SMEC, as part of the Surbana Jurong Group, has achieved a significant increase to its rankings in the ENR Magazine’s 2017 annual design lists.
SMEC, as part of the Surbana Jurong Group, has achieved a significant increase to its rankings in the Engineering News Record (ENR) Magazine’s 2017 annual design lists.
The Group is now ranked at number 35 in the ‘2017 Top 225 International Design Firms’ list, up 13 places from the previous year. SMEC and Surbana Jurong also increased their position in the ‘2017 Top 150 Global Design Firms’ to number 45, a significant increase of 24 places from 2016.
We are delighted to be listed once again among the world’s top design firms and look forward to further strengthening our capabilities in the urban, industrial and infrastructure space.
Full media release here.
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