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Anode Installation for Terminal 5 Modernization Project

2023-12-28T21:26:52+00:00December 28th, 2023|Projects|

AUS successfully completed anode installations for Seattle Harbor’s Terminal 5 modernization project. AUS provided an OSHA and ADCI certified commercial dive crew to install anodes for the Terminal’s cathodic protection system. Additionally, AUS dive crews performed dredging, surveying, and burning sheet piles and king piles to elevation.

AUS Completes Port of Everett Pile Repairs

2023-11-09T05:49:57+00:00November 9th, 2023|Construction, Projects|

AUS dive crews successfully installed structurally reinforced pile jackets at the Port of Everett. Using surface supplied air and mounted helmet cameras, AUS divers repaired the piles from the mudline to the top of the piles. Dive depths reached 54 ft and water temperatures hovered just above 50 degrees on this  project.      

AUS Relocates Water Station Barge on Echo Bay, Lake Mead

2023-03-12T01:22:50+00:00March 12th, 2023|News, Projects|

Due to the current drought crisis, AUS dive crews are relocating Echo Bay’s water intake barge to deeper water on Echo Bay, Lake Mead. The water intake barge is currently sitting in shallow water as Lake Mead’s water levels reach historic lows. AUS is relocating the barge and four concrete anchors as well as extending the

AUS Inspects and Repairs Damaged Fish Structures on Lewis River, Washington

2023-03-11T20:28:26+00:00March 11th, 2023|News, Projects|

AUS divers inspected and repaired damage to essential fish structures caused by recent storms on the Lewis River, Washington. Recent storm water and debris damaged essential fish nets and pens located in the Swift Reservoir on the Lewis River. AUS dive crews inspected the damage and made necessary repairs to fish structures to ensure continued

Emergency Salvage at Pier 69, Seattle, WA

2023-03-11T20:29:37+00:00March 11th, 2023|News, Projects|

AUS crews provided emergency salvage services at Pier 69, Seattle, WA. AUS Divers on Pier 69 Emergency Salvage After a construction barge broke loose on Pier 69, AUS was called to provide emergency salvage services to locate and recover construction materials that fell from the barge. AUS crews also inspected the Pier face

Pier 55 and 56 Pile and Dock Repair

2023-03-09T20:08:23+00:00March 9th, 2023|Projects|

AUS is currently performing diving work on the Pier 55 and 56 projects in Seattle, WA, for Pacific Pile & Marine(PPM). AUS is providing a three-person commercial diving crew (OSHA, WISHA and ADCI Approved) to perform pile excavation, pile stubbing, pile repair, and general diving services. Services for this project include: underwater welding and burning,

AUS Discusses the Diving Industry at Spokane Public Schools’ Career Fair

2022-11-18T20:43:10+00:00November 18th, 2022|News|

Associated Underwater Services (AUS) was invited speak at the Spokane Public Schools' Career Fair. Kirk Neumann, AUS General Manager, discussed the diving industry and shared his extensive experience in the diving world with 2,500 local 5th graders. Mr. Neumann spoke about the important role divers play in maintaining our critical infrastructure. He also discussed the positive

AUS Performs Sonar Survey at Enloe Dam, Oroville, Washington

2022-11-16T19:39:05+00:00November 16th, 2022|News, Projects|

AUS conducted a sonar survey at Enloe Dam, situated on the Similkameen River. AUS, teaming with ASI Marine, utilized two different sonar systems to perform the survey. The first portion of the survey was done with a multi-beam sonar system mounted on the bottom of the work boat. The second portion was done with a

AUS Retrieves Four Aluminum Sample Sleds at Brightwater Treatment Plant Marine Outfall

2022-11-16T00:39:24+00:00November 16th, 2022|News, Projects|

AUS Diving was contracted to retrieve four aluminum environmental sample sleds along the Brightwater Treatment Plant Marine Outfall.  The Brightwater Treatment Plant Marine Outfall, located in King County, extends a mile off of Point Wells into Puget Sound. The outfall consists of twin 600-foot-deep pipes, each with approximately 250 feet of diffuser at the offshore

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