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February 18, 2015

We are proud to announce that Enviroprobe Service, Inc. will be a sponsor of 3rd Annual Southwest Florida Brownfield Symposium. As a company providing drilling and geophysical services for more than 20 years, being a sponsor of the symposium is our continuing effect to support environmental communities.

The symposium is to be held on March 20, 2015 in Fort Myers, FL. Its goal is to assist you in putting your Brownfield puzzle together as you thrive towards economic enrichment through redevelopment. There will be a diverse group of volunteer speakers with a wide range of...

February 15, 2015

Ground penetrating radar (GPR) has many applications. One of its applications in engineering is to delineate lateral extents of footings for bridges, buildings and other structures. Design and as-built plans are not always available when needed and a GPR survey could provide valuable information about the footings in a non-destructive and efficient way.

The GPR profile below shows a concrete footing with reinforcement. The top of the footing was about 3' underneath a concrete floor. The GPR profile was collected next to a steel supporting structure.

February 13, 2015

"The ground is snow covered, is it OK for the GPR survey?" This is a very common question from our clients. Ground penetrating radar (GPR) actually works well through snow or ice. Below is a GPR profile showing an underground storage tank (UST) with ground covered by about 4 to 6" of snow. The located UST was marked on-site as in the picture to the right.

Although snow or ice on the ground surface wouldn't block GPR signals, it's not a favorable working condition for some types of GPR surveys, such as those searching for underground utilities. A GPR designed for undergro...

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