Our highest priorities are the safety and wellbeing of our employees, clients and communities. As such, we are providing the below update about our response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus).
In all our global locations, we are focused on complying with local government directions and ensuring our employees are as safe as possible.
SMEC is a global firm, and our Business Continuity Plans have already been activated to ensure that we can minimise business disruption as far as possible.
We are conducting ongoing and real time reviews to determine if additional measures are needed and are communicating with our employees and clients on a regular basis.
We are fortunate that we have already had remote working arrangements and technology in place to support global connection and communication for some time now. This means we are well equipped to deal with remote management of projects and continue to support our clients and partners.
Supporting our people
In response to COVID-19 we have implemented the following actions:
This is a challenging time as we respond to COVID-19 and the uncertainty surrounding it.
We are committed to working closely together with a shared focus on the health and safety of our employees, partners and communities around the world.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
Specialists from SMEC’s Water Resources team will deliver technical presentations at the 2023 Floodplain Management Australia National Conference in Sydney. The annual event has been hosted by the FMA for over 50 years, and is the most esteemed flood risk management forum of its kind in Australia.
The SMEC RITES JV has been overseeing the management and implementation of the Haryana Orbital Rail Corridor (HORC) project since early 2022, with foundation stone laid in October 2022 by Union Home Minister Amit Shah.
SMEC has been engaged by DT Global, through the Australian Government-funded Economic and Social Infrastructure Program (ESIP), to undertake a feasibility study for the rehabilitation of the Pauanda Hydropower Project in Papua New Guinea.
SMEC’s bridge structures specialists are presenting technical papers at the 2023 Australian Small Bridges Conference, Australasia’s largest bridge exhibition, held on the Gold Coast, Australia. The Conference will feature a comprehensive exhibition, providing attendees the opportunity to view and discuss innovative products and services now available from bridge contractors, designers and suppliers.