Experience is our way of setting the bar higher
Seaward Marine Services mobilized a seven-person dive team and support equipment from Norfolk, VA on January 31, 2021 to provide diving services at Arthur Kill Power Station in Staten Island, NY in support of underwater cleaning, inspection, and repair items identified in the intake bays and discharge tunnel from previous 2017 and 2020 underwater inspections. Period of performance was February 3-28, 2021. Seaward Mobile Diving Unit 2 received the task.
| || |
| || |
Posted on: 01/Jun/2021Cecil C. Achord
Crowley Government Services, Inc. awarded Seaward Marine Services, LLC Norfolk a firm fixed contract for removal of all skin valves including installation of cofferdams to support the removal of the thirty overboard hull penetration openings for the installation of steel blanks. The contract also required conducting an underwater hull inspection and cleaning of the underwater hull and appendages. Work was completed by Seawards Diving Vessel Coastal Pride at Lamberts Point Docks during the January 29, through March 11, 2021 availability.
Posted on: 12/Apr/2021Cecil C. Achord
Seaward Marine Services Norfolk won a Military Sealift Command competitive bid for diving services on the USNS Puerto Rico (T EPF-11) at the Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story, VA.
Posted on: 02/Nov/2020Cecil C. Achord
Mid Atlantic Engineering Technical Services (MAETS) contracted Seaward Marine Services to provide diving services in support of USNS Joshua Humphreys at Naval Station Norfolk, VA. Work was completed September 21-25, 2020 on budget and under the allotted timeline.
Posted on: 26/Oct/2020Cecil C. Achord
National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) awarded Seaward Marine Services two separate firm fixed Purchase Orders through competitive bid process to provide diving services in support of NOAA Vessels Okeanos Explorer and Ronald H. Brown.
Posted on: 22/Oct/2020Cecil C. Achord
Walashek Industrial & Marine Inc. awarded Seaward Marine Services a firm fixed Purchase Order through competitive bid process to provide diving services in support of USNS Robert E. Peary at Naval Station Norfolk, VA.
Posted on: 19/Oct/2020Cecil C. Achord
Pacific Gulf Marine http://www.pac-gulf.com/ contracted Seaward Marine Services to provide diving services in support of two separate MARAD USNS Turbo-Activations in Newport News Virginia.
Posted on: 14/Oct/2020Cecil C. Achord
Keystone Shipping Company contracted Seaward Marine Services to provide diving services in support of two separate MARAD USNS Turbo-Activations is Charleston, SC. Turbo-Activations are no-notice readiness exercises for the prepositioned ships to get the vessels tested and underway within 96 hours.
Posted on: 05/Oct/2020Cecil C. Achord
Seaward Marine Services Mobile 3 has completed a one month mobilization in support of Tote Services, SubCom, General Dynamics Electric Boat, U.S. Navy, and Woods Hole Group.
TOTE Services http://www.toteservices.com/ contracted Seaward, through a competitive bid process, to provide diving services in support of SS DENEBOLA Turbo Activation.
Posted on: 30/Sep/2020Cecil C. Achord
On June 1st 2020, Seaward Mob 2 and the LampRay crew mobilized to the Submarine Force Museum in Groton CT to perform a Seaward first; a LampRay hull survey on a US Navy submarine, the Nautilus. The Lampray crew modified and adapted the proven surface ship hull survey system to perform a comprehensive hull survey on the Historic submarine. The Nautilus (SSN-571) was the world’s first nuclear powered submarine and served for the US Navy until 1980. Seaward has been providing hull cleanings and inspections for many years, however this year was a first. Seaward Lampray was able to reconfigure its acoustic tracking system for deployment on the submarine. A comprehensive hull survey was then completed involving metal thickness, coating thickness and electro potential hull voltage, that will be presented to the vessel engineers who can then more efficiently plan their upcoming drydocking. Mob 2, in addition to a full cleaning, performed a diver handheld UT thickness inspection on areas the ROV could not effectively scan. All tasks were completed safely and on schedule and allowed the crews to transit back home to Virginia.
Posted on: 29/Jun/2020Cecil C. Achord