tony@structurescan.ca 204-777-6590

Use GPR for Concrete Evaluations & Save Money!

GPR Saves $1.8 Million in Damage Prevention!!!

That’s what two of Structure Scan Inc.’s GPR (Ground Penetrating Radar) full-time technicians saved our customers last year, by pre-marking electrical conduits embedded in concrete before cutting.

Estimate $1000 per conduit repair.

Millions more were saved by identifying and confirming other key structural components.
This is just one way the information we provide by using non-destructive GPR techniques for concrete infrastructure evaluations saves you money.

Need to know more about your slab?
You would be surprised at the information we can extract from GPR data
about your slab/pile/beam/column etc. We provide these answers daily:

  • Rebar placement and concrete cover
  • The depth dowelled into the adjoining slab
  • Slab thickness
  • Detect voids and cavitation under the slab
  • Confirm and identify structural components embedded in concrete
  • Pile and grade beam placement
  • Determine if cinder block walls are hollow or filled with concrete
  • Locate post-tension cables
  • Find the hollows in pre-tensioned, pre-cast, hollow-core panels without removing the topping/carpet

These are just a few examples of the information we provide our customers on a daily basis. Whether you are in the planning, construction or post construction stage, Structure Scan can help.

Our technicians are full-time, trained GPR technicians.
We are COR and ISN current.
We carry $10 million commercial liability and E&O insurance.

We are committed to providing you with the most accurate information in a timely, professional and cost-effective manner.

Book a FREE session with Tony
and discover the cost saving benefits of GPR.

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Ground Penetrating Radar helps avoid costly mistakes and workplace interruptions.

Structure Scan provides ground penetrating radar services in Canada.
Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Western Ontario and Nunavut.