SMEC will provide supervision and monitoring services for the construction of more than 40 km of access roads.
SMEC and Associated Consulting Engineers (ACE Consultants), a SMEC subsidiary, have been engaged by the Bangladesh Roads and Highways Department to provide design, supervision and monitoring services for the construction of more than 40 km of access roads on the Matarbari Ultra Super Critical Coal-Fired Power Project.
Project works comprise: construction of a new 10 km road; rehabilitation of a 12 km road; repairs to 20 km of roadway; and construction of a 640 m pre-stressed concrete bridge (and two jetties).
SMEC’s services will include: detailed engineering design of roads and bridges; preparation of engineering plans and specifications; assessments, surveys, studies and testing; cost estimates; prequalification, bidding and contract management; preparation of right-of-way acquisition plans; construction supervision; and project monitoring services.
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