A business partnership born out of friendship and mutual respect in the 1920s between Shapoorji Mistry Sr. and Mehervan Daruvala, the latter’s company Wilson Electric Works served as an electrical contractor for
Shapoorji Pallonji Construction, working on some of India’s biggest commercial and residential projects.
As the relationship blossomed, Wilson Electric Works joined forces with Sterling Investments of the SP Group in the year 1973, to form the engineering behemoth that is
Sterling and Wilson.
And we’ve never looked back.
From being electrical contractors in the 80s to being the subcontinent’s largest MEP and EPC business today, Sterling and Wilson has come a long way.
It has grown in leaps and bounds, from a turnover of ₹2,245 Cr in 2012 to ₹11,061 Cr
SBI Institute of Management, Kolkata
Starting from delivering large-scale projects in the
middle-east in the 1970s, we quickly expanded our
presence across Asia and subsequently across the globe,
our projects spanning 8 different verticals.
All of this, without spending a dime on marketing.
Shapoorji Pallonji Head Office
The friendship between Meherwan Daruvala and Shapoorji Sr.
has now fostered a global engineering powerhouse, built on
a relationship spanning 3 familial generations.
With the support of the Shapoorji Pallonji Group, S&W
strives to carve its own identity as a leader in delivering
sustainable energy and infrastructure to the world.