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We continue to support world class projects around the world. Explore the latest news and updates from BMT.
BMT, Bayards UP teaming agreement to provide full spectrum of helideck services in the Gulf of Mexico.
Supporting London’s Metropolitan Police Service
23-metre Crew Transfer Vessel for Offshore Windfarms
Ipswich Rivers Flood Study Update.
BMT Designs Ultra-High-Speed, Interceptor Patrol Boat for the Royal Oman Police Coast Guard.
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.
BMT has customized a project risk management package for a significant rail extension project in Hong Kong
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.
10m High Speed Fire Boat - NG540
¡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.
The Interservice/ Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC) is the world's largest modeling, simulation and training event. The Training, Simulation and Modeling Industry has a very important job to do in providing the very best of Training Equipment and Simulation Technologies for our forces in the field as well as here at home.
This year’s Conference will be broken out across three days and presented alongside the International WorkBoat Show. The WorkBoat Annual Conference will focus on five sectors: “Maintenance & Repair”, “Tugs & Coastal Towing“Shipyards”, “Inland Waterways & Passenger Vessel” and “Offshore”.
Oceanology International is the world's largest marine technology and ocean science event, incorporating exhibitions, technical conferences as well as a full vessel and dockside demonstration programme.
BMT's Greg Fisk recently spoke with James McMahon, CEO of The Climate Service (TCS), a U.S based climate analytics company, about the uptake of climate considerations by the financial sector.
Alan Stokes in an Executive Director of the Australian Coastal Councils Association (ACCA). The ACCA is an organisation of coastal councils from all states around Australia which has been set up as an incorporated association with the role to represent the interests of coastal councils at a national level.
It is increasingly recognised by defence forces around the world that climate change poses an increasing threat to peace and security in the world. Its impacts can undermine livelihoods, increase involuntary migration, and reduce the ability of states to provide security.
Climate change is happening around the world. Ocean heatwaves cause coral bleaching events which can occur at a large scale and result in massive die-off (bleaching) of corals.
Justin McAdams and Charles Constançon, BMT, USA, explain how the company’s new dragline modification and repair scheme has reduced downtime and outage costs caused by fatigued dragline parts.
Shipping is changing fast. The moral and regulatory frameworks protecting the environments in which global shipping operates are having an unprecedented effect on global trade. How will shipping adapt with this ever evolving backdrop?