Diving

Offshore + Deepwater


SURFACE/MIXED GAS DIVE FROM DP2 VESSEL

Coast of New York


MORRISON performed underwater operations in depths ranging from 150-180 FSW in response to an oil recovery operation approximately 30 miles off the coast of New York.

  • Crews worked in excess of 11,000 man-hours
  • Performed 193 HEO2 Gas Dives to 180 FSW
  • Spent 355 hours of water time in waters as cold as 43 degrees
  • Performed 59 Hot Taps
  • Zero Recordable Incidents

The M/V Shelia Bordelon, a 275 ft. DP2 vessel, was key to supporting the operation.

MORRISON’s Senior Diving Superintendent, MORRISON’s Offshore Construction Manager, as well as the entire MORRISON crew, were given significant recognition by the USCG for their professionalism and leadership throughout the complex operations.

 

"This has been one of the most challenging and the most rewarding operations in all of my career." - said Lieutenant Commander and chief incident management for the USCG. "The entire dive crew has been world-class professionals in every regard."