Kostas Rontiris, CEO of SMEC Africa was recently featured in Civil Engineering Contractor magazine discussing the important role of infrastructure and innovation in bolstering the South African economy.
Kostas brings attention to ageing infrastructure, coupled with rapid urbanisation of younger generations opting to live in cities, as the biggest challenges facing infrastructure in South Africa. Additionally, he discusses the importance of promotion of youth into the engineering sector to support the sector.
Senior executive Karen Atkinson was recently joined by fellow female engineers Frenchsie Kumoropotri and Della Permata in a webinar panel discussion on women in engineering, hosted by the Jakarta branch of the UK-based Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE), the oldest civil engineer association in the world.Read More
SMEC has been engaged by Rwanda Water Resources Board to undertake feasibility studies and detailed design for Masaka flood control.Read More
Transport for New South Wales (TfNSW) has appointed SMEC to develop the concept design for the Blayney to Demondrille rail section of the historic Cowra Lines.Read More
Residents in Kelmscott in Perth’s south east are the first to see the benefits of the METRONET Level Crossing Removal Program which has now decommissioned the boom gates on Denny Avenue and completed construction of the new rail-over-road underpass at Davis Road.Read More