It’s always satisfying to take the before and after pictures and see the difference in pipe conditions! Trinity Subsurface, LLC takes pride in each and every job we do. Allow us to handle the dirty work!
"This trench was for conduit in the city of Philadelphia for 5G upgrades. We were able to complete this trench in one day. Allow Trinity Subsurface Engineering, LLC to be your go-to for vacuum excavation services."
Trinity Subsurface, LLC was called out to find a water line running into an apartment unit for future renovations. A simple scan scan that seemed like a small task, but yielded big results for yet another satisfied client!
"The roots kept coming! We were called by a valued client because their storm system was backing up. We quickly realized that roots were the cause of the blockage. We used our root-cutting nozzle for this task. Trinity Subsurface, LLC comes prepared!"
If you’re pipes are backing up or have heavy debris in them and effecting the flow, give Trinity Subsurface, LLC a call! Seen here is Juan Martinez of the Pipe services team, dressed for the job! We needed to pump out the outfall to be able to have room for the debris we were moving with our combo truck.
"Out on this job recently and here is one that should be a teaching moment because when he arrived about 95% of the saw cutting had been complete. With the slab exposed, there were dozens of conduits that were not marked because the contractor wasn't concerned about hitting them. The power to all the panels was disabled and demoed so the only panel that still had live electricity was the room that was scanned. A situation that luckily nobody was hurt but could have been. Call us first before starting a project."
At Trinity Subsurface, LLC, our residential clients are as important as our commercial clients. A client needed us to locate and mark out their septic tank. Results delivered!
A client planned to replace a fire hydrant when their technicians noticed some electric conduits nearby. Keeping safety as their top priority, they contacted Trinity Subsurface, LLC to make sure the conduits or any other utility would not come into conflict with their work area. Soon they were able to start their project with one less thing to worry about.
"Trinity Subsurface, LLC was called out to locate utilities for turnstile installation for a warehouse renovation. Heavy congestion and reinforcement in the concrete created a significant amount of interference with RF signals, but it was a fun project, nonetheless!"
At Trinity Subsurface, LLC we always do a pre-job walk through to understand the assigned scope, become aware of potential safety hazards, as well as protect any wild life that may be within the work area.
We were able to safely relocate this little guy before we began jetting the storm lines!
If you just simply need inverts taken, or test holes dug on a specific utility, Trinity Subsurface, LLC excavation department has you covered!
"A lot of people are under the assumption that because their outfall, manhole, catch basin, or other structure isn’t in the easiest or most convenient place to reach, that it can’t be done. Call Trinity Subsurface, LLC and allow us to be your problem solvers!"
"Had a blast using the Screening Eagle Technologies GP8800 to help me identify walker duct and conduit at a recent project completed in Lancaster, PA."
"Trinity Subsurface, LLC was called to scan an area at a historical site in Wilmington, Delaware where they plan on constructing a building to house artwork and artifacts. Phase I, locate all utilities within areas of interest, is almost complete. Phase II, GPR grid scans in search of architectural structures and possible gravesites. Phase III consisted mostly of tying up loose ends, passive scans, and GPR scans. GPR really showed up beautifully today! You love to see it!"
"A prime example of why it's important to be prepared in the field --- Today while marking an area at a well-known pharmaceutical plant, my site contact informed me that they had to halt excavation in another area because they uncovered an unknown concrete pad. They didn't know if it was some kind of vault or a duct bank. He asked me if I happen to have a concrete scanner with me, and I did, all charged up and ready to go. I scanned the pad with my GP8000, performed strategic induction and passive scans, and determined there were no utilities running through the pad. After the green light was given, they felt confident enough to break up the pad and remove it from their excavation area. Another successful project for Trinity Subsurface, LLC!"
"Trinity Subsurface was called out to the new construction of a car dealership today. Our client installed two sanitary clean-outs that were covered when concrete was poured. Using the Proceq 8000 by Screening Eagle Technologies, I scanned the general areas he recalled the clean-outs being near. Scans completed, the client confirmed my results by drilling test holes. Another day, another satisfied client."
"The Trinity Subsurface, LLC vacuum excavation team was called out by a fencing company to minimize the risk of utility damage as their fence was being built in a highly congested with utilities."
"That one time Trinity Subsurface was called out to locate utilities in the back of a shopping center and I had my first run-in with a retention basin. Shout out to Zach Fite who I ended up calling to help interpret the GPR data, with his dynamic knowledge base, he helped me understand exactly what I was looking at!"