GPR vs. X-Ray for Concrete: Is One Better Than the Other?

If you’re looking to survey or otherwise examine an area that includes concrete, you probably already know that it’s difficult to check what lies beneath or within such a dense and hard surface layer. Unlike dirt or other malleable materials,

GPR One Call Stays on the Cutting Edge of Underground Detection With Ongoing Employee Education

Before starting any digging work or excavation, it’s always essential to know what’s underneath the site. The consequences of accidentally damaging items such as underground power cables or oil tanks can be dangerous and expensive. Our dedicated qualified staff at

Scan Before You Cut: How GPR Can Help With Void Detection

There are several ways GPR can help with void detection. Check out this infographic to learn more:

The Hidden Dangers of Buried Electrical Conduits and How GPR Can Help Detect Them Before You Dig

Planning A Dig Commercial and residential properties are excavated all the time — if you haven’t had work done to your own property, you’ve seen construction crews going at it. On the surface, digs might seem simple; you probably conjure

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    Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR)
    GPR is the newest technology for locating hard to detect utilities such as plastic pipe that is used for water and gas lines. GPR is also…
  • Electromagnetic Detection (EM)
    Electromagnetic Detection (EM)
    EM utilizes several different methods to locate utilities know as passive, conductive and inductive. Our experienced EM Technicians evaluate each project while on site to determine…
  • Vacuum Excavation
    Vacuum Excavation
    Vacuum excavation allows for exposing buried utilities without any damage that might occur if excavating machinery or convention hand tools are used. Then exact depth measurements…