Atlantic Subsurface Imaging Is Now Doing Golf Course Scanning - Irrigation And Drainage Mapping

With the recent weather patterns and how drastically it is changing, golf courses need to stay on top of their grounds in order to keep the course in working shape. Atlantic Subsurface Imaging is now helping golf courses scan for irrigation, drainage mapping, and utility locating in New York.

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(PRWEB) November 29, 2012

With the recent weather patterns and how drastically it is changing, golf courses need to stay on top of their grounds in order to keep the course in working shape. Atlantic Subsurface Imaging is now helping golf courses scan for irrigation, drainage mapping, and utility locating in New York.

Whether a course is planning to remodel, improve their irrigation system, or locate a pipe junction for replacement, it is very important to make sure that a person has an accurate map of the courses underground utilities. Using Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) technology, Atlantic Subsurface Imaging can go around the course without being destructive to locate and find irrigation and drainage lines under the courses greens and fairways. Some other utilities such as electric gas can be found all without digging or plumping. GPR is a method that uses radar pulses to image the surface. This method is non-destructive and uses electromagnetic radiation and detects the reflected signals from surface structures. GPR is used in a variety of media including rock, soil, ice, fresh water, pavements and concretes. GPR detects objects, changes in material, and voids.

Depending on client requirements, Atlantic Subsurface Imaging can compile data found in ground penetrating radar in New York and present it either by marking key points of the underground lines with survey flags, or by building a comprehensive CAD drawling showing the location and depth of the underground lines in relation to Subsurface features using Subsurface imaging in New York.

About Atlantic Subsurface Imaging, LLC:
Atlantic Subsurface Imaging offers three main types of GPR services. These are: Concrete Scanning, Utility Location, and Bridge Deck Analysis. Concrete Scanning is used to find obstacles buried inside concrete structures. Utility Location is used to locate obstacles and utilities buried underground or under man-made structures such as slabs, roads, runways, and buildings. Bridge Deck Analysis is used to determine the condition of aging bridge decks for repair work as well as to verify new construction.
For more information contact http://atlanticsubsurfaceimaging.com


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