Our Mission

At Precision GPR, we are dedicated to delivering accurate and reliable data to our customers in order to prevent a wide range of damages, including personal injury, compromised structural integrity, utility damage, and damage to reputation. We understand the importance of safe and efficient construction practices, and we are committed to providing our clients with the information they need to avoid costly and dangerous mistakes.

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Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) is a non-destructive surveying method that investigates the subsurface. GPR equipment transmits electromagnetic waves into the subsurface, and the interaction of the waves with the subsurface is received back to the unit. Our highly trained operators interpret the data generated by the interaction between electromagnetic waves and the subsurface. This data reveals the presence of elements such as rebar, conduits, voids, post-tension cables, and other buried utilities, which are then marked on the surface in a clear and easily understandable manner. These marks indicate the precise location of these elements, making it easy to identify areas where work such as cutting or drilling can be safely performed.
// Why Choose Us

See Beyond with 3D Concrete Scanning

By using state-of-the-art equipment and software, we can create a detailed 3D image of the concrete surface, allowing you to view internal features such as rebar, post-tension cables, and other embedded objects.

Danger Detected

Danger Detected, Damage Prevented

Concrete scanning is a specialized application of Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) that is used to identify potential hazards and avoid dangers during construction or renovation projects involving concrete structures. By using GPR, concrete scanning can detect and locate rebar, post-tension cables, conduits, and other embedded objects within concrete. This information can be used to identify potential hazards before drilling, cutting, or coring into concrete, which can prevent damage to the structures.



Damages caused by cutting or drilling through subsurface elements can damage a contractor’s reputation and lead to the loss of future business opportunities. Utilizing GPR scanning prior to cutting or drilling can demonstrate a commitment to safety and professionalism, enhancing a contractor’s reputation and increasing opportunities for future business.



Concrete scanning with GPR can help prevent structural damage when drilling or cutting by providing a non-invasive way to detect potential hazards and plan activities accordingly. By avoiding damage to embedded objects, weak areas, and ensuring the correct depth of drilling or cutting, the integrity of the concrete structure can be preserved.



GPR can detect the presence and location of reinforcing steel and post-tensioning cables within concrete. This information can help prevent personal injury by ensuring that workers do not accidentally drill or cut into these objects, which can cause serious harm.



GPR can also be used to locate utilities such as electrical and plumbing lines that may be buried beneath the concrete. This information can help prevent personal injury by ensuring that workers do not accidentally hit these lines while working, which can cause electrocution or other hazards.