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Below is a message from our Managing Director Graham McDougall regarding BMC response to the COVID-19 virus.
Good Afternoon All, Here’s a quick update on our continuing services to you. BMC has for some weeks been planning and working in alignment with the Ministry of Health’s Influenza Pandemic Plan. We have phone and data systems and practiced capability to deliver our outcomes remotely and securely in an ‘at home’ lockdown situation. This capability is active now. We are in a position to continue to deliver our outputs with confidence for an extended period of time. We...
BMC is proud to have been part of this work in conjunction with the Quake Center. Providing sound and reliable information for Building Owners.
The Quake Centre (QC) is a partnership between the NZ Government, UC, and several industry groups. This partnership is currently, all working together in the engineering sector to provide world-class knowledge, research and solutions to seismic issues. BMC is proud to be supporting & sponsoring the QC because it fits tightly within our area of expertise. Aligning with our fundamental company vision and values of, integrity, collaboration, and caring for people & communities. The QC approached BMC to assist with...
Evie Anderson, one of our junior engineers was selected to present her Epoxy Repair Review paper at this year's Concrete Conference in Dunedin.
In attendance from BMC were Ed, Evie, Matt, and Michael. The conference was held at the town hall in Dunedin.
Thursday’s sessions began with a presentation on sustainability. Aspects involving natural, human, social, and financial capital were discussed. Also, the general negativity towards concrete in the news media, however, the speaker viewed this as actually directed toward urbanization rather than the concrete itself. The population is growing and demands infrastructure. The primary source of emissions when producing concrete is the production of clinker. This can be reduced through supplementary cementitious materials. For example, New Zealand has pumice and other natural...