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Bridge Scan – Santa Fe, New Mexico

Bridge Scan – Santa Fe, NM

The structural integrity of roadway bridges is crucial to the safety of the motorists who drive these roadways daily. Ground Penetrating Radar Systems of Albuquerque was contracted by Terracon to identify the rebar in the St. Francis Bridge in Santa Fe prior to anchor drilling. The technician on site was able to mobilize quickly to the job site and map all the rebar in the bridge supports. GPRS of Albuquerque provided the construction team on site with the precise location and depths of the rebar which allowed them to safely drill into the concrete supports without damaging the reinforcing steel, preserving the structural integrity of the bridge.

Nondestructive x-ray is a new technology that provides instant results and does not emit any harmful radiation. Concrete imaging technology can be deployed quickly by a trained technician and interpreted as the data is being collected providing answers for the questions you have. This new technology is very portable allowing for scans to be performed in several areas in a short amount of time. Ground Penetrating Radar Systems of Albuquerque only uses the most advanced technology ensuring you get the most accurate information available. GPRS Inc. technicians are trained and certified in the use and interpretation of sonar imaging data. This ensures you get the best equipment and the best people and the best information the industry has to offer. For more information about Concrete imaging and how Ground Penetrating Radar Systems of Albuquerque can assist you, contact your local representative at or 505-250-6742. GPRS of Albuquerque can perform this type of survey in any part of New Mexico especially in Santa Fe, Taos, Alamogordo and Las Cruces.

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