SMEC has operated in Tanzania since 1974. SMEC's first project in Tanzania was the Singida Region Water Supply and Groundwater Development Project. The project objective was to develop village water supplies from groundwater services in a semi-arid district. SMEC provided hydrogeological technical assistance to locate promising sites. SMEC opened a permanent office in Dar es Salaam in 2001.
Since then, SMEC has worked on a variety of projects including an Environmental Management Plan for Lake Victoria, the central transport corridor project, a road inventory survey for the whole of Tanzania, a major gas and power generation project, change management for Tanzania Railways Corporation, technical advisory services for Dar es Salaam Water and Sewage Authority and a water supply and a sanitation project for Dar es Salaam.
With experience in the Transport, Water and Hydropower and Energy sectors in Tanzania, SMEC is currently involved in several road upgrade projects. SMEC is preparing preliminary designs and studies for investment in sub-projects in the cities of Dodoma, Mbeya and Mtwara. These sub-projects are part of the Tanzania Strategic Cities Project which aims to improve basic urban infrastructure and services in local government areas.
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