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GPRS Scans for Underground Utilities At Chick-fil-A

Ground Penetrating Radar Systems of Tennessee recently worked with a local company to help them locate several areas suitable for a new canopy that was to be installed on the top of a concrete slab. The company needed to have the area clear, so they could place anchors within the slab. Rather than accept this risk of hitting any underground utilities, the company reached out to GPRS to scan the areas and mark out any underground utilities or unknown objects directly on the slab. Fast, accurate and on a Sunday, the GPRS scanning method prevented any delays to the project that would have been caused if they were to strike a utility. Scanning and interpretation are in real-time, so project managers can instantly receive results, relay them to their team members and make necessary adjustments on site without causing any delays. GPRS uses non-destructive testing equipment to locate piping, power cables, communication lines, and conduits within the slab that are otherwise unable to be seen. Using GPRS is a safe, efficient, cost effective way to make sure you can safely drill or saw-cut and not destroy any conduits, utilities, sewer pipes, or other anomalies in concrete.


Other services we offer are: Underground Tank Location, Concrete Analysis, Rebar Mapping, Void Location and more. GPRS is a nation-wide company with local project managers in over 50 cities. If GPR services are needed in West Tennessee, contact Nathan Gallowitz at (901) 233-9964 or nate.gallowitz@gprsinc.com. Also visit www.gp-radar.com for a directory, to view important information about our company, or request more information about how we can serve you on your project.