Projects

From one of the world's biggest coal ports in Australia to ice breakers in the Caspian Sea to work with the European Space Agency, BMT has supported challenging projects of world class stature and significance

  • CORE - Consistently Optimised Resilient Secure Global Supply-Chains

    CORE will consolidate, amplify, extend and demonstrate EU knowledge and capabilities and international co-operation for securing supply chains whilst maintaining or improving business performance, with specific reference to key Supply Chain Corridors

  • Electromagnetic Field Measurements for Hong Kong MTR Phase IV Light Rail Vehicles

    The project of the electromagnetic field emission measurements for the MTR Phase IV Light Rail Vehicles (LRV) is to obtain the measurement data and verify that the emission level of the Phase IV LRV can meet the EMC standard: EN 50121 Part 3-1: Rolling Stock – Train and Complete Vehicle.

  • EMC Management for a railway project, Hong Kong

    EMC Management for a railway project, Hong Kong

    BMT was responsible for Electromagnetic Compatibility Management (EMC) management and preparing hazard/risk analysis, hazard log, FMECA, QRA, RAM demonstration plan, etc. for the Traction Power Supply, Overhead Line System, and Tunnel Ventilation System of the Hong Kong MTR Kowloon Southern Link (KSL) which links the existing East Rail Line's East Tsim Sha Tsui Station with the West Rail line's Nam Cheong Station.

  • EMC Management of an  Airport Metro Express Line, India

    EMC Management of an Airport Metro Express Line, India

    BMT was appointed as an Electromagnetic Compatibility Management (EMC) consultant for the platform screen door system of Dehli's airport metro express line. BMT assisted in the preparation of the EMC management plan, EMI hazard analysis, EMC design review, EMC specification and test plan, and EMC test report submissions.

  • Environmental Impact Assessment for a major road upgrade, Hong Kong

    Environmental Impact Assessment for a major road upgrade, Hong Kong

    The Project was to upgrade the remaining 5.2 km long sections of Kam Tin Road and Lam Kam Road from a substandard single two-lane carriageway into a standard 7.3m wide carriageway, with the associated improvement of pedestrian facilities and public transport laybys. BMT was appointed to conduct an EIA for this road improvement project. Key environmental issues include air quality, noise, water quality, waste, land contamination, cultural heritage and landscape and visual impact assessment.