Ballard Diving & Salvage Changes Name and Announces Expansion

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Tuesday, October 01, 2013

Ballard Diving & Salvage announces that it is changing the company name to Ballard Marine Construction, Inc. to better reflect its customer base and service capabilities. In addition, the company is expanding with fully staffed and equipped locations in Chicago, Florida and Wisconsin. The locations complement existing BMC regional offices in Anchorage, Seattle, Portland Metro and the San Francisco Bay Area. 

Shilo Hutton, owner of Ballard Marine Construction, Inc. states, “The new company name more clearly captures the capabilities of our highly skilled and accomplished team of professionals and reflects our expanded marine service capabilities.”

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