Coastal Infrastructure

Successful port, harbour and terminal projects unlock every opportunity offered by the site, environment, design, construction and local economy.

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Key contact

Andy Brown - Coastal Infrastructure

Head of Business Development, North America

United States

+1 281 200 3115 coastal-infrastructure.ci@bmtglobal.com

Unlocking Opportunity

BMT helps you optimise outcomes while mitigating risks, using established methodologies and leading technologies to reduce cost and time, and increase safety. We provide continuous senior involvement from our industry experts.

From conception to commissioning, we have a full range of services that we deliver in a way that helps developers stay on time and in budget. BMT's holistic approach combines valuable engineering experience with sustainable environmental management and economic practicality to deliver high-value solutions.

We work with Developers, Investors, Contractors and Regulators to realise every incremental gain and unlock opportunities for our customers.

 

Solutions at every stage

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