James Fisher Subsea Excavation (JFSE) has taken on 12 projects for an innovative jetting system it launched a year ago.
The jetting system, which uses central jets rather than on the sides, can cut through harder soils than previously possible.
It has been used on a dozen projects worldwide since its launch, including the UK, Middle East, China, and a windfarm project in Taiwan.
The Aberdeen-headquartered firm said it has been particularly useful in challenging environments.
Managing director Kenneth Mackie said: “Cutting capabilities can be doubled using this method, as it dramatically reduces the degradation of the high velocity jet of water, and clients are already seeing the benefits and increased efficiency in projects with hard soil excavation requirements.
“One of our core principles is to continue to innovate and lead in the sector.
“We invested a great deal of time on detailed analysis of the potential benefits of the new system and it is gratifying to see that our knowledge and expertise is making a tangible difference to our clients.”