General Service Overview
UCC provides underwater inspection, maintenance, construction and technical support services to customers around the world.
Our services are designed to suit the needs of the specific industries served. To view our services as they apply to your industry click on the “Your Industry” link or simply browse our service selection via the service locator.
UCC services fall into four general categories. As you explore our site you will find information that will aid in determining how our services apply to your needs. Of course, you may call one of our service representatives at any time to discuss your specific requirements.
Highly qualified inspectors and technicians use site-specific procedures and innovative practices to assess current conditions and assist in projecting long-term maintenance requirements. Our approach combines knowledge of industry requirements with specialized training and diving techniques to assure inspections are relevant to customer needs. UCC inspectors are trained and certified in accordance with applicable industry codes and standards.
Maintenance and Repair Services
Preventative maintenance and repair services are designed to reduce costs, minimize downtime and avoid costly unplanned work. Our teams work closely with the customer to ensure maintenance programs are consistent with the facilities unique technical specifications and operating requirements.
Construction and Rehabilitation Services
UCC offers turnkey services for large rehabilitation and construction projects. We also provide diving support to marine construction companies and engineering firms. Either way, you get trained, experienced, knowledgeable personnel working with the resources they need to do the job right.
Technical Support Services
UCC has experience solving complex technical issues. We routinely work with our customers to develop safe, effective solutions geared to your project-specific requirements. As a member of your project team, UCC can assist with project specifications, material selection, procedure development, and scheduling.