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What Do Utilities Look Like With GPR?

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Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) is a non-destructive technology that uses electromagnetic waves to detect and image subsurface features such as buried utilities. GPR can provide valuable information on the location, size, and depth of utilities, making it an important tool for utility mapping and management. However, interpreting GPR data for utilities requires specialised knowledge and training, as several factors can impact the accuracy and reliability of the results.

Subsurface Utility Engineering

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Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE) is an essential process that accurately locates and maps underground utilities, preventing costly damages, and potential hazards to workers and the public. In this article, we explore the benefits of SUE, its process, techniques, and applications. By prioritising SUE, construction professionals can create safer and more efficient construction projects that comply with regulations, reduce risks, and save costs.