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Ground Penetrating Radar
We have been qualified providers of ground penetrating radar surveys for more than 19 years and as a team we gained extensive knowledge of this industry.
Each surveyor here at Subvision has undergone years of strict in-house and external training in the use of our GPR equipment to ensure the highest possible standards of safety and efficiency on every project. Our IOSH qualified managers keep everything running smoothly and safely; all members of our surveying team hold valid CSCS cards, PTS track safety cards and have been CRB/DBS checked and approved.
For Ground Penetrating Radar Services…
Give us a call on 0330 134 6861 to get in touch with a member of our highly professional team.
We are ground penetrating radar specialists!
We are very proud of our high service levels and clients benefit from competitive prices on our range of tailored services that can be adapted to suit your personal requirements. Our team is on hand to offer advice and assistance regarding ground penetrating radar surveys, simply call or email us and we will do our very best to help.
During construction, destruction or excavation works any issue that arises can seriously impact on the length and cost of a job, as well as potentially risking the safety of workers and the general public. To keep everything safe and on schedule, a ground penetrating radar survey needs to be carried out before any works or planning is started. This way, we can scan the area underneath your site and locate any buried services or utilities.
How does GPR work?
Using an advanced ground penetrating radar system, which sends out a series of high frequency radio waves that are reflected back to an antenna, we can pinpoint the depth and location of any obstruction. Dry sandy soil presents the best conditions for this kind of survey, as this is where the depth of penetration is greatest, however rock, ice and water are among the many suitable media.
Ground penetrating radar is a versatile system that has a range of engineering applications, including non-destructive testing of pavements, however we highly recommend combining it with an electromagnetic survey for the best results.