21 March 2018
ALEXANDRIA, VA – BMT continues to grow its environmental consulting services for the U.S. Forest Service by winning another new Blanket Purchase Agreement contract.
The five-year multiple-award agreement provides the Forest Service with services and expertise to execute environmental analysis and study projects under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) in Region 8. BMT is authorized to bid all geographic areas, and offers services across all labor categories, which span from botanists and biologists to economists and sociologists. The geographic scope includes the entire U.S. southeast, as well as Texas, Oklahoma, Kentucky, Virginia, and Puerto Rico
According to Rick Cox, BMT’s Vice President in charge of the firm’s environmental business line, the new contract is one in a series of BMT contract wins supporting the Forest Service. In 2017, BMT won a five-year agreement supporting Region 8 with site assessment, removal and remedial actions, and other environmental consulting services. BMT has recently provided sampling, site investigation, range assessment, and other environmental services at sites in South Carolina, Florida, and Arkansas.
“BMT’s relationship with the Forest Service has been excellent, and we are proud to continue growing our business to support its wide range of program requirements,” said Mr. Cox.
The Alexandria-based business has provided environmental services for U.S. Federal agencies since 1995, including the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Department of Homeland Security, and Department of Defense.
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BMT’s Duncan Kitts will present the latest developments in 2D flood modelling on February 2nd at 11:15 (GMT) at Sniffer’s annual Flood Risk Management conference, FRM2021.
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We are pleased to announce that Maritime UK has confirmed the appointment of Sarah Kenny OBE as its new Chair, effective this month.
14 December 2020
BMT has been awarded a project by the UK Seafood Innovation Fund to address current pressing issues facing aquaculture in Scotland.
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BMT has been announced as the winner of the first ADMIRALTY Marine Innovation Programme challenge by the UK Hydrographic Office (UKHO), for a new navigation system combining its REMBRANDT and TUFLOW simulation technologies to support autonomous operations planning and real-time navigation safety in Maritime and across Maritime sector’s diverse set of industries.