Please come by and visit us at booth #81 to meet our staff.
#41 of Team Seattle / JG Sport / Dempsey Racing raised over $250,000 for Seattle Children’s Hospital at Daytona over the weekend. They ran hard for 24 hours logging over 2,500 miles and finishing in 10th place,gaining valuable points for the upcoming Rolex GRAND-AM Series.
Thank you to all of you who supported the effort,the races will continue throughout the year,please come back for information on the next race and how you can continue to support the efforts at Children’s!
For more information on the race and results please visit Team Seattle
The Team Seattle Guild at Seattle Children’s Hospital
The Team Seattle Guild was founded in 1997 by professional race car driver Don Kitch and his wife,Donna,to prepare to race in the 1997 Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona endurance Race. The Kitch’s invited other race car drivers and racing enthusiasts,and launched a pledge campaign for each lap the team completed in the 24-hour race. The first race resulted in $80,000 for Children’s. The team’s continued participation in the annual race has been one of the top fundraising events for Children’s Hospital. Over its 15-year history,Team Seattle has placed first and second twice and raised over $3.5 million dollars for Children’s Heart Center.
In 2009 Team Seattle was invited to the 24 hours at Le Mans. The team finished in a respectable 9th place. JG Sport was formed shortly after which allowed the Team Seattle to participate in the entire 2010 GRAND-AM Rolex Series of races. The Team had several podium finishes through the inaugural season with the highlight coming in Watkins Glen where drivers Lee Keen and James Gue’ brought the Team their first victory. The 2011 season offers greater promise with new driver Dane Cameron. The season gets kicked off in January,at their 14th running at the 24 Hours of Daytona.
No. 41 Team Seattle/Dempsey Racing Mazda Team Raises Record $540,000 For Seattle Children’s Hospital
Stop by booth 711,learn the new and exciting things Global Diving & Salvage has going for 2011,meet the staff of our newest Regional Office in Houston and get your picture taken with our newest piece of equipment,keeping with the traditions of commercial diving,a custom motorcycle.
Look forward to seeing you in New Orleans!
We proudly invite you to share refreshments with our executive board and senior management team,tour our 2.78 acre facility,and view our current regional assets on Wednesday,Jan 19,2011.
Lunch will be served approx. 11:30 am and Texas Style BBQ will be served starting 4:30 pm.
President of Global,Devon Grennan stated it best,“The opening of this new office will allow us to offer our core service lines to this dynamic market,namely casualty response management and operations,marine construction support services,and marine environmental operations.”
Global Diving & Salvage,Inc. has announced the opening of a new facility in northeast Houston,TX. The property has 2000 sq. ft. of office space and another 20,000 sq. ft. of warehouse capacity on 2.5 acres. This new regional office will allow Global Diving & Salvage,Inc to support their existing and future Offshore Energy Clients in the Gulf of Mexico.
“The new facility provides us the ability to maintain personnel and equipment in the local area”,said Bruce Humberstone ,Manager of Global Diving & Salvage’s Gulf of Mexico Region,“This allows us to better serve our existing customers as well enable us to respond more timely to emergent opportunities”.
Devon Grennan,President of Global Diving & Salvage,added that “the opening of this new office,not only increases our capabilities to service our existing clients,but will also allow us to offer our other core service lines: casualty response management and operations,marine construction support services,and marine environmental operations to this dynamic market. This further cements our commitment to Region.”
Please come visit Global’s booth at the 31st Annual RDC Conference. This year’s conference will be hosted at the Dena’ina Civic & Convention Center.
– Improving Alaska’s Investment Climate
– Progressing a Sustainable Oil & Gas Business in AK
– Eni Petroleum and Nikaitchuq Project Update
– Arctic Exploration
– An Outlook for Global Energy and North American Gas
– Alaska Oil & Gas Industry: Challenges to a Sustainable Future
– National Oceans Policy
Renee Gowdy has joined Global’s team as Lead Estimator for the Marine Construction Division. In this position,she will be responsible for developing estimates and proposal production for Federal,State,Local and civil customers as well as other key markets. Renee joins the department with an extensive educational and professional background in the estimating and pre-construction development process.
“Renee’s addition to the Marine Construction Division not only strengthens our abilities to estimate work within the division,but will also allow us to expand business development and customer services in this dynamic market” says Mike Langen,Manager of the Marine Construction Division.
The Alaska Association of Harbormasters and Port Administrators annual conference is from October 25-29,2010 in Wrangell,Alaska. Check out the AAHPA website at www.alaskacleanharbors.org for more information.
Global’s Alaska region has expanded their operations with the addition of a new office building and warehouse. Please come by and visit our new facility!
The original office and warehouse at 5400 Eielson will remain as warehouse and storage.
5304 Eielson St
5300 Eielson St