Infrasense Conducts QA for a Recently Paved Road in Virginia Beach, Virginia Using Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR)

This June, Infrasense conducted a non-destructive survey and report for a 2.3-mile section of a multilane roadway, in Virginia Beach, VA. The project provided the client with data from all 4 driving lanes, both outer shoulder lines, and all turn lanes within the section. Pavement layer thicknesses were plotted along with recommended coring locations where…

Infrasense Performs Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) and Infrared Thermography (IR) Condition Surveys of the Granby Street Bridge Deck in Norfolk, Virginia

Infrasense mobilized from Boston to Virginia to survey Norfolk’s 64,000 square foot Granby Street Bridge. The GPR survey was done in March, and the IR survey was done in April, when the weather conditions were sufficient for revealing subsurface delaminations. The GPR survey was performed at normal driving speed, and IR was done at a…

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NDE Scanning and Mapping of Hampton Roads Tunnel Conditions

The Virginia Department of Transportation commissioned Infrasense to perform condition evaluations of the walls and roadway deck of the Hampton Roads Tunnels, which carry I-64 below the Chesapeake Bay in Norfolk, Virginia. The eastbound and westbound tunnels are 7,315 feet and 7,470 feet in length, respectively. The tunnel wall evaluations were carried out using a…

Nondestructive Condition Evaluations of 19 Decks in Virginia

Infrasense completed high-speed scanning of 19 bridge decks in 11 different counties throughout Virginia, totaling over 250,000 square feet. The scanning included Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) evaluations. The deliverables included deterioration and rebar cover quantities and maps of the bridge decks. Per the request of the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT), individual deck condition reports…

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GPR Evaluation of Pavement Network Located in Falls Church, Virginia

Infrasense completed the subsurface pavement structure evaluation of approximately 79.93 lane-miles of public roadways in Falls Church, Virginia using Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) testing to determine the thicknesses of the pavement structure layers. It was performed along the centerline of each roadway, centerline of each lane, and at an offset approximately 1 foot from the…