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Pine Valley Electric calls GPRS
to assist in Lone Tree, Colorado

When Pine Valley Electric of Parker, Colorado needed to core in a concrete wall and miss conduits and reinforcement steel, they called GPRS of Denver.  GPRS quickly mobilized to the Lone Tree Medical Plaza building in Lone Tree, Colorado and kept the project on schedule.

While on site, Ground Penetrating Radar Systems was able to verify that there were no conduits within the concrete slab. The location was scanned using GSSI Ground Penetrating Radar equipment and followed up by Radio Detection to verify the presence of electrical current. There are two major questions that GPRS answers frequently. First, “Can GPR technology can walls and other vertical structures?” The answer is yes. GPR technology can scan concrete walls, concrete columns, concrete pillars and many other structures. The other common question is “Does Ground Penetrating Radar emit any radiation?” The answer is no. GPR is safe to use in any setting. People do not need to be removed from an area before scanning concrete and after-hours labor is not necessary. GPR releases less radiation than a standard cell phone.

Jason Schaff runs Ground Penetrating Radar Systems Inc. operations in the Greater Denver area. GPRS Denver is serving Denver, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins, Aurora, Sterling, Evergreen, Grand Junction, Steamboat Springs, Vail, Trinidad and Pueblo. Jason is based in Highlands Ranch, Colorado and he can be reached at (303) 945-5415 or by email at jason.schaff@gp-radar.com. Concrete scanning for the purposes of identifying the location of rebar, post-tensioning and electrical conduits are the most frequent services performed by the GPR technicians at GPRS.

 

 

 


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