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Phoenix Opens Office at Stennis Space Center

Phoenix International Holdings, Inc. (Phoenix) is pleased to announce that they have opened a satellite office at the Stennis Space Center in Mississippi.

Stennis is a unique government facility located north of Bay St. Louis along the banks of the Pearl River. Back in the 1960’s the space center gained fame for testing the Saturn V rockets for the Apollo missions to the moon. Today Stennis continues to support NASA and several other government organizations of interest to Phoenix. These include the Naval Oceanographic Office (NAVO), the Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Center (CNMOC), the Naval Research Lab (NRL), and NOAA’s National Data Buoy Center.

Overseeing Phoenix’s new Stennis office is Mr. Ken Sharp. Ken has over 40 years of experience in subsea technology and offshore operations. He previously served as Department Director at NAVO and in this role helped develop the NAVO AUV program that is now tasked with conducting worldwide AUV operations for the US Navy. Ken can be reached at: 228-731-7898 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Phoenix is an employee-owned, ISO 9001-2015 Management System certified marine services contractor providing manned and unmanned underwater solutions, design engineering, and project management services to a diverse set of clients worldwide. Expertise is available from one international and eight U.S. offices in the areas of submarine rescue, wet and dry hyperbaric welding, Nondestructive Testing (NDT), subsea engineering, conventional and atmospheric diving, Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV), and Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) operations. Company capabilities are directed to underwater inspection, maintenance, and repair; deep ocean survey, search and recovery operations; submarine rescue; construction; subsea tieback; plug and abandonment; subsea mining; archaeological; and documentary projects.

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