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  • What is Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR)

    April 24th, 2016     |   Doug Thaler
    Ground Penetrating Radar

    Ground penetrating radar (GPR) is a non-destructive geophysical method that produces a continuous cross-sectional profile or record of subsurface features, without drilling, probing, or digging. The GPR cross-section shows the ground surface at the top of the profile, and the reflections of...

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  • Amazing Cable Stayed Bridges

    April 12th, 2016     |   Doug Thaler
    Cable stay bridge inspections

    Cable Stayed Bridges although similiar in appearance to a suspension bridge are actually quite different. Cablestay bridges are faster to build, more cost effective and best for bridges from 500 to 3000 feet. A cable-stayed bridge has cables that run directly from the towers to the road. The weight...

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  • New technology from IPC utilizes non destructive testing to help identify Issues in our nations infrastructure

    April 5th, 2016     |   Doug Thaler
    bridge inspections

    An electrical device developed by Infrastructure Preservation Corporation can test metal and concrete structures for potential problems more efficiently than anything else available today.Clearwater, Florida: February 20, 2016. Each year, the number of disasters increases as our nation’s...

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  • Transportation Gets 305B from Congress

    January 22nd, 2016     |   Doug Thaler
    Infrastructure inspection

    Even though Obama was able to get congress to sign the new transportation budget, first one since 2005, it falls far short of the required funds to improve out nations infrastructure. The US spends far less than other contries as far as a percentage of GDP. Failing infrastructure affects every...

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  • LA Bridge Collapse Caught on Tape

    January 7th, 2016     |   Doug Thaler
    LA Bridge Collapse Caught on Tape

      With our bridges in a state of disrepair, it will take an act of congress to be sure future dollars earmarked for transportation infrastructure are actually used for that purpose.   In order to assess the order in which to proceed with repairs the antiquated methods used to...

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  • America’s Infrastructure an embarrasment

    January 22nd, 2015     |   Doug Thaler
    infrastructure inspections

    According to an MIT faculty newsletter "Most of our road, rail, water, sewer, electric power, wired telephone, and other distributed systems infrastructure are old and in need of repair. Our ports, airports, and rail terminals are archaic, ill designed, badly run, and poorly maintained."  The...

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