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GPRS Locates Reinforcing Steel
in 12" Concrete in Grand Junction, CO

Grand Junction, CODid they use reinforcement in 1907? Did they run piping in the concrete? Questions like these came up on the Wayne Aspinall building project in Grand Junction, Colorado, which is why Ground Penetrating Radar Systems was called in for answers.

The technician on site was able to locate the reinforcing steel in the 12’’ concrete and map it out on the surface of the slab so the concrete cutters could avoid structural damage to this historic building. The technician even scanned both sides of the concrete in some areas to ensure the contractor was getting the best information possible. Non-destructive testing is a great way to answer any questions you may have about what lies below the surface. Since concrete sonar emits no radiation it was able to be used on this active site without costly shutdowns. Ground Penetrating Radar Systems of Colorado can answer any questions you may have about what lies below the surface in Denver, Aspen, Vail, Steamboat Springs and Colorado Springs.

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GPRS Locates Reinforcing Steel



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