3 Key Advantages Of Using Ground Penetrating Radar For Construction Surveys

Ground penetrating radar (GPR) is a type of geophysical technique that uses electromagnetic radiation to image the subsurface. It has many applications in construction surveys, including locating buried pipes and utilities, mapping foundations and floors, determining groundwater depth and investigating construction defects. GPR is often used as an alternative to traditional methods like digging trenches and boreholes or using expensive equipment such as ground-penetrating tomography. GPR can be used in urban areas where digging or boring is not possible because of cost or environmental concerns. Read More