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Urban Sanitation in the Pacific
This paper will look at a number of external issues that impact on the implementation of urban sanitation schemes and provide some insights into overcoming barriers to implementation.
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Q&A with Zaglul Khandkar – The future of Sustainable Hydropower
Sustainable hydropower is a renewable source of energy which will play a crucial role in achieving global climate and development goals, we spoke to Zaglul Khandkar, SMEC industry specialist and one of twelve globally accredited Hydropower Sustainability Council (HSC) Assessors.
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Collaboration leads to connected, sustainable communities
The Logan Enhancement Project (LEP) isn’t only a multi-million-dollar, major highway upgrade. It is also an outstanding example of ingenuity and collaboration that overcame significant engineering challenges in a tight timeframe.
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Delivering safe, connected communities
Planning and designing a modern road is a complex task that requires innovative designers capable of improving connectivity at an individual and a city scale through effective and sustainable transport solutions.
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Sydney Metro Northwest: Operations, Trains & Systems
Having worked on the Sydney Metro North West project since 2013, the team were aware of the enormous challenges involved in delivering the final phase of Australia’s largest public transport project within the required timeframe and budget.
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Snowy 2.0 – The next generation of hydropower in Australia
Snowy 2.0 is the next generation of the iconic Snowy Mountains Hydroelectric Scheme, and construction of this major pumped-hydro project is well underway.
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Sustainability in design – Crows Nest Station
Sydney Metro is Australia’s biggest public transport project, which in 2024 will include 31 metro stations, revolutionising Sydney’s transport network. The project aims to enable the long-term growth of Sydney’s rail network, supporting improved travel times, reliability, and integration with other transport options including bus and cycling networks.
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Solving complexities on Australia’s deepest road tunnel
New motorway link for traffic returns neighbourhood streets to north-west Sydney communities.
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New Frenchman’s Creek Bridge delivered in 80-hour window
It is not only the multi-billion-dollar infrastructure projects which help transform Australia’s transport network – in this case, it is a modest bridge that is vital to a community’s future growth.
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Environmental and sustainability credentials key to unlocking more opportunities in SEA and Pacific
SMEC’s long presence in Southeast Asia and the Pacific Region is wide-ranging, having been involved in the delivery of many infrastructure projects in the hydropower, energy, water and wastewater, road, rail, and port sectors. Across all sectors, the push for sustainability has become fundamental.
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