BMT is well established in its geotechnical and civil engineering capability, further supported by in-house master mariner and naval architecture expertise that can effectively perform mooring, navigation and marine traffic risk studies with proprietary and internationally recognised simulation tools.
Having all needed engineering disciplines in-house, BMT provides efficient, end-to-end engineering design solutions. Our extensive track record testifies our capability to manage major engineering design projects effectively, and with quality deliverables.
As technology transforms the way ports and terminals are designed and operated, we continually explore and exploit its possibilities to reduce cost and time and increase safety.
At BMT our focus is singular - on delivering successful outcomes that unlock each and every site opportunity.
We have built a worldwide reputation for designing bulk materials handling systems which help our customers get their commodities such as coal and iron ore onto vessels more quickly and safely, day in day out.
Wind, waves, currents and human activity are constantly reshaping coastlines. Beaches are eroded and rebuilt, nearshore seabeds and river channels remoulded and sediments carried to the coast
Information and data are valuable commodity. At BMT we believe that clear and concise communication of data is important to our clients.
Establishing new port channels and basins and managing the build-up of sediment can present a major obstacle to ports and boat harbours. Removal of seabed material often requires specialist dredging equipment, which is often limited in availability and costly to mobilise.
Floating structures can provide a cost-effective and innovative alternative to land-based structures.
Our experience in using effective tools and methodologies to manage risk helps customers verify and optimise design early on, when costs are still manageable.
From building jetties to prototyping new offshore communities, our expertise in designing and managing the construction of coastal structures can help you overcome the complex technical challenges of such projects.
BMT was appointed by Vopak Yang Pu, Hainan Storage Terminal to provide consultancy services on all matters relating to the marine facilities for the terminal development.
BMT was appointed by Singaport Cleanseas for the conceptual design review and project management consultancy for the proposed construction of new tanks and associated facilities at the existing slop reception centre at Pulau Sebarok, Singapore and also the study on the potential upgrading/expansion of the existing barge pier to cater for bigger vessels.
BMT have been providing professional services to Muhibbah Engineering Bhd commencing from the FEED for the LNG Regasification Unit and Island Berth of the LNG Regasification.
Wilmar Myanmar Port Terminals (Thilawa) limited intends to construct a modern multi-purpose international jetty at the Thilawa port. Contractor Penta-Ocean Construction Co. Ltd had appointed BMT to provide professional engineering services for this project. As part of engineering services, mooring assessment for proposed jetty structure has been carried out.
Works were for the Boil-Off Gas (BOG) Compressor and Blower Packages of the Project as part of the Hazard Review Process during the Project's EPC phase.
BMT has been providing engineering support to Muhibbah Engineering Bhd for the LNG Regasification Facilities Project, commencing from FEED for the LNG regas unit and the Island berth.
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.
BMT carried out the conceptual design of the MOLF, covering geotechnical and marine structural engineering design activities, as well as a number of specialist studies and surveys needed for adequately evaluating the options available.
BMT was engaged to prepare designs to more than double the output of an existing barge loading facility in Kalimantan, Indonesia. The facility handles a number of different grades of coal to deliver a specified blend to each barge.
Adani Abbot Point Terminal Pty Ltd recently acquired the existing Abbot Point Export Terminal.
BMT has been commissioned by Puma Energy to conduct a HAZOP Study to review the FEED safety design for the current North Vietnam Bitumen Terminal.
BMT designed the port as multi product facility that could handle both import and export of bulk products, livestock export and possibly Ro-Ro traffic.
BMT delivered engineering review and project management of the jetty for Vopak Zhangjiagang Terminal in China, during its early development phase.
BMT was appointed to deliver the complete engineering design and project management consultancy services for four jetties of Van Phong Bonded Petroleum Terminal in Vietnam.
BMT was appointed to prepare the layout of two jetties at its Petroleum Storage Terminal at Banyan Basin, Singapore.
BMT provided Tender Design Services in support of the Phase 2 development of Jurong Shipyard, an integrated facility at Tuas South Singapore.
BMT delivered tender design services to Daelim Industrial Co. Ltd
BMT was appointed by Taisei Corporation to carry out the Mooring Analysis for 200,000 DWT and 60,000 DWT bulk carriers and 8,000 DWT barge at Jimah coal unloading jetty. The layout of the berth, Met Ocean data, Bathymetry details were provided by the client.
BMT Asia Pacific Pte Ltd was appointed by Antara Pte Ltd to conduct mooring analysis for the proposed Singapore LNG terminal secondary and tertiary berths at Jurong Island.
BMT was appointed by Technip Geoproduction to carry out Conceptual Engineering Studies for a MOLF for Petroliam National Berhad (PETRONAS). The MOLF was required to be built in order to receive and offload EPCC Contractor's construction goods and project cargo during construction phase of Refinery And Petrochemical Integrated Development (RAPID) project.
BMT carried out desktop ship-handling simulation to determine the impact of the marine environment on different types of vessels as they arrived and departed from the Sinopec West Point terminal. The simulations were done on BMT's proprietary desktop simulator, BMT REMBRANDT, using simulated hydrodynamic currents of the area.