HIGHLIGHTS OF SELECTED RECENT DIVING PROJECTS
- Emergency underwater inspection and hull repairs to prepare
an abandoned ocean-going vessel for offshore towing from one port
to another for the U.S. Coast Guard.
- Underwater in lieu of drydocking (UWILD) inspections, propeller
polishing and emergency underwater inspections due to grounding
of ABS Class cargo vessels for a major international steamship
- Currently certified with the following Class societies: ABS,
Lloyds, Germanischer Lloyd, NKK, BV and DNV (pending).
- Diving services to perform an underwater foundation inspection
of the historic Morris Island Lighthouse, built in 1867, in Charleston,
SC for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
- Diving services to inspect (45) bridges covering (9) states
as part of a multi-year contract, generating reports utilizing
Computer Aided Drafting (AutoCAD).
- Diving services to perform FERC inspections as a subconsultant
to a major consulting firm on (7) hydroelectric stations for a
major electric utility company in the Southeast United States
in water depths to over 100 feet, requiring the use of our company
owned recompression chamber, generating reports utilizing Computer
Aided Drafting (AutoCAD).
- Diver-directed dredging utilizing our pump systems to remove
soils from the interior and the entrance of an intake structure
at an industrial facility.
- Contaminated diving services to perform ECCS suction strainer
inspection and coating inspection of the torus at a nuclear power
- Contaminated diving services to perform underwater maintenance
and repair of fuel handling systems at numerous nuclear power
- ROV/sonar services to survey the interior of a 850' deep shaft
at a major electric utility company's hydroelectric plant.
- Diving services as a subcontractor to a major Southeastern construction
company to build an intake structure at a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers'
- Contaminated diving services to penetrate over 200 hundred feet
into sewage tunnels up to 135' deep utilizing various pumping
systems to excavate sewage and perform repairs to damaged carrier
- Emergency response diving services to mitigate the pollution
hazard and salvage (25) vessels sunk in a fire on the Tennessee
River for a major environmental contractor under contract to the
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
- Continued as the primary diving contractor with the Marine Spill
Response Corporation and National Response Corporation networks
to provide coverage for facilities and vessels in compliance with
the Oil Pollution Act of 1990 (OPA 90).
Since 1976 Eason Diving & Marine Contractors, Inc. has remained
committed to providing our clients with professional commercial
diving and marine related services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Through the safe utilization of our qualified personnel, efficient
equipment and expertise we will remain a leader in the diving industry.
Our goal is to continue to provide solutions for our current clients
and to utilize all combined resources to meet the challenges of
our expanding client base.
P.O. BOX 70040 * CHARLESTON, SC 29415 * 24
HOURS (843) 747-0548
2668 SPRUILL AVENUE * CHARLESTON, SC 29405
* FAX (843) 747-2728
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