#43 Shapoorji Pallonji
As the oldest Indian construction company, Shapoorji Pallonji has a legacy stretching back 150 years over the course of which it has achieved many more firsts including: The first Indian construction company to enter the Middle East in the 1970s; The first Indian construction company to have earned the ISO 9001 Certification across all projects; and The first Indian company to construct two, 60 storey residential towers in the heart of Mumbai.
Today, with over 23,000 employees and a group turn-over of $2.5bn, Shapoorji Pallonji Group has evolved and grown exponentially to become a huge conglomerate with multiple business segments. Projects have included a royal palace for the Sultan of Oman, Development of King Abdullah Financial District in Riyadh, commercial mall and serviced apartments in Kenya, Seat of Government and Presidency Ghana, Delhi Public School India, National Assembly Project, The Gambia.
In Qatar the firm is heavily involved in preparations for the 2022 FIFA World Cup and Shapoorji Pallonji Qatar is currently executing four projects valued at around $324m. These are: South East Car Park (SECP) for Qatar Foundation, New Port Project, Le Boulevard for Commercial Bank of Qatar and New College of Pharmacy for Qatar University.
South East Car Park for Qatar Foundation
New Port Project, Qatar
Le Boulevard for Commercial Bank of Qatar
New College of Pharmacy for Qatar University