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SP International’s orders in GCC exceed appx. $3.0 billion

August 15, 2021



RIYADH — The Shapoorji Pallonji Group, a 156-year-old giant business conglomerate with interests in construction, real estate, oil & gas, infrastructure, water engineering, shipping, and biotechnology, has increased its presence in the Gulf region, including the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Shapoorji Pallonji International (SP International), Shapoorji Pallonji Mideast), and Shapoorji Pallonji Company Private Limited (SPCPL) have cumulative project orders of approx. $3.0 billion in GCC countries alone. SPCPL’s total order backlog globally stands at $17 billion as of July 2021.

SP International is proud to be participation in major Saudi projects, currently under execution throughout the Kingdom such as King Abdullah Financial District (9 towers), SABIC’s Global Headquarters and Mosque in Jubail, Large Satellite Township for the Ministry of Interior at Salwa in Eastern Province, Al-Obeikan Towers-Hilton Five Star Hotel Project in Riyadh and Mayasem Project-Infrastructure Development in Jeddah, Reservoirs for Neom and Housing & Infrastructure Project for Roshn.

SP International has successfully built landmark structures in various segments and has established itself as one of the leading and successful contractors in the industry by upholding stakeholder’s interests. SP International is proud to be an integral part of the Kingdom’s development by completing landmark projects in the commercial and hospitality sector.

SPML has completed several prestigious projects in Saudi Arabia. Some of them include the Headquarter Building Complex of Saudi Electricity Company, 80-meter tall Al-Khorayef Center in Al-Khobar, Marriott Hotel in Riyadh, Edafah Executive Tower in Riyadh, Al Reziza Tower in Al-Khobar, AKH Tower in Al-Khobar, and Commanders College in Riyadh.

Developing megastructures and iconic landmarks, the SPCPL’s dedicated workforce of over 70,000 people in over 70 countries focuses on sustainable development. As the first Indian construction company to venture into the Middle East, having been contracted to build the Royal Palace for the Sultan of Oman in 1971, Shapoorji Pallonji today has a presence in over 45 countries globally, including 20 countries across the Middle East and Africa.

Shapoorji Pallonji International (SPINT), the international construction arm of Shapoorji Pallonji and Company Private Limited (SPCPL), is a flagship business of Shapoorji Pallonji Group, which is a privately held, respected business house having a rich legacy and heritage of over 156 years. With integrity, innovation, and sustainability at the core of its values, SPINT continues to support the region’s infrastructure development while also participating in numerous high-profile projects in several countries, including the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, Sierra Leone, Ghana, Nigeria, Sri Lanka, Algeria, Gambia, Cote D’lvoir, Togo, London, Ireland & UK, Malta, Kenya etc. — SG


August 15, 2021
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