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Industrial and Marine

Reliable engineering for harsh environments and offshore operations.

Find out more about Enginuity’s Industrial and Marine Program.

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It’s never easy engineering when you’re dealing with harsh environments.

But that’s where we come in. Because harsh environment engineering has always been at the core of what we do, we understand all the different factors and challenges that come with marine design and engineering.

We know it because we’ve lived it: the experts on our team have first-hand experiences with the ocean.

So whether it’s for rapid deployment, or simply aiming for reliable offshore operations – you know you can count on us to make it happen.

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oceanside offshore mooring

We’ve covered it all.

From A-Frames and deck handling gear, to full-scale Oil and Gas installations.

Some of our notable works in the Atlantic Canadian ocean sector include Oil and Gas installations with Oceanside Equipment Limited, Process Automation  with Clearwater Seafoods, A-Frames and deck handling gear with LeeWay Marine, and the SEA-Lift as a Launch and Recovery device for Kraken Robotics.

We’ve done this by incorporating different disciplines and capabilities into any marine project. The breadth and depth of our expertise and capabilities include mechanical design, electronics design, robotics and automation, numerical analysis, and much more.

Who We’ve Worked With

A few clients we’ve worked with

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leeway marine logo
canadian maritime engineering
clearwater
oceanside equipment logo
allswater
metocean telematics
RPS composites
omnitech logo
cmp
aethera technologies
ashored logo
TRC hydraulics logo
eastern fabricators logo
macdonald hallett oceans protection engineering group inc

Clients

Years in Business

Delivered Projects

What Our Clients Say

 

“Enginuity has helped us on a number of successful, innovative projects and we continue to go to them with new ideas. Enginuity has a well-rounded team of professional engineers that hit the right mix of idea generation, prototyping and final product development skills. We are very lucky to have this resource in our own backyard in Nova Scotia.”

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John Garland
Clearwater Seafoods

“We recently worked with Enginuity to prepare our vessel LeeWay Striker for a geophysical survey in the US, with a large multinational. The team at Enginuity turned around our design request from concept to full package in less than three days. They designed a functional and elegant lifting and recovery solution for equipment, they put in the extra effort to assist in after-hours installation, ensuring everything worked as designed. We are proud to have Enginuity as a trusted partner for engineering and design services.”

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Jamie Sangster, CEO
LeeWay Marine

“We have worked with Enginuity on numerous high-profile offshore oil and gas installations throughout the world. All projects have been 100% successful. Enginuity’s knowledge base and reactivity to changing applications are rare to find. Their experience has placed them in high regard with our clients and classification authorities. I trust in Enginuity’s capabilities and would recommend them to anyone, regardless of the complexity of their needs..”

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Greg Maloney, President
Oceanside Equipment Limited

Our Core Competencies

for Industrial and Marine Engineering

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System Design

 

Improve:

– Productivity
– Efficiency
– Effectiveness
– Quality

Measure:

– Time of a work cycle
– Dollar value of expenditures
– Rates of machine failures
– Demand for finished goods

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Manufacturing and "Critical Time" Solution Development

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Quality Control and Regulation

Ensure the machinery is in compliance and meets regulatory and class requirements

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Primary Industry Support

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Various Vessel Systems

Testing, Prototyping and Implementing various systems:

  • Pumps
  • Piping Systems
  • Compressed Air Systems
  • Hydraulic Power Systems
  • Controls, Electronics and Electrical Systems
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Oceans, Marine, Industrial Sectors

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Troubleshooting and Maintenance

Perform troubleshooting, problem solving as well as preventative and corrective maintenance to prevent downtime

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Rapidly Diagnosing Equipment Problems

Our Core Competencies

for Industrial and Marine Engineering

R

System Design

Improve: Productivity, Efficiency, Effectiveness, Quality

Measure: Time of a work cycle, Dollar value of expenditures, Rates of machine failures, Demand for finished goods

R

Manufacturing and "Critical Time" Solution Development

R

Quality Control and Regulation

Ensure the machinery is in compliance and meets regulatory and class requirements

R

Primary Industry Support

R

Oceans, Marine, Industrial Sectors

R

Troubleshooting and Maintenance

Perform troubleshooting, problem solving as well as preventative and corrective maintenance to prevent downtime

R

Rapidly Diagnosing Equipment Problems

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Various Vessel Systems

Testing, Prototyping and Implementing various systems:

    • Pumps
    • Piping Systems
    • Compressed Air Systems
    • Hydraulic Power Systems
    • Controls, Electronics and Electrical Systems
James Dean Moore

James Dean-Moore, Program Manager

For Industrial and Marine

James heads Enginuity’s Industrial and Marine Program. In a technical management career spanning two decades, James has extensive experience in operations, research and new product development.

Coming from a background in network security and reliability, James has brought systems engineering approaches to projects spanning the communications, defence and aerospace, ocean science, marine and industrial sectors.

A clear communicator, James holds undergraduate degrees in Literature and Computer Science. Awarded a NSERC Post Graduate Scholarship, James completed a Master’s degree in Computer Science specializing in computation geometry from Dalhousie University.

Holding Project Management Professional certification in good standing, James is dedicated to using the appropriate tools and techniques in appropriate measure to achieve project outcomes on time and on budget.

For more information, you may contact us here.

Ideas

News and ideas involving our industrial and marine capabilities.

SNAP innovations SEA-Snap Royal Canadian Navy RCN contract

Innovative new connectors aim to improve safety at sea for Royal Canadian Navy

Enginuity spin off, SNAP Innovations Inc.of Halifax, Nova Scotia is delighted to announce a contract award from Innovative Solutions Canada (ISC) on behalf of the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN). SEA-Snap and TALON connectors will be distributed across multiple RCN testing locations on both Canadian coasts, including with Naval Fleet School dive teams.

Leica Scan Reality Capture Digital Twins

Digital Twins and Reality Capture | Integrating SDMM’s Technology in our Discovery Process

“We’re looking forward to using this technology so we can go to our customers and say, ‘here’s our strategy, and we’re going to give you an option that’s grounded in reality. Not grounded in maybe’s, nor guess-timates.” To serve you better, we’re collaborating with SDMM to bring Digital Twins and Reality Capture technology to our Discovery Process. How does this help you? Find out more.

Ocean Technology Atlantic Canada Design for Harsh Environments

Designing for Harsh Marine Environments and Ocean Technology

Enginuity’s story began the same way that Atlantic Canada has developed into becoming a region with world-class ocean capabilities – with Ben Garvey, Founder and President, growing up on and around boats. From those first projects working on towed sonar arrays, winches and launch and retrieval systems, to today where we are putting robots on boats and designing in-ocean communications devices, we’ve always had an affinity for designing for the Marine Environment.

SEALift SEASnap Enginuity

A Faster, Simpler Launch and Retrieval of Marine Assets: SEA-Lift and SEA-Snap

Introducing marine connectors that will make launch and retrieval for marine assets faster, safer, and more discreet: SEA-Lift and SEA-Snap.
The SEA-Lift is a rapidly deployed, high-load dynamic lifting connector, while the SEA-Snap is a single-handed, high-load refined marine carabiner for offshore use, both designed for harsh marine environments.

SEA-Stab Enginuity

Traditional mooring connectors don’t cut it anymore, but this does. | SEA-Stab

Whether you’re installing a pre-lay for a MODU, a new spread for an offloading system, installing a tidal turbine, or exploring offshore wind, SEA-Stab from Enginuity offers simple, cost-effective, and rapid connection — one that connects in seconds and stays for life.

Enginuity’s new flume tank opens doors for underwater technology testing to drive innovation during shutdown.

When COVID-19 restrictions meant the local testing tanks at Dalhousie University and Memorial University were off-limits, Enginuity solved this dilemma in our own inimitable style by building a brand-new flume tank in the loading dock of our Halifax facility.

Ashored Innovations creates ropeless trap to help with marine animal entanglement

It’s a two-pronged system they refer to as Modular Ocean Based Instrument (MOBI) and the Automated Tracking and Location Aggregation System (ATLAS).

NOVA SCOTIA, CANADA, THE NEXT WAVE IN OCEAN TECHNOLOGY

Part of Canada’s Ocean Supercluster, Nova Scotia is bringing 14 of its most innovative companies to London, UK, for Oceanology International 2018, March 13 to 15.

Ideas

News and ideas involving our industrial and marine capabilities.

SNAP innovations SEA-Snap Royal Canadian Navy RCN contract

Innovative new connectors aim to improve safety at sea for Royal Canadian Navy

Enginuity spin off, SNAP Innovations Inc.of Halifax, Nova Scotia is delighted to announce a contract award from Innovative Solutions Canada (ISC) on behalf of the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN). SEA-Snap and TALON connectors will be distributed across multiple RCN testing locations on both Canadian coasts, including with Naval Fleet School dive teams.

Leica Scan Reality Capture Digital Twins

Digital Twins and Reality Capture | Integrating SDMM’s Technology in our Discovery Process

“We’re looking forward to using this technology so we can go to our customers and say, ‘here’s our strategy, and we’re going to give you an option that’s grounded in reality. Not grounded in maybe’s, nor guess-timates.” To serve you better, we’re collaborating with SDMM to bring Digital Twins and Reality Capture technology to our Discovery Process. How does this help you? Find out more.

Ocean Technology Atlantic Canada Design for Harsh Environments

Designing for Harsh Marine Environments and Ocean Technology

Enginuity’s story began the same way that Atlantic Canada has developed into becoming a region with world-class ocean capabilities – with Ben Garvey, Founder and President, growing up on and around boats. From those first projects working on towed sonar arrays, winches and launch and retrieval systems, to today where we are putting robots on boats and designing in-ocean communications devices, we’ve always had an affinity for designing for the Marine Environment.

SEALift SEASnap Enginuity

A Faster, Simpler Launch and Retrieval of Marine Assets: SEA-Lift and SEA-Snap

Introducing marine connectors that will make launch and retrieval for marine assets faster, safer, and more discreet: SEA-Lift and SEA-Snap.
The SEA-Lift is a rapidly deployed, high-load dynamic lifting connector, while the SEA-Snap is a single-handed, high-load refined marine carabiner for offshore use, both designed for harsh marine environments.

SEA-Stab Enginuity

Traditional mooring connectors don’t cut it anymore, but this does. | SEA-Stab

Whether you’re installing a pre-lay for a MODU, a new spread for an offloading system, installing a tidal turbine, or exploring offshore wind, SEA-Stab from Enginuity offers simple, cost-effective, and rapid connection — one that connects in seconds and stays for life.

Enginuity’s new flume tank opens doors for underwater technology testing to drive innovation during shutdown.

When COVID-19 restrictions meant the local testing tanks at Dalhousie University and Memorial University were off-limits, Enginuity solved this dilemma in our own inimitable style by building a brand-new flume tank in the loading dock of our Halifax facility.

Ashored Innovations creates ropeless trap to help with marine animal entanglement

It’s a two-pronged system they refer to as Modular Ocean Based Instrument (MOBI) and the Automated Tracking and Location Aggregation System (ATLAS).

NOVA SCOTIA, CANADA, THE NEXT WAVE IN OCEAN TECHNOLOGY

Part of Canada’s Ocean Supercluster, Nova Scotia is bringing 14 of its most innovative companies to London, UK, for Oceanology International 2018, March 13 to 15.

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