A major airline had a known leak in an underground fuel line at one of its domestic hubs. Due to the critical nature of the leak (a petrochemical leak), and the fact that it was located at a major airline terminal, rapid mobilization was critical.
Within 24 hours of first receiving the call, Jurva Leak Testing was on site to begin testing. On the initial day of testing the source of the leak was located—a defect in the underground pipeline due to corrosion. Especially notable: the line was located on the airport tarmac beneath approximately 18 inches of asphalt and concrete.