Recent Project Overviews
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – Sand resources for beach replenishment
Enviroprobe Service, Inc. conducted a marine resistivity survey as a supplemental investigative tool for the evaluation of borrow areas for sand resources.
LBI Resistivity Drawing File (AutoCAD)
Tetra Tech – Depth to bedrock studies utilizing a combination of seismic refraction & resistivity methods
Enviroprobe conducted both seismic refraction and DC electrical resistivity surveys over difficult terrains and collected data over 24 lines with about 20,000 linear feet in total. Below is the data from one of the lines.
Ocean & Coastal Consultants – Marine Electrical Resistivity Imaging (ERI)
Enviroprobe Service performed a subsurface and sub bottom soil characterization project at North Atlantic City Beach. The project included land DC resistivtiy, marine resistivity and sub bottom profiling surveys.
Marine Electrical Resistivity Imaging (ERI) Report
City of Camden – Utility Locating for Sewer Replacement Project
Enviroprobe Service performed a utility locating project over three phases for WRc/D&B, LLC. WRc/D&B was the engineer for the City of Camden. The project included a utility investigation of approximately 25,602 linear feet of street and public ROW. The suspect utilities were marked on-site and added to client provided CAD plans for the subject areas. Geophysical investigation tools included EM-61, GPR and RF pipe and cable locators. The three phases of work were performed between July of ’03 through August of ’04.
Bureau Veritas – Utility Investigation/Boring Clearing
Enviroprobe Service performed utility locating and boring clearing at various sites in the New York City, New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania areas.
Environ International – Utility Investigation/Boring Clearing
Enviroprobe Service performed utility locating and boring clearing at various sites throughout New York State, New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania.
New Jersey Transit – Buried Debris Investigation
Enviroprobe Service performed a buried debris investigation in a harbor area in Secaucus, NJ. An EM-31 was coupled to a DGPS and utilized to identify suspect debris areas in a harbor. The data was compiled in both In-phase and Quadrature plots for the identification of suspect buried debris.
CMX Engineering – Various Utility & UST Investigations
Enviroprobe Service, Inc. has performed various Geophysical projects including UST investigations and utility investigations. The projects performed including a utility investigation at the former Burlington City Water Works facility. The former Water Works facility was surveyed utilizing EM-61, GPR and RF pipe and Cable Locators. The EM-61 data was compiled into a conductivity plot and evaluated for suspect utilities.
Southeastern Transit Authority (SEPTA) – Conduit Locating
Enviroprobe Service, Inc. performed a concrete inspection project utilizing high-frequency radar to identify conduit in a concrete slab. The survey area was comprised of approximately 60,000 sq. ft. of concrete.
The RETEC Group – Utility Investigation/Boring Clearing
Enviroprobe Services performed utility locating and boring clearing at various sites in the New York City area. The New York City area projects were performed for ConEdison. The RETEC Group acted as the prime contractor ConEdison. Enviroprobe is included on ConEdison’s list of private utility mark-out contractors.
Underground Storage Tank (UST) Locating
Underground Void Detection: existing voids and potential collapsing hazards such as underground storage tanks and building foundations