GPRS scans for conduits and beams prior to core drilling - Columbus, Ohio

Ground Penetrating Radar Systems was recently called by a local contractor to a renovation project at a building in downtown Columbus, Ohio. The contractor needed to core drill through the slab to install new electrical services. The floors above and below the renovation project were in use at the time of the scanning, so the contractor wanted to avoid damaging any conduits or utilities believed to be in the slab. GPRS was able to identify conduits present in the core drilling locations, as well as marking out beam that if hit, would damage the structural integrity of the slab. The contractor was able to core drill safely and avoid hitting any conduits or beams in the process. GPRS, Inc. was able to get to the job in a timely matter so the project could remain on schedule. GPR is an accurate and effective way of locating conduits, rebar, and post tension cables in a concrete slab.

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For more information on how GPRS, Inc. can help you on your next project, please contact Mitch Streight at 614-400-6889 or by email at mitch.streight@gp-radar.com. We also have the capabilities of locating underground utilities, underground storage tanks, and voids.