SMEC Papua New Guinea
SMEC has operated in Papua New Guinea (PNG) since 1976, and established a permanent office in Port Moresby in 1996.
SMEC’s first project in Papua New Guinea was the Highlands Highway Project, which helped to develop the capabilities of the Department of Transport, Works and Supply.
Since then, SMEC has undertaken a number of key projects throughout Papua New Guinea, including: the Port Moresby Power Grid Development; Lihir Gold Mine geothermal power project; Four Bridges in Oro Province; and the National Roads and Bridges Project.
SMEC is currently acting as Implementing Service Provider on the Transport Sector Support Program (TSSP) Phase II. The objective of Phase II is to strengthen and improve support to the transport sector, in order to a increase progress towards road sector targets.
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 Papua New Guinea.
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.