Inspections, Investigations, Site Assessments… Ground Penetrating Radar can be used to perform inspections when not properly performed on a job site. The ability to “look” into concrete or other mediums can save the contractor when inspections were not performed.
- Locate Rebar
- Perform Depth of Cover surveys
- Locate concrete pipe weights
- Phase II Environmental Site Assessments
- Cell phone Tower Base analysis
- Steel Reinforcement Corrosion
The purchase of a new building or remodel of an existing building can pose problems when you don’t know how it was built.
- How much rebar is in a concrete structure?
- Is the concrete thick enough to support machinery?
- Is an Underground Storage Tank still present on property?
- Is the steel in a bridge deck corroded?
Ground Penetrating Radar, or GPR for short, accurately images rebar within concrete.
- No Radiation so no evacuation perimeters
- One side access
- Instant results, no developing x-ray films
- Approximately 5 minutes per hole
- Faster coredrilling by avoiding cutting rebar