NESI's Equipment

GSSI utility scanning equipment

Ground Penetrating Radar

Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) is a non-destructive geophysical instrument that uses radar pulses to image the subsurface in real time. At NESI we use GSSI UtilityScan systems for locating utilities, environmental test clearing, and subsurface investigations.

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structure scanning

Concrete Imaging (GPR)

Concrete Imaging (GPR) is a non-destructive means of locating targets within concrete structures prior to drilling, cutting or coring. We use GSSI StructureScan systems for concrete scanning, to plot a clear picture of what lies beneath the surface.

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electromagnetic locating services

Electromagnetic Locator

Utility locating is the process of accurately surveying and plotting the position and depth of detected utilities. For this we use Radiodetection RD8000 and RD4000 electromagnetic locators.

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Call Before You Dig!

New England Subsurface Imaging is a Connecticut Certified WBE/SBE. We have trained and certified technicians on board with years of underground utility locating & ground penetrating radar experience.

We perform underground utility locating & concrete scanning in some of the most congested & challenging areas, and stand behind our attention to detail on each and every project.

Client Testimonials

I’ve been conducting environmental field work for almost ten years, and have had my share of near misses due to unavailable or erroneous site utility information.  I rely on New England Subsurface Imaging whenever I have utility clearance needs, and recommend their expert GPR service without reservation. NESI's attention to detail is unsurpassed, and the quality of service is exceptional

Brian Holdt - Scientist

Contact Us

New England Subsurface Imaging, LLC
P.O. Box 120
Newtown, CT 06470
Tel. 203-873-7397
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