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S&T Interiors Sri Lanka on schedule to debut first overseas project at Marriott Maldives

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Sri Lanka’s most exclusive turnkey contracting and interior fit-out company, S&T Interiors Sri Lanka is rapidly nearing completion on its milestone project for the Marriott Maldives Resort and Spa.

The project marks S&T Interiors Sri Lanka’s first first-ever international project and follows on several high-end domestic projects – from the Mövenpick City Hotel in Colombo to the ongoing refurbishment of public areas at the World Trade Centre – that are leaving an indelible mark of creative, cultured interior finishes that blend international expertise with local craftsmanship. 

“Our mission at S&T Interiors Sri Lanka is to drive a new approach to interior fit-out that emphasises quality and craftsmanship blended seamlessly with international best practices that will ultimately establish higher forms of architecture and design both in Sri Lanka and regionally. 

“The completion of our first international project in Maldives is therefore a bold step forward for S&T Interiors Sri Lanka and we look forward to taking on new overseas opportunities as our reputation continues to grow in the region,” S&T Interiors and Contracting International Operations Executive Director K.S. Ravikumar stated. 

A joint venture between S&T Interiors and Contracting and Hayleys Group, S&T Interiors Sri Lanka stands as a game changing front runner in interior fit-out contracting services that is rapidly raising the bar in terms of quality, and attention to detail on a commercial scale. 

The company also forayed into the office fit-out segment in the region with Hirdramani Group’s Head Office and The Executive Centre (TEC) Lanka Ltd. in addition to other projects like the ITC Experience Center, Colombo, the TATA Sales Gallery, Colombo. 

“The Marriot Maldives project is a vital milestone for our business and of course a personal point of pride for each of us at S&T Interiors Sri Lanka. Moving forward we have several other notable projects in the pipeline domestically, and we are in the process of exploring new international opportunities as well. 

“Leveraging the strength and unparalleled expertise of S&T globally, we are confident of becoming the first choice for the numerous high-end developments emerging across Sri Lanka and the South Asian region,” S&T Interiors Sri Lanka Head of Business Development Chinthaka Jayathilaka explained.

According to Jayathilaka, training technology and a systems based approach to each project are among the key differentiators for S&T Interiors. The company leverages sophisticated 3D modelling technology from the project conceptualisation stage in order to generate designs to within unprecedented degree of precision, facilitating greater practical experimentation that ultimately leads to innovative designs as evidenced by the unique aesthetics of properties like Mövenpick City Hotel, Colombo. 

Internationally, S&T Interiors and Contracting has executed over 150 landmark projects in the luxury hospitality sector and high-end residential and commercial projects including Anantara Al Jabal Al Akhdar, Oman; Anantara Qasr Al Sarab Desert Resort, Abu Dhabi; Dubai International Airport Project Concourse 3A; Langham Hotel, London; Movenpick Hotel, Colombo; J W Marriott, Bangalore. The company owns a 25,000 sq.m. factory which is one of the largest joinery production facilities in Muscat, Oman. The factory is equipped with technically advanced production facilities including sophisticated machinery like CNC machines and a wide range of ancillary equipment.

S&T Interiors and Contracting is part of S&T Investment Holding, a leading multinational and multiproduct conglomerate with operations in 15 countries. Over the last four decades, S&T Group has diversified into several businesses over and above its core activities of construction, interiors and contracting into real estate, oil and gas, mining, information technology, healthcare, trading, energy, FMCG and procurement for the hospitality industry along with other non-operating investments.

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