GPR & Subsurface

Geotechnical | GPR aids in the identification of different rock and soil formations, bedrock elevations, groundwater, previously placed fills, boulders, rocks, root masses, disturbed soil and buried materials.

Structural Analysis | GPR methods are praised as the fastest, most non-destructive option for inspection and analysis. GPR can be used for elements such as roadways, bridge decks, masonry and concrete walls.  GPR can also locate reinforcing, cracks, voids, slab and wall thicknesses along with asphalt layers.

Archaeology and Grave Sites | GPR’s non-invasive nature creates solid, interpretable data that can be presented in a variety methods for archeologists.

Utility Applications | GPR can help locate pipes, valves, water boxes, lines, conduit, illegal or unknown connections, water, wastewater, gas, voids, manholes, etc.

3D Modeling | By combining our aerial surveying and GPR survey grade equipment we provide state of the art surface and subsurface modeling for design.