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, Operators, Investors, Contractors and Regulators to realise every incremental gain and unlock opportunities for our customers.
We combine technical, commercial and environmental expertise to deliver fully integrated solutions to financial institutions, energy and infrastructure companies and consulting firms.
Our in-house geo-technical, coastal, and specialist marine structural engineers are supported by drafters and sophisticated design and optimisation tools.
Port, harbour and terminal projects are complex, multiple-stakeholder projects. The ability to identify each and every opportunity available demands a blend of skills and a breadth of experience, something we have built up working on some of the world’s largest port projects.
Ports and terminals which run safely, securely and efficiently benefit all stakeholders, from authorities and regulators to contractors and customers.
Being able to accurately simulate the navigation of vessels is a vital when considering port feasibility and evaluating design options.
Our search and rescue information system helps save lives and minimise damage. It combines the experience of world coastguard agencies with our expertise in marine environmental software systems.
The study is a key element in guiding port development policy and planning for future port facilities and related infrastructure. BMT is to formulate a sustainable development strategy for the Hong Kong Port.
BMT delivered a port master plan to assist the customer in establishing a technically and financially viable roadmap, as well as a strategic business model to better position the port for returns on investment.
BMT prepared a business plan for the new offshore multi-user port development in Abu Dhabi, involving staged construction of facilities from initial operations in 2010 to full development by 2028.
The purpose of this Preliminary Feasibility assessment was to establish at a high level the nature and volume of cargo demand, the technical requirements to support this volume, the marine and port facility requirements, broad environmental and metocean impacts, and quantified investment returns.
Vitol Tank Terminal International BV is involved in the provision of bulk liquid storage facilities. BMT was appointed as Project Management Consultant (PMC) for a terminal expansion project.
Adani Abbot Point Terminal Pty Ltd recently acquired the existing Abbot Point Export Terminal.
Building on the Port of Cairns Cruise Shipping Demand Study undertaken by BMT in 2010 – 2011, BMT is working with project partner Arup to prepare an Environmental Impact Statement for the Port of Cairns Shipping Development Project.
BMT was appointed by Sembawang Shipyard Pte Ltd (SSPL) to carry out the mooring analysis of the vessel MT Chios during its conversion into a floating storage and offloading (FSO) facility at Karimun Shipyard, Indonesia and Sembawang Shipyard, Singapore.
Singapore's JTC Corporation, in collaboration with the Safety and Risk Management Safety Centre (SRMC) conducted a series of pilot Quantitative Risk Assessment studies to establish the applicability of the new QRA guidelines in the local context. BMT has been invited by JTC and SRMC to bid for the pilot study using new QRA guidelines on an existing manufacturing facility in Singapore.
BMT identified and provided solutions to potential hazards and operability and maintainability problems for a polystyrene plant in Egypt.