Ground Penetrating Radar Systems of Florida
- GPRS: SUBSURFACE SCANNING SOLUTIONS
- Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, LLC, is the nation’s largest company specializing in the detection of underground utilities and the scanning of concrete structures. GPRS has an extensive nationwide network of highly trained and experienced technicians in every major U.S. market. When clients hire GPRS, they have the peace of mind of knowing that they have the most reliable scanning technology on their job site and they'll receive the assistance of a technician who can provide them with the most accurate data. For over a decade, GPRS has been the industry leader by providing outstanding service and cutting edge technology, keeping projects on time, reducing safety risks, and putting our relationships with our clients before profit.
To ensure the overall, timely success of the job, utility detection is critical to any construction project where subsurface excavation is planned. If ignored, budget overruns can multiply, your schedule can turn chaotic, and there’s the risk of injuries taking place on your job site.
The standard is one-call utility locating, a state-operated public service that is required for every project. However, the scope of this service can be limited. To achieve the complete success you are looking for you’ll want to connect with an expert private service provider like GPRS.
We can offer you a comprehensive range of reporting options, from a basic field sketch to a full-blown AutoCAD report that will pinpoint buried electrical, water, gas, communication, sewer and storm drain lines. Our report will provide you with a permanent utilities location record for future reference. Learn More >
With new build construction and renovation projects, the likelihood of needing to cut or core a concrete slab is high. This means there is an inherent risk of striking rebar, electrical and communications conduits, and post tension cables during the cutting, coring or drilling process. The cost of such mistakes can be high. Unreasonable constraints on already thin budgets can occur, as well as infusing havoc into your schedule and creating a safety hazard for your employees.
Our well-trained, skilled, experienced technicians are accustomed to responding quickly to any service request, especially when your need for concrete scanning is a last-minute discovery. The end result is professional, accurate and timely scanning - exactly the satisfaction you are seeking to mitigate your risk and keep your employees safe. Learn More >
Introducing a new versatile technology to the GPRS family. The in-line crawler inspects the inside of pipes/culverts 6” – 96” in diameter. It can reach up to 1,000LF from the insertion point and features 360˚ pan and tilt. It can achieve zero-degree turning, track pipe grade and monitor temperature/pressure with onboard sensors. The in-line crawler offers digital video and images which can be exported via usb media or network port. GPRS offers this as a nationwide service and is operated by a NASSCO certified technician and offers NASSCO certified reporting. Learn More >
The GPRS Value
Our field technicians are trained to ask questions and provide you with answers. This project specific consultative approach - a GPRS trademark – helps us hone in on your subsurface issues and ensure we provide valuable problem-solving solutions to keep your job moving.
GPRS deploys the best equipment operated by skilled technicians who know how solve your subsurface locating issue. Since our inception, GPRS has completed hundreds of thousands of projects in North America. Our accuracy rate on these projects? Over 99%.
Time is always critical in any construction project. We understand this and have, accordingly, developed and perfected our operations to quickly and efficiently respond to any customer within 24 hours – or less.
With team members located in every major metropolitan area in the U.S., we're just a short drive away from any project.
GPRS of Florida Investigates Mall Prior To Renovation
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems of Florida was recently contracted to complete a site investigation prior to major renovation and construction at a local Miami mall. The mall was going to be staying open through all phases of the project and delays due to utility damages or other line-strike issues were a major cause of concern for both the Mall Owners and the General Contractors on site.
There is a minimum of three things to look for when considering who to contract for your concrete scanning and utility locating needs: Training and Development, Expertise and Experience, and Network of Resources. The next time you search the web for an underground utility locating company or reach out to your colleagues for a concrete scanning referral, keep in mind that the expertise of the individual and company you hire matters. Read More >