Leading Global Consultancy Firm Moves To Plymouth Science park
BMT, a leading global design, engineering, science and risk management consultancy firm, has relocated their South West office to Plymouth Science Park.
The company employs approximately 1,500 professionals in 47 offices located across the world, in Americas, Asia, Australia and Europe. Clients include the UK Ministry of Defence (MOD), the Metropolitan Police and the Royal Navy.
With over thirty years’ experience, BMT provides independent technical expertise and consultancy, tackling the most complex engineering and programme challenges to optimise customer’s asset performance, sustainability, and efficiency.
BMT plays an important role, which continues to grow, in a diverse range of industries including defence, transport, renewable energy, infrastructure, risk management and maritime transport.
To date, BMT has supported the Metropolitan Police with business transformation as well as the Royal Navy on maintaining in-service nuclear submarines and designing the Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carriers, the largest warships ever built for the Royal Navy.
Simon Gould, Managing Director, BMT, said
“We are delighted to relocate our Plymouth office to Plymouth Science Park, the South West’s largest science and technology hub. This new facility is an exciting development for BMT. It will help us to increase the level of support we give to our customers, as well as providing an improved working environment for employees and more ‘green’ space for our business to grow over the years to come.”
Fay Davies, Business Development Manager at Plymouth Science Park said:
“We are very pleased to welcome BMT to the Park, which is home to over 90 innovative technology, digital, creative, marine and science-based businesses all with a desire to succeed and grow. Plymouth Science Park offers a vibrant environment for innovation and entrepreneurial development to support BMT as they continue to grow their business and solve the problems of today and shape the ideas of tomorrow.”