GPRS Locates Reinforcing Steel

GPRS Michigan is commonly called to “x-ray” concrete slabs and walls. Contractors and engineers alike are now relying on ground penetrating radar to find rebar, electrical conduits, post-tension, and voids in concrete slabs instead of using radiation induced x-ray. The advantages of ground penetrating radar include faster data collection, only one side of the concrete needs accessed, and it’s safe to use around people and sensitive equipment.

Once GPRS arrives at your site, the setup time is quick and the results are immediate. It is not uncommon for a GPRS project manager to layout 30-40 hole locations in a single day. GPRS also has the capabilities to determine elevations of rebar, conduit, voids, utilities, and UST’s.

Contact John Kessinger direct at (734) 377-4551 if you need more information on ground penetrating radar services. He can also be reached at