Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) is a noninvasive and cost-effective method for locating underground private utilities, structures, and anomalies which, if struck during excavation, can lead to costly damages and project delays, including underground storage tanks (UST), septic systems, old building foundations voids, and sinkholes.

For example, if a UST and any associated contamination are encountered during excavation, it may require removal, soil testing, and stockpiling of contaminated soil or pumping out contaminated water, all of which lead to construction delays and cost overruns.

While GPR provides maximum precision for land surveying, environmental studies, and construction and re-construction projects, it can have limitations, making it critical to contract with an experienced and trusted provider of private utility and subsurface structure locating services. Blood Hound has been preventing costly damages and project delays for more than 20 years. Our experienced and highly trained technicians are equipped with the most current and advanced technologies and offer a broad range of services to effectively mitigate all underground risks to your project schedule and budget. Give us a call today at 888.858.9830 to learn more.