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Finding all manner of things buried on your plot

You won't find the spectacular remains of a Roman settlement buried on your plot all that often. But what you may well find is pipes, tanks, containers, cables and other unwanted objects buried right there where they are most unexpected and most certainly unwanted.

We use geo-radar as a quick and economical method of examining plots of land, building sites and abandoned industrial sites with respect to such "foreign bodies" and/or natural deposits such as stratum formations, cavities and ground water table. The geo-radar results can be used as part of a detailed site survey, brownfield survey or preliminary site investigation and often make further examinations unnecessary.

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What is geo-radar?

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Geo-radar is based on an electromagnetic impulse echo method, which can detect discontinuities in the targeted area. By driving over the plot with the geo-radar the most various structures of all sizes can be recognised. For example, pipes become visible even when hidden beneath streets and pavements consisting of several construction layers 

Using this non-destructive investigation method, we can recognise irregularities in the subsoil quickly and easily and therefore investigate them more precisely. We give you our detailed opinion in a preliminary survey or risk assessment, depending on the nature of the deposits found. This can often avoid the need for further expensive investigations.

This method can obviously also be used to detect supply pipes and drains. Results can be compared with available pipe and drain plans and these documents updated as necessary.

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