USE GPR FOR ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE INVESTIGATION
We have been providing high quality GPR surveys for heritage and archaeological projects since first surveying the Hill of Tara in 1994. Our experience ranges from searching large sites for evidence of buried walls and foundations to imaging the internal fabric of protected buildings using hand-held GPR.
Using non-destructive pushcart or vehicle-mounted GPR, we can assist in locating areas for further archaeological investigation. Our proven expertise in GPR survey design, data acquisition and interpretation can help identify GPR reflections related to archaeology. Depending on the soil conditions we can detect buried objects and voids and also the remains of walls, trenches and foundations with GPR.
We carry out GPR surveys in protected buildings and sites to gather information and gain a better understanding of hidden structure. GPR is non-invasive so information is recorded from one-sided access without disruption or damage.
High resolution, multi-frequency GPR surveying
Internal structure of a 900 year old church roof