On the banks of the Willamette River at a bustling port in Portland, Oregon, a Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) analyst and a core drilling operator inspected a series of reinforced octagonal concrete piles and drilled cores for crucial structural integrity tests on an aging pier.
Metropolitan areas in the U.S. are enjoying an upsurge in concrete construction, and growing number of architects, engineers and general contractors are specifying the use of subsurface imaging technology to identify hazards.
The University of Utah Hospital’s Air Medical Transport Services (AirMed) needed help locating several post-tensioned cables.
A major petroleum company had to inspect the 1-foot-thick outer rings of four large 45-foot-diameter reinforced concrete docking cells at the Port of Jacksonville, Florida.
The use of GPR technology provided a Chicago-based CSDA member with critical data to flat saw over 2,000 linear feet of concrete safely and accurately in one of the city’s most iconic buildings.
The Tampa, Florida branch of Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, Inc. (GPRS) was recently contacted by a large electrical and lighting contractor to perform over 4,000 feet of underground utility locating at a large veterans hospital in St. Petersburg.