Since humanity first realized the wealth of natural resources waiting to be tapped beneath our feet, we have sought out ways to track, locate and identify potential treasures and hazards lurking underground. The most obvious way to do this was through the use of canny observation paired with brute force,
When it comes to locating unmarked utilities beneath the ground’s surface, knowing the precise location and depth can make the difference between a smooth, successful project and a potentially deadly, fractious pain in the neck. Anyone who’s spent any time at all on a construction site knows the obstructions
At Safe2Core Inc., we know a thing or two about concrete coring. Over the years, we’ve been on many a job, from small show-and-go projects to huge industrial project campuses. We take a lot of pride in our experience and the service we provide to meet the needs of every client we have. But we also have a sense of humor about our work
When Antonio Guzman used his first ground-penetrating radar on a construction site, he didn’t know it was going to lead him to entrepreneurship and a lifelong passion for safe, effective construction inspection technologies. Soon after his first experience, Antonio was able to leverage his construction experience and interest in GPR
S2C Texas Inc. is broadening our reach and bringing our capacity for nondestructive forensic concrete scanning Austin residents can trust to San Antonio, TX, the state capitol and surrounding areas. Our ground penetrating radar (GPR) concrete
Concrete Scanning Using GPR to Save Your Firm Time and Money As construction processes, equipment and techniques evolve, technology plays an ever-increasing role in the efficiency, safety, and efficacy of modern construction. One major advance is the use of...
As construction processes, equipment and techniques evolve, technology plays an ever-increasing role in the efficiency, safety, and efficacy of modern construction. One major advance is the use of ground-penetrating radar (GPR). These devices are often used to locate reinforcing steel members such as rebar