Utility Locating Technology

We use cable and pipe locator technology to detect metallic and conductive wires and pipes; ground-penetrating radar (GPR) to detect conductive, metallic, non-metallic, non-conductive, inaccessible, or abandoned utilities or other potential anomalies; and magnetometer technology to detect utilities composed of ferrous metals.

Cable & Pipe Locator Technology Cable & Pipe Locator Technology
Cable and pipe locator technology, which is comprised of both a transmitter and hand-held receiver, is used as our primary utility locating tool. This technology can be harnessed in six different ways to find a variety of underground utilities. Learn More...

Ground-Penetrating Radar (GPR) Technology Ground-Penetrating Radar (GPR) Technology
GPR technology, in conjunction with the GSSI UtilityScan package, can be used to detect underground utilities incapable of being detected with the cable and pipe locator technology. Learn More...

Magnetometer Technology Magnetometer Technology
Magnetometer technology can be used to search for abandoned ferrous underground utilities or underground storage tanks (USTs) when GPR cannot be performed because of obstructions, encumbrances, or geophysical limitations. Learn More...