This project will help to improve the reliability and efficiency of the Bangladesh road network.
SMEC and Associated Consulting Engineers (ACE Consultants), a SMEC subsidiary, have been engaged as part of a Consortium (led by Oriental Consultants Global) to provide consulting services on the Western Bangladesh Bridge Improvement Project.
Developed by the Government of Bangladesh and funded by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), the objective of this project is to improve the reliability and efficiency of the Bangladesh road network. Project works will include the construction and rehabilitation of
50 concrete bridges, 10 steel bridges and one separate bridge.
The Consortium will provide: detailed design; construction supervision; implementation of the Environmental Management Plan and Resettlement Action Plan; environmental monitoring; and technology transfer.
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