TAMS’ Diving Division was established as the foundation of Australian Mooring Services in 2000 and has contributed to the success and diversity of its current integrated standing through innovation and development. The Diving Division offers a skilled range of experienced personnel to manage, supervise and execute a variety of challenging projects, from construction and mining to environmental management and renewable energy.
TAMS’ diving teams are held in high regard for their consistent delivery of safe diving services. Our senior diving personnel are recognised as leaders for their capability and level of professionalism.
TAMS’ Diving Safety Management System was endorsed by NOPSA in 2010 with the Division also accredited to international classification societies including Germanischer Lloyd (GL), Bureau Veritas (BV) and the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) as an approved in-water survey contractor.
The Diving Division maintains a dedicated mooring support dive team for installation, inspection, and maintenance works to day moorings, navigation aids, ship berthing arrangements and cyclone moorings spanning the North West coast. TAMS also provides direct diving services to many key customers and diving plays a key role in our integrated project offering.
Carnegie Wave Energy: CETO & PWEP technology development
Greenspan Technologies (for Water Corporation): Desalination plant water quality monitoring
Onslow Salt: Navigation aids, berthing & mooring arrangements
Rio Tinto: Port diving services, Dampier & Cape Lambert
BHPBIO: Port diving services, Port Hedland
CVX Gorgon and CVX Wheatstone: 250 tonne cyclone pile mooring installations for construction vessels at Mangrove Passage, Onslow
Citic Pacific: Breakwater, MOF, desalination plant & tug pen construction, Cape Preston