BMT has been commissioned to conduct risk assessments for the client to facilitate their submission for the approval of the Fire Services Department to grant a Dangerous Goods (DG) license for data centres and water treatment works. The fire services installations involved include aboveground/underground bulk fuel storage tanks and chlorine production process.
In the risk assessments, both qualitative and quantitative approaches have been adopted.
We have conducted qualitative risk assessment, Hazard Identification (HAZID) workshops and consequence analyses to estimate the hazards associated with the use and storage of DG.
We also employed quantitative risk assessment, assessments of failure frequencies by fault tree and event tree analyses, as well as software modelling of consequences to demonstrate the risk levels complied with the risk criteria in Hong Kong.
BMT has identified potential risks and has provided value added and cost effective risk reduction measures for optimizing the engineering designs for the future operation in terms of:
In view of changes made to Singapore QRA Guidelines (implemented in 2016), a Dutch storage major with a brown-field facility whereby the risk from the facility has not been assessed engaged BMT to carry out a Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA) in accordance to both existing and new Singapore QRA Guidelines for the Terminal.
BMT was commissioned to build a financial and business development plan for a Chinese Logistics Park.
A modular floating platform, currently the world's largest floating stage (2018) was constructed and moored at site in Marina Basin in Singapore. The multi-purpose structure has been the site for important cultural events since 2007, bringing a marine solution to land-based challenges.
BMT assisted in the development of offshore oil facilities on Pulau Busing Island, off Singapore's busy south coast. The work was motivated by the increasing costs of oil, and the BMT team was in place to assess a total engineering design and project management consultancy for four new jetties.