Ground Penetrating Radar: Ground Penetrating radar is a non-destructive way of locating utilities that will not carry an electronic signal for traditional locating. We currently use both a Sensors and Software Inc. “Noggin” GPR (ground penetrating radar) with a 250mhz antenna and a “Mala GeoScience Ramac/GPR” system with a 500mhz antenna. By having two separate radars, each with different strength antennas and unique filters, we can locate utilities in a broad range of depths and soil conditions. These GPRs are used to create cross-sectional views of subsurface features and anomalies. Through, “in the field” analysis of the data collected these features can then be mapped and shown in relation to the property boundary.