Concrete Scanning, GPR, & X-Ray in Los Angeles, CA

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Penhall Technologies Scanning Analyst Robert


  • Worked in construction since 2006
  • State certified electrician
  • OSHA 10, 30
  • 3 years working industrial maintenance
  • Loves fitness, fishing, and playing dominoes

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Ground penetrating radar equipment used to identify hazards before cutting

GPR Scanning in Hollywood CA
Penhall went out to a location in Hollywood, CA to do some concrete scanning using Ground Penetrating Radar. We successfully identified any hazards and avoided them when the concrete was cut.

Locating electrical conduit within a concrete slab

Locating electrical conduit within concrete slab
As you may know, all hospitals require scanning before doing anything at all to the concrete in the building. So, it was a good idea for a medical center located in Los Angeles, CA to hire Penhall to complete a scanning. Here, our analysts were able to locate and mark conduit before cutting into the concrete.

Using GPR to locate rebar and conduit in CMU wall

CMU wall scan to locate rebar and conduit
At a jobsite in Los Angeles, CA, we were tasked with scanning a CMU wall to locate any obstructions, including structural reinforcements and any utilities, in two areas before coring 12″ x 6′ holes.

Rebar and any obstructions in concrete are accurately marked

Ground penetrating radar finds rebar before drilling
Ground penetrating radar scanning was used at a site in Los Angeles, CA to examine two different areas that were 33′ x 33′. Penhall performed the concrete scanning in order to avoid rebar before having 4″ to 6″ diameter cores drilled.