Texas contractor owns two SPiDER Manhole Inspection Scanners and has completed over 12,000 maintenance holes in the first two years of a 10-year consent decree to inspect 180,000 maintenance holes for a large city.
Florida utility purchased two SPiDER Manhole Inspection Trucks in mid-2022 with the preliminary plan to inspect 35,000 maintenance holes in 10 years.
After four months of use, the utility scanned 2,200 maintenance holes and reduced its planned completion schedule to 6 years.
New York contractor has been using three SPiDER Manhole Inspection Scanners since 2018 to inspect thousands of large interceptor shafts ranging in depth from 40 ft. to 75 ft. deep.
South Carolina municipality purchased its first SPiDER Manhole Inspection Scanner in 2020 and acquired a second SPiDER in 2022.
California contractor has been awarded a contract in 2022 to inspect 4,000 maintenance holes but must complete them in 4 months.
Using three SPiDER Manhole Inspection Scanners, 60% of the project is completed in the first two months of fieldwork, ahead of schedule.