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Including but not limited to:

Private Utility Locating
Vacuum Excavation
CCTV Pipe Inspection
Raptor technology
3D SUE Deliverables
SUE+ TM Deliverables

Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR)
Electromagnetic (EM) Methods
Seismic Methods
Resistivity Methods
Magnetic Methods
Borehole Logging

For more details on these and other services please visit our website or contact us.
Charleston, SC | Marietta, GA | Jacksonville, FL | Raleigh, NC
Charlotte, NC | Asheville, NC | Greensboro, NC

Is your project in North Carolina?
GEL Solutions’ subsurface utility engineering (SUE) and surveying services in North Carolina are performed by its affiliate, GEL Engineering of NC, Inc., DBA GEL Solutions .
Director's Note
Continuing the push into 2019

With every new year comes a fresh set of challenges, goals and opportunities. Both in business and in our personal lives, it offers a chance to reset our paths after learning from our successes and failures over the previous year.

2018 was another year of record growth and revision for GEL Solutions. We added three new office locations, increased our workforce, added to our service lines and completed our re-branding campaign. GEL Solutions continues to be blessed with opportunities to serve our clients by adding new services to meet the growing demand in our industry. With our added resources in place, we look forward to extending our reach while maintaining our culture and the level of service that our clients expect. We wish you happiness, health and success in 2019!
Scott D. Carney, P.E.
Exciting News Announcement!
GEL So lutions ope ns office in Greensboro, North Carolina.
As our business in and around North Carolina continues to grow, we established an office in Greensboro, NC to satisfy client needs in the North Central Region of the state. We are pleased to announce the official opening of our Greensboro, North Carolina location on January 1st, 2019, led by Mr. Derek Bradner, P.E., PLS.

GEL Solutions
South Elm Business Park
111 Creek Ridge Road, Suite C
Greensboro, NC 27406
(434) 250-3188
Our Newest Team Members
Jeremy Pearson | Survey Crew Chief/Technician III
David Thomas | Survey Technician III
Vue Yang | Survey Technician I

Chris Smith | CAD Manager
Scott Lineberry, PLS | Senior Survey Manager

Shae Iverson | Administrative/PM Assistant

Demon Leto | SUE Technician III
Eric Armstrong | G eophysicist
Upcoming Events
GEL Solutions will be attending, presenting, or exhibiting...
...and we'd love to talk with you.

January 9-10 Raleigh, North Carolina

February 21-23 Raleigh, North Carolina

February 28-March 1 Columbia, South Carolina

March 12-13 Atlanta, Georgia

Employee Spotlight

Tyler Lowe | Geophysical Specialist
Charleston, South Carolina

Tyler Lowe has been a solid component in the field since joining GEL Solutions in November of 2016. Recently, he has gone back to school to enhance his career as a surveyor while continuing to build his field experience at GEL.

Tyler grew up in Northeast Arkansas and is inspired by his father. He states, "He's always been a successful, hardworking man that always had my back and supported me." We appreciate Tyler's hard work and look forward to seeing him advance in his career.

Will Adgate | Senior Project Manager
Asheville, North Carolina

As of January 2019, Will Adgate celebrates his 5th year anniversary with GEL Solutions. Building on his experience, Will has stepped up to lead our SUE field crews in Asheville. 

When asked about which colleagues have inspired him, Will states "...I've seen several geophysics technicians grow into solid project managers. It's inspiring to see people I've worked in the mud with get the respect they deserve. Richard Ringler, Patrick O'Barr and Nick Rebman to name just three." Will has experienced a wide range of projects and we appreciate his dedication and contributions to our group!

Andrew Thore | Project Manager
Raleigh, North Carolina

Andrew Thore is a pivotal component on our SUE team. Over the past year, he has advanced his role into Project and Client Management. 

Andrew says the best thing about working at GEL Solutions is his colleagues. He mentions a memorable experience in New Bern, North Carolina on a long-term project. "The work itself was nothing out of the ordinary, but going downtown with everyone who worked on the project during our off-time was great." We commend him for his commitment and contributions to our team!
Service Highlight
GEL Solutions now offers CCTV Pipe Inspection Services
Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) Inspection is one of the most efficient methods used to map drainage and sanitary systems, in addition to locating and diagnosing pipe defects. This method produces complex photographic and video imagery of the internal pipeline system. We can accurately locate and identify a vast range of defects and anomalies. Common investigations reveal the pipe material and condition, intrusive foreign materials, blockages and defective repairs. Our mobile crawler inspection system is designed to operate in a variety of environments and is able to investigate pipes as small as four inches in diameter.   
GSET Safety Heroes
Gas Leak Response

Tony Mangum, Nick Jackson, and Richard Ringler were walking through the woods to a job site in Fayetteville, NC when they decided to take a shortcut around a recently burned down house. As they approached the house they all stopped and noticed the smell of natural gas immediately followed by the hissing of gas escaping from a damaged service line entering the structure. They quickly returned back to the truck to contact the proper gas authority who then came out to cap the damaged line.
Richard Ringler
Tony Mangum
Nick Jackson
Subsurface Fun Facts
How far down could humans dig before modern technology?

196 feet, est. 700 B.C. - Cappadocia, Turkey (pictured above.)
The underground city of Derinkuyu was dug by hand for protection from invasions. W ith a capacity of up to 20,000 people, this multi-leveled city contained everything an entire population would need to survive.

790 feet, 1870's-1914 - Kimberley, South Africa
The "Big Hole" is often coined as the largest hand dug pit. L aborers sifted through 24 million tons of Earth as they mined for diamonds.

1,285 feet, 1858-1862 - Woodingdean, United Kingdom
Recognized as the deepest hand dug well in the world, the "Woodingdean Water Well" was dug to provide water for a workhouse. To avoid the cost of using the local waterworks supply, men worked 24-hour days in appalling conditions to finish the project.