Shapoorji Pallonji has had the privilege to play a significant role in the growth of not only Mumbai and India, but also several parts of the globe. We pride the fact that our first overseas project was in OMAN, when, in 1971, we became the first Indian construction house to undertake contracts in the Middle East. Shapoorji Pallonji won a global tender to build the palace of HM Sultan Qaboos Bin Said Al Said- in Muscat.
Going forward Oman Shapoorji Company (OSCO) won a project in 1975- a nine-storey apartment blocks in Ruwi for HE Sheikh Mustahail Al Mashani. Since then OSCO went on constructing many landmark structures. OSCO has been at the forefront of Oman’s economic renaissance. Today, OSCO has four divisions’ Engineering & Construction, Integrated Facilities Management, MEPI and Infrastructure.
Over the years, OSCO’s diverse portfolio has included projects for government ministries, educational institutions, public and private housing complexes, hotels and resorts, monuments, mosques, shopping malls and many more. A significant portfolio of OSCO is facility management for Sultan’s Palace and its associated properties in Muscat, Barakah, and Salalah, including the Royal Opera House and Majlis Oman. Developing remote locations has been the hallmark of OSCO. In 1995, it won a contract to build an army post for the ministry of defense near the Yemen border which was executed to the total satisfaction of our clients.
Today the Shapoorji Pallonji Group stands tall by offering ‘Total Solutions’ in key areas of the economy such as construction and engineering, infrastructure, real estate, water, oil and gas and renewables, amongst several other businesses.
Shapoorji Pallonji has always worked on customer focused solutions based on sustainable business practices and technological leadership, leveraging its capabilities through synergized Group offerings.
At Shapoorji Pallonji we stand for all that is good for all the stake holder of its work. We will continue to contribute to Oman in its growth.