GPR Locating

Ground Penetrating Radar

an isometric scene of a worker scanning the ground for underground utilities

through all surfaces


Underground Utility Locating

Finding buried lines

GPR, or Ground Penetrating Radar, uses radar pulses to scan below the surface of the ground. This testing method is non-destructive and can detect buried utility lines, pipes and more.

By sending high-frequency electromagnetic waves into surfaces, GPR records any reflections that return from the subsurface. After analyzing these reflections, it will create a 3D image of the underground area which is used to identify locations of buried objects.


Why working with the experts is important.

Our highly trained technicians perform an in-depth site inspection.  You can be certain that all of the necessary steps were taken to locate existing public underground utilities, known private utilities, and unknown utilities without surface indicators like fiber or storage tanks. 

cones and markers showing where a utility line is