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BMT Expands to Meet Increased Workload

March 30, 2015

Photo courtesy of BMT

Photo courtesy of BMT

BMT Nigel Gee (BMT), a subsidiary of BMT Group, has announced the completion of new offices in Southampton in order to meet a large increase in design work.

 

Operating across four principal market sectors, the naval architectural practice delivers design and engineering services for specialised vessels in the commercial, yacht, defence and offshore energy markets. With 62 live projects, BMT has made an exciting start to 2015. Current contracts equate to a total vessel length of nearly 2600m, with projects spreading across 13 countries, over three continents.

With seven commercial vessels, 23 offshore energy, 21 specialised naval, and 11 large yacht projects, BMT has a more diverse portfolio than ever before. Such diversity plays a key role in the company’s culture; BMT is fed by technology, innovation and engineering from a field that is broader than just a single vessel type, market or shipyard. This gives the organisation a wide footprint in the marine industry and allows it to cross-fertilise ideas, process and innovation.

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