BMT Scientific Marine Services Expands Its Team (USA)

BMT Scientific Marine Services Expands Its Team (USA)

BMT Scientific Marine Services has announced an expansion of its operations team with the appointment of Phil Hart as the new Vice President of Operations and Jeffrey Lewis as Vice President – Client Support Operations.

Phil has over 17 years of experience in the offshore industry, including project management, technology development, designing and implementing new product lines and company revenue streams, building and directing multiple cross-functional teams, and budgeting.

Phil previously was a Project Manager and Consultant at Cranfield University, and then moved on to Global Marine Systems Ltd where he worked as General Manager, Senior Product Development Manager, and Engineering Director. Following Global Marine, he was the Senior VP, Chief Technology Officer at Ocean Power Technologies.

In his new BMT role, Phil will be responsible for ensuring the operational efficiency of BMT projects, providing consistency between projects. He will manage the operations group and will oversee project management, engineering, client support and technical services.

Jeff Lewis

In addition, longstanding BMT employee Jeffrey Lewis has been promoted to Vice President – Client Support Operations. In his new position, he will lead a team to support the design and delivery of new maintenance and service products and customer-based application software. Jeffrey and his team will also support all three major business lines with equipment and systems testing activities and installation services.

Tom Johnson, President of BMT Scientific Marine Services, said: “It was important to further develop the operations team in order to support our clients on a more global scale.

“Phil’s position focuses on the broader strategic management of operations, while Jeff’s role allows for continued focus on developing our operational software, service and maintenance teams to provide the best solutions for our clients.”


Press Release, June 25, 2013