Underground infrastructure scouting

We propose the use of a wide range of geophysical methods for the detection of underground infrastructure such as ground penetrating radar, conductometry, magnetometry and VLF: these techniques allow unequivocalidentification and spatial location of cables, pipes, tanks, foundations or other objects not directly visible from ground level.

In the case of shallow depth infrastructure scouting, the most appropriate method is undoubtedly the GPR; to greater depths, we suggest the use of the classic geophysical methods such as seismic or geoelectrics, possibly performed also in combination.