FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How quickly would SiteScan respond to an emergency need?
SiteScan will respond same-day to inquiries and can be on your site within 24 hours of your call.
Where does SiteScan offer their services?
SiteScan is strategically located throughout California with offices in Los Angeles, the Inland Empire, San Diego, the Sacramento Valley, the Central Valley, and the San Francisco Bay area.
Is SiteScan available to work at night or on the weekend?
SiteScan prides itself on customer service and our ability to be responsive to your requests. We are willing to work nights and weekends, or any other time, in order to help you accomplish the goals of your project. Please contact your local SiteScan representative for rates and schedule availability.
How quickly can I get the results?
SiteScan delivers the results of both Structure Scan and Utility Location immediately, while in the field. Our technicians are outfitted with SiteScan’s proprietary applications that allow them to digest the results of the analysis and provide immediate reports with visualizations via email.
How do you deliver the reports to your clients?
Reports are delivered via email while still on the jobsite. This means you can put the Better Intelligence to use immediately. Additional structural diagrams and 3D renderings may be delivered within 24 hours if rendering time is required.
RESOURCES AND LINKS
Research study from Purdue University on the documented quality levels produced by GPR equipment
Research study on GPR Usage and Limitations
National Safe Digging Campaign
American Public Works Association
Environmental & Engineering Geophysical Society
Federal Highway Administration: Ground Penetrating Radar
The American Society for Nondestructive Testing
GPR Entry in the Field Analytic Technologies Encyclopedia (FATE) – FATE is produced by the US EPA and US Army Corps of Engineers.
Case study on how GPR is used to detect voids
What is GPR and How Does it Work
Case Study on how utility location works
How GPR works to detect utility and sewer lines
Case study on how utility location was used to help make the BART retrofit project a success
California Energy Almanac – Contact information listing of all utility companies in California
Dig Alerting for requesting information about buried utilities