GREAT LAKES DIVING & SALVAGE
As a fully insured, ADC & OSSHA certified, Mid-West based diving company, our goal is to provide clients with courteous, highly professional, and affordable Commercial Diving and Salvage services, not only in the Mid-West, but also throughout the United States.
With an extensive background in all facets of Inland and Offshore Diving and Marine Construction, our corporate group of Engineers, Supervisors and Divers bring to the table over 80 years of experience in both shallow (Air) and deep water (mixed-gas) related projects within the Diving and Marine Construction fields. Most salvage diving is commercial work, or military work, depending on the diving contractor and the purpose for the salvage operation we can cover any size project.
Great Lakes Diving and Salvage marine construction division primarily serves customers in the civil construction and engineering markets, including federal, state, municipal, and private sector needs.
In addition to underwater construction, we work on other highly technical projects and tasks requiring customized underwater solutions. Our expertise in both inland and offshore diving services and operations, gives us deep-water infrastructure capabilities that are useful in the industry.
We bring together the resources to handle challenging projects with our project management, engineering, and fabrication abilities—anytime, anywhere. We’re able to create custom solutions, from design and fabrication to implementation.
With our great safety record and experienced crews, we provide support services for platforms, pipelines, and other operations. Our employees have operational experience working on many types of platforms.
Our diving services equipment is portable and can accommodate a diversity of job tasks and work platforms. In addition, our diving systems can be further configured to accommodate a variety of deck layout plans. Fill out our Contact Form below or visit our Contact Us page to team up with Great Lakes Diving and Salvage and discover our locations today.