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Canadian Subsurface Investigations Inc.
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Rainbow after the afternoon rain. What a beautiful day it turned out today. 
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Even with the first snow in Vancouver, we continue to work under this extreme winter with our client to meet his deadline.
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Canadian Subsurface working at the Vancouver International Airport performing underground utility detection.  #Vancouver   #airport   #gpr   #utilitylocate  
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Canadian Subsurface Investigations (CSI) Inc. provides Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) services throughout the province of British Columbia, Canada. GPR is recognized as one of the most powerful sensing instruments available today. It is a safe, non-evasive technology for concrete scanning and underground utility detection.

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Canadian Subsurface Investigations (CSI) Inc. provides Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) services throughout the province of British Columbia, Canada. GPR is recognized as one of the most powerful sensing instruments available today. It is a safe, non-evasive technology for concrete scanning, underground utility detection, and oil tank locating.
#GPR   #Utilitylocate   #Vancouver   #construction   #engineering  
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In celebration of National Engineering and Geoscience Month (NEGM), the Popsicle Stick Bridge Building Contest is meant to raise awareness of the Engineering and Geoscience professions across Canada. Canadian Subsurface Investigations (CSi) is proud to be one of the main sponsors of this event. Come join us this Sat (March 2) at Douglas College for this event. See you there!!
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Our new CSi Logo on the Safety Vest.
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We are using Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) in a Grid Mode scanning. The data is collected in a pre-determined grid size on both X and Y direction. This technique is useful in finding the underground utilities in a congestive area. We can also produce a 2D and 3D plan map after processing the data.

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We scanned and located the Fire Alarm conduits for the client who will be drilling close to it.
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