SMEC Southeast Asia celebrates milestone anniversaries
Dinner and cocktails were in order as our teams in Southeast Asia celebrated SMEC’s 70th anniversary alongside 45 years of SMEC’s presence in the Philippines.
Dinner and cocktails were in order as our teams in Southeast Asia celebrated SMEC’s 70th anniversary alongside 45 years of SMEC’s presence in the Philippines. It was a wonderful opportunity to thank all our clients and partners for their partnership with SMEC on nation-building infrastructure projects over the past several decades, as we welcomed representatives from the Australian Embassy, international financiers, private consortiums and government infrastructure authorities.
This year marks 70 years since our origins in 1949, when construction began on the iconic Snowy Mountains Hydroelectric Scheme, one of the seven engineering wonders of the modern world. We continue to make a difference in through our work on major infrastructure projects, made possible through our valued partners and dedicated teams.
Click here to read more about SMEC's 70 Years of Impact.
led the toasts and celebrations.
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