MTR100 '13 ASI Group Ltd.

Friday, September 20, 2013

The Case:
ASI Group Ltd. (ASI) was founded in 1987 as Aquatic Sciences Inc. by a team of industry professionals committed to providing integrated engineering, marine and ecological services to local clients. Over the past 25 years of business operations, ASI has expanded equipment and personnel resources to establish working relationships with many global clients.

The Company:
ASI Group is a full-service engineering and technology based company with a focus on all aspects of underwater infrastructure inspections, maintenance, and repair; as well as the design, build and operation of water and wastewater treatment facilities. The company is comprised of an exceptional blend of water and wastewater engineering, construction management and marine operations personnel. Presently, the team consists of more than 100 experts including professional engineers, certified engineering technologists, environmental and engineering technicians, water quality analysts, licensed commercial divers, surveyors and hydrography specialists. Throughout the past 25 years in business, its strongest asset has been the ability to offer a full service approach - from initial problem identification to the development and implementation of the appropriate solution. The head office is situated in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada with additional regional branches located in Sarnia, Ottawa and Haliburton. We also operate an office identified as Aquatic Sciences L.P. in Orchard Park, New York, USA.

The Tech:
ASI Group owns and operates a diverse fleet of advanced remotely operated vehicles (ROV’s) that services a wide range of industries. Combined with the latest in video capture and sonar imaging, specialized ROV tooling and inspection techniques, ASI’s ROV division has earned international reputation for the highest standards of quality.


P.O. Box 2205, 250 Martindale Road
St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada L2R 7R8
Tel: (905) 641-0941

CEO/President: Carmen Sferrazza
Employees: 120

(As published in the July/August 2013 edition of Marine Technologies -

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