Commercial Diving Case Studies
At Kew Diving customer satisfaction is at the forefront of everything we do. With decades of experience behind us, we continue to lead the way in specialist diving operations and underwater maintenance across the length and breadth of the UK.
To find out more about the everyday challenges our commercial divers face, and the results and solutions that we can achieve for our clients, take a look at a selection of some of our previous projects.
Challenge and Results At Kew Diving, we offer underwater engineering repair services for a variety of different scenarios. Take, for example, this recent diving assignment that our expert dive team was called to assist with. Due to flash flooding and torrential rain, an emergency call came in to help with a submerged work pit on
Challenge and Results Kew Diving has built a nationwide reputation for our services, but a recent job saw us deployed much further afield. In September 2022, we were called upon at the last minute by a fellow diving contractor. The joint assignment was to make emergency repairs to a barge on a German wind farm
Challenge and Results We were contacted by a pleasure craft owner who had fouled their propeller on some submerged rope as they made their approach into St Katherines Dock. Rather than having to dry dock their vessel in order to clear it, our divers managed to mobilise and remove the fouling quickly, so that they
Challenge and Results We were contacted to provide some in-water services, to assist with inspections on the moat bridge at Leeds castle. Often referred to as the castle of Queens, due to it being the residence for six medieval Queens, it was up to us to make this bridge safe, secure and fit for royalty.
Challenge and Results At Kew Diving, we offer a 24 hour call out service, so are always ready for any underwater emergency that comes our way! On one recent bank holiday, we received a call to attend and inspect the inside of a hopper dredger that had partially flooded due to an emergency valve failure.
Challenge & Results Chatham Maritime Trust uses an old basin within Chatham Docks as a watersports centre, teaching children and adults how to sail, kayak and windsurf as well as a host of other water based experiences and activities. As the water within the basin remains relatively still throughout the year, marine growth dies and