We can support you at every stage of the project lifecycle with a wide range of high-quality products and services, all backed by our expertise across sectors, geographies and capabilities.
The solutions we develop in-house draw on our extensive experience in the field and support you to deliver better, safer, faster and more efficient outcomes.
We deliver engineering and scientific services and solutions to industry, commerce, policy makers, regulators and public sector operators.
We combine engineering experience with sustainable environmental management and practical economics.
We are world leaders in providing ship design and technical consultancy across the marine sector, including automation, fleet optimisation and connectivity systems.
With a defence heritage that stretches from WWII to the ground-breaking design for the new UK aircraft carrier, we operate globally, delivering complex digital, engineering and strategy consulting.
For over 50 years, we have been working with organisations from the Oil & Gas, Power & Renewables, Mining and Construction sectors. We have provided services from the Gulf of Mexico and Brazil to the North Sea, West Africa, and down through Australasia.
BMT has a respected history of delivering consulting solutions through the extended value chain of marine insurance and underwriting.
Administrations face numerous challenges, including the need for ‘better for less’, transparency, data security, increasing digital access, and constant change, whether local, national or global.
We have supported the global, diverse, complex, multi-faceted shipbuilding industry for over 30 years.
We work with operators to provide quality evidence and advice that aims to satisfy debate, secure social license, and deliver on sustainable objectives.
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BMT is actively supporting some world class projects around the world. This is where we share some of the latest news on these projects.
BMT has been awarded a design contract for three new Crew Transfer Vessels (CTVs) to be operated at east coast wind farms in the US.