ARLINGTON, Mass. – Infrasense Inc., a leading provider of subsurface detection and non-destructive test services in the evaluation of civil engineering infrastructure, is pleased to announce its 25th anniversary! Since opening its doors in 1987, Infrasense has specialized in applying Ground-Penetrating Radar (GPR), Infrared Thermography (IR), and Ultrasonic techniques, for assessing condition and characterizing the as-built environment of different infrastructure facilities. Infrasense designs, develops, and implements nondestructive evaluation and subsurface measurement programs specifically tailored for the needs of its clientele.

Since 1987, Infrasense has provided GPR and Infrared services and maintained its position as a leader in the nondestructive evaluation of infrastructure facilities. The Civil Engineering industry, like the rest of the world, has seen much growth and innovation over the past 25 years (before Infrasense first opened its doors, the World Wide Web didn’t exist, hardly anyone owned a cell phone, and Michael Jordan had never even won a playoff series). Since Infrasense was formed, there have been some remarkable accomplishments in Civil Engineering, including the completion of the world’s tallest skyscraper (Burj Khalifa) and longest underwater tunnel (Channel Tunnel) and suspensions bridge (Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge). These engineering triumphs help to remind us that 25 years is a significant length of time, and the firm is proud of its own successes and growth over these years.

Over the past two-and-a-half decades, Infrasense has completed projects of all sizes, ranging from 3500 lane miles of pavement thickness surveys in Oklahoma, to local culvert surveys to establish load ratings. Its engineers have surveyed over 20 million square feet of bridge decks and collected over 15,000 miles of pavement thickness data – that’s further than a road trip from the Infrasense office in Massachusetts to Santiago, Chile!

While Infrasense engineers have performed surveys in all 50 U.S. states, its projects aren’t limited to only the United States. Infrasense has provided nondestructive testing and subsurface sensing expertise around the world, including Canada, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. Here at Infrasense, we look forward to supplying our clients with accurate and comprehensive results for many more years to come.
 

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