14 November 2018
BMT has signed a service agreement with Al Masaood Oil & Gas, one of the UAE’s pioneering oil and gas suppliers and contractors, as part of its localised and strategic business efforts to continue leveraging its consulting and technology service offerings in the UAE.
The agreement with the Abu Dhabi headquartered company will see BMT being assisted by Al Masaood Oil & Gas to deliver risk & safety, environmental modelling, marine & port engineering, metocean, environmental, integrity and structural monitoring and data management services for projects situated in the UAE.
Al Masaood Oil & Gas General Manager, Ahmad El Tannir commented: “Our state-of-the-art diversified portfolio supplier services are designed to further boost BMT’s international energy services presence to the next level. Our client service delivery briefs are our number one priority that are being strengthened by the resource and supply going to these markets in the UAE.”
BMT’s Critical Infrastructure Business Managing Director, Deryck Ethelston commented: “With Al Masaood Oil & Gas we have associated ourselves with one of the most recognisable oil and gas suppliers and contractors in the UAE. Utilising Al Masaood Oil & Gas’ extensive expertise and technical services in this key location will enable us to deliver our market leading services to UAE clients.”
28 June 2021
We are pleased to confirm our transition from OHSAS 18001 to ISO 45001. This key objective reflects BMT’s continuing commitment to our people, the environment, and our industry partners.
16 June 2021
BMT can now provide relevant, high quality asset management assessments of organisations against internationally recognised standards (ISO 55000).
14 June 2021
BMT is a conference sponsor, speaker and exhibitor at the 2021 Institute of Asset Management (IAM) Conference annual conference focused on looking at how asset management can meet the challenges of climate change.
7 June 2021
BMT to assist Essex County Council (ECC) with the development of flood alleviation measures from surface water flooding within the County.