The Client Choice Awards recognise the best professional service consultants in Australia and New Zealand, across an array of different award categories. This year, more than 250 firms entered from across Australia and New Zealand.
The winner of the Client Choice Awards is determined by our client’s ratings and feedback, meticulously and independently researched by beaton, the leading researcher in Voice of Your Clients services.
‘Our teams across the business are dedicated to delivering the best professional service experience and we are extremely humbled to be recognised by our clients as one of the top consultants in Australia and New Zealand,’ said James Phillis CEO SMEC Australia and New Zealand.
‘I want to congratulate everyone at SMEC for your incredible efforts and dedication in delivering exceptional solutions and services to our clients.’
Jonathan Powell, National Manager – Clients and Strategy said, ‘With the challenges brought about by the pandemic, we saw the expectation from our clients around communication and responsiveness increase and it’s something we’ve focused on as an organisation over the last couple of years to ensure we meet the needs of our clients and partners.’
This is the second time SMEC has been recognised in the Client Choice Awards, having won a number of categories in 2020.
This month SMEC mobilised a multi-disciplinary team to commence supervision of the rehabilitation and upgrading of buildings, runway and ancillary services of Shinyanga regional airport in northern Tanzania. The airport runway is predominantly gravel and grass measuring 2 km long and 30 m wide.
Together with the Shahid Afridi Foundation, we were motivated to enhance and improve the quality of life for the residence of Lora Miana, Mulagori. The newly built filtration plant will encourage the community to adopt healthy habits, provide safe drinking water, and protect the more vulnerable from the risks of water-related hazards.
SMEC has partnered with Oriental Consultants Global (OCG) to assist the Department of Transport, Communications & Infrastructure of the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM) in undertaking project prioritization, readiness, and pilot-testing to prepare for the Asian Development Bank (ADB)-financed Sustainable Road Infrastructure Investment Project (SRIIP).
SMEC has been engaged to supervise civil works for upgrading the Central Cross Island Road (CCIR) in Samoa. The CCIR is one of the main economic arteries on Upolu Island and one of several key roads damaged when Tropical Cyclone Evan struck the Pacific Island nation in 2012. The project is being carried out in association with local sub-consultant MMSM Ltd for the Land Transport Authority (LTA) of Samoa and is funded by the Asian Development Bank (ADB).