Inner Space Services, Inc. (ISSI) is a 100% woman owned, HubZone certified Hydraulic Dredging and Marine Construction Company.

Incorporated in 1981 as a commercial diving company, ISSI quickly grew into a full service Marine Construction and Hydraulic Dredging company. Increasing regulation and environmental restrictions moved ISSI into the development of an environmental dredging and sediment treatment system for contaminated and non-contaminated materials.

ISSI developed the Optimizer Treatment System, a self contained, portable PLC controlled slurry processing system, that works in real-time with the dredge operations to maximize and optimize the treatment of dredge sediment for maximum dewatering and containment in Geotextile tubes or traditional containment basins.

With 35 years of experience in the dredging, sediment treatment and dewatering, ISSI has provided services to clients such as US Army Corps of Engineers, Nuclear Power Plants, US Navy, Public and Private State, County, Municipal and local organizations. Projects range in size from small ponds to ocean harbors; contaminated materials remediation to industrial water treatment; beach nourishment to coastal inland waterways. ISSI works from the Bahamas to Northern Maine.

LAURIE LEE MASON, Owner and Operator. Manages day to day operations, design, bidding, financing and financial operations, pre-qualifica- tions, contract administration, personnel, project management and supervision, with on the project field experience for over 30 years and over $67 million in projects in all phases of building, commercial, residential and marine construction. ROBERT V. MASON SR., Superintendent. Highly experienced in all phases of dredging, marine and underwater construction / engineering, construction diving and inspections from project inception, design, bidding through construction and startup.  Consults for, owned, managed and operated Inner Space Services, Inc. for over 35 years.  Active, hands-on superinten- dent and project consultant. Prime consultant to Bimini bay Resort Channel dredging in Bahamas.