Hello, welcome to the community.
No, BridgePoint does not include an Ada model compiler. BridgePoint has a heritage of usage by developers targeting deeply embedded systems, so the majority of users rely on the C model compiler. The next largest usage is C++. Both those MCs produce code that can run directly on the iron without an RTOS.
We also maintain the SystemC MC, which is useful for developers doing Hardware/Software co-simulation.
Some users have created and maintain their own model compilers in their own shops. These are not publicly available.
BridgePoint is developed with BridgePoint. Much of the tool is modeled in xtUML. The team uses a Java Model Compiler to translate the model into code that is usable in eclipse. MC-Java is targeted for this task and thus is not distributed as a generic Java model compiler.