13 February 2018
BMT has announced that it has taken Dubai’s next signature structure, ‘Dubai Creek Tower’ to 100% design development. This iconic, megatall building by Emaar Properties, has been designed by world-renowned architect and engineer, Santiago Calatrava who is leading its
design and engineering work.
BMT’s wind engineering experts have completed aerodynamic shape optimisation studies, wind loading analyses and façade wind pressures assessments.
The building’s striking design includes a distinctive net of steel stay-cables that attach to a central reinforced concrete column that will reach into the skies. At the top of the tower is an oval-shaped bud that will house several observation decks, offering unprecedented, 360-degree views of the city and beyond. It will also serve as a beacon of light at night, with a lighting system that will evoke the features of a flower bud, as it seemingly hovers atop the structure.
24 December 2019
Building Myanmar’s Newest Container Terminal
15 March 2019
As part of BMTs commitment to STEM, BMT is working in association with the Learning Partnership, The Royal Air Force and the Royal Navy to sponsor local schools and encourage STEM engagement.
13 January 2019
BMT and Fenestra Malaysia are pleased to announce their teaming in “Venturi Asia” - a new venture based in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia that is set to offer advanced wind tunnel modelling and environmental physics’ support to the civil construction, architecture, and oil & gas sectors.
21 December 2018
BMT conducted a study on Ecosystem-based Adaptation (EbA) to climate change in the Solomon Islands.