Mt. Holly, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/20/2014 -- Based out of southern New Jersey, Atlantic Subsurface Imaging, LLC announces it is serving the New York area with its’ utility mapping services. Whether it is a site evaluation, construction project, new installation or excavation, it is highly recommended to know where utilities are located underground to avoid building interruptions and accidental damage. The company uses their high tech ground penetrating radars (GPR) to perform successful ground utility locating in the New York state.
Utility mapping can be done year round in the most difficult turf environments, even during the winter months. Atlantic Subsurface Imaging, LLC conducts utility mapping for New York contractors, state highway authorities, and engineers. The company can detect not just underground utilities, but also bedrock, debris and old foundations that may cause a construction hindrance. The locating equipment is portable, lightweight, easy to use and quick to set up so that construction plans can be initiated.
The advanced technology of GPR discovers utilities underground made from various materials, such as PVC, plastic, fiberglass and concrete. All types of utilities can be found, including pipes, tanks, and drums. The GPR technique uses 3-D viewing data for area analysis in a depth range of 0-4 meters. The instrument, which uses radio frequency energy to identify underground objects, is also approved by the Federal Communications Commission.
For more information on Atlantic Subsurface Imaging, LLC’s underground locating in New York, visit the website or contact the company at 609-297-5445.
About Atlantic Subsurface Imaging, LLC
Atlantic Subsurface Imaging, LLC features state-of-the-art equipment used for subsurface imaging and geophysical surveying. They use technology such as ground penetrating radar, bridge deck analysis, concrete scanning, utility locating and mapping, giving precise locations of subsurface materials. Headquartered in Mount Holly, Atlantic Subsurface Imaging serves New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York and Delaware.
To learn more, visit http://www.atlanticsubsurfaceimaging.com/