Mt. Holly, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/12/2015 -- On a golf course with acres and acres of land, utilities can be difficult to locate underground and hard to find. It is important to know where the utilities are exactly located to avoid costly damages on the field during a construction project. This winter, golf course business owners can hire Atlantic Subsurface Imaging, LLC to perform underground locating services in the DE, NJ and PA area. The company can conduct underground mapping even in extremely cold weather conditions.
Golf courses that are planning to undergo an irrigation system improvement, remodel the course, or repair a pipe junction can rely on the trained professionals of Atlantic Subsurface Imaging, LLC to successfully locate utilities. The utilities are found using Ground Penetrating Radar technology that uses signal paths to detect objects below the surface. The equipment works effectively without causing damage to the course's greens or fairways.
It is beneficial for golf course owners to know where the drainage lines and irrigation pipes travel throughout the property so that future projects can be planned. Utility mapping allows underground systems to be located without destroying the fields by digging. Atlantic Subsurface Imaging, LLC has provided hundreds of golf courses with their ground penetrating radar throughout the DE area. After the mapping is finished, the golf course owners will be presented with the scanning data by a CAD drawing of the location or by marking the areas with survey flags.
For more information on golf course scanning services, please visit their website.
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/