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Marine Contractors & Designers

There are a number of women and men who work professionally as marine contractors, engineers, and designers. This is certainly an exiting field that can involve a large variety of services, including offshore drilling, sea dock construction, boat lifts, ocean pier designing, and coastal underwater diving. Salary will vary depending on what company you are employed with, and the location you reside in. However, there are positions for marine contractors, designers, builders, and engineers in various parts of the United States and world.

Just so you are aware, there is an undergraduate degree that commonly applies to this line of work. It is a four-year degree in marine engineering. This education better prepares professionals in this field for dealing with sea survey work, ship bulkhead construction, ocean marina ramp designs, and floating naval barges. As an engineer, architect, or contractor working on marine-based projects, you may very well be on the water quite often. This way, you can really get a feel for what is needed. One thing is for certain; there are plenty of offshore construction projects set in motion every year. While some of these tasks may involve oil drilling, others may concern simple dock or pier designs.

If you do get involved in the marine contractor, design, or engineering business, you can expect to deal with a great number of other professionals. While some may be architects, others might be marine contractors or engineers. You may also have to work with diving teams at times in this important field.

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You can find marine contractors and designers by looking in your local phone book or by searching online directory listings. You will find that some marine contractor, builder, and designer websites offer free job quotes and price estimates on projects. Take advantage of these tools and materials to get all the information you can. Target your search to marine contractors and designers that specialize in what you need, whether you need design and construction of piers and docks, marina installations, underwater construction projects, pile driving, diving and salvage, coastal and bay structures and facilities, damage surveys, sea walls and tide gates, inland dredging, dams and dikes, offshore drilling, or marine structure maintenance. Marine contractors and designers deal with risk, liability, supply, and insurance issues that affect structures and facilities in or near the water. Make appointments with a few contractors, designers, engineers, builders, and general construction professionals to get a feel for professionalism. Find out about licensing and experience, making sure the contractor you ultimately choose has a solid reputation in the marine industry. Get client references if possible and check them out. Ask how long the marine contractor or designer has been in the business and whether he or she has the proper experience in your project size and scope, whether it involves international pipe line installation, commercial offshore drilling, construction of underwater structures, or small business needs. Ask for photos and descriptions of previous projects to give you an idea of the professional's work. Get timelines for your project in writing, as well as salary requirements and fees. Find out the contractor's availability, making sure he or she has the long-term availability to work with you on design, construction, products, and all other processes. Research the contractor's background thoroughly to check for safety records, past jobs, and references.