History

In June of 2000, Aqueos Corporation (then Divecon Services) began operation through the acquisition of the former West Coast offices of Stolt Comex Seaway Inc. and Oceaneering International, Inc. This combination has proven to cultivate a highly experienced underwater and marine construction company with an extensive track record and history. Aqueos gained assets from both firms including vessels, remotely operated vehicles (ROV), diving and marine construction equipment, and continues to employ highly experienced management and field staffs of both former West Coast companies.

In 2005, Aqueos expanded operations into the Gulf of Mexico as a result of severe offshore oil and gas infrastructure damage caused by hurricanes Katrina and Rita. Since this time, Aqueos has gained a considerable amount of additional GOM clientele as well as a stellar reputation. Our innovative solutions and rapid response capabilities have made us the first choice for our client’s underwater needs.

News

Aqueos Corporation Welcomes Kim Pope as Senior Account Manager
August 29, 2019

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Aqueos Corporation Welcomes Eric Legendre as VP – International Business and Strategic Development
May 31, 2019

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Aqueos Corporation and Otto Candies, LLC, Enter into Charter Agreement for the DSV Kelly Ann Candies
May 1, 2019

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Aqueos Corporation Supports South Texas-Tuxpan Gas Pipeline
December 17, 2018

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Aqueos Corporation Welcomes Rostislav Havlik as Project Estimator
December 11, 2018

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