Our 5 core values are what drives the heart and soul of our business. We use them to model the way we conduct business, interact with clients, and operate internally.


We always want to be respectful of others in our dealings - that is obvious. What we do is not easy and we want to earn the respect of our customers and the industry we serve by way of what we do, the quality of the service we offer, the value we bring on our jobs, our interactions with our customers, and the way we represent our company. We always want to set ourselves apart.

Growth Mindedness

Our people are what make us unique. Rather than outsourcing our construction engineers from questionable outsourcing establishments, we provide them with an environment that supports professional growth.

We are strong believers in giving our employees a voice. Our teams are put together with the help of our resident psychologist to ensure maximum productivity and engagement.


We believe you cannot have an exceptional company without having exceptional people. We believe a person's character is what makes them exceptional. Integrity is synonymous with character. Someone with a high level of integrity is going to do right by others even when it may never be noticed. That is important as it relates to GPRS because on 99% of the jobs we do, we will only have one person on site - it is up to that person to represent GPRS and our company well. Integrity is key.


Our services enhance the safety performance of our customers. We are hired to minimize our customers' risk when they need to work below the surface. What we do to enhance safety does not mean much if we are not conscientious of working safely ourselves. We exist to improve the safety of the construction industry - we need to lead by example in modeling that behavior.


When you are part of a team, you ideally get to a point where you look out for the best interests of your teammates. When one person needs help, their teammates are there to pick them up. We look out for one another, one person's strength compliments another's weakness. Together, we are greater than the sum of our individual parts.