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Defence & Security

With a strong military background we understand the requirements of today’s Army, Navy, Air force and the challenges they face.

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Military jet
Air
Military armored tank moving
Land
Naval ship
Sea

Aerospace

From the ground up, MTJB has experience of aircraft design, build, maintenance, flight trials, certification and in-service support. We have worked with major OEMs, MROs and aircraft operators across Europe on every type of aircraft in service today.

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Airplane taking off
Fixed Wing
Helicopter
Rotary Wing

Emergency Services

MTJB has experience of working with the emergency services first hand. Mark (CEO) spent 7 years volunteering as a special constable within Avon & Somerset police. This gives MTJB a unique insight in to the requirements of the front-line units on our streets.

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Police officer
Police
Fireman
Fire
British Coastguard rescue helicopter
Coast Guard

Support Services

Holding our engineering project together is a team of project managers. They aim to make every project run on-time, within budget and to the highest quality. We also contract out these services through our Project Management Office (PMO), which saves the time and cost of hiring the project manager on projects that only require this function for a fraction of the project time. We supply everything from scheduling through to full programme support.

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Support concept
Bid Support & Project Support
Risk management
Risk Management

Research

MTJB are engaged currently with several research topics both internally and for our customers. We use up-to-date systems and methodologies combined with our links to academia to provide a very skilled research capability. Our in-house team are always happy to discuss your research requirements and will provide the skill and resource to make your ideas come to life.

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Programming code abstract technology background
3D Printinted Model Of Human Head
Simulation of an aircraft model being analyzed in wind tunnel for aerodynamic effects
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