Infrastructure and Subsurface Surveying (GPR)

Infrastructure and Subsurface Surveying (GPR)

Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) is highly effective in locating and distinguishing a diverse range of materials, both metallic and non-metallic.

Its efficacy is optimized when there exists a significant contrast in the electromagnetic properties of the materials under survey.

Metallic objects, such as reinforcement within concrete structures, are particularly favourable targets for detection.

Nevertheless, GPR can identify most materials, provided there is a substantial disparity in electromagnetic properties between the target and its surrounding material.

Among the commonly detected materials are metallic objects like buried pipes, underground storage tanks, and archaeological artifacts, along with non-metallic utilities such as plastic and ceramic pipes, as well as various concrete anomalies like voids and cracks.

Additionally, GPR can discern soil variations, rock features, underground utilities, and environmental hazards, making it a versatile tool for subsurface investigation and exploration.

Ground-penetrating radar (GPR) data provides high-resolution cross-sectional images of the scanned material. Antennae of different frequencies allow for varying levels of resolution and depths of investigation.


Our services:

  • Metallic objects: Metal reinforcement in concrete, buried pipes, underground storage tanks, and anything made of metal.
  • Non-metallic utilities: Plastic pipes, ceramic pipes, fiberglass pipes, and PVC conduits.
  • Concrete structures: Voids, cracks, delamination, rebar spacing, and thickness variations in concrete structures such as bridges, pavements, and buildings.
  • Soil variations: Changes in soil density, moisture content, and compaction, which can indicate underground features like voids, tunnels, or buried objects.
  • Rock and bedrock features: Fractures, voids.
  • Utilities: Underground cables (e.g., electrical, communication), water mains, sewer lines, and drainage systems made of various materials.
  • Environmental hazards: Underground storage tanks, contaminants, and waste materials that can pose environmental risks.

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