SMEC has integrated the services of Brisbane City Enterprises into SMEC Local Government.
SMEC has integrated the services of subsidiary Brisbane City Enterprises (BCE) into SMEC Local Government. SMEC will continue to offer its clients the local government expertise and will support this through the project experiences of BCE.
Over the last 20 years, BCE has provided expertise in municipal services and local government administration, delivering over 170 projects in 30 countries.
Combining BCE’s history with SMEC’s global footprint and reputation for delivering technical excellence, BCE will continue to offer best practice consulting services as part of the SMEC Group.
For more information about SMEC and BCE, please read our media release here.
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