Vermont's preferred Private Utility Locators
Rapid Response - Nationwide Service
With over 300 Project Managers, strategically stationed in every major market and city across the United States, GPRS has an unmatched nationwide service network that makes it quick and easy to find an expert Project Manager in any potential customer’s area. GPRS ensures they can reach your location within 24 to 48 hours of contact to solve all and any of your utility locating needs. Contact GPRS for information, pricing and scheduling needs.
WHAT UTILITIES CAN GPRS LOCATE?
UNDERGROUND PRIVATE UTILITY LOCATING & MAPPING
UNDERGROUND PRIVATE UTILITY LOCATING & MAPPING
Private Utility Locating in Vermont
GPRS’ private utility locating services are meant to give your excavation team a detailed picture of what utility lines lie beneath the surface of your job site. To ensure the overall timely success of the job, utility detection is critical to any construction project where subsurface excavation is planned. If ignored, budget overruns multiply, your schedule turns chaotic and there’s risk of injuries taking place on your job site. The standard is one-call (811) utility locating, a state-sponsored public service that is required for every project. However, the scope of this service is limited to areas that only serve the public’s interest.
To achieve the complete success you're looking for, you’ll want to connect with an expert private service provider like GPRS.
GROUND PENETRATING RADAR SERVICES
EXCELLENT TRAINING AND OUTSTANDING SERVICE
GPRS of Vermont
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems LLC, is the nation’s largest company specializing in the detection of underground utilities, video pipe inspection, and the scanning of concrete structures. GPRS has an extensive nationwide network of highly trained and experienced project managers in every major U.S. market.
When clients hire GPRS, they have the peace of mind of knowing that they have the most reliable scanning technology on their job site and they'll receive the assistance of a project manager who can provide them with the most accurate data. For over a decade, GPRS has been the industry leader by providing outstanding service and cutting edge technology, keeping projects on time, reducing safety risks, and putting our relationships with our clients before profit.
WHY WE DO WHAT WE DO?
Subsurface Investigation in Vermont
It goes without saying that the construction industry can improve in damage prevention. The main culprit of line strikes is the lack of proper ground disturbance policies and dig permits. Here at GPRS, we believe that the construction industry can get closer to achieving 100% subsurface damage prevention by implementing the Subsurface Investigation Methodology Specification or SIM. In 2019, GPRS saw an accuracy rate of over 99.8% on 72,000 concrete scanning and utility locating projects while using the SIM process. While this leads the locating industry, we are still not satisfied with these amazing results.
We will continue to pursue all avenues of technology, training and methodology in order to deliver this goal of safety for our clients. GPRS is in pursuit of 100% subsurface damage prevention, will you join us?
When deciding who to hire for utility location, concrete scanning, 3D laser scanning and video pipe inspection, why not hire the top rated and best? Unlike countless companies that offer multiple services, at Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, we focus on a single task. That is our sole focus! We specialize in utility locating and our experience and expertise is second to none!
Safety and quality is our main focus, so much so, that we built our own training center where every GPRS project manager is required to complete an extensive training program before they can perform field services on your job site. Our staff includes a full time training and safety director to make sure all of our project managers are skilled in operating our equipment with high levels of competence and confidence, while always being diligent about performing our duties safely.
GPRS was one of the first companies in the country to focus on concrete scanning and utility locating, primarily using ground penetrating radar (GPR). Since we started in September, 2001, we have built a nationwide network of offices with staff strategically placed in every major metropolitan area in the United States. Since our founding, we have worked on some of the largest and most significant construction projects in the country. We stay busy: On average, each of our project managers perform 300 jobs per year.
We are the best at what we do because it is all we do. When you are faced with the need to know what lies below the surface.
Contact the nation’s best utility and concrete scanning company. Your project’s success could depend on it!
FEATURED PROJECTS IN the Vermont area
GPRS provides private utility locating, leak detection, CCTV video pipe inspection, and concrete scanning throughout the state of Pennsylvania. GPRS provides subsurface obstruction location and analysis to keep construction and excavation projects on time, on budget, and safe. Prevent subsurface damage and avoid striking gas communication, water, sewer, or electrical lines. Schedule a project with us today!
Ground Penetrating Radar Systems was recently called by a local contractor to a building renovation project. The scope of work was to identify and mark any conduits that may be cut during saw cutting. The contractor needed to avoid damaging any conduits so they would not waste time or money repairing them.
GPRS was contracted by a general contractor to perform a post video inspection of multiple storm lines that were installed. GPRS was able to locate each storm line at the site as well as create a detailed non-survey/engineering CAD deliverable and google earth overlay site map of the area. Get your spring planning started today!
A Detroit contractor needed to locate the public utilities at one of their project sites. They wanted to drill soil borings around a gas station for soil testing. They wanted to do this without drilling into and damaging any underground utilities within the area, which could shut off power to a gas pump, or cause a gas leak, as well as potentially harming a worker in the area.