GPR Surveys Basildon

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GPR Surveys Basildon

We are Basildon’s number one GPR survey provider and have been offering our clients a range of quality services for over 19 years. Our team of qualified surveyors specialise in carrying out accurate GPR surveys and our prices are very competitive for the level of excellent service we are proud to provide.

To carry out our ground penetrating radar surveys, we employ only the best and most reliable GPR surveyors to guarantee precision and accuracy in all that we do. Subvision Surveys run strict in-house and external training for all staff, in the use of our state of the art IDS Detector Duo GPR equipment, for years to ensure the highest possible standards.

As a trusted team of professionals, everybody working on-site has been fully CRB/DBS checked and approved. They also hold valid CSCS and PTS track safety cards so you can be sure that your project is in safe hands with Subvision Surveys.

For GPR Surveys in Basildon…

Give us a call on 0330 134 6861 to get in touch with a member of our highly professional team.

What is a GPR Survey?

The best way to understand how GPR surveys work is to think of GPR scanning equipment as an x-ray machine for concrete. High frequency radio waves are sent into the ground and these signals are reflected back to an antenna; from this data we are able to determine where obstructions may be buried underground, by measuring the variations. Our highly skilled specialists interpret this information, form an accurate map of the area below your site and decide the best way to proceed.

There are many engineering applications for this system, such as non-destructive testing (NDT) of pavements, however GPR is also suitable for a range of different media; these include rock, soil, ice and fresh water. A GPR survey is a great way to locate buried structures and subsurface obstructions, however Subvision do recommend combining this service with an electromagnetic survey to detect the maximum amount of utilities.

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