Our customers live in a world of ever-increasing change: growing compliance, new global competitors, the pressure to do more with less, ever faster innovation cycles and less time to exploit market positions or new technologies. We bring domain experience coupled with management, engineering, science and technology know-how to help our customers compete in this world of accelerated change.More
BMT provides engineering and scientific services and solutions to industry, commerce, policy makers, regulators and public sector operators. We offer specialised support for our customers to provide solutions to their challenges. Delivering engineering and project management services to the markets we operate in.More
We continue to support world class projects around the world. Explore the latest news and updates from BMT.
Marine surveyors and consultants, like BMT, have cemented a global standing as one of the top ‘maritime tech’ consultancies in the world.
BMT’s Cathy Ingram wins Equality of Opportunity category at the Women in Defence UK Awards We are delighted to announce that Cathy Ingram, Principal Naval Architect at BMT, won the Equality of Opportunity Award at the 2020 Women in Defence UK Awards virtual ceremony.
BMT has been awarded a prime contract to conduct industry studies for the U.S. Navy’s T-ARC(X) cable ship replacement program. The contract consists of capability and cost trade studies in key areas, investigation of options to maximize affordability and producibility, and development of a concept design.
Designing a vessel for a pioneering offshore wind project in Japan requires BMT to work to new rules
Industry insights about ferry designs at the forefront of innovation: TV interview with Sylvain Julien, Director of Naval Architecture , BMT and Greg Trauthwein of Maritime Reporter TV
BMT developed a 3D hydrodynamic and water quality model of the region around the Abrolhos Islands in Western Australia. In collaboration with BMT and the University of Western Australia, model results were used to assess the impact of proposed finfish aquaculture on the surrounding environment.
SkyPier at Hong Kong International Airport provides speedy ferry service for transfer passengers. BMT was responsible for the ferry pontoons that act as the principal interface for passengers and baggage.
The Airbus A400M is a four-engine turboprop military transport aircraft being designed and manufactured by Airbus Military, BMT supported the MoD A400M Project Team with the development of the VfMB required to support the In-Service Support Assessment Phase.
¡VAMOS! aspires to enable the provision of a stable and competitive supply of raw materials for Europe by increasing the production of raw materials within the EU with the help of a breakthrough underwater mining system.
217m Containership - NG254
21-Apr-2021 - 22-Apr-2021
Sea Asia announced the debut of its inaugural virtual preview on 21 and 22 April 2021, to be held in conjunction with the Singapore Maritime Week.
1-Jun-2021 - 3-Jun-2021
LAND FORCES is the region’s premier international land defence exposition, showcasing equipment, technology and services for the armies of Australia and the Indo-Asia-Pacific.
15-Jun-2021 - 17-Jun-2021
Seawork is Europe’s leading commercial marine and workboat exhibition, providing businesses the opportunity to showcase their products and services to an international audience.
Cho Wutyi Thin
Wind energy is emerging as the most economical form of renewable energy with Levelised Cost of Electricity now at grid parity levels and below electricity from fossil fuel-powered plants.
How do operators of offshore assets become resilient and prevent against increasingly damaging extreme weather events?
Tropical storm preparedness for offshore and nearshore energy projects.
What should offshore assets monitor during extreme weather events? What types of data should asset managers want to see and why?
What does it mean for an offshore asset to be "Hurricane Ready"? What should asset managers consider when inspecting monitoring systems ahead of a hurricane season?
Building resilience during a La Niña weather pattern