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  • Air Warfare Destroyer Platform Design Support

    Markets: Vessel Design and Performance, Defence
    Capabilities: Safety and Compliance, Procurement Improvement (Defence Guidance and Improvement), Surface Ship Design and Support (Defence Platform Design and Support)

    BMT provided assessment and analysis of the evolved and existing AWD capability options, ultimately leading to the acquisition of the Navantia designed F100 destroyers.

  • Amphibious Assault Ship (LHD) Operational Safety Case

    Markets: Vessel Design and Performance, Defence
    Capabilities: Safety and Compliance, Operations Improvement (Defence Guidance and Improvement), Surface Ship Design and Support (Defence Platform Design and Support)

    BMT developed a safety product using GSN which interfaces with LHD Hazard log, resulting in a tool that will provide a continuous understanding of the safety status of the LHD capability.

  • Auxiliary Tanker Double Hull Design

    Markets: Vessel Design and Performance, Defence
    Capabilities: Concept Studies, Surface Ship Design and Support (Defence Platform Design and Support), Specialist Naval Platforms (Defence Platform Design and Support)

    BMT developed a unique and flexible double hull design to secure the future of HMAS SUCCESS, the Royal Australian Navy's auxiliary oiler and replenishment vessel.

  • Engineering Support Services to Polly Woodside

    Markets: Vessel Design and Performance
    Capabilities: Vessel Performance, Safety and Compliance

    BMT has been providing the National Trust with a wide range of engineering services in support of historic Australian Ship Polly Woodside.

  • Grande Côte Project Surge Bin, Spiral Concentrator and Tails Densification Module Stability Assessments

    Markets: Mining and Bulk Handling
    Capabilities: Advanced Engineering Analysis, Problem Solving / Troubleshooting, Test and Measurement

    BMT provides marine engineering services to the world's water-going mining operations.

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