Utility Mapping: Airfield Upgrading- US Forces

Utility Mapping: Airfield Upgrading- US Forces

“We understand the importance of determining the purpose of your survey right from the start of a project and this knowledge enables our team of engineers to tailor the methodology in line with industry & project specifications.”

Makram Jaibaji

Client : US Air Force

Location : Military Airfield - Jordan

Area : Utility Mapping - 120 Ha

US Airfield

The air base was officially opened on May 24, 1981. In 2019 the United States began a $143 million expansion of the airbase. The expansion includes a new airlift apron, a personnel recovery and special operations forces apron, and a close air support (CAS) and intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) apron as well as a cargo marshaling yard.

Scope of Work

GCS performed a GPR survey of the area with the purpose of locating buried utilities. GCS performed all services in a workman-like manner and in accordance with standard geophysical practices. GCS’s deliverable for this work was to provide a plan view map of the site that summarizes the results of the evaluation, including the interpreted center line and depth of each utility line.