SMEC will prepare 18 urban infrastructure pre-feasibility studies (covering urban water and wastewater management, urban solid waste management and urban public transport) across Indonesia’s provinces of West Java, Central Java, East Java, Bali, Special Region of Yogyakarta and East Nusa Tenggara. This initiative is expected to help address the lack of an urban transportation system, increase access to safe drinking water, and restore the environment by promoting the community’s active participation in sanitation development through more effective environmental pollution management practices.
SMEC completed the detailed design and has been re-engaged as one of the consultants for the construction supervision of the NSCR Phase 1, a 38 km-long railway line that will supplement the existing transport system and drastically cut travel time from Malolos in Bulacan to Tutuban in Manila. SMEC was also involved in the detailed design of the 52 km-long NSCR Phase 2, which will run from Malolos to the Clark Freeport and Special Economic Zone in Central Luzon and the detailed design of the 50 km-long Manila-Clark Railway Project.
Solomon Islands – Urban Water Supply and Sanitation:
SMEC’s water group is providing feasibility studies, surveys and investigations, asset management, design, and procurement support services for the Solomon Islands Water Authority. Fulfilment of these activities will provide efficient, secure, and safe urban water supply and sanitation services.