Ground Penetrating Radar
Ground-penetrating radar (GPR) can be a useful tool for many survey types such as geophysical and archaeological but there is a common misconception about its use it utility surveys. GPR is part of a utility survey but a GPR survey is not comparable to a utility survey.
Only once we have exhausted all electromagnetic location (EML) utility survey methods, we then confirm our results and look for undetected targets using GPR.
GPR surveys are always used in conjunction with a traditional EML survey, GPR is a great tool but has it's limitations and is there to compliment our other services rather than a standalone product when concerning utilities.
We use a variety of GPR's and have access to equipment should for any scenario no matter how large the area.