EODEX and Alford Technologies have a strong and stable management team who have a wealth of experience in their respective fields. Committed to delivering excellence across all aspects of our UXO/MEC service provision, we pride ourselves on driving innovative technical solutions in challenging environments, providing outstanding customer service and using the very best personnel and equipment to support key customer requirements.
Our ability to operate safely and reliably all over the world is the foundation of our operational excellence and our business performance.
In a world where there is increasing demand for environmentally considerate, safe, cost effective UXO/MEC solutions, EODEX and Alford Technologies stand at the forefront of this specialist niche market and will continue to follow a management strategy that best allows us to deliver against future requirements.
A former Royal Naval Warfare Commander and Mine Clearance Diving Specialist he has throughout his career been involved in EOD and underwater clearance operations all over the globe having held a number of high-profile assignments both in the UK and abroad, including sea command and command of UK military diving training. With a rich portfolio of achievements Andrew sits at the operational helm of a company that has been specifically formed to bring the very best military counter UXO processes for use within the commercial subsea sector with safety, environmental safeguarding and cost efficiency as central pillars of its delivery. He is a masters graduate of Kings College and a Member of the Institute of Explosive Engineers.
Andrew Elvin OBE joins EODEX US as President, bringing a unique level of knowledge from 35 years as a Royal Navy Warfare Officer. With 30 years specialist experience in deep mine warfare, diving and explosive ordnance disposal, Andrew served a third of his career alongside, and embedded with various US Navy Commands. His final tour was as the Deputy US Mine Warfare Commander in Bahrain and Captain UK Mine Warfare. Dealing with all forms of military ordnance during conflict including ERW, MEC and UXOs, he has amassed a wealth of experience, operating with multi-national commercial, military and industrial organizations, from the Americas through Europe to the Middle and Far East.
Now a US citizen, he has lived with his family in Rhode Island for 8 years and enjoys light engineering and destructive gardening. Andrew is a keen sailor and a diving volunteer at the Rhode Island Marine Archaeology Project.