Identifying hidden voids at an early stage is a fundamental requirement for any engineering project. We use Ground Probing Radar (GPR) as a high-resolution geophysical method for investigating underground structure.
GPR benefits, include:
- Provides clear information about the presence of subsurface voids, often at a fraction of the cost of traditional (intrusive) methods.
- Helps detect buried voids which present serious hazards and can impede construction operations, causing delays and cost overruns.
- Avoids the sudden collapse of a void beneath a road, or under a property which can lead to serious accidents, and extensive structural damage.
- Presents survey results in an engineering-compatible format that is easy for the client to comprehend.
Ground Probing Radar is considered the most useful application for the accurate and non-intrusive location of hidden voids. With GPR data in hand, you can avoid costly and time consuming mishaps in the future.