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Watermain Break in Queens, NYC

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A construction crew should have called Accu-Scan GPR! A contractor was drilling on a constructive site in Elmhurst Queens when he hit and ruptured a large water main! It took over 5 hrs to close the main and it’s looking like a large sum of fines are also on it way for the contractor!

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GPR for Sigiriya Archaeological Site

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The Geological Survey and Mines Bureau (GSMB) has acquired a new Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR ) to detect underground objects with ease. The radar costing Rs. 10 million will help to detect the clues about the exact locations of underground archaeological structures which will also be helpful for archaeological excavations. The radar however cannot be […]

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Radar Finds Remains of Synagogue Destroyed by Nazis

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Ground-penetrating radar is helping archaeologists locate the buried remains of the Great Synagogue of Vilna in Lithuania, a Jewish place of worship that was destroyed by the Nazis during World War II, the Israeli Antiquities Authority (IAA) reports. The synagogue dates back to the 1600s, when it was built in a Renaissance-Baroque style. Lithuanian Jews, […]

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GPR Aids Investigation Near Gold Hill Mine

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Ground Penetrating Radar aids numerous groups of people every day. This survey team used radar to investigate caved-in area near Gold Hill mine! Daren Nelson, assistant professor in the Department of Geology and Geography at UNC Pembroke, takes notes before assistant Jase Ritchie prepares to drag a ground-penetrating radar over the area of study. On […]

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Ground Penetrating Radar ID’s a Viking Feasting Hall

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A Viking feasting hall measuring almost 50 metres in length has been identified near Vadstena in Sweden. Archaeologists from Stockholm University and Umeå University used ground-penetrating radar, a non-invasive geophysical method, to locate and map the house foundation. A foundation platform The Aska barrow, where the hall has been found, was long seen as a […]

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Tall Skyscraper Coming to Brooklyn Soon

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A residential skyscraper could very possibly be coming to Brooklyn, and the skyscraper may be as tall as the Empire State Building. Developer Michael Stern and the real estate developer Joe Chetrit have arrived at a $90 million deal to purchase the former Dime Savings Bank of New York. The bank is a 150-year-old Neo-Roman building, possessing a domed […]

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MUST-DO’S IN QUEENS, NYC

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You’re not really a Queens kid if you haven’t … Been to Astoria Park Pool! Venue name: Astoria Park Pool Contact:  VISIT WEBSITE CALL VENUE Address: 19th St Queens Cross street: at 23rd Dr Transport: N, Q to Astoria-Ditmars Blvd   Enjoyed some mouth-watering dumplings at Nan Xiang Dumpling House Watch as cooks hand-make pork, crab and vegetable […]

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Construction Summit in NYC

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ENR Global Summit The ENR Global Construction Summit brings together industry professionals from the major construction markets around the world to explore growth opportunities, investigate solutions to the most pressing challenges, and share guidance on what is required to compete on the international playing field.  ENR has hosted delgates from more than 20 countries representing the […]

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