SMEC has operated in Malaysia since 1962. SMEC's first project in Malaysia was a pre-feasibility study for the proposed 100MW Batang Ai Hydroelectric Project. This was the first hydroelectric project undertaken in Malaysia. Upon completion, the facility had a main dam, three saddle dams, a spillway, a power intake, four penstocks, a powerhouse, a tailrace and switchyard. SMEC opened a permanent office in Kuala Lumpur in 1972.
Since then, SMEC has provided multi-disciplinary consultancy services for a number of hydroelectric projects such as Bakun Dam, undertaken stormwater management and road tunnel construction projects and been involved in the construction of the Express Rail Link from Kuala Lumpur to Kuala Lumpur International Airport. SMEC has experience in the Transport, Water and Geotechnics and Tunnels sectors in Malaysia.
SMEC is currently involved in the Pahang Selangor Raw Water Transfer Project. The project objective is to transfer raw water from the Semantan River in Pahang to Selangor to meet future water supply demands in these areas. SMEC is a part of a consortium providing planning, investigation services, detailed designs, preparation of all contract documents and construction supervision.
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