SMEC Sri Lanka
SMEC has operated in Sri Lanka since 1982, and established a permanent office in Colombo in 1998.
SMEC’s first project in Sri Lanka was the Mahaweli Area Roads Development Project, which involved the development of a primary road network to serve selected areas of the Mahaweli Ganga Basin.
Since then, SMEC has been involved in a number of projects throughout Sri Lanka, these include: the Colombo-Katunayake Expressway; the National Water Management Improvement Project; Moragahakanda Dam and Reservoir; the New Chancery Building of the Australian High Commission; and the Dry Zone Urban Water and Sanitation Project which helps to increase access to safe drinking water and improve water supply and sanitation services in four districts of north and northwest Sri Lanka.
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 Sri Lanka.
We're redefining exceptional
Through our specialist expertise, we’re challenging boundaries to deliver advanced transport and energy infrastructure solutions.
Leveraging our 70-year history of delivering nation-building infrastructure, we provide technical expertise and advanced engineering services to resolve complex challenges within roads, highways, rail, metro, airports, hydropower and renewable energy markets.
Through our network of global specialists and by collaborating with local partners, we connect you with the best teams and capabilities to deliver highly innovative and sustainable solutions.
We draw on the skills and experience from across the Surbana Jurong Group to offer enhanced capabilities and reach, delivering a complete value chain of services across Urban Development, Infrastructure and Management Services.