Our service includes a comprehensive consultation to help identify gaps and opportunities, a comprehensive report that can include a project plan with timelines and milestones, a cost analysis, and a schedule. That’s how we ensure your success.
We are not a Dive company , although we work closely with divers., and we have a resident dive team on hand for any dive requirement in the scope of work we are presented with. We will also work with your Dive Team and assist them in surveying the site and implementing the desired course of action
We also use all forms of modern technology to assist in creating the most complete and comprehensive picture of the In-water area of interest. Using a ROV (Remote Underwater Vehicle) provides a real time look at bottom structure and existing conditions. Our Side Scan sonar technology shows accurate depictions of bottom topography and slope which helps in the decision making process for the appropriate solution Using preexisting drawings, Blue prints and photographs when available help establish an accurate understanding of the actual structure being worked on. Combining all of this technology with the years of experience with In-water construction, the MOL, the MOE, Construction requirements and Diving practices allows us to suggest the best solution to your Project
Our Goal is to provide the most cost effective solution to the intricate and often unpredictable world of In-water Construction. Over the last 20 years we have seen a drastic change in work practices regarding In-water work. De-Watering is favored over In-water construction, to ensure quality of work and proper construction protocols are met. The Ministry of Environment also has a much larger role in todays construction process, restricting methods of work that were quite common in days past. We also can work closely with local First Nations if the site is in a sensitive or Claim area.
Our Company follows all Ministry of Labour Standards and Regulations for Diving (Z275.2) as well as The Canadian Occupational Health and Safety Regulations. Safety and Success go hand in hand