About Us Services
COMMERCIAL DIVING, INSPECTING & SURVEYING
MARINE CONSTRUCTION& ENGINEERING
government & defense
Buoy & Mooring Maintenance
Cathodic Protection Systems
Dry Dock Assistance
Hull Inspection & Repair
Non-Destructive Testing (NDT)
Pile Surveys & Repairs
Underwater Welding & Cutting
PDI is well respected in the field of marine recovery. It has the capability of quick response with the proper equipment in good working order and a crew highly experienced in lift capabilities.
The Company has a warehouse stocked with a large selection of totally enclosed and
parachute type lift bags. This combination of knowledge, experience, and proper equipment is one of the most crucial elements in any successful recovery operation. PDI is capable of preparing a thorough damage survey following recovery operations to comply with the requirements of the surveyor as well as the insurance company.
The Company serves various customers in the commercial and military sectors including but not limited to the following:
American Ship Management Maersk Line Ltd. (Guam &Saipan)
Bowhead Marine Service Military Sea Lift Command
Bluewater Marine & Dock MRSC (Marine Spill Response Corporation)
Crowley Marine NAVSEA
Crystal Cruise Lines NOAA
Edison Chouest Norwegian Cruise Lines (NCL)
Global Pearl Harbor Ocean Ship Holdings
Hawaii Pacific Shipyards International Pasha Group Hawaii
Harris Corp. Princess Cruise Lines
Hawaiian Electric Company Sause Brothers
Hawaiian Marine Lines Shaka Engineering
Hawaiian Tug & Barge SPS Maritime
Holland America Lines State of Hawaii- Harbors Division
International Paint, LLC SubSea Global Solutions (SGS)
Interocean American Shipping SubCom LLC.
Inchcape Transmarine Navigation
ISS Marine Services U.H. Marine Center
Koko Marina Management U.S. Navy
Ko’olina Marina U.S. Coast Guard Hawaii
Laconia Development Co. Waldron Norton Lilly Int’l LLC
Marisco Ltd. Young Brothers
Matson Navigation Company
PDI is a member of the Association of Diving Contractors International (ADCI) and endeavors to promote the highest possible level of safety while providing diving services. PDI conducts job safety analyses for each service provided, requires personal protective equipment (PPE) at all times, and its dive supervisors conduct pre- and post- safety meetings. Equipment is routinely checked, then staged and tested prior to each job.
PDI follows the ADCI Consensus Standards for commercial diving and underwater operations. Operational and Health and Safety Procedures have been reviewed, updated, and documented through the below documents:
- Pacific Diving Industries Inc. Safe Operations Manual
- Pacific Diving Industries Inc. Health and Safety Program
- Pacific Diving Industries Inc. Quality Management Systems Manual
PDI has an exemplary safety record. There has been no lost time in the past seven years.
PDI has written procedures for services provided (i.e. hull and propeller cleaning, NDT testing, and UWILD surveys under the direction of a surveyor). The NavSea Underwater Ship Husbandry Manual is used for services such as Cofferdam Installation and Shaft Wraps. All work is carefully planned and discussed with PDI’s general manager, dive supervisor, and the ship’s chief engineer.
The Company’s capabilities in marine construction include: the installation of several of Hawaii’s small boat marinas; bridge, pier and pile repair for the U.S. Navy, Air Force, and Coast Guard in Hawaii, Wake and Midway Islands; buoy & mooring maintenance and installation for the State of Hawaii; ultrasonic testing and maintenance of pipelines for the U.S. Coast Guard; extensive work on the OTEC-1 project for the U.S. Department of Energy, including inspections, rigging, underwater welding, and installation of mooring facilities; and surveying suitable undersea routes for cable laying ships.
Equipment & Location
PDI’s Honolulu facility is in Mapunapuna, conveniently located to Honolulu and Pearl Harbors and a short drive from both the airport for travel to outer islands and the west shore harbor facilities at Barber’s Point.
In Mapunapuna, PDI has a spacious shop that houses the diving equipment (scuba and surface supplied), an air compressor for on-site tank filling, portable air compressors, hull cleaning equipment, welding and cutting equipment, a stock of anodes, cofferdams, rigging, lift bags and dive related items. There is a separate office on-site for administration.
PDI uses pneumatic (air-driven) hull cleaning machines that can be fitted with a variety of
brushes depending on the intensity and density of bio-fouling present and the type of hull coating. These machines are efficient and eliminate the risk of oil pollution to the water.
The Company’s main transportation vehicle serves as a “drive and dive” set up containing the surface air supply equipment and a station that houses video graphic and through water communication equipment. This increases operational efficiency and facilitates a real-time viewing and recording area for our clients.