Underground Utility Mapping

Underground Utility Survey

Subscan undertake Underground Utility Mapping surveys across a wide range of sites and developments.  Our surveys provide an accurate depiction of any site throughout the whole of the UK. That site could be property, an area of land or a defined boundary. This is scaled and detailed according to the spatial considerations and is the summary of the on-site data capture processes.

We utilise the very latest Ground Penetrating Radar technology and post processing software. From cutting edge ‘stepped-frequency continuous wave radar’ to high frequency 3D scanners.

Utilising the very latest state of the art MALA Easy Locator Core GPR, the first product worldwide to use intelligent real-time interpretation support for utility locating.

Subscan can offer such services as concrete investigation, void detection and utility surveying.

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For further information on our Underground Utility Mapping please contact us on 0344 499 5220 or email info@subscan.com or visit our ‘Contact Us’ page.

PAS 128 Cat B Underground Utilities / GPR Surveys

PAS 128 Cat D Desktop Utilities Record Searches

Borehole / Site Clearance

Culvert / Void Detection

Concrete Investigation

Subscan employs cutting-edge High-Frequency Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) technology to conduct thorough investigations of walls and floors.  Utilising this technology we can determine slab thickness, condition, and identifying rebar, conduits, and pile caps.

Void Detection

Utilising deep penetration GPR, Subscan detects sub-surface voids, foundations, mine shafts, buried tanks, and bedrock profiling up to 10 meters deep, mitigating risks and ensuring site safety.

Utility Surveying

Subscan specialises in utility surveys, providing accurate depictions of underground utilities across the UK, informing project planning and execution for optimal outcomes.

Our expert service

Additional information can often be integrated into topographical surveys which assists a design team in taking account of the necessary and relevant site constraints. This can include site sections through particularly diverse gradient transects, spot heights of surrounding land and site features, i.e. neighbouring properties to assess overlooking, underground utilities information (from radar tracing and integrating utility records data).