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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.
In preparation for a new waste bin installation, ensure that all utilities are located to avoid any hits
At a downtown San Diego hotel, Penhall Technologies performed utility locating on (5) 15’x20′ areas in preparation for new waste bin installations. We completed the survey and provided the customer with a written field report.
Locate private utility lines to ensure safety when undergoing tree removal
Penhall Technologies performed private utility locating on approximately 40 square feet at a private Carlsbad residence. Gas lines were located and marked prior to the removal of two trees.
Identify utilities in a large parking lot prior to installing overhead lighting
At a veterans Hospital in La Jolla, Penhall Technologies performed utility locating on (150) locations at an outdoor parking area prior to core drilling holes to support overhead lighting. Penhall Technologies used a two-man team to execute the project.
Ground penetrating radar used to locate utilities and coduit before core drilling
In (6) 24′ x 24′ areas a customer planned to drill (30) holes through concrete. In order to execute the project safely and avoid costly damages, Penhall Technologies conducted a utility survey and marked all conduits in and below the slab.
Conducting a land survey to locate any buried utilities that may have been installed by previous owners
A homeowner called Penhall Technologies to have their four acres of land surveyed to locate utilities that were installed by previous owners. The survey was completed in (4) days and all underground utilities were marked and a written field report also summarized the findings for the customer.
Avoid hitting electrical, gas, or communication lines when undergoing a relocation of light posts
A university campus recreation center planned to install more cost-efficient lighting on both the tennis courts and pool deck. In preparation for the relocation of the light posts, underground utility locating was performed to safely avoid any electrical, gas, or communication lines. All found lines were marked and communicated with the customer.