Godrej Electricals & Electronics contributes to India's Digitization growth with sustainable MEP projects

Godrej Electricals & Electronics contributes to India's Digitization growth with sustainable MEP projects
Godrej & Boyce, the flagship company of the Godrej Group, announced that its SBU Godrej Electricals & Electronics (E&E) aims to strengthen India’s infrastructure development vision through the execution of substantial Projects by its MEP line of business (Mechanical, Electrical and Public health engineering). They were recently awarded their largest data center project for MEP works in South India by a Multinational conglomerate.
With the Indian government declaring the whole ecosystem of 5G networks and the finance minister providing infrastructure status to the data center industry in the Union Budget, the rapid shift to a digital economy is intensifying. With urbanization and Digitization being a Mega trend driving India's economic growth, Godrej E&E’s line of Business, MEP has bagged key commercial, infrastructure, data center and e-commerce projects worth over INR 600 Cr being under execution. This is a testament to the business’ expertise in the area. The business looks forward to continuing to provide services to this rapidly expanding data centre segment, which is forecast to double up in the next 2-3 years.
The PM Gati Shakti plan has given a new direction to the development of infrastructure in India by encouraging public-private partnerships in modern infrastructure creation from planning to the development and utilisation stage. Godrej Electricals and Electronics has contributed to this vision of the government by collaborating on large-scale public infrastructure projects including the International Airport and Metro Rail Projects across the country.
Mechanical, Electrical, Firefighting & Plumbing (MEP) services form a significant element of any building and infrastructure making the concrete structure functional. MEP undertakes orders for projects across segments such as Data Centres, Commercial, Warehousing & Ecommerce, Airport & Metros, Industrial, Retail, Healthcare & Hospitality. With the market doubling up and increasing penetration, the sector is predicted to grow at a rate of 2X by FY24.
Source: Press Release