27 October 2020
BMT’s Rick Cox and Greg Fisk will present on the topic “Practical Steps to Conduct Climate Risk Assessment and Adaptation Planning” in a webinar hosted by the American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA). The on-demand session topic will be posted on 29 October 2020, with a live Q&A event at 4:00 PM.
The event takes place on the fourth day of the “AAPA Anywhere: Energy & Environment Seminar & Expo”, which is focused on Climate Change Impacts and Planning. Mr. Cox and Mr. Fisk will address topics such as drivers for action, what ports should do and when, and risk assessment approaches.
AAPA Anywhere: Energy & Environment Seminar & Expo will explore the opportunities surrounding both energy products as a port cargo and alternative fuels as a means to improve environmental performance. Ports throughout the Hemisphere are charting new courses regarding energy and are blazing trails as environmental leaders in their communities. Other topics may include energy planning, LNG, resiliency, climate planning and sea level rise, and MTMT environmental compliance. This virtual event will also feature separate tracks for those who plan, monitor and administer energy and environment activities, and for those responsible for marketing and communicating information about energy and environment activities.
The event will deliver timely, relevant content from experts, exclusive networking and interaction with colleagues and educational opportunities from industry solution providers. From October 26-30, registered participants will be able to access pre-recorded content, participate in live Q&A sessions with presenters, exchange private messages with colleagues through an event app and meet with exhibitors in virtual, informal small groups. The event will offer companies heightened visibility through sponsorship opportunities and give exhibitors the opportunity to connect with potential customers.
6 October 2022
We have won a competitive bid to replace the Integrated Marine Monitoring System on the floating production unit (FPU), Salamanca, which is set for refurbishment and redeployment in the US Gulf of Mexico after being decommissioned by a former operator in 2019.
23 September 2022
The BMT-led Ocean Energy Smart Grid Integration Project reaches milestone full-scale testing at Sustainable Marine Energy substation in Nova Scotia.
20 September 2022
Keeping coastal environments safe from erosion is a challenging task that can require more refined approaches than simple seawalls.
29 June 2022
BMT was awarded a contract by the London Borough of Waltham Forest to build a surface water flood risk model covering the entire Borough.