YOUR UNDERGROUND UTILITY LOCATING PROFESSIONALS

NEW ENGLAND SUBSURFACE IMAGING PROVIDES UNDERGROUND UTILITY LOCATING, CONCRETE IMAGING & SCANNING, VIDEO PIPE INSPECTION, AND GPS MAPPING SERVICES TO CLIENTS IN CT, NY, MA, RI

OUR SERVICES

Utility Locating

Mark the location and depth of private underground utility lines.

Concrete Imaging

Determine the location and depth of objects buried within concrete slabs and structures.

Ground Penetrating Radar

Locate underground storage tanks, buried drums, septic systems, and other anomalies.

GPS Mapping

Create highly accurate utility survey maps of your project.

Video Pipe Inspections

Inspect pipes and conduits to assess their condition and identify areas of concern.

FIND US

Headquartered in Connecticut, serving Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and New York

New England Subsurface Imaging is a private consulting company headquartered in  Connecticut; established in 2008.  We provide underground utility locating, concrete imaging and scanning, video pipe inspection, and GPS mapping services to general contractors, environmental & geotechnical consultants, municipalities, and property owners in CT, MA, NY, and RI.

Who We Serve

General Contractors

Avoid unnecessary project delays and high construction costs. NESI can speed up the process of digging, cutting, coring, and trenching by knowing the exact location of all utilities. We not only save you the high cost of repairs but give you the peace of mind of knowing your crew is safe.

Environmental & Geotechnical Consultants

Do you need boring location or test pit clearance?  If so, we’ve got you covered!  We can meet your needs with full site utility locating, or we can just clear your proposed locations.

Municipalities & Property Owners

Running a school or a huge property can mean tight deadlines. NESI pre-plans and assesses the viability of each project so you can stay ahead of the schedule.

“I’ve been conducting environmental field work for almost ten years, and have had my share of near misses due to unavailable or erroneous site utility information. I rely on New England Subsurface Imaging whenever I have utility clearance needs, and recommend their expert GPR service without reservation. NESI’s attention to detail is unsurpassed, and the quality of service is exceptional.”

Brian Holdt

Scientist

Our Clients

PROVIDING UNEQUALED SERVICE

When you need the job done right,
we’re here to help.

We specialize in locating underground utilities, and objects embedded within concrete structures so that clients can dig, cut, core,  plan safely,  prepare accurate site drawings, and gain peace of mind on the job site.

Why We’re Different?

Staking University Trained

GSSI Trained

Veteran Owned

Certified Drone Pilots

Frequently Asked Questions

How close to your utility locate marks can I safely dig?

We advise our clients to stay 18” to 24” away from any marked utility lines, but there could be limitations that exist on a site-to-site basis.  We will thoroughly discuss the survey results, and any limitations that exist on your project with an onsite representative from your company.

Are you able to locate non-metallic utilities such as clay pipes, concrete pipes, fiber optic cables and PVC pipes?

In most cases we are able to detect non-metallic utility lines using a combination of utility locating technologies.  Each utility locate technician is equipped with everything needed to complete your utility locate survey.

What are your rates for your services?

Please visit our contact us page or give us a call to discuss your project.

How deep below the surface can GPR penetrate?

When used for utility locate surveys, we can typically penetrate to 8-10 feet below the ground surface.  The suitability of ground penetrating radar varies from site to site and the materials being scanned through.

For concrete imaging surveys we typically penetrate to depths of 36” using an array of GPR antennas, and depending on the project requirements.  For slab on grade concrete scanning we can use antennas that we would typically use for outdoor utility locate surveys to achieve depths greater than 36”.

Why Is Private Utility Locating Important?

Each jobsite has risk potential when digging and drilling, we want to keep your projects safe, on time, and on budget.

What type of deliverables do you offer?

In addition to marks on the surface, we offer written reports, utility survey maps, GPS mapping, and satellite overlays.