Seatech Commercial Diving are pleased to announce that they now have approval to carryout in water hull cleaning and propeller polishing within the Port of Southampton. Utilising an environmental reclaim system, successful trials have been undertaken, the results enabling Seatech to immediately commence operations.
Seatech are pleased to announce that they are now Constructionline accredited.
Seatech are pleased to announce that they are now Bureau Veritas accredited.
Seatech are pleased to announce that they achieved their ISO 14001 certification. Dale Rollinson presented Seatech’s Hannah Ward with the certificate on 7th October.
Seatech are a Specialist Applicator of the SeaSheild 2000FD Range of heavy pile protection.
SeaShield Series 2000 FD heavy duty system provides protection for steel, concrete and timber structures in the splash and intertidal zones.
Series 2000 FD can be used to encapsulate jetty piles, offshore riser pipes and exposed piping.Read More
It can accommodate piles with cylindrical and hexagonal sections as well as support members and bracings.
For more information please contact the office.
Two years after the the biggest salvage operation ever undertaken the Costa Concordia finally reached Genoa Port after a four day, 170 mile tow from the island of Giglio in Italy.
Seatech’s Glenn Skelton (Managing Director), Gary Berntsen (Business Development Manager) John Harper (Contracts Manager) were invited to Genoa for the reception. Dignitaries, associated companies and contractors where present to acknowledge the achievement of the salvage operation.
Seatech were proud to be one of the companies who supplied specialist dive teams around the clock to assist in the Parbuckling operation to right the vessel.
At the end of April Seatech moved from their Kemps Quay premises of 13 years to a new property located in Botley near Southampton just 15 minutes from off the M27.
The new much larger premises has already enabled the company to grow with the addition of extra staff and the purchase of new equipment for diving operations and testing of equipment.
The move coincides with a complete rebranding of the company including: New company logo, transport livery, workwear, corporate brochure and new website.
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If you have considered the difficulties in trying lift a piece of burnt paper in a moderate breeze, then perhaps you can understand some of the difficulties in raising a 70 year old aircraft from the bottom of the English Channel.
Seatech are proud to be associated with numerous salvage and recovery projects across the world including being the Principle Diving Contractor for the raising of the WWII Dornier 17 Bomber at Goodwin Sands off the Kent coast. It took three years of planning and was lying on a chalk bed surrounded by debris at a depth of 50ft,Read More
Experts believe the plane is the last remaining Dornier bomber in existence. The project is believed to be the biggest recovery of its kind in British waters.
The Parbuckling operation of The Costa Concordia was successfully completed off the island of Giglio Italy. This project will be largest salvage operation of its kind to date.
An incredible 9 Tonnes of welding rods, 31,000 tonnes of steel for fabrication, 18,000 tonnes of grout and over 31,000 individual dives were logged before the rotation, or parbuckling, of the ship could be pulled the 66 degrees to rotate into an upright position during the early morning hours of September 16th.
The Costa Concordia ran aground off the coast of Italy with over 4,000 passengers and crew on board on 13th January 2012. The cruise ship was partially submerged and sitting on the edge of a dangerous 290ft shelf.
Seatech supported the project supplying dive teams around the clock to help secure the huge metal cables to the caissons on the side of the ship which would help right the vessel after a 19 hour procedure. The dive teams worked on various applications including Underwater Welding & cutting.
A convoy of more than a dozen support vessels, including two tugboats successfully towed the Costa Concordia into Genoa Port on 2nd August 2014 where it will be broken up for scrap.
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Seatech Commercial Diving Services Ltd
Unit 14, Bottings Ind. Estate
Hampshire. SO30 2DY
Tel: +44 (0)1489 797 969
(includes 24/7 emergency line).