Sterling And Wilson Pvt Ltd

  • Mumbai, Maharashtra
Job Posted : Jul 7th, 2021

Job Description

  • Preferred from EPC company with multidisciplinary project with Project experience
  • Should have work as Site In-charge for multidiscipline like civil, mechanical, electrical, instrumentation. Should be conversant with fire fighting job of commercial building.
  • Should have high leadership skill, resourceful and should be capable of handling site challenges independently.
  • Should have worked in process driven company with strict timelines, quality.
  • Able to Monitor/Track commitments of team members to head projects push project to make things happen from intracompany, client, consultant etc. with good monitoring skills
  • Good Communication skills verbal and Written. Humble personality.
  • Complete Monitoring of all projects of division complete project for timelines, cost, quality, safety, own staff etc. and timely highlighting to concerns.
  • Should have knowledge of process flows of project industry.
  • Should support in making MIS reports, tracking reports, statistical analysis etc
  • Knowledge of electrical system, piping modification work, medium velocity fire water system for process industry is required.


  • BE Electrical/Mech.


  • Min 6 to 7 Years.


  • C

Age Limit:-

  • 30-40 Years.

Company Overview:-

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.

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.