Underground Solution

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Highway improvement projects meet their transportation goals when design can proceed with no constraints. It is important to consider for underground utilities during the project development process, including where in the process the utility impacts are assessed and relocation decisions made.

Information obtained from public records or asset owner sometimes lacks critical information or accurate enough for project planning and execution. In addition, depth information is almost never available. sometimes, the information on past utilities has never been documented in systematic manner. There it was felt a need to gather the primary data, and prepare an accurate and precise location map. This not only provides great insight to the subsurface conditions, but eliminates the unknown variables and contingencies designers face everyday.

Equipped with high end Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) system integrated with software for data management, BPC INDIA is capable of acquiring geo-reference data of utilities along with depth slices on-site, instant report and information of on-metallic pipes, including PVC and asbestos cement, Concrete storm and sewer systems, Utilities where installed tracer wiring has failed, Underground storage tanks and drainage tiles, Septic system components, Non-utility structures such as vaults, foundation walls and concrete pads.

This can also be used to the following services:

  • Determine Pavement Layer Thickness
  • Estimate Material Properties
  • Identify Stripping Zones within Asphalt
  • Detect Subsurface Voids
  • Analyze Rutting Mechanisms
  • Detect Subsurface Anomalies
  • Bridge Deck Delamination

Location and evaluation of buried structures including utilities, foundations, reinforcing bars, cavities, tombs, archaeological artifacts, location of buried engineering structures and underground storage tanks. Subsurface mapping for cables, pipes and other buried structures prior to trench-less operations.

The application often determines the depth of penetration the user will need, as well as the resolution, which represents the overall detail of the data. Users who need data from different depth ranges, who want more comprehensive data, and who have broader needs require multi-frequency systems. Users who are locating specific objects within one depth range will only require single-frequency systems.

Sector & Industry
  • Highway
  • Steel Pant
  • Bridge & Flyover
  • Power & Energy
  • Waterway
  • Smart City
  • Industrial Park
  • Forest & Environment
  • Tunnel
  • Mining & Minerals
  • Irrigation
  • Defence
  • Oil & Gas
  • Port & Harbour
  • Railway

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