Nice cooperation with French military

In France lies a military port. We were invited to carry out an In Water Survey on a military ship. It was not so easy, our company and the entire diving team were subjected to a detailed investigation. It took several hours and then it was not over yet. The diver who...
Eunice pushed the floodgates open

Eunice pushed the floodgates open

The Eunice storm did have some serious consequences.   Eunice was so powerful that it managed to push open the lock gates of Houtemsas. Thank God the officials of our government were alert and managed to keep the water management of the polders under control...
Two very precise cuts with the BROCO torch

Two very precise cuts with the BROCO torch

Carrying out a cutting job with the BROCO torch in the Scheldt River is quite a challenge.   At a quay wall in Hoboken, an old fender beam had to be removed to be able to carry out painting work. The beam was attached to the sheet piling with steel plates....
Great things sometimes come in pairs!

Great things sometimes come in pairs!

We are very proud to have signed, in just a few days, two contracts for diving work under offshore conditions. One will take place in Belgian territorial waters, the second off the coast of France.   We are looking for freelance professional divers – under...
Our new and stronger management team

Our new and stronger management team

We are proud to present our expanded management team. From now on, we can count full time on the cooperation of a master in his field: Martin Van Dromme. 25 years ago Martin took his first step in the diving underwater world and started his own diving company. He ran...
8,6 metres propeller polishing

8,6 metres propeller polishing

Just before the weekend a huge ice-class gastanker full of LNG-gas arrived in the port of Zeebrugge and was very carefully brought to its berth in the outer port. As soon as the tugboots had left the port and the gas transfer was stable, we were given permission to...
Salvaging a World War II pontoon

Salvaging a World War II pontoon

At the end of World War II, a 40-ton pontoon was built to unload American equipment to drive the Germans out of the country. It was built to last as long as possible in the face of massive warfare. And it survived the war. For many decades, the pontoon was used for...
DNV – Approved Service Supplier

DNV – Approved Service Supplier

We were already accepted by Lloyd’s Register and Bureau Veritas and now DNV has also accepted us as an Approved Service Supplier. This means that we are allowed to carry out diving work on class vessels for the majority of surveyors in the maritime world. Our...