Logan Diving & Salvage's commercial divers are skilled and experienced in power plant diving work. From intake structures to outfall pipelines we understand your annual industrial maintenance needs.
Underwater power transmission cable inspection, maintenance, installation and repair are also familiar projects and we have the divers and equipment to satisfy your requirements.
Raw Water Intake Structures
Annual diving inspection during outages provides an opportunity to inspect the intake and appurtenances for proper operation and condition.
Trash racks and traveling water screens can be inspected and repaired.
Intake structure accumulated silt can be removed by diver operated hydraulic dredging operations. Typically, portable 6”Ø hydraulic dredges are utilized to remove silt and debris from the forebay and pump bay of intakes.
Often times failure to maintain an intake in its operational design limits results in unscheduled disruption of service. Silt/mud/sand drastically reduces the volume of available water to the plant. Periods of drought or low water can actually leave the plant without sufficient water due to unaddressed siltation issues.
Annual inspection prevents unscheduled disruption of service and documents existing conditions.
Marine Specialty Contractor # SCC131151014
March 7th. 2018
NERRds on the Water
By: Shannon Dunnigan
Don’t ever be afraid to ask for help.
Our help came in the form Logan Diving & Salvage based out of Jacksonville, Florida, led by Mr. Joe Busuttil. We hired them to help us access those lower brackets AND install some new ones even deeper to help prevent our station from breaking again. As experienced commercial divers, they could easily assist us with this task. ... more info.
January 21st. 2018
Florida Today News - Logan Divers stabilizing Melbourne Causeway underwater pipe exposed by Hurricane Irma's currents
After Hurricane Irma, the city of Melbourne dispatched divers to the Indian River Lagoon to check the 20-inch water main beneath the Melbourne Causeway...... more info.
Subaqueous Pipeline Stabilization Project
ST. THOMAS, U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS – A luxury resort on the south shore of St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands recently stabilized a 300-foot long seawater intake pipeline using SlingBag® from QUIKRETE® placed by Logan Diving & Salvage... more info.
Logan Diving & Salvage Protects Underwater Habitat Using Slingbag From QUIKRETE for Stabilzation Project... more info.
Logan Diving & Salvage USA/Carribean Division provided surface supplied diving systems, management, commercial divers, and ancillary equipment to assist with underwater multibeam scanning of a recently failed Bridge in Jacksonville, Florida... more info.
Logan Diving & Salvage completes comprehensive level 1 substructure inspection of global energy and bulk commodities suppliers marine facility, Kingston, Jamaica... more info.