diligence, collaboration, success
I am a mobile Marine Surveyor that conducts surveys in VIC, SA, NSW, TAS.
With a full Van office / workshop for testing and inspection services equipped with special survey tools it also has a bed and kitchen for remote operations.
Safe Work Method Statements, Job Safety Analysis, COVID-19 Safety Management Plans, and fully insured A$20 million.
When Time, Cost and Experience is important, I can help.
Benjamin J. Terry
Marine Surveyor / Project Manager
Member of the Australasian Institute of Marine Surveyors #56275526
Member of the Society of Consulting Marine Engineers and Ship Surveyors U.K. #2586
Member of the Nautical Institute
Member of the Royal Institute of Naval Architects
+61 409 633 447
Solid and Liquid Bulk Cargo, Break-Bulk, Project Cargo. Vessel Superintendence, Inspections, Draught Surveys, PSC Examinations, Cargo Hold Cleaning - Solutions
Loading, Lashing, Flat-Rack, Out-Of-Gauge, Container - Packaging, Packing and Lifting of Cargo Examinations - Factory Equipment Removals & Shipping Preparations - Solutions
Lift/Load/Lash/Unlash/Unload Examinations, Unpacking / Packing, Cargo Damage Mitigation, Salvage, Biosecurity Risk Mitigation, Wharf Equipment Hire - Solutions
Pre-Purchase Condition, Damage/Repair Assessments, Drydocking, Heavy Lift sling and hard stand planning, Safety, Structural and Mechanical Inspections - Solutions
Project Management Commercial & Operational Solutions
Ship Salvage & Wreck Removal Engineering Support
U.S. Navy Salvage (S0300-A6-MAN010++++),
Royal Australian Navy (NBCD / HAZMAT)
Naval Architecture (Damaged Stability)
Computer Aided Analysis, Design & Fabrication
This ship was under Lloyds Open Form Salvage with Special Compensation (SCOPIC) Invoked, grounded Great Barrier Reef Australia. An operation that was incredibly challenging but saved the Reef from catastrophic environmental pollution.
This ship was under Lloyds Open Form Salvage with Special Compensation (SCOPIC) Invoked, grounded Astrolab Reef, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand 2011 named C.S. RENA. An operation that was incredibly challenging which became a very expensive wreck removal (see below Wreck Removal)
A vessel came into Darwin Australia in 2012 after encountering heavy weather, damaged cargo of cryogenically refrigerated liquid ethylene tanks leaking onto the deck and pressure was building up due to broken pressure relief valves confirmed by an expert Industrial Chemist. Lifted to a barge for vaporization. An operation that was incredibly challenging operationally and commercially.
This tuna boat was struck by a grain ship in Port Lincoln and sunk, A wreck removal operation taking four months. An operation that was incredibly challenging operationally and commercially.