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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.

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Seattle Utility Locating Projects that Penhall Worked On

1. Penhall performs private locates to find additional lines that were previously unknown to customer

private locates utility line locatorIn early May Penhall was asked to come to a site in Federal Way, Washington that consisted of two corners of private property on either side of a busy intersection. The focus of the contractor’s project was to do directional boring under the roadway, crossing from one side to the other. On one of the corners is a gas station and there was great concern about what might be present between the surface and 6 feet deep below. Utilizing the GSSI 3000 and 400MHz antenna in the 3 wheeled cart, several linear features were able to be located and marked for the customer that did not coincide with the locates done on the public portion of the properties. At lease two of the located targets led towards electrical features (signs, etc.) that didn’t provide access for a direct connect with the use of the RD 7000 (which uses electormagnetic detection) which in turn required GPR to be used. All of the located targets were marked directly on the asphalt within the desired scan areas.

2. Determine where water leak may be through gpr scanning

determine where water leak may be through gpr scanningA customer in western Washington needed help identifying a potential leak in water lines at their private residence.We were able to locate and mark the lines and narrowed down an area that appeared to be where the leak existed. They were able to avoid added expense of digging through their entire asphalt driveway and concrete garage floor.

3. Identify the location of utilities before undergoing construction

locate water line on private propertyIn Enumclaw, WA, a customer asked Penhall to locate a PVC pipe that was serving his house and barn from a well pump house.  He was planned to extend a pole building and needed to know the location of the pipe before construction could begin to avoid any costly damage.

4. Before undergoing excavation, ensure safety by locating utilities

Identify subsurface hazards before excavationAt an EPA Superfund site in Tumwater, WA, Penhall was asked to locate and mark utilities in an area where intrusive or excavation work was planned.

5. Locate utility conflicts in subgrade surface prior to installing ground rods

Locate utility conflicts in subgrade surface prior to installing ground rodsIn Quincy, WA, we performed a utility survey to locate utility conflicts in subgrade surface prior to installation of ground rods.  Our GPR Analyst scanned six 5’x5′ areas to locate and mark the lines in order for the rods to be placed in locations that were free from hazards.