SMEC wins at the South African Institute of Civil Enginnering (SAICE) Annual Awards in Johannesburg.
SMEC South Africa has won the Technical Division: Structural Engineering Award for the Pacaltsdorp Pedestrian Bridge Project at the South African Institute of Civil Enginnering (SAICE) Annual Awards in Johannesburg.
SMEC also received a commendation for the Senqu River Bridge Project in the category Most Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement – Community Based Project.
The annual awards provided a great opportunity to recognise the outstanding work of SMEC throughout South Africa. Congratulations to everyone involved in both projects.
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