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Global Maritek Systems provides Marine and Engineering Services primarily to the U.S. Government


  • Operation and maintenance of U.S. Navy vessels.
  • High performance law enforcement vessel maintenance.
  • Marine project procurement support and logistics.
  • Specialized software generation.
  • Facilities operations and equipment maintenance.
  • Undersea range design and installation.
  • Specialized marine equipment design, fabrication, installation, and operation.
  • Marine and naval architecture.
  • Marine surveys and site preparations.
  • Acoustic array design, installation and maintenance.


  • Naval architecture, engineering, marine consultants, environmental and design support services.
  • Planning, permitting and cost analyses, facility and structural design.
  • Offshore surveys, data reduction, analyses and reporting.
  • Systems analyses, test plan preparation and test execution.
  • Range sensors and instrumentation.
  • Ship and underwater precision position and navigation services.
  • Diving and ROV services for underwater facility inspection and installation support.
  • Traditional engineering design and CAD support.




In support of US CBP marine fleet, GMSI performs preventative and corrective maintenance on their vessels.

39-FT Midnight Express and a 33-FT SAFE
Two CBP Marine unit Midnight Express boats patrol the waters off of U.S. shores.GMS provides high performance vessel maintenance support in Puerto Rico for FURA. FURA (Forces Unified for Rapid Action) is a combined effort among local law enforcement and federal agencies.

We provide small vessel maintenance support for additional DHS agencies’ assets, including US Border Patrol and INS, in Puerto Rico and the USVI. Services include preventative maintenance and corrective repairs.





GMS provides support covering a wide range of disciplines including fixed surveillance systems support as well as varied engineering, technical, operational and logistics.

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GMS operated and maintained the Air Force Systems Command’s Armament Division’s range support boats and facilities at Eglin AFB.



Vessel Overhaul and Conversion

GMSI supported the Naval Avionics Command’s (NAC) Sonobuoy Quality Assurance Test Program in St. Croix.

We provide vessel and assorted expertise for the Military Sealift Command’s support of the US Navy’s requirements.

Under a contract with the Naval Facilities Command (NAVFAC), GMSI oversaw extensive modifications, including vessel re-powering, in addition to operating and maintaining the 260′ Ocean Construction Platform (OCP) SEACON.

Global Reach

GMSI is experienced in the support of concurrent operations world-wide including country specific shipping and customs regulations and has developed a base of support agents throughout the world that are available as necessary.



Marine and Ocean Engineering Services

GMSI has conducted a broad range of tasks including planning, engineering design, fabrication of mechanical, electrical, and electronic components and subsystems, logistics, and in-water installations including diving and subsea completion work.

GMSI designed and fabricated the specialized installation system as well as performed the installation of MESA (Multiplexed Extended Sensor Array) in the AUTEC (Atlantic Underwater Test and Evaluation Center) Range.

Other range installation experience includes the AUTEC Site One Range Expansion, the Southern California Acoustic Range (SOAR) Expansions I and II, the St. Croix Underwater Tracking Range Expansion, and the Acoustic Range Tracking System (ARTS)

Additional experience includes development of prototype instrumentation consisting of analog data recorders, analog to digital converters, high fidelity DIFAR digital de-multiplexer, and RF switching matrixes.

GMSI Subject Matter Experts have designed and built data gathering systems including writing the controller, signal processing and data gathering software and integrating the system for shipboard deployment and use. Additionally, we have developed algorithms for the processing of broadband low frequency acoustic data.

GMSI has been tasked on numerous occasions to design and fabricate highly specialized systems used to deploy acoustic projectors and other test gear. Examples include the fabrication and installation of U-frames on three Navy AFT’s (fleet tugs) that were used to deploy explosive charges at sea during shock test trials. GMSI also designed and fabricated a 30′ tall 30,000 pound lift capacity “A” frame for the U.S. EPA vessel Lake Guardian.

Another significant engineering task was the fabrication of a scale model submarine for the Naval Ship Research Development Center (NSRDC). Following extensive shock testing, the model was repaired and shipped by rail to a location in the western United States.



GMSI is continually seeking personnel who are searching for a challenging and rewarding environment. We regularly have positions available for talented and dedicated professionals.

To explore current or future opportunities, please submit your resume or contact HR for additional information.


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