Georadar, or GPR (Ground Penetrating Radar), is a ground research technology that dates back to the beginning of the mid-twentieth century. Since then, it has been improved especially in the field of data processing. It is the most universal method of subsurface detection.
Our portfolio includes works carried out on large areas and precise works within individual buildings. GPR is perfect for detecting archaeological objects and identifying burial sites in non-existent cemeteries. It can be successfully used to search for foundations of non-existent buildings. Finally, we also use it to identify the thickness of the road base and to detect various underground utilities. On a daily basis, we work with a GPR (depending on the configuration) that allows measurement to a depth of approx. 2-2.5 m below the ground surface or several dozen centimeters with high resolution.