Identify the role of GPR scanning in concrete demolition!
Environmental Construction Group (ECG) is a certified small business venture (SBE) with the State of California along with several additional Federal, State, and Local Agencies. The company brings hundreds of years of experience and knowledge to the demolition industry. Our company can provide a turn-key proposal, engineer a client-specific demolition plan, oversee remediation and comply with all recycling regulations.
At ECG we provide the most professional concrete demolition servicesin California and our turn-key service gets every aspect of the concrete cutting service to your concrete cutting project. With a high proficiency in best practices; ECG consistently delivers dependable, premium, and expert demolition services. Safety, speed, and professionalism are standards we hold ourselves to on all of our projects.
Darrin McElroy, the President of ECG, has vast experience in the demolition industry; and all aspects of hazardous materials removal and abatement. With more than 30 years in the industry, he has gained far more insight into the trade and the management of a demolitions services provider than most of his peers. Darrin has a diverse skill set in operations management, sales, estimating, bidding, demolition, and infection control decontamination.
Using GPR scanning prior to concrete cutting saves money and avoids risky conditions. It is a customarily used non-destructive method for imaging objects prior to concrete demolition.There has been so much conversation in the construction business on how significant it is to recognize metal targets and electrical lines before cutting into concrete. Every day, there are stories about accidents that occur when contractors don’t correctly mark the site of rebar, post-tension cables, and conduits in concrete structures before they start drilling, cutting, coring, trenching, or digging.
As buildings age, their concrete structures become less secure, and this poses a risk to people who may live or work around such buildings. The concrete demolition structures also allow for old concrete to be recycled, which is good for the environment, creates space, and makes properties more aesthetically pleasant. By imaging the concrete, GPR Scanning provides an estimation of the width of the concrete slab. This is valuable when access to only one side of the concrete slab is achievable.
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