractor had a project consisting of locating private utilities inside an approx. ¼ acre area at a highly secured private residence in Maine. The scope of the project was to locate and identify any possible utilities in the area due to dated and possibly inaccurate record keeping prior to trenching and excavation operations. The general contractor decided to contact Ground Penetrating Radar Systems of New Hampshire after previously working with us on several large-scale projects across the United States. GPRS was able to complete the investigation within a couple of hours onsite and allowed the project to proceed without hitting a single utility line. The field technician was able to locate and annotate the depth of multiple previously unknown utilities as well as identify the location and depth of an existing septic leach field. Through the use of real time applications and an experienced technician, GPRS was able to locate all of the utilities and give the client an up to date and precise layout of what lies below.

At the job site, GPRS scanned the designated ¼ acre area. All utilities were mapped on the surface with marking paint/pin flags and given a depth to ensure precision. The General Contractor now has the information needed to proceed with the project without causing any delay in business. The General Contractor was enamored with the quality of work that was performed and the timely, efficient manner in which it was done.

Before digging, boring, excavating, saw cutting, trenching, or coring in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont, or Maine, contact Project Manager of GPRS, Peter Kessinger, at 603-703-6007 or Peter.Kessinger@gprsinc.com. You can also visit us on the web at www.gp-radar.com.





GPRS Locates Private Utility Lines For Excavation Contractor – Nashua, NH

A general contractor had a project consisting of locating utilities along a proposed 500 LF trench path prior to installing a new fence at a private facility in Nashua, NH. The scope of the project was to locate and identify any possible utilities in the area due to dated and possibly inaccurate record keeping. The General Contractor decided to contact Ground Penetrating Radar Systems of New Hampshire after previously working with us on several large-scale projects. GPRS was able to complete the investigation within one half day and allowed the project to proceed without hitting a single utility line. The field technician was able to locate and annotate the depth of multiple previously unknown utilities as well as identify the location and depth of an existing security electrical line. Through the use of real time applications and an experienced technician GPRS was able to locate all of the utilities, and give the client an up to date and precise layout of what lies below.

At the job site, GPRS scanned the designated area(s) within 20’ of the proposed fence path. All utilities were mapped on the surface with marking paint/pin flags and given a depth to ensure precision. The General Contractor now had the information needed to proceed with the project without causing any delay in business. The General Contractor was enamored with the quality of work that was performed and the timely, efficient manner in which it was done.

Before digging, boring, excavating, saw cutting, trenching, or coring in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont, or Maine, contact Project Manager of GPRS, Peter Kessinger, at 603-703-6007 or Peter.Kessinger@gprsinc.com. You can also visit us on the web at www.gp-radar.com.

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