SMEC has operated in Malawi since 1980, and established a permanent office in Lilongwe in 2010.
SMEC’s first project in Malawi was the Mpira Water Storage Dam. This project involved a feasibility study for a proposed rural water scheme to provide piped water to benefit approximately 150,000 people.
More recently, SMEC’s experience in Malawi has included the design and construction supervision services for the World Bank funded Infrastructure Services Project (Electricity Component); preparation of Independent Environmental Impact Assessment for the Upgraded Kamuzu Barrage at Liwonde; and feasibility studies and preliminary design for the Multi-Purpose Surface Raw Water Sources Development for Central and Southern Region Water Boards on behalf of the Ministry of Irrigation and Water Development.
SMEC aligns local knowledge with global expertise to address the needs of its diverse client base, and has delivered thousands of projects in more than 100 countries, including Malawi.
We draw on the skills and experience from across the Surbana Jurong Group to offer enhanced capabilities and reach, delivering a complete value chain of services across Urban Development, Infrastructure and Management Services.