Construction has been a major economy driver in the Middle East since 1970’s and continues to be so, with economies like Dubai / UAE and Qatar building itself to be the trade and travel hubs, and with economies like KSA and Abu Dhabi/UAE building itself to be the cities/states with a futuristic infrastructure. MEP remains to be a big play using latest technologies in Cooling, Energy Management for comfort against the extreme weather and Green Compliance.
The African geography has been termed as a dark continent in the past, and is clearly the most under-developed geography in terms of basic infrastructure. In the recent years, certain geo’s have acquired new wealth in terms of Natural resources including Oil and Gas, Metals and Minerals and many African nations has initiated investments in basic infrastructure of Energy generation, transmission, distribution, and infrastructure including schools, transportation networks, water supply etc.
Sterling and Wilson over the past many years has been associated with multiple MEP projects in Middle East and Africa from its Indian base including the Presidential Seat in Accra Ghana, Convention Center and IT Park in Mauritius, International Cricket Stadium in Guyana, Constance Moofooshi Resort in Maldives, Sheraton Hotel in Guinea, Hilton Hotel in Sierra Leone, King Abdullah Financial District in Riyadh, Al Kasim University in Riyadh, Barwa Commercial Avenue in Qatar.
Continuing on this expansion initiative, we have set-up International offices at Dubai, Nigeria, Qatar, Riyadh, Philippines, South Africa (Cape Town), Thailand and Australia. Our projects are being executed in more than 40 countries across the world.