SMEC Pakistan

SMEC aligns local knowledge with global expertise to address the needs of its diverse client base, and has delivered thousands of projects in more than 100 countries, including Pakistan.

Today, SMEC delivers high quality technical services for the lifecycle of a project and provides consultancy services to a broad range of sectors including:

SMEC has operated in Pakistan since 1971, and established a permanent office in Lahore in 1997.

In 2007, SMEC acquired local consultancy firm, Engineering General Consultants. In 2009 SMEC acquired CEIS, an oil and gas consultancy, now known as SMEC Oil & Gas.

SMEC’s first project in Pakistan was the Karachi Power Expansion and Transmission Project. Since then, SMEC has worked on a number of projects in Pakistan including: Lahore-Islamabad Motorway rehabilitation; Latif Gas Processing Facility; Khanki Barrage Project; Reko Diq Copper Gold Project; and the Mari Deep Central Processing.

More recently, SMEC has been engaged (as part of a consortium) to provide engineering management services on the Saaf Pani Clean Water Project,and SMEC Oil & Gas will provide design, engineering and construction supervision services, on a call-out basis for Pakistan Petroleum Limited.

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