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Penhall Technologies provides utility locating, employing both electromagnetic induction (EMI) and ground penetrating radar (GPR) for privately owned property. We can identify and locate subsurface hazards and obstructions existing in the ground. Reduce the risk and help ensure the safety of your next project by contacting Penhall Technologies for your private utility locating needs.
Penhall performs pipe locating service underneath pool deck in preparation for pool upgrade
For a large luxury apartment complex in downtown Austin, Penhall Technologies, a private utility company was asked to locate pipes underneath the pool deck. We were able to successfully locate the pipes, allowing the the general contractor to safely move on with their project in time to open the pool for summer.
Locate pipe, electrical lines, and other vital utilities before undergoing pool installation
A homeowner in Dripping Springs, TX requested Penhall, a private utility company, to locate pipes, electrical lines and other utilities in preparation for installing a pool in their backyard. Our GPR Analyst was able to locate and mark all the needed underground lines to ensure no vital lines were cut when trenching.
Private locator uses ground penetrating radar to perform gas line locating
At a school in Round Rock, Texas, Penhall Technologies was asked to identify subsurface gas lines. We used GPR to successfully locate the line keeping the job on schedule and on budget.
Locating existing utilities before updating plumbing system for apartment complex
A plumbing company needed underground utilities identified and marked prior to updating plumbing for an apartment complex in Austin, Texas. Penhall has successfully assisted the plumbing company to locate all the underground pipe system.
At Penhall Technologies, we are proud to have a “zero-accident” culture while providing best-quality work. Some concrete services that are available at our company: Concrete Scanning, Utility Locating, and X-ray Imaging.