Infrasense Performs Subsurface 3D-Radar Survey of Brooklyn Terminal

Infrasense recently completed a project using a ground coupled vehicle mounted 3D Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) system (manufactured by 3D-Radar) to identify subsurface objects that would impede future installation of sheet pile walls at the Brooklyn Terminal. Using the trailer-mounted 3D-Radar step frequency array system reduced the data collection time significantly and provided an excellent…

Idaho I-86 Pavement District 5

Survey to Map Pavement Conditions for 22-Mile Section of I-86 in Southeast Idaho

This past summer, Infrasense conducted a multi-faceted non-destructive survey and report for 84 lane miles of a section of I-86, made up of abutted concrete panels. The project provided the client with a comprehensive set of condition results to identify and map out distressed panels along the roadway. Surveys were performed at normal driving speed…

Pavement Thickness Survey Along Section of I-85 in South Carolina

In May 2017, Infrasense carried out a GPR pavement thickness survey of 24 lane-miles of I-85 near Spartanburg, SC. The right shoulder, right lane, center lane, and left lane were surveyed in both northbound and southbound directions. The results of the survey included a statistical summary of the pavement layer thicknesses in each lane, as…

map of bridge deck GPR IR sounding

Infrasense Carries out Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) and Infrared Thermography (IR) Condition Surveys of 17 Bridge Decks in Wisconsin’s North Central Region

This past summer, Infrasense conducted a multi-faceted non-destructive survey and report for 17 bridge decks in Wisconsin DOT’s North Central Region. The project provided the client with a comprehensive set of condition results to facilitate a data-driven approach to programming their bridge inventory. Surveys were performed at normal driving speed with no disruption to traffic.…

Evaluation of Pascack Road Bridge Deck in NY using Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR)

In order to facilitate rehabilitation planning of an asphalt overlaid bridge deck carrying I-87 over Pascack Road, ground penetrating radar (GPR) was used to quantify and map concrete deterioration. The GPR data was carried out at driving speeds using a vehicle-based system, so no lane closures were required. In addition to being deployed at driving…