To bring objectivity to vital decisions, BMT has developed models and tools that gives you confidence that your final conclusion is fully informed and well-grounded. Just one example of how we are innovating to improve the process of port development.
Site selection studies are carried out by an experienced team with collective expertise in geotechnics, marine accessibility, transport planning, concept design and marine environmental conditions.
BMT conducted a feasibility study including assessment of site conditions water depths, met-ocean, geotechnical, vessel traffic, safety zones, safe access, land constraints and other conditions. BMT evaluated several concepts to receive, store and regasify LNG, and recommended the best option.
BMT was appointed to develop a Masterplan for a new port at Hon Gai in Vietnam.
As part of a government scheme to increase agricultural exports from a Vietnam province, BMT was appointed to help the client examine existing and planned port facilities and transport networks; estimat the potential cargo demand; establish possible strategic development options corresponding to the economic and competitive framework and highlighted possible risks to each option.
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.
BMT was commissioned to complete a multi-million dollar feasibility study to assess the commercial, technical and environmental viability of the Sebuku mine expansion project in Kalimantan, Indonesia. The majority of the study was completed in-house, showcasing the broad range of specialist skill sets that exist within BMT Group.
Our client appointed BMT to undertake a regional study to assess the commercial potential of the development of a marine waste collection and reprocessing network.
BMT delivered a feasibility study for a proposed dry dock on the Karnafuly river in Bangladesh, which will facilitate ship repairing, ship building an dry docking of ocean-going vessels up to 100,000 DWT.
BMT was involved in the development of Dawei port terminal which required careful consideration of design for current, waves and sedimentation