Utility Detection & Mapping

  • Electronic trial hole

    Site photo showing the survey marks for an "electronic trial hole"

  • Example Radar image with annotation

    Example Radar image with annotation

  • Utility drawing detail

    Cropped example of underground utility data overlaid on to clients topographical survey

Employing the latest non-invasive techniques to detect position and provide depth information on pipes, cables and drainage services.

Utilising conventional cable location tools such as electro-detection equipment, we also employ Ground Penetrating Radar techniques to locate plastic pipes, voids, fibre optics and other underground anomalies.

The saying that the equipment is only as good as the operator is especially true in this field of work, we feel that our staff are at the top of their profession and have accumulated a considerable wealth of knowledge after years of experience. Combined with using leading edge equipment, we know that we can provide a service that offers confidence, clarity and value for money on your project.

With our non invasive techniques, we can supply the same information as conventional excavation methods but without the disruption and exposure to NRSWA related requirements and the costs that these activities carry.

Surveys can be employed for tracing of all types of utilities in a number of ways,

  • For the identification of a clear route when installing a new service
  • For tracing one particular utility
  • As an Electronic Trial Hole.

The applications are varied and can be tailored to your needs.

Buried utility information can be provided as a simple mark out on the ground, or colour coded data overlaid on to your topographical plans or as a full topographical survey incorporating our positional findings.


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