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Radiant Heat Mapping Project in Vail, COConcrete Slab Scanned for Heating Tubes - Vail, Colorado

Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, LLC. (GPRS) was called to scan an area of an existing slab in Vail. The general contractor wanted to know the location of all of the radiant heating tubes to ensure that the tubes were not struck droning the cutting and coring of the slab. Using ground penetrating radar, GPRS found all of the tubing in the designated area and can be seen in the picture below. With the information presented, the general contractor was able to continue with the construction process and avoided having to replace the existing radiant heating system.

GPRS of Colorado is one of the most trusted utility locating companies because of its highly trained and dedicated technicians. Ground Penetrating Radar Systems only performs electromagnetic investigations such as GPR and is on hundreds of job sites per year. This provides our technicians with a wealth of knowledge when it comes to locating private utilities since it’s the most requested service that we perform. If you would like to learn more about ground imaging or have GPRS speak at your office contact your local representative today at or 303-656-6536. GPRS Inc has several offices all over the mountain region of the United States such as: Albuquerque NM, Kansas City MO, Denver CO, Salt Lake City, UT, and Wyoming.

GPR Used to Locate Reinforcement – Vail, CO

Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, of Denver, CO was contacted by a contractor to locate reinforcement within a concrete slab. The client was looking to determine how much weight the concrete slab could hold for the installation of heavy equipment on the unknown concrete slab. The customer was also then looking to core drill holes through the concrete slab and did not wish to strike any reinforcement in the process. For a project like this, GPRS is able to determine several key factors of the concrete slab such as: reinforcement spacing, reinforcement depth, slab depth, and approximate reinforcement size in the concrete. GPRS arrived on site without delay using digital concrete imaging utilizing ground penetrating radar to map out the contents of the slab to determine how to best proceed with this part of their project.

Ground Penetrating Radar Systems specializes in ground penetrating radar service and is our primary source of revenue. With that in mind, the amount of experience and specialization of subsurface imaging and investigations as well as a nationwide network of technicians; GPRS is unrivaled in the ground penetrating dadar industry. GPRS can supply your project with the safest and most accurate ground penetrating radar service in the business. Your safety and job effiency is our main goal at Ground Penetrating Radar Systems.

GPR Used to Locate Reinforcement – Vail, CO

If you are interested in learning more about our subsurface imaging capabilities or other Ground Penetrating Radar applications such as determining the contents of a concrete slab or block wall for a structural investigation, locating Underground Storage Tanks (USTs), clearing boring locations of possible Utilities for soil samples, Void Detection or even graveyard mapping; don’t hesitate to contact us for a demo or lunch and learn – let us buy your team lunch so we can tell you more about our company and what we can offer your company and projects. Ground Penetrating Radar Systems has an office local in Denver, CO serving all of Colorado and Wyoming as well as local offices in Salt Lake City UT, Albuquerque NM, Phoenix AZ, Omaha NE, and Kansas City. Ground Penetrating Radar Systems also has offices in nearly every major city in the United States. Contact Ryan Shannon (Project Manager) at 303.913.8630 or today to schedule an appointment or free demo or if you have any inquiries. Visit for more information on how we can serve you with the many applications of GPR.

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