CROSS MARINE PROJECTS uses special barges and marine support
vessels to perform difficult projects around
the world. Wenot
only operate these barges and vessels for our own marine projects, but can provide the
same vessel design and engineering concepts
to other companies.
This highly mobile
self-propelled spud barge equipped with
an RT crane is being used to install offshore
navigational aids and instrumentation.
Using specially configured sectional barges
and equipment, Cross was able to install
this large diameter HDPE pipe system and
Decant components at a tailings reservoir in record time.
shallow draft workboats and high-speed
transport vessels allow us to transport
men and equipment to and from the job
site safely and quickly. This insures
on time project completion schedules at
remote job site locations.
Our custom self-propelled
pneumatic barges provide a stable platform from which our crews can perform rescues and salvage operations in some of the most challenging whitewater river conditions such as this helicopter crash recovery on the Colorado River in the Grand
A highly portable dive
barge designed by Cross is equipped with
a recompression chamber, multiple compressors
and survey equipment. These barge systems can
be trucked to any remote site to perform
deep-water inspections and repairs.
heavy haul barge and dragline system is set up to perform dike and railroad causeway
repair work. Our commercial barges can withstand harsh winter
conditions, gale force winds and heavy
With over 30 years experience providing construction solutions to withstand the Great Salt Lake's extreme brine conditions, Jim Cross helped design
and repair this lake bottom failure
that occurred on the railroad causeway that crossess
the Great Salt Lake.
A floating hospital barge designed by Cross for use on the Amazon
River. Our medical help concept called
"Health Care Anywhere" can provide medical care to peoples outside
the reach of normal EMS services.
propelled riprap barge performing armor rock replacement
and channel clearing work as part of a causeway rehabilitation project designed by Cross.
designed J-Rig inflatable barges can operate under extreme conditions like
this high altitude dive project for Obiyashi
- Gumi Company of Japan.
Cross used this deepwater
diving support barge to clear the blocked
intakes at Fontenelle Dam in Wyoming.
This emergency project
was credited with saving the dam from
possible failure due to unusually high
water conditions in the reservoir.
Our highly customizeable and easy to transport barges and marine vessels allow us to mobilize quickly, conduct work under
extremely difficult situations and complete
the job on time and within budget.
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