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Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) is typically used to delineate shallow subsurface structures, commonly in urban or industrial environments.

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GPR uses high-frequency electromagnetic radiation which provides high resolution, making the method particularly useful in identifying near surface structures and objects.  It is a non-destructive technique and suitable for:

  • Location of utilities (water, power, communications)
  • Testing structures and pavements
  • Locating buried structures
  • Studying soils and bedrock

Due to its reliability, efficiency and non-destructive nature the technique is ideal for identifying potential hazards prior to drilling or excavation operations.