GPR technology is an awesome tool for anyone in the construction industry or looking to strengthen their municipal infrastructure. Why does GPR technology offer so many benefits to anyone working on a construction project? Here are some of its many benefits!
Stay on Schedule
Keeping a construction project on schedule is not an easy task, and many construction projects are delayed because of unexpected problems that pop up along the way. GPR scanning can help identify potential problems before they ever become major headaches or manifest. Many unforeseen problems were actually totally avoidable, and the lines that were severed accidentally or the sinkhole that was far beneath the ground could have been detected and repaired using GPR technology. Stay on schedule during your construction project by using GPR scanning.
Stay on Budget
One of the worst downsides of an interrupted schedule is a ballooning budget. The more time that you spend correcting issues (and the more money you spend correcting those issues), the higher the budget for your project will climb. If you commit a major error by skipping GPR scanning, like cutting the power to a certain area, you might also be on the hook for paying other businesses for the loss of business. The investment made in GPR scanning almost always is earned back in many different ways.
Stay on Task
GPR scanning can detect objects embedded deep in concrete surfaces, whether you are scanning for power lines or utility lines. Accidentally cutting a line can completely derail your project for weeks. In order to stay on task and keep your construction momentum, you should always invest in GPR scanning of the area to thoroughly map out lines and issues beforehand.
GPR Scanning with Concrete Visions
Concrete Visions has over 12 years of experience and expertise in concrete scanning and we know how to detect any problems lurking beneath the surface. We use ground penetrating radar accurately and expertly and are familiar in many other methods that can be used when appropriate like concrete x-ray and electromagnetic conductivity. We are also very familiar with the latest construction safety techniques and train all of our workers to do their work quickly, accurately, and safely. If you would like to learn more about how we can help you, give is a call at (410) 766-2210 or visit us online. For more articles and tips, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google+.