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Getting Onboard: A case for Transit Precincts in Perth, Australia
Transit Oriented Developments (TODs) promote the creation of sustainable communities by establishing residential, commercial and leisure space within walking distance of public transport. TODs are an important part of the urban fabric of a city.
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Case study: Malaysia’s sustainable energy future
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Water Infrastructure Assessment and Maintenance Plan, Mangaung, South Africa
Deploying Artificial Intelligence for underground asset condition assessments
With 2,615 km of sewer pipes, 3,906 km of water pipes and 885 km of stormwater infrastructure, Mangaung Metropolitan Municipality appointed SMEC South Africa to develop operational and maintenance plans for its ageing water and sanitation infrastructure. As part of the Asset Investigation, SMEC devised a Computer Vision Model to speed up analysis of underground CCTV footage.
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Correlating LWD Modulus and CBR for optimal compaction in pavement layers
Correlating LWD Modulus and CBR for optimal compaction in pavement layers
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SMEC at the World Hydropower Congress: Shaping a sustainable hydropower future
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Designing Tomorrow’s Infrastructure Today: Circular Economy and BIM Collaboration
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Grouting steep inclined tendons: Lessons from the Msikaba Bridge
The Msikaba Bridge is a 580-meter single-span cable-stayed bridge on the new N2 ‘Wildcoast road’ in South Africa. The bridge is being constructed to provide a vital link between the provinces of KwaZulu-Natal and Eastern Cape.
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SMEC’s reflections from the ADB Business Opportunities Fair in Manila
SMEC’s reflections from the ADB Business Opportunities Fair in Manila
SMEC recently participated in the ADB Business Opportunities Fair (BOF) in Manila, marking a significant return to in-person engagements after the challenges posed by the pandemic in 2020-2022.
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Global Hydropower Day
Hydropower is a cornerstone of sustainable energy solutions. It promotes environmental responsibility, economic stability, and energy reliability as the world continues to shift towards a sustainable and environmentally responsible future.
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Implication of Constructing the New Umhlatuzana River Bridge Deck Monolithically with the Existing Deck
Implication of Constructing the New Umhlatuzana River Bridge Deck Monolithically with the Existing Deck
The paper investigates joining the existing prestressed Umhlatuzana River bridge deck to a new deck monolithically. The new deck will shorten at a higher rate when compared to the existing deck.
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