January 24, 2019
RELATED: New UtilityScan GPR System from GSSI Helps Quickly Identify, Mark Utility Location and Depth After serving in the US Army’s 10th Mountain Division Core Air Defense Element as an Assistant Operations Sergeant, Caldwell worked in a variety of customer facing positions, including sales, coaching, and management positions in the automotive and athletic apparel industries. He then studied geology at Towson University before beginning his work for Penhall Technologies, first as a GPR analyst, and then as a field supervisor, in which he managed all aspects of GPR activities for Penhall in the Central United States Region. In a Facebook post announcing being hired by GSSI, Caldwell explained his longtime desire to join the GSSI team, writing that, “Every experience I have had as a consumer of their [GSSI’s] GPR products has been nothing short of positive. Sales, marketing, training, support, engineering – they’re all top notch.” He went on further to express his excitement over joining GSSI, “I’m very excited to say that I’ll be joining GSSI as a technical applications specialist…While I’ve enjoyed my time in construction, I couldn’t be happier to get back to my roots.” RELATED: New Utility Scanning Technology Uses Sensor Fusion to Integrate GPR with Information on Powered Electrical Cables GSSI is confident that Caldwell’s wealth of experience in a variety of industries, as well as his natural competitive spirit (he is an Ironman finisher), will help GSSI continue to lead the GPR industry. SOURCE – GSSIGSSI, the world’s leading manufacturer of ground penetrating radar (GPR) equipment, has added Brett Caldwell to its team as technical applications specialist supporting the geophysical, geotechnical, environmental and academic markets. Caldwell is a GPR technician with a diverse background in geosciences and construction.