Global Diving & Salvage New Office in Calif.

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Seattle based - Global Diving & Salvage, Inc. is expanding their operations in the San Francisco Bay Area by opening an office in Richmond, Calif., to augment their existing Rio Vista office. The Richmond office will expand Global’s existing diving services and offer additional  environmental and waterfront services which include ship husbandry, preventative booming, and fendering operations.  The new location will  shorten the response time  for  diving, ROV, and salvage services by having personnel and equipment located in the Bay Area. Kyle Watson, the operations manager, will be working hand in hand with Global’s Rio Vista office General Manager, Kevin Pehle, to ensure that the company’s standard of excellence in performance, safety, and customer service is delivered above expectations to existing and new clients in throughout the California region. 

Kyle Watson, CMA Class of ’99, has been with Global, in their Seattle office for seven years. He currently holds a USCG 3rd Mate’s unlimited license, 40hr HAZWOPER certificate, and ICS 400 level certification.  Kyle’s experience includes serving as an Officer in the USCG Reserve as well as working on and supervising a wide variety of preventative environmental services including; oil spill and casualty response, vessel salvage, derelict vessel removal, demolition, marine fendering, and other marine services. 
 
Global Diving & Salvage, Inc.
California Region Contacts:
Richmond Office
5221 Central Ave, Ste 105
Richmond, CA 94804
(510) 280-3575
 
Rio Vista Office
3059 Cattey Ln.
Rio Vista, CA 94571
(925) 439-7227

www.gdiving.com

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