News

BMT is actively supporting some world class projects around the world. This is where we share some of the latest news on these projects.

06-May-2022

BMT appoints new Regional Business Director to expand its presence in the Asia Pacific

Coastal Infrastructure Commercial Maritime Defence and Security Energy and Resources Marine Insurance and Underwriting National and Local Government Shipyards and Boat Builders Water Management

As an experienced business leader, Graeme Nayler brings a track record of business transformation and growth that will benefit the BMT portfolio, with relevant industry experience in transport, infrastructure, environment, government and defence

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09-Feb-2022

MIA Announces Environmental Partnership with BMT

Coastal Infrastructure Marine Insurance and Underwriting Shipyards and Boat Builders Water Management

The Marina Industries Association (MIA) is proud to announce the launch of a new and important Environmental Partnership with BMT, a leading international design, engineering, science and risk management consultancy.

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16-Dec-2021

BMT Appoints Hittesh Gupta as Head of Casualty Investigation, Asia

Coastal Infrastructure Commercial Maritime Marine Insurance and Underwriting

Hittesh Gupta has been appointed by BMT as Head of Casualty Investigation, Asia as the firm continues to strengthen its marine consulting services hub position in Asia.

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10-Nov-2021

BMT, Finalist for ASEAN Wind Energy Innovation Excellence Awards for Smart Technology Innovation of the Year

Coastal Infrastructure Commercial Maritime Energy and Resources

Thanks to BMT’s impressive innovation program, valuable experience and expertise for the company’s robust, fuel-efficient vessel designs and for its reputation as a design leader, the business has secured its spot as a finalist of ASEAN Wind Energy Innovation Excellence Award for Smart Technology Innovation of the Year.

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03-Nov-2021

Disrupted ports – COVID, climate change and extreme weather

Coastal Infrastructure Commercial Maritime Energy and Resources Water Management

When operations at ports and harbours are disrupted, the knock-on effects are not just noticeable, they can be disastrous across the supply chain, let alone on the companies and consumers who rely on shipping to deliver more than 90% of the world’s goods.

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