Hospital Project 

Contractor Division

PT. SMI have a Mechanical and Electrical Department. It earned this solid reputation through a multitude of projects in various sectors, spanning from hotels, resorts and offices to residential, industrial, education, health, environmental, power, transport, institutional and retail sectors.

The Contracting Division covers design, procurement, installation, testing and commissioning in compliance with strict project requirements and deadlines for residential spaces as well as office buildings, production plants, commercial and public facilities; providing a one-stop solution to clients by simultaneously managing all their building systems needs whether electrical engineering, air conditioning, ventilation, plumbing, fire protection, communication and security systems.



  1. MV/LV substation and transformer
  2. Power plant installation (generators) and power distribution (electrical mainswitchboard, panels)
  3. LV distribution (bus duct, cable support and distribution and cabling works)
  4. UPS installation


  1. Water treatment plant installation and piping works
  2. Cold and hot water production and distribution
  3. Storm water drainage and pumping systems
  4. Soil and waste water treatment
  5. Equipment installation and water treatment for swimming pools
    Fire fighting systems
  6. LPG systems

MEP for Data Centre 

  1. Plan your data center assessments evaluate your current data center infrastruxture, identifying both quick fixes and long-term solutions for increased efficiency and availability.
  2. Build As you expand, consolidate, or build your data center, MEP offers project management, installation, and integration services to ensure quick and efficient implementation of your solution.
  3. Operate When it comes to operating and maintaining your data center, our maintenance services and offer of service packages are designed to keep your equipment running efficiently, maintain maximum availability, protect your investment, and control energy costs

Your Benefits

  • Network closets
  •  Small-medium data center 
  • Power and cooling 
  • systems Security and Environmental Monitoring 
  • Server rooms 
  • Large data center 
  • DCIM – Data Center Infrastructure Management 
  • InfraStruXure IT room architecture

MEP Data Centre

How Smarthome Works 

A smart home’s devices are connected with each other and can be accessed through one central point—a smartphone, tablet, laptop, or game console. Door locks, televisions, thermostats, home monitors, cameras, lights, and even appliances such as the refrigerator can be controlled through one home automation system. The system is installed on a mobile or other networked device, and the user can create time schedules for certain changes to take effect.

Smart home appliances come with self-learning skills so they can learn the homeowner’s schedules and make adjustments as needed. Smart homes enabled with lighting control allow homeowners to reduce electricity use and benefit from energy-related cost savings. Some home automation systems alert the homeowner if any motion is detected in the home when they're away, while others can call the authorities—police or the fire department—in case of imminent situations. Once connected, services such as a smart doorbell, smart security system, and smart appliances are all part of the internet of things (IoT) technology, a network of physical objects that can gather and share electronic information.

Security and efficiency are the main reasons behind the increase in smart home technology use.Smart homes can feature either wireless or hardwired systems—or both. Wireless systems are easier to install. Putting in a wireless home automation system with features such as smart lighting, climate control, and security can cost several thousand dollars, making it very cost-friendly. Hardwired systems, on the other hand, are considered more reliable and are typically more difficult to hack. A hardwired system can increase the resale value of a home. But there is a drawback—it's fairly expensive. Installing a luxury and hardwired smart system can cost homeowners tens of thousands of dollars.

The global home automation market was valued at about $24 billion in 2016. That figure is expected to grow as more people begin to adopt smart home technology to the tune of about $53.5 billion by 2022. Video entertainment is expected to be the largest component of smart home technology, followed by home security and monitoring services. Smart speaker technology has already successfully penetrated the U.S. market, where roughly 31% of households use a device like the Amazon Echo or Google Nest.