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GPRS of Albuquerque Images Concrete for Dangers at a Manufacturing Facility

In industrial building there can be several dangers hidden in the concrete that contractors or unaware of such as high voltage conduits or compressed air lines. This is why several industrial buildings are beginning to employ Ground Penetrating Radar Systems of Albuquerque to use their state of the art concrete imaging to locate these dangers. The highly professional technicians can locate any dangers in the concrete before saw cutting the concrete. The concrete scanning allows for the saw cutters to know exactly where the dangers are so they can be avoided. By avoiding these dangers they facility doesn’t risk shutting down the facility and sacrificing productivity and revenue.

GPRS of Albuquerque Images Concrete for Dangers at a Manufacturing Facility

The concrete investigating services that GPRS of Albuquerque provides are best the industry has to offer. This is due largely to the training and certification process each technician must complete, accompanied by the network of technicians whose knowledge base is far superior to any other investigating companies. GPRS of New Mexico only provides penetrating radar services because we understand that in order to provide a quality service it must be our soul focus; this explains why over 70% of our business is from repeat customers. If you are interested in avoiding unnecessary accidental shutdowns of your facility contact your local representative at sam.baldwin@gp-radar.com or 505-250-6742 to discuss how adding this service can help. Ground Penetrating Radar Systems of Albuquerque can locate dangers in any concrete in New Mexico, we have recently visited: Roswell, Alamogordo, Las Cruces and Santa Fe.


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