Recent Posts

The Anne Risley Arrives in Nova Scotia

Posted Dec 4, 2017

The Anne Risley is one of the most technologically advanced fishing vessels of its kind. Although similar in appearance to its predecessor - Belle Carnell – the team at Allswater revamped our original concept to improve the overall efficiency of the vessel.

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Introducing the Allswater XTidal Instream Platform

Posted Feb 19, 2016

Focusing on simplicity and maintainability, the new XTidal Instream Platform (XIP) is our latest design for the tidal energy industry. Using input and feedback from industry experts, developers and turbine suppliers, our third generation platform has increased power capacity, modular construction and greatly enhanced stability.

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Allswater Conducting Subsea Foundation Study for Tidal Platforms

Posted Jan 21, 2016

Allswater continues its involvement in the tidal energy industry, undertaking a FEED (front end engineering and design) study of foundation installations for the Minas Basin in Nova Scotia. The study focuses on the design and deployment of subsea equipment in high flow regions which have limited infrastructure and heavy lift or DP vessels.

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Our ISO 9001:2008 Certification – In Sync

Posted Dec 21, 2015

Allswater is pleased to have reached another milestone by receiving our ISO 9001:2008 Certificate of Registration from NSF-ISR - an internationally accredited registrar.

The ISO-9001 Quality Standards have proven to be the perfect tool to help synchronize the project management and document management systems that have fueled our success for a number of years. Our formalized approach to quality has become the glue between these two essential systems.

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Rebuilding our Project Management System

Posted Nov 18, 2015

Rebuilding our Project Management System using Accelo

When Allswater went looking for a new project management and timekeeping system, we evaluated lots of options and demoed may of them. There was no one system that would do what we wanted. Through this research, we discovered a company that was doing cool things with electronic communications. Things we had no idea were possible.

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