Company History

DeepOcean Group was established in May of 2011. The group was formed following the merger of the survey, IMR (inspection, maintenance and repair) and decommissioning services of DeepOcean, the seabed intervention company CTC Marine Projects and the towing and supply services of Trico Supply. These three divisions provide the company with a set of complementary skills and expertise, which in turn, have positioned DeepOcean Group as a leading provider of diverless subsea construction services and operations.

Now operating as one company under the name DeepOcean, it offers five main service streams including Survey and Seabed-mapping, Subsea Installation, Seabed Intervention, Inspection, Maintenance and Repair (IMR), and Decommissioning.

CTC Marine Projects was established in 1993 as a private limited company in the North East of England, UK. CTC’s initial core business was the provision of fibre optic cable lay and seabed intervention solutions for the global telecommunication market. Later, the company diversified and added trenching services for the oil and gas industry and offshore renewables.

DeepOcean was established in 1999 and is founded on the provision of high quality equipment and subsea services combined with a team of highly experienced personnel with knowledge of deep-water operations. DeepOcean now has the track record and experience to take on deep-water assignments anywhere in the world.

In 2013 DeepOcean acquired a 50% interest in ADUS to form ADUS DeepOcean Ltd. ADUS DeepOcean stunning subsea 3D visualisations can be used to provide high quality 3D images of subsea structures such as offshore facilities, wind turbine foundations and seabed architecture.