Seanic announces new facility plans

Offshore staff

HOUSTON – Seanic Ocean Systems Inc. is planning construction of a Houston facility to serve for relocation and expansion.

The new facility will provide space for manufacturing of subsea hardware and tooling, equipment storage and client collaboration. The new campus, slated for occupancy in late summer, will also be home to an in-ground test tank large enough for system integration testing of ROV tooling and other related hardware.

Located on 10.5 acres, Seanic’s new facility will include a 55,000 sq ft (5,110 sq m) shop and operations building, 18,000 sq ft (1,672 sq m) of which will be dedicated to manufacturing, testing and assembly. An additional 6,000 sq ft (557 sq m) area devoted to welding operations.


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