Beneath the Surface – How GPR Can Help Analyze Your Infrastructure

Maryland Environmental Service will host a session on the ground penetrating radar and how it can positively impact county budgets at MACo’s Summer Conference as part of MACo’s Solutions Showcase.

MACo’s 2019 Summer Conference, “Winds of Change,” will take place on August 14-17 at the Roland Powell Convention Center in Ocean City, MD. Nearly 3,000 individuals from across Maryland will gather to discuss advancements and changes being seen at all levels of government, from cybersecurity to Phase III WIP to school funding.

Beneath the Surface – How GPR Can Help Analyze Your Infrastructure

Ground penetrating radar (GPR) is an emerging technology that can positively impact the budgets of local jurisdictions through applications such as collecting bridge and roadway data, detecting possible sewer line intrusions, pinpointing water main breaks, and more. All of these potential uses help localities identify and respond to critical situations and plan their budgets accordingly. Join this session to learn how using GPR can help your county analyze infrastructure better, faster, and with an eye on your budget.

Wednesday, August 14, 2019 from 3:45 pm to 4:15 pm

Room 210, Roland Powell Convention Center, Ocean City, MD

Thanks to our Bronze Corporate Partner Maryland Environmental Service for hosting this showcase, sponsoring our Crab Feast Lemonade and Water Cups, and participating in our Exhibitor’s Hall!

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