Design students at University of Melbourne are researching ways to integrate data-based decision making into urban design and planning projects, thanks to a three-week full-time internship program launched in partnership with SMEC.
With SMEC’s focus on exploring ways to integrate Smart City philosophy and technology into our projects and practices, the program provides an opportunity for students to work collaboratively on an innovative joint research project based around City, Data and Design.
Students are investigating issues such as carpark and bicycle parking usage in Melbourne CBD, and exploring the broader fields that make up the complex system of a city such as transportation, environment, water, psychology, human interaction, Information Technology, ecology, and agriculture.
SMEC has consolidated its strong reputation in Rwanda’s water infrastructure sector, winning its fifth irrigation scheme development in the past seven years.Read More
SMEC Philippines is undertaking a feasibility study on the proposed power generation and distribution system in the municipality of San VicenteRead More
This month we joined our colleagues and partners around the world to celebrate International Women’s DayRead More
SMEC is proud to partner with Queensland Urban Utilities (QUU) and Fulton Hogan within a collaborative and collocated delivery team to provide brownfield treatment plant renewals and upgrades at QUU’s six major urban and coastal Sewage Treatment Plants (STPs), including Luggage Point STP, Sandgate STP, Gibson Island STP, Oxley STP, Wynnum STP and Fairfield STP.Read More