BMT Group Created from Merger

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

The BMT Group, maritime design, engineering and risk management consultancy, announced the merger of three companies, BMT SeaTech, BMT Argoss and the Southampton and Polish businesses of BMT Cordah.

The merged entity will retain the name of BMT Argoss. The capabilities of each company are being brought together to offer customers full turn-key solutions.

In the Oil and Gas sector, BMT is working with oil majors to provide environmental information, particularly in harsh environments such as strong currents, high waves, ice, etc.  Information systems are providing input at the planning and design stages as well as supporting day to day operations.

As well as delivering to the oil and gas and shipping sectors, BMT Argoss will continue to work with governments to provide environmental information systems to meet EU directives.  Flood protection modelling, noise mapping, clean air and infrastructure management are areas being targeted and BMT has extensive experience in all of them. Most recently, BMT successfully produced a noise mapping model in Gdansk that went on to be adopted in towns and cities throughout Poland.

(www.bmtargoss.com)

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