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Zero Emission Buses – Depot Definition Design
SMEC and Mott McDonald as part of the FutureRail Joint Venture are assisting Transport for NSW (TfNSW) with transitioning the NSW bus fleet to zero emissions by 2030.
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Delivering Ghana’s first hybrid solar-hydro plant
SMEC was engaged by Sienna Services Limited as engineering partner to support Bui Power Authority’s mission to develop renewable energy in Ghana through the Hydro Solar Hybridization Framework.
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North South Commuter Railway Phase 2
North South Commuter Railway Phase 2, Detailed Design
The North-South Commuter Railway (NSCR) will deliver a world-class passenger rail service, decongesting traffic in Metro Manila by providing an alternate and sustainable means of transportation.
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eThekwini Municipality Phase 3
Water and Sanitation Services in eThekwini Municipality (Phase 3)
eThekwini Municipality, the largest city in KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) Province, is home to over 3.5-million people and approximately 200,000 informal households, some of which fall within the poorest communities in South Africa. Many of the informal settlements within eThekwini have little or no access to piped potable water and ablution facilities, and as a result, experience adverse health conditions.
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Sydney Gateway
Sydney Gateway
A high-capacity network, vital to supporting the growth of our communities, places and economy. Sydney Gateway will transform how Australia’s biggest city moves, ensuring people and goods can transit around our city and beyond, safely, and reliably.
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SMEC connects communities through country’s first six-lane bridge, Bangladesh
The new Bridge spanning the Madhumati river forms part of the wider Cross-Border Road Network Improvement Project. Spanning 690 meters the new road link reduces travel times for over ten regions and shortens the Benapole-Jessore-Dhaka route by 130 kilometers.
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Provincial Road Improvement program / Program Hibah Jalan Daerah, Indonesia
Program Hibah Jalan Daerah, Indonesia
SMEC was contracted under the Australian Government-funded Indonesia Australia Partnership for Infrastructure (KIAT) to support the first phase of the Government of Indonesia’s (GOI’s) Program Hibah Jalan Daerah (PHJD), an innovative GOI-funded sub-national road maintenance program covering priority tourism areas in 4 provinces and 6 districts in Indonesia.
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School Kitchen Storeroom Project
The School Kitchen Storeroom Project, made possible through the generous support of the SMEC Foundation and Busbridge Family, has brought about significant improvements in multiple areas. Four large storerooms were constructed adjacent to existing kitchens, addressing the critical lack of storage space, and providing a dedicated area for cooking utensils and non-perishable foods. This enhancement has not only improved functionality but also positively impacted the hygiene and food handling practices within the schools.
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Improving access to resilient water supply for the Wom community and public beach, Papua New Guinea
In Wom, over 90 households and all visitors to the public beach now have safe, resilient drinking water. Supported by Busbridge Family, the SMEC Foundation helped improve access to WASH services through a pilot community in Wom village and public beach. This development created a blueprint that other districts in Papua New Guinea can utilise to improve WASH services and management.
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Trimmu Barrage Rehabilitation, Pakistan
Trimmu Barrage Rehabilitation
Trimmu Barrage is a major irrigation structure located on the River Chenab in the Punjab province of Pakistan. The main function of the Trimmu Barrage is to regulate the flow of water and to divert water for irrigation purposes.
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