Godrej & Boyce, the flagship company of the Godrej Group, announced that its business Godrej Electricals & Electronics has successfully completed the MEP works for the new Mazgaon Court Tower in Mumbai. The building will house 21 magistrate courts and 21 sessions courts, with three magistrate courts from Ballard Estate being shifted to the new premises. The successful execution of this project by Godrej & Boyce in partnership with PWD showcases how public-private partnerships can be leveraged to achieve common goals in India’s infrastructure development.
The New Mazgaon Court building is the first multi-storeyed high-rise judicial structure in Mumbai that boasts 17 floors, 46 court halls and advanced amenities including fire alarms, CCTV, and centralized air conditioning. Godrej MEP’s seamless execution of MEP works, comprising Mechanical, HVAC, Electrical, Plumbing, Firefighting along with CCTV and Fire Alarm Systems within the scheduled timelines, underscores the company’s unwavering dedication to executing complex infrastructure projects with precision and efficiency.
Commenting on the project, Pravin Rawool, AVP & Business Head of Godrej Electricals & Electronics’ MEP business, said, “We are proud to deliver world-class MEP services to the development of the New Mazgaon Court building for ensuring the smooth functioning of the court proceedings. We prioritize on-time execution of projects through meticulous planning, effective resource management, and agile adaptation to any unforeseen challenges. Our aim is to continue to contribute to the growth and development of India’s infrastructure sector, with unique sustainable and engineering solutions. As a conglomerate with 14 diverse businesses, we have the advantage of executing Integrated Projects that encompass turnkey solutions from businesses across Godrej & Boyce.”
Godrej MEP’s impressive track record of timely project deliveries sets the stage for a promising future, with the business targeting a robust 15% YoY growth in FY24.