We work at a project, fleet and industry level, from early stages through to operations, maintenance and decommissioning, to deliver the safer, smarter, faster rail.
Applying an integrative, risk management approach we are committed to helping clients design and operate high performance rail systems with longer life, greater reliability, maximised availability, improved maintainability and safety.
Railways have many stakeholders to satisfy - government, regulators, public – as well as stringent safety criteria to comply with.
Railways are complicated mega-systems, made up of a combination of many individual systems. We specialise in engineering and integrating these systems.
The railway industry faces constant pressures to reduce costs, increase service levels and extend asset life.
With ever increasing demands on commuter train speeds, long-distance commutes and requirements for passenger safety and comfort, wind engineering is playing a significant role in the design and testing of today’s trains.
BMT has customized a project risk management package for a significant rail extension project in Hong Kong
Gali Batu Depot is a 21-hectare at-grade depot located along Woodlands Road in Singapore, situated at the north end of the 16.6km Downtown Line Stage 2 . BMT conducted a series of system safety activities and an electromagnetic interference assessment to identify and analyse related hazards, suggested safeguards for mitigation, and monitored the progress of the mitigation throughout the project lifecycle.
Suvarnabhumi Airport Rail Link owned by the State Railway of Thailand is an express and commuter rail in Bangkok, Thailand, connecting the airport to BTS skytrain at Phayathai station. The Automatic Fare Collection (AFC) System is a ticketing system for ARL. The AFC scope of works under System Assurance (SA) was awarded to BMT by Thales Transport & Security (Hong Kong) Ltd.
BMT was commissioned to undertake the design, implementation and validation of reinforcement solutions for carbodies and bogies of an entire fleet, with the intent of extending their service lives from 30 to 45 years.