Marine Structures & Engineering
The Marine Structures & Engineering Section performs systems design, analysis, fabrication and test programs emphasizing the technologies in the marine and offshore petroleum industries. Marine systems design/development capabilities include autonomous underwater vehicles (AUV); remote operated vehicles (ROV), pressure vessels for human occupancy (PVHO) and Deep Ocean pressure vessel and umbilical design and fabrication. Fabrication experience includes PVHO's, deck decompression chambers, submarine models and deep ocean pressure vessels. Fabrication codes met include PVHO, ABS, DNV, USCG, ASME (Section VIII, Divisions 1 & 2) and U.S. Navy. Testing services include pressure testing, large scale/full scale structural testing, functional/operational testing and burst/collapse/failure testing.
Joe Crouch, Manager
Marine Structures & Engineering Technical Strengths
- Marine Systems — Design Analysis, Development and Testing
- Large Scale/Full Scale Structural Testing
- Oilfield Equipment Testing/Failure Analysis
- Pressure Vessel Design and Fabrication