Class & Structural Surveys

Vertech are at the forefront of driving quality, efficiency and innovation in the class inspection and marine services market. Vertech works closely and collaboratively with clients to save on costs, drive safety excellence and meet conditions of class with unparalleled efficiency. 

Classification societies such as ABS, LR & DNV-GL have - for many years - relied on our marine services specialists to assist their attending surveyors during the class inspection of ships and offshore structures.

Our experience working with classification societies and operators on different assets allows us to plan and execute surveys that are completed safely, to a high standard, and with minimal impact to schedules and budgets or disturbance to on-board operations.

Vertech have been audited and certified by ABS, LR & DNV-GL as external specialists. We regularly assist in resolving class issues by utilising our inspection, maintenance and repair capabilities, covering:

  • Alternative access methods (ROV & UAV) for inspection
  • Periodic surveys (annual, intermediate, special, continuous and IOWS / UWILDS)
  • Hull condition surveys (crop & renew, pre docking)
  • Pitting & coatings surveys
  • Steel renewals
  • Piping renewals
Latest News

Vertech announce first acquisition of local marine micro ROV specialist Geo Oceans

Vertech have today announced the acquisition of leading subsea technology company, Geo Oceans. The Perth-based industry leader in micro ROV technology joins the portfolio of companies of the award winning Scotland-based energy sector service group with immediate effect. Geo Oceans is an innovator of safe, cost-efficient and powerful ROV technology...

Monday 22nd February 2016

A big high five to our ever growing team on the Karratha Gas Plant!

Vertech look forward to providing innovative solutions, and delivering projects to the highest quality well into the future – and with such a good team, we are excited by the prospects! Cheers to Jon, Adrian and Reinhard for the pic.

Tuesday 24th November 2015