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  • BMT Fluid Mechanics Limited
    Teddington, United Kingdom
    BMT Fluid Mechanics is internationally recognized as a leading independent specialist in the fields of wind engineering and computational modelling for the civil construction and the offshore industries. With headquarters in London and offices in the United Arab Emirates, Hong Kong, Malaysia and the U.S.A., BMT provides wind engineering services drawing upon in-house capabilities from wind tunnel testing and computational modelling. BMT has substantial in-house facilities for state-of-the-art small scale physical modelling of atmospheric wind flows around civil structures. The company currently operates 2 major in-house wind tunnel facilities: a large boundary layer wind tunnel with a test section 4.8m wide x 2.4m high x 15m long and a top test speed of 45 m/s, and an aeronautical tunnel (exclusively used for section model tests) with a test section 2.7m wide x 2.1m high and a top test speed of 65 m/s. These facilities are backed up by state-of-the-art instrumentation for a wide range of applications and measurement techniques. In addition, the Company maintains a high-capacity, high-throughput computer cluster for carrying out Computational Fluid Dynamics and advanced flow simulations. BMT’s experience with the aerodynamics of long-span bridges extends back over 70 years to the pioneering work on the development of the UK’s first major suspension bridges. Long-span bridge projects have included Tsing Ma Bridge (Hong Kong), Second Severn Crossing (UK), Stonecutters Bridge (Hong Kong), Messina Bridge (Italy), Queensferry Crossing (UK) and Ozman Gazi Bridge (Turkey). Footbridge projects have included Stirling Footbridge (UK), Peace Footbridge (UK), Centre Street Footbridge (USA) and Tank Street Footbridge (Australia).
  • TENSA
    Milan, Italy
    Tensacciai, now renamed TENSA, was founded in 1951 with headquarters in Milan, Italy. It is now active in over 50 countries with a direct presence in 14 countries. TENSA is a leader in stay cables, post-tensioning, anti-seismic devices, structural bearings and expansion joints. TENSA has extensive references and numerous certifications for its products worldwide. Our mission is to constantly improve the methods and the quality of construction processes through research, innovation and cooperation with designers, engineers and contractors worldwide. A strong commitment to quality is the only way to ensure safe and long-lasting structures. We support the design from the initial stage, challenging standards to develop custom solutions. We value timely execution and service as keys to building long-term relationships. Our core knowledge lies within stay-cables and post-tensioning systems, anti-seismic devices, structural bearings and expansion joints as well as all the related accessories, equipment and services. TENSA strives to push its vast experience towards new methods and variations of applications, developing ingenious solutions for building new structures, whether they are buildings or infrastructures, as well as the rehabilitation of existing ones.
  • Civionic Engineering & Consulting Inc.
    Vancouver, Canada
    Civionic Engineering provides sensor solutions for bridges, dams and buildings, pipelines, oil platforms, transmission towers and other assets or civil structures. We are manufacturer independent and will either develop or select the best possible solution for you and your budget. Our extensive knowledge and experience in electronics, software development, data bases, cloud platforms, wireless solutions, civil engineering, structural engineering, damage detection, analysis and reporting, makes us the go-to people for structural instrumentation.
  • Campbell Scientific Ltd
    Loughborough, United Kingdom

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