The Benefits Of GPR For Cemetery Mapping

Posted December 9, 2015

Ground penetrating radar, or GPR , can save your company thousands of dollars and untold hassles when it comes to mapping cemeteries and their outlying areas. The idea of starting any new construction only to discover too late that there are grave sites underground is heartbreaking and costly. Older cemeteries can make use of GPR services to accurately update plot …

Digging Deep with GPR Technology

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Looking Back On a solemn day in America, George W. Bush took aim at “evil-doers” and promised that we, as a nation, would remain on guard. In 2001, it made sense to be frightened in the wake of terrorist attacks. The idea that our nation could be breached with such horrifying results shattered the illusion that America was impervious to …

The Use of Ground Penetrating Radar in Archaeological Site Assessment

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While archaeology is the study of ancient civilizations, it is using more of today’s technology to uncover secrets from the past. Whether discovering the fossilized remains of a dinosaur or exploring the ruins of an ancient city, ground penetrating radar is helping scientists accomplish more than they ever imagined. Since one of the most important aspects of archaeology is examining …

GPR Technology Ensures a Firm Foundation

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A hidden void is an undetected, usually air-filled, space within the foundation of structures such as roadways and buildings. These voids can compromise the structural integrity of the areas where they are located and result in physical damage to the road or building as the void is given the opportunity to expand over time. Voids can be caused by a …

How Thermal Imaging is Used in Commercial Inspections

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When it comes to real estate, it’s no secret there are times when properties that have structural defects or other issues are sold to unsuspecting buyers. When this happens, needless to say the buyer is not only unhappy with the condition of their newly-acquired property, but is also stuck with property they may not be able to use themselves or …