Geotechnology performed non-destructive testing services to help locate the actual boundaries of a historic Potter’s field cemetery in Kansas City, Missouri. Ric Tanner, a Geotechnology project manager, performed various non-destructive testing methods including ground penetrating radar and magnetics to determine the location of unmarked graves at the site. This information will also be used to help identify the boundaries of the cemetery. The client is Mustard Seed Cultural and Environmental, and the owner is the City of Kansas City.
Geotechnology Helps to Locate the Boundaries of Old Potter’s Field in Kansas City
Tags: GPR, magnetics, non-destructive testing