Ground Penetrating Services in Cincinnati, Ohio

Ground Penetrating Radar Experts GPRS

Ground Penetrating Radar locates man-made objects underground and can accurately and nondestructively see through solid materials.

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Ground Penetrating Radar Systems, LLC. is Cincinnati, Ohio’s largest company specializing in the use of Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) and the detection of underground utilities and the scanning of concrete structures.

GPRS has a team of highly trained and experienced Scan technicians ready to service whatever project you may have.

When clients hire GPRS, they have the peace of mind of knowing that they have the most reliable concrete scanning technology on their job site and they'll receive the assistance of a technician who can provide them with the most accurate data. For nearly two decades, 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.

For more information about the services Ground Penetrating Radar Services offers, click here to read the GPRS Overview.

Before you begin your construction or digging project, please contact your local GPRS sales representative.

Jared Malone

Mitch Streight

Toledo, OH

Columbus, OH




Featured Concrete Scanning Story

Concrete Scanning Technology Used To Locate Rebar

When a contractor needed to verify that there was no rebar in the concrete in the area where they wanted to core drill they called Ground Penetrating Radar Systems. GPRS marked the Rebar directly onto the surface and since there is no radiation involved the occupied building didn’t need to be cleared of any workers.

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Featured Utility Locating Story

Utility Locating Prior to Soil Boring

Ground Penetrating Radar Systems was recently called by an environmental firm to locate any utilities prior to soil boring. The contractor was working within a gas pipeline facility, and risked hitting several utilities. Some of these lines are critical to the operation of the facility, and could have major repair costs, or cause serious injury if they are struck.

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