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GPR Used To Locate Voids, Other Anomolies
And Live Current - Denver, Colorado

GPR Used To Locate Voids, Other Anomolies and Live Current in Denver, Colorado at the Colorado State Capital

Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, Inc. of Denver, CO was contacted by Encore Electric of Englewood Colorado to locate air voids or chase and live current. Encore Electric needed GPRS to scan and locate voids, reinforcement and conduit to core drill approximately 100 2” holes. The cores were needed to insert cell phone coverage system throughout the Capital. GPRS went out to scan and locate concrete air voids, reinforcement and live current conduit. GPRS was able to locate the voids, reinforcement and conduit in a fast and reliable manner.

GPR Used To Locate Voids, Other Anomolies and Live Current Near Colorado Springs  locate conduits before drilling into concrete

GPRS used a GSSI 1600 MHz Antenna and (RD) Radio-detection Device (a live current locator) to locate the concrete air voids, reinforcement and live current conduit. All findings were marked directly on the surface at the customer’s request for easy interpretation with pencil and permanent marker. GPR was needed for this job to direct the customer where to core drill to place cell phone service system in a chase and to keep customer from drilling though any reinforcement or live current conduit. Ground Penetrating Radar was successful for an accurate and safe placing of the cores without hitting any live current conduit or reinforcement.

Ground Penetrating Radar Systems has helped reduce cost by limiting the chance for expensive job downtime or setbacks due to structure damage, facility shutdown for severed utility line, or worker injury. Ground Penetrating Radar is also safe to be around while concrete imaging is taking place, emitting no radiation unlike concrete x-ray. GPRS can perform concrete imaging investigations on large or small areas to locate post tension cables, rebar/reinforcement layouts and underground storage tank locations. If you need a similar scan on your job site please feel free to contact Kevin Salazar (Project Manager) at 720-498-3834 or e-mail at for the surrounding Denver Metro areas such as Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Castle Rock, Denver, Evergreen, Boulder, Fort Collins, Broomfield, DTC, Aspen, Vail and Grand Junction. GPRS is also local in Arizona-Flagstaff/Phoenix/Tucson, New Mexico-Albuquerque/Santa Fe, Utah-Salt Lake/Provo/Ogden, Kansas-Kansas City/Wichita, Missouri-Wichita, Nebraska-Omaha/Lincoln and Iowa-Des Moines.

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