Nautilus Srl is specialized in the construction of maritime and underwater structures and infrastructures. It has a vast fleet of maritime vehicles, special equipment and means, specialised staff and highly experienced underwater technicians.
We work with the Jan De Nul Group to build, in Italy, an underwater metal structure - Cofferdam - and, in Albania, a shore approach for the arrival of a pipeline.
Nautilus has laid, during a period of three months, a new section (length of approx. 10.5 km) of 132 kV HVAC underwater power line connecting the island of Sacca Serenella (Murano) to Cavallino Treporti within the Lagoon of Venice.
Our divers have been committed, from September 2016 to June 2017, in the consolidation work of the Mosul Dam. The Dam, 113 meters high and 3.4 kilometers long, is the world's largest on earth and Iraq's most dangerous.
In the construction of the MO.S.E. system to defend the Venice Lagoon, Nautilus worked together with leading Italian companies on the maritime and underwater work in the entrances to Lido Treporti, Lido San Nicolò, Malamocco and Chioggia.
Nautilus worked with Saipem installing the underwater pipes and the construction and fine tuning of the special laying machinery (Kashagan field).