There is a great need for concrete imaging services in the construction and development industry. If you are involved in this field, chances are that you have had a need for ground penetrating radar services at one time or another. Our ground penetrating radar services in Jacksonville, Florida, are designed to help project leaders to complete construction within their proposed time span, but that’s not all. The service also helps project managers to avoid potential injury and expensive damage to embedment’s that may lie within the subsurface prior to construction.
Ground penetrating radar is a process that uses radiation pulses. The pulses are sent into the surface of the ground and a reader is used to detect reflected signals. These signals indicate if there are irregularities, utilities or various other embedment’s in the subsurface that can cause a delay or present potential risk to the project. Common embedments and utilities detected by such a service include the likes of:
- Electrical cables
- Post tension cables
- Changes in the material
- Water lines
- Gas lines
- Sanitary lines
- Communication lines
At Pro Scan we offer ground penetrating radar services in Jacksonville and the rest of Florida. We have access to state of the art equipment and cutting edge technology. There’s every reason to believe that our GPR services team and their expert technicians in charge will accurately determine the location of construction obstacles and ensure that your project can go ahead without a hitch.
Top Quality Ground Penetrating Radar Services Available at Pro Scan in Jacksonville, Florida
It’s imperative that you seek out an experienced ground penetrating radar technician and team to assist you with accurate readings and correct translations. Avoid potentially expensive mishaps and ensure that your construction project is completed on time by hiring our ground penetrating radar services team in Jacksonville. For more information and advice on GPR and concrete imaging, simply contact us at Pro Scan via email or telephone today.