Gas Station Environmental Assessment
A gas station sale required a environmental site assessment. Known subsurface obstructions included buried utilities, old foundations, buried tanks and other possible buried debris. The goal of the assessment was to determine if hydrocarbons had leaked into the soil by conducting a borehole soil sampling program.Learn more
The Premier Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) Locating Tool in the market today
Acquire geo-reference data, create depth slices on-site and wirelessly export all information in formatted reports.
Unprecedented insights and target confidence. Detect traditionally non-locatable subsurface features:
- Non-metallic pipes, including PVC and asbestos cement
- Concrete storm and sewer systems
- Utilities where installed tracer wiring has failed
- Underground storage tanks and drainage tiles
- Septic system components
- Non-utility structures such as vaults, foundation walls and concrete pads
Ground-penetrating radar (GPR) is a geophysical method that uses radar pulses to image the subsurface.