Titanium Sub Sea are engaged in repairs to the Clachan Duich bridge in the north west Highlands of Scotland. Titanium undertook a scour survey of the structure in February 2015 during which scour holes were found. The repairs to the structure are now underway on behalf of Bear Scotland
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Titanium Sub Sea Archives
Titanium recently undertook an underwater hull survey of the floating restaurant the St Katherine at London Embankment. The survey included UT readings from keel to waterline at 2m intervals. Titanium obtained all diving permits and liaised with the PLA during diving operations.
As part of our continuing operations inspecting and repairing bridges in Scotland Titanium have taken delivery of a new 7.2m offshore RIB powered by a 200HP Suzuki. The vessel cruises at 45mph and is well suited to offshore survey, diving and inspection work
Titanium Sub Sea have taken delivery of a new road transportable lifting barge for on water and difficult to reach lifting operations in the UK
Snaps From Our Latest Diving Operations In Scotland Which Included Diving In Confined Spaces And Voids Under A Bridge
Titanium have won a safety boat hire contract providing rescue support for operatives working at London Bridge during the construction of a new stairway. Our team are supporting Mackley construction during night and daytime shifts.
This is a core project of the Riverside Walk Enhancement strategy and involves replacing the existing staircase that links London Bridge with the Riverside with a new open staircase that is more visible and attractive. The existing staircase is within the bridge structure and has a poor environment and related problems with antisocial behaviour. The new staircase will cantilever over the river and will stand out as a clear link for the increasing numbers of people that use the Riverside Walk.
The inspections include both major and minor structures across the Scottish Highlands including the 68 span 1.46 KM Cromarty Bridge and the 21 span 892 Meter Dornoch Bridge.
The inspections include scour and Accelerated Low Water Corrosion (ALWC) surveys, marine growth assessments along with cctv video footage and photographs. Additionally ordnance datums of pile caps and pile exposure levels to be obtained and confirm current levels and condition of scour protection.
Titanium UK are providing dive support and underwater inspection services for several bridge inspections across the capital. Our teams are providing detailed surveys to the submerged elements of the structures including infrared underwater digital CCTV footage.
Titanium Sub Sea have been contracted in to assist with the Clacton Sea Defence Project. Titanium Sub Sea are working closely with Boskallis Westminster
Operations include slinging and recovering rocks, checking anchor moorings and general dive assistance.
On the 22nd July 2013 Titanium UK were contacted to assist with locating a missing pilot presumed lost at sea when his Cirrus aircraft crashed into the English Channel less than 24 hrs earlier. Rescue efforts were called off by the Coastguard and RNLI after wreckage was found off the Dungeness coast.
Titanium UK liaised with the RNLI who provided us with the times and co-ordinates of the area where the floating wreckage was last found. Because the exact impact zone was unknown and the depths of water were beyond practical air diving limits it was necessary to locate the aircraft using sonar and ROV's. The search pattern information obtained was passed to the sonar and ROV team who used the information to help locate the aircraft.
The underwater rescue team found the wreckage.
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