From conception to construction, BMT has a wealth of experience in port and terminal architecture. We provide a detailed design service that complies with international codes, project management, design review, and value engineering.
Engineering Design Services for Marine Facilities
BMT has assisted customers in designing successful proposals for developing marine facilities. Our holistic approach to engineering solutions involves specialists around the world, supported by sophisticated design and optimisation tools.
Engineering services include marine structural engineering, geo-technical engineering, environmental engineering, Metocean studies to support design, material handling systems, buildings, utilities and associated mechanical and electrical systems.
Bulk Materials Handling and Consultancy
For many years BMT has been helping customers to optimise the performance of bulk material handling equipment. This includes bucket-wheel excavators, stackers, reclaimers, shiploaders, ship unloaders, conveyors and conveying systems, mills, crushers, screens, draglines and mining shovels. Our experts offer a complete service from initial investigations and design of machinery to project management, specialist electrical services, procurement and technical support.
BMT uses specialist design tools to undertake finite element analysis, computational fluid dynamics, discrete particle modelling, fatigue and conveyor analysis. Our experts provide an efficient and reliable assessment of problems, supported by software specially developed in-house to carry out complex, state-of-the-art analysis for conveyor dynamics. We are involved with both the industrial and commercial aspects of port equipment from shiploaders and unloaders to grab cranes and passenger gangways. From design to advice, BMT offers quality engineering services that benefit day-to-day, short-term and long-term operations.
These services are provided by our specialist operating company in Australia.
For general enquiries relating to Design and Engineering, please contact Deryck Ethelston
Ports, Infrastructure and Resources Managing Director