Covering the reporting period of 1 January to 31 December 2019, the latest edition of the SMEC Foundation Review looks at some of the projects that have been brought to life through these partnerships. From building wash and hygiene facilities for schoolgirls in Papua New Guinea, to developing wells in India, to improving urban infrastructure in Bangladesh – these initiatives are the result of strong collaboration with our valued partners.
Download the full 2019 SMEC Foundation Review here.
A big thank you to all our partners, supporters and colleagues who played a part in bringing these programs to life.
SMEC recently celebrated the official opening of the Mwami/Mchinji One Stop Border Post (OSBP), a vital part of the Nacala transport corridor servicing the Southern African Development Community (SADC).
SMEC, along with Surbana Jurong, has been engaged to carry out a masterplan study for the Lake Volta region. The project will deliver an integrated, long-term Regional Development Plan, exploring the economic potential of Lake Volta and surrounding areas while protecting its natural environment.
Located in the north-eastern part of the metropolis, the 2,659 ha La Mesa Watershed Reservation is a protected area that contains the last remaining rainforest of its size surrounding the La Mesa Dam and Reservoir, the primary source of potable drinking water for 12 million residents in Metro Manila. The area comprises a variety of ecosystems that is home to many indigenous and endemic species of flora and fauna.
SMEC Australia are pleased to announce that in association with our partner The APP Group, we have been appointed Independent Certifier for the Western Harbour Tunnel Package 2. This role builds on our extensive track record as a provider of Independent Certification services on major infrastructure projects and will facilitate improved transport connections and safety benefits for our community