Category: Corporate

13th Annual Global Golf Tournament Benefits Children’s Hospital

It was another successful year for Global’s Annual Golf Tournament! The final tally is in, and with the help of our players and sponsors, we raised $44,000 for Seattle Children’s Hospital this year.  That brings Global’s donations to more than $450,000 dollars for the charity over the last 13 years.  These donations go to help this …

Current Shifts in the Salvage Industry

Earlier this year, Global used a Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) to rig a 35’ steel-hull tug for recovery after she sank in 230 feet of water in the Northumberland Channel near Nanaimo, BC in 2014. Once at the surface, the tug was dewatered and defueled; after inspection by the Canadian Coast Guard she was authorized …

Kyle Watson Promoted to Director of Casualty Response

Global is pleased to announce that Kyle Watson has accepted the position of Director of Casualty Response, the lead executive position for the Casualty Response Group at Global. Mr. Watson has been serving as the interim Director since mid-December, overseeing a number of large-scale projects, working with clients, and developing Global’s strategy for emergency response. …

US Coast Guard Highlights Teamwork During Hurricane Response

When Hurricane Michael struck the Florida Coast late last fall, the US Coast Guard responded, coordinating efforts with FEMA and other state and federal agencies, and streamlining recovery tasks by creating one Unified Command. Global and Moran Environmental Recovery are proud to have played a vital role in this large scale response. In the latest …

Global Acquired by Moran Environmental Recovery (MER)

Global Diving & Salvage, Inc. (Global) announces their acquisition by Moran Environmental Recovery, LLC (MER), headquartered in Randolph, MA. Founded in 1979, Global has positioned itself as an international leader in marine construction, commercial diving, environmental services, and marine casualty response. Global has six locations in the western part of the U.S. and services clients …

3rd Annual Global Safety Meeting

On January 16th we held our third annual company-wide Global Safety Meeting. Managers and employees from all of Global’s regions met in Seattle to review our 2018 safety performance and lay out our plans for 2019.  In addition, Guest Speaker Bruce Wilkinson delivered a presentation on thinking about safety in the workplace, at home and …

Gowdy, Brockmoller promoted to new Marine Construction positions

Global Diving & Salvage, Inc. is proud to announce the promotions of Renee Gowdy and Lee Brockmoller, two key members of Global’s Marine Construction, Engineering & Technology team. “Global has seen impressive growth the last few years, and Renee and Lee have both played critical roles in helping us achieve and maintain our goals,” said …

12th Annual Golf Tournament Raises Funds for Children’s Hospital

It was another successful year for Global’s 12th Annual Golf Tournament! The final tally is in, and with the help of our players and sponsors, we raised $61,000 for Seattle Children’s Hospital this year.  That brings Global’s donations to more than $410,000 dollars for the charity over the last 12 years.  These donations go to help …

Mobile Ballast Treatment System Tested

Global Diving & Salvage, Inc. recently led a demonstration of the mobile ballast water treatment system, Ballast Responder, on board the 730-foot bulk carrier Tim S. Dool on the Great Lakes. “Equipment was operational within eight hours of arrival and the first set of tanks were fully treated, neutralized, and ready to discharge only 20 hours later,” …

Ceremony Marks Opening of Olmsted Dam

The Olmsted Locks and Dam project is the largest civil works project in the history of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Working with the U.S. Army Corps since 2010, Global Diving & Salvage has safely and successfully supported all dive related services for in-water construction; completing more than 15,000 dives in the course of …