Infrasense was in Warwick, Rhode Island to collect GPR data on an elevated bridge at T.F. Green Airport.
Infrasense was recently in Southport, New York to perform nondestructive testing of a bridge deck using ground penetrating radar and high resolution imaging .
Infrasense scanning the underside of a bridge in Providence, Rhode Island this week! The testing consisted of high-frequency ground coupled surveys of concrete box girders, so we needed a lift truck to gain access to the underside surface.Details
Infrasense was in Cleveland, Ohio last week to perform a ground penetrating radar (GPR) survey of a relatively new bridge deck in order to map the concrete cover.
Our team recently completed testing on a bridge in North Brookfield, MA to provide as-built information including rebar spacing, rebar diameter, and concrete compressive strength in support of a load rating. In order to collect data on the culvert underside, Infrasense engineers used wetsuits and a small raft to keep themselves and the testing equipment dry…Details
Infrasense was in Arizona last month testing a section of highway between Phoenix and Flagstaff using various frequencies of ground penetrating radar (GPR) and high resolution video (HRV). The objective of the project was to characterize the pavement structure, evaluate the condition of the bound materials and joints, and provide surface imagery for limited sections…Details
Infrasense conducted a nondestructive survey and report on the main travel lanes of a 1-mile section of Rubber Avenue in Naugatuck, CT. The project provided the client with tabular and graphical data sets plotted at a 5-ft interval along the centerline of each travel lane, with each point linked to precise GPS coordinates. These datasets…Details
In Spring 2018, Infrasense founder Ken Maser traveled to northern Israel to train a local team on how to collect Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) data for a network-level pavement survey. For the next seven months, the team collected 7000 km of pavement in 2240 management units. The data was continuously uploaded to Infrasense for quality…Details
Infrasense would like to congratulate our founder and senior principal Ken Maser on receiving the ASCE’s 2019 Wilbur S. Smith Award in recognition of his outstanding accomplishments in Civil Engineering. Ken is a leader in the field of Nondestructive Evaluation and its application to highway infrastructure. He will be presented with the award at the…Details
Last month Infrasense performed a high speed pavement survey on a stretch of Interstate highway outside the transportation hub of Atlanta, Georgia. The purpose of the project was to determine the structure for approximately 17 miles of pavement. Did you know that Georgia contains 15 different Interstate highways? That’s good for tenth most in the…Details