A Geophysical Investigation is the application of a variety of non-intrusive and/or intrusive tools to gather information about the physical properties of the subsurface of a subject property. Information provided by these tools can be applied to locate buried objects (i.e. underground storage tanks), to determine geologic and hydrogeologic conditions, and, occasionally, to locate residual or floating product. Ground-penetrating radar (GPR) is a geophysical method that uses radar pulses to image the subsurface.
GCE uses the newest non-invasive subsurface technology and training to provide the safest and most accurate methods for locating underground utilities, storage tanks and anomalies.