Naval Station Norfolk, recognized as the largest naval complex in the world, supports the operational readiness program of the United States Atlantic-Fleet. As part of the U.S. Navy’s waterfront facility inspections and assessments program, Marine Solutions performed above and below water inspections of 75 facilities. The facilities consisted of piers, floats, mooring dolphins, seaplane ramps, a magnetic silencing facility, bulkheads, and breakwaters. The inspections included 4.7 miles of piers, 8.5 miles of bulkhead, and 17,957 piles performed through 6,965 on-site hours and 702 dive hours. Additionally, Marine Solutions was awarded a contract modification to inspect, document, and inventory all accessible civil, mechanical, and electrical components for the piers located on along the western shore. The teams completed the inspections on-schedule and without disrupting the base’s busy operations. Due to most facilities having multiple moored ships, Marine Solutions routinely communicated with port operations regarding ship movements, conducted lockout/tagout procedures, and met with the Radiation Contamination (RADCON) team on all facilities serving nuclear powered vessels. Following the inspections, Marine Solutions provided assessment reports which included comprehensive asset inventories, defect inventories, mooring fitting ratings, repair cost estimates, and operational condition ratings for each inspected facility.