SP's first independent project was the construction of a pavement at Girgaum Chowpatty. The company gained its first ever profit from this 6-month contract.
Littlewood Pallonji was one of the companies that helped to build a large reservoir at the highest point of Malabar Hill to distribute water to the growing population of Mumbai.
SP won a remarkable bid to embark on one of its largest and most challenging project yet - the magnificent structure of Bombay Central Railway station. In association with the architect, Claude Batley and the Ferro Concrete Construction Company, which laid the foundation for the construction, the project was completed within 21 months. The total cost of the project was INR 15.6 million.
The company was especially selected by A.C.C to construct and create their headquarters. This structure is a shining example of the functional and skilled workmanship that became the signature creation style for SP.
Built and designed to accommodate 30,000 people, SP created the opulent Brabourne Stadium, a project initiated by The Cricket Club of India (CCI). The creation included a pavilion, clubhouse and a swimming pool.
Another landmark project was the Dhanraj Mahal, commissioned by Raja Dhanrajgirji Narsingirji - a Nawab of the former princely state of Hyderabad. It was built in the Art-Deco style of the 1930s and is now listed as a heritage building.
Created by renowned architect J.A Ritchie, the magnificent structure of the Reserve Bank of India was the first bank building to be constructed by SP. It saw the incredible Malad stone and cast iron used in its creation.
Constructed in 1950 and designed by English architect Claude Batley, this hospital is till date one the leading tertiary health care centres in India.
This extraordinary edifice adds a certain elegance and panache to the famous Flora Fountain circle in its unique Art-deco style of construction.
The architectural firm, Gregson, Batley and King, designed this building at Flora Fountain with the trademark SP styling of magnificence and dignity.
SP was selected to create Shri Shanmukhananda Fine Arts & Sangeetha Sabha, Asia’s largest auditorium, at Matunga. It has housed some of the finest art performances of the century and can accommodate over 3000 people.
Okha is an all-weather port with direct berthing facilities at the mouth of the Gulf of Kutch on the west coast of India. SP created the Dry Cargo Berth for it in its signature flair.
The iconic Taj Mahal Hotel was built by the eminent Indian industrialist Jamshetji Tata in 1903. To cope with the increasing demand, a new tower was built by SP in 1970 which is completely in sync with the commanding structure, yet it is distinct in its own architectural way.
The tallest building in South Asia until 1980, this impressive 5-star hotel is a majestic 35-storey building located at Nariman Point, Mumbai - India's premier CBD.
The palace was built for the ruler of the Sultanate of Oman in Muscat and was the first key global project of the group.
One of the earliest infrastructure projects implemented overseas by SP, the desalination plant at Oman has a 472m long intake jetty.
As a construction firm trusted by the world's finest banking institutions, SP created and designed the new headquarters of the State Bank of India in Mumbai.
The TIFR building is a shining example of the fine craftsmanship and dexterity of SP.
The architectural marvel, Sharavathi Bridge, near Honnavar in Karnataka was designed and created by SP.
This Volvo factory in Bangalore is SP’s crucial green field project for the automotive titan.
This 1319 metre long mammoth edifice connects Panaji, the capital of Goa, to Vasco da Gama and Mormugao.
SP’s capping triumph is the Coca-Cola factory at Bhopal. The construction was completed in a record breaking 7 months - an unrivalled feat by any other Coca-Cola plant across the world.
Winner of the ‘Most Outstanding Building - Commercial Buildings’ by the Indian Chapter of the American Concrete Institute, the architecture of I-Flex Park is SP’s crowning glory. It was the first Indian building to be constructed with cable-stayed concrete slabs.
The Standby Jetty at Dahej LNG Terminal, designed to moor and offload LNG carriers, is produced by SP.
International Tech Park, a soaring testament to India's IT success story, is a business infrastructure landmark that’s built by SP.
This factory is LG’s largest manufacturing plant outside of China. Currently, this facility has the capacity of producing 100,000 units per year.
The interiors of the EMMAR Convention Centre have be conceptualised and designed by SP. This 300,000 square feet convention facility at Hyderabad is the first-of-its-kind in South Asia.
Contrived and designed by John Portman, The Taj Wellington Mews Luxury Residences illustrate the architectural pedigree and class that the SP Group offers.
Constructed independently by an Indian company, the Barakhamba Road Metro Station is unique in its architectural style and stature. This station represents yet another gigantic leap for SP Group.
The towers in UB City – Bangalore, are conceptualised as individual elements but are identified to be an innovative and futuristic city as a whole. With the total built-up area spanning across 1,600,000 square feet, SP left no stone unturned in creating this architectural wonder.
The host venue for the 2007 Cricket World Cup, the Providence Cricket Stadium is one of SP’s greatest exaltations. This stadium was built specifically to host the ‘super-eight’ matches held in March and April 2007.
The buildings for administration, building consumables, maintenance, logistics along with logistic fan room and finished car parking areas were constructed by SP for this mammoth BMW plant.
SP was the brain behind this architectural marvel situated at the gateway to the capital city. Bab-AL-Bahr, a beach-front five-star hotel in Abu Dhabi, is a design masterpiece along a 1-km stretch.
The Seat of Government and Presidential Complex in Accra, Ghana, is considered as one of SP’s most prominent and innovative projects. The official residence of the nation’s premier was contracted at about US $75 million and was accomplished in a speedy time frame of 27 months.
Named amongst the 'Best Apartments India' by CNBC, Jaypee Greens Sun Court encompasses 3 distinctively designed towers. This opulent residential project overlooking landscaped gardens and lakes is in the heart of India’s capital region.
Park Tower, Dubai, is the perfect address that integrates business, leisure, residential space and ultra-luxury with classical grandeur.
Vallarpadam Rail Bridge, India’s longest rail bridge, was completed in a record time of 27 months. This rail bridge has won multiple awards since its inception.
Indira Gandhi International Airport at Delhi is South Asia's largest aviation hub and an architectural phenomenon. SP was associated with the implementation of the HVAC work for MIAL having a total load of 1200 TR.
SP was responsible for the construction of new Maydan Road (D69) connecting existing Interchange at Al-Ain road and Existing Muscat Road over a length of 4.6 km (approx.) with 5 to 9 lanes.
Towering the skyline of Mumbai, SP conceptualised and built ‘The Imperial’ along with Mumbai’s prestigious architect Hafeez Contractor. The project boasts of India’s tallest residential towers and one of the most impressive addresses to reside in Mumbai.
Designed by world-renowned architect Hermann Tike, the 5.14 kilometre-long motor racing circuit is one of the fastest and most exciting circuits across the globe. Buddh International Circuit, Noida, hosted the annual Formula One Indian Grand Prix on 30th October 2011.
The construction of India’s largest solar power plant was accomplished in a record-time of 115 days by SP group, as of April 2013, under the REC scheme.
In true SP style, the first Floating, Production, Storage and Offloading Vessel (FPSO) – ARMADA STERLING, in India, for D1 field of ONGC was executed in a record-time of 16 months. Armada Sterling was installed and became operational in May 2013 and has been producing 30,000 barrels of oil per day for the last 600 days (24X7) without a single day of downtime.
The arch-shaped steel structure is currently being constructed over the Chenab River between Bakkal and Kauri, in the Reasi district of Jammu and Kashmir. When completed, the bridge will be 1,315 metres long, with a 480 metre-long trussed arch span. It stands 359 metres above the river Chenab and has a 650 m long viaduct on the Kauri side. It is in the development stage.
Shapoorji Pallonji Real Estate is a name to reckon with in the real estate sector. It constitutes a significant segment of the Shapoorji Pallonji Group – an enormous multi-business conglomerate. The group has a 150-year legacy that bridges the earliest celebrated structures of India and the modern marvels.
Under the exceptional leadership of the core team, Shapoorji Pallonji Real Estate is all set to innovate and adapt to the ever-evolving market. The company endeavours to create architectural icons that compliment and elevate their brand reputation.