East West Dive and Salvage employs an experienced weld team to conduct both above and below water welding operations including welding in wet environments. The team have accumulated over 12km of welding length since July 2015 conducting steel patch repairs to sheet pile wall and steel tubular piles, installation of continuity bar and anodes on Impressed Current Cathodic Protection (ICCP) systems, conducting repairs to ships, and other steel repairs.

The company holds a variety of Qualified Weld Procedures to which the weld team are coded to maximise cost efficiencies and lead times for structural welding requirements; these include 6mm and 8mm continual fillet welds in 2F, 3F and 4F position welds. Holding these WQP and codes means the lead time for most welding tasks is minimal.

The weld team is capable of water and waterside based operations.

Vessel Malae is a dedicated welding barge suited for inland and protected water projects.

East West Dive and Salvage also has CSWIP 3.1 and 3.2 certified divers to undertake non-destructive testing operations with Ultra sonic thickness testing (UTT) and Magnetic Particle Inspection (MPI). We can provide this service with effective results, a high level of efficiency and minimal lead times.