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Durward Holt
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Ballard acquires assets from Marine Technologies and opens a Mid-Atlantic Regional Office.
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Ballard Marine Construction celebrates 20 years of success with our founders Jesse and Shilo Hutton.
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Ballard Marine Construction launches a Remote Sensing and Technology Group (RSTG) dedicated to remote intervention and inspection solutions for our infrastructure and utility clients nationwide.
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Traylor Construction Group invests in Ballard Marine Construction. Although Ballard remains a standalone, family-owned company, this strategic partnership has given Ballard access to additional resources in crew, equipment, and increased capability, including access to large fabrication resources for things such as gates and trash racks.
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Ballard Marine Construction expands into Florida and opens a Southeast Regional Office.
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Ballard Marine Construction acquires assets from Veolia and opens its first Midwest Regional Office in Wisconsin.
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Jesse and Shilo Hutton merged and rebranded their regional focused company names Northwest Underwater Construction and Ballard Diving and Salvage into a national brand of Ballard Marine Construction. The primary reason for this was to highlight the company’s move over the decades to become a full service Heavy Civil Marine Contractor.
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Northwest Underwater Construction expands into California and opens a Southwest Regional Office.
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Providing compressed air workers and related equipment to many of the largest and most complex tunnel projects around the world.
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Jesse Hutton founded Northwest Underwater Construction after realizing the need for a quality contractor to support the hydro facilities along the Columbia and Snake Rivers and from there, quickly expanded into a nationwide solution for underwater dam rehabilitation work.
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