We utilize a variety of pumps, dredging and diving techniques to keep the sediment from building up and causing problems by restricting water flow or blocking pumps or other equipment.
We can provide video and photo when water conditions permit, but no matter how poor the visibility, we can gather important information regarding all types of marine structures and equipment and their state of repair.
Often times a minor weld repair required on an underwater structure or object would require the costly removal of the structure or a cofferdam to keep the water out. We utilize wet welding and burning so none of that expensive and lengthy work is necessary.
Many construction projects in and around a marine environment require portions of work to be done below the waterline. While it may be beneficial to de-water the submerged work areas on some larger projects, in many cases it is less costly and vastly more efficient to utilize divers to perform the work in the wet. So give Highland Diving Co. a call and see how we can help on your marine construction project.
We are capable of performing almost any underwater maintenance or repair duties required in municipal water plants, intake structures and pump houses, outfalls, power plants, hydroelectric dams and potable water tanks. From dredging to sluice gate replacement to intake screen cleaning and inspection, we have you covered.
Lost something in the lake last weekend? No worries! We have a range of tools and techniques to locate and recover what you need back, and by utilizing scuba where appropriate, it won’t cost you an arm and a leg!
From sample collection to pond cleaning to invasive species removal, Highland Divers are here to help you help the environment.
At times, the safest and most cost effective means of getting eyes on a problem are through the use of a ROV or remotely operated vehicle. This underwater drone can be used in place of a diver for certain jobs, keeping the cost requirement low and divers out of potentially dangerous situations.