Helping to improve the quality and quantity of engineers in Indonesia, PII plays a highly strategic role in national development. It is Indonesia’s second oldest professional organisation and most prestigious engineering body, with members comprising 23 engineering colleges and universities, and more than 15,000 professional engineers, including 1,000 registered with ASEAN Engineering, and 50 with Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC).
“My appointment as Executive Director will support the President and Secretary General in managing PII’s operations including membership, certification and networking events across Indonesia, Southeast Asia, and the Pacific,” said Habibie.
Habibie was appointed together with Danis Sumadilaga and Ilham Akbar Habibie, the institution’s President and Vice President respectively. Danis was formerly Director General at the Ministry Public Works and initiated the Metropolitan Sanitation Management Investment Project, where SMEC is lead firm of the Project Implementation Support Consultant. Ilham Akbar is the eldest son of late President Republic of Indonesia, Baharuddin Jusuf Habibie.
In a recent interview with Konstruksi Media, Habibie Razak, Regional Manager of Surbana Jurong (SJ) and SMEC in Indonesia, shared insights into the dynamic world of urban design and infrastructure development, shedding light on both SJ’s global footprint and his own remarkable career journey.
SMEC recently hosted the second edition of Ghana Gold, an annual golf day which brings together clients and partners from across West Africa.
SMEC Foundation has been supporting Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOSF) in Indonesia for seven years, supporting tree planting and forest restoration.