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E M I SPRING 2013 G L O B A L D I V I N G & S A LVA G E I N C . Diving into New Waters Global Diving & Salvage's desire to be more than just a service provider to its clients is taking it into new markets and regions. • Seattle “We see ourselves as a partner to our clients.” // DEVON GRENNAN, president Global Diving & Salvage says it has the expertise to work in multiple regions.. [ BY JIM HARRIS ] The West Coast’s largest commercial diving company is continuing to expand its reach in the United States and internationally. Established in 1980, Global Diving & Salvage has expanded its capabilities beyond its origins as a diving contractor into new markets and service lines. Today, the Seattle-based company offers PROFILE Global Diving & Salvage Inc.. | Headquarters: Seattle Service: Commercial diving, emergency response and marine construction Employees: 300 | Revenues: $50-75 million 94 three main services: marine construction, offshore diving operations and casualty/emergency response. The company also operates offices in San Francisco; Anchorage, Alaska; and Houston. All four regional offices employ a full complement of office staff, operations managers, diving equipment and personnel. Global Diving & Salvage’s oil and gasrelated work includes decommissioning, offshore equipment inspections, and repair and maintenance on operating or inoperative offshore platforms. The company has experience on several types of vessels including floating production platforms, four-point moored vessels, lift boats, barges and dynamically positioned vessels. Other industryrelated services include pipeline tie-ins and wellhead installations. The Houston office opened in 2011 in response to client needs, as it was previously serving the area out of the Seattle office and saw an increased demand for its services along the Gulf. This kind of responsiveness and care for its clients is one of Global Diving & Salvage’s hallmarks, President Devon Grennan says. “The overarching message we want to give to our clients is that we don’t think of ourselves as a service provider; we see ourselves as a partner to our clients,” Grennan says. “Sitting down with our

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Energy & Mining International - Spring 2013

Energy & Mining International - Spring 2013
Washington, D.C.
Independent Exploration
Drilling Down
Pipeline Infrastructure
Marine Oil Terminals
Eagle Ford Shale
Monterey Shale
Marcellus Shale
Bakken Shale
Monitoring Fracking
Compliance Abroad
Public/Private Sales
Qv21 Technologies
PVR Partners LP
Lake Truck Lines
Aurcana/Rio Grande Mining Co. – Shafter Mine
Ruder Ware
Legacy Steel Buildings
Mineral Park Mine/Mercator Minerals Ltd.
Hearn Trucking LLC
John Fithian Contracting Co.
Chemex LLC
Global Diving & Salvage Inc.
Gold Spur Trucking
TAM International Inc.
Industrial Minerals Focus
The Mouat Company
Hi-Crush Partners
Mill Creek Sand and Gravel/Peaskie Minerals
Del Sol Industrial Services Inc.
Market & Johnson
Fortress Proppants
Canada Focus
Strategic Oil & Gas
Copper Fox Metals
Standard Machine
Gold Reach Resources
Treasury Metals Inc.
Canadian Zinc
Havlik Gear
The Final Shot

Energy & Mining International - Spring 2013