Surbana Jurong acquires SMEC to be one of Asia’s largest consultancy powerhouses in urban and infrastructure developments.
Singapore-based Surbana Jurong Private Limited (Surbana Jurong), one of Asia’s leading consultancies in urban developments, and SMEC, are joining forces to establish a formidable global consultancy group with deep combined expertise in urban and infrastructure sectors.
Surbana Jurong’s 100% acquisition of SMEC will significantly transform both companies. With Surbana Jurong and SMEC bringing complementary strengths to the table, the combined entity will have a global workforce of 9,800 employees in over 95 offices across 40 countries in Asia, Australia, the Middle East, Africa and the Americas, and be one of the largest urban and infrastructure consulting firms in Asia.
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