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"Over the past 15 years Charleston Water System has had the pleasure of working with Salmons Dredging on a variety of different diving service projects. Several of these projects were emergency situations with the potential for dire circumstances and Salmons Dredging stepped up to help us in our hour of need. They made schedule changes, diverted crews and equipment worked at night and on the weekends; they did whatever was necessary to provide vital services to us. Salmons leadership, diving knowledge, experience and overall work ethic is outstanding, it has always been a comfort to us knowing they are just a telephone call away."

KIN HILL P.E.

Chief Executive
Charleston Water System
Charleston, South Carolina

CAPT. MASON KEETER

GM Port of Hampton Roads
Vane Line Bunkering Inc.
Portsmouth, Virginia

"Being that Salmons is a family owned business says it all. Pride and accountability are the first traits that I recognized from day one. Working hand in hand with your employees and their can do attitude and abilities certainly makes doing business with your company effortless and pleasurable. Knowing that just one phone call will bring a prompt response and an array of skilled services with viable solutions to issues large or small says it all. Having the Salmons team available certainly makes the Vane Brothers operation run smoothly in the Charleston area."

CAPT. MASON KEETER

GM Port of Hampton Roads
Vane Line Bunkering Inc.
Portsmouth, Virginia

"Salmons has completed all of our marina work for the past 17 years. They are always on time and within budget, and easy to coordinate with when operations must continue during construction."

ROBBIE FREEMAN

Managing Partner
Charleston City Marina & Boatyard, and Bristol Marina
Charleston, South Carolina

CAPT M. F. MCALLISTER

Captain of the Port
Charleston, South Carolina

"Mr. Salmons, Thank you for your quick and professional response this past weekend to our lost anchor case. Your folks mobilized quickly, set appropriate expectations for the salvage, remained flexible throughout the process and then exceeded all expectations by recovering the anchor earlier than anticipated. As a result of your crew's effort we were able to reroute traffic through the area Saturday night and then get the port opened back up for business on Sunday without further impacts to vessel schedules. The team "Bravo Zulu" comes from the 1949 Navy Book of Signals and means "well done"…a hearty "Bravo Zulu" to you and your crews from your Coast Guard."

CAPT M. F. MCALLISTER

Captain of the Port
Charleston, South Carolina

Salmons Marine Contractors

P.O. Box 42, Charleston, SC 29402
Tel: 843-722-2921
Fax: 843-723-4630