BISSO MARINE is a SUBSEA & OFFSHORE MIDSTREAM INFRASTRUCTURE CONTRACTOR.  

Since 1890, BISSO MARINE has been providing unsurpassed service and quality to the marine and energy industries.

The company performs marine construction, infield gathering and transmission pipelay, pipeline burial, salvage, decommissioning, heavy lift and diving services. With offices and strategic alliances throughout the world, BISSO MARINE’s dynamic fleet of offshore derrick barges, pipelay barges & bury barges capable of laying & burying 60″ diameter pipelines, surface and saturation diving support assets and anchor handling tugs are uniquely equipped to provide the marine and energy industries with dependable results. BISSO MARINE combines unparalleled safety, quality, experience, the highest quality equipment and engineered solutions to get any job done.

BISSO MARINE : Mission Statement

The Mission of BISSO MARINE is to continue as a pacesetter in the energy and marine support industries, while providing our customers with unparalleled safety, quality, efficiency and productivity. We are committed to the absolute safety of ALL people associated with ALL aspects of the company and its projects. BISSO MARINE is equally committed to doing its part to respect and preserve the sanctity of the environment and the fragile marine ecosystems in which we work.

As our historical performance illustrates, BISSO MARINE is committed to the growth and development of the company. We continually seek to improve our performance and productivity by melding technological advancements with more than a century of experience.

Safety First – Safety Always

Bisso Marine Safety First

TRIR

0.00

HISTORY

2010 – 0.23
2011 – 0.75
2012 – 0.31
2013 – 0.30
2014 – 0.42
2015 – 0.32

Bisso Marine Safety First

EMOD

0.79

HISTORY

2009-2010 – 0.85
2010-2011 – 0.85
2011-2012 – 0.87
2012-2013 – 0.82
2014-2014 – 0.79
2014-2015 – 0.79

Bisso Marine Safety First

MAN HOURS

171K

HISTORY

2010 – 1,701,489
2011 – 1,139,182
2012 – 1,275,119
2013 – 1,324,962
2014 – 1,901,662
2015 – 1,249,976