Company History

From its humble beginning in the year 2005 with only 02 employees, the ‘SAW Engineering’ has come a long way and today covers all 9 provinces of Sri Lanka with its Lightning Protection System, Telecommunication support and other related services.

The growing demands for telecom support services motivated the company to strive hard towards an accelerated development programme with a firm determination. The result have been remarkable and within a very short span of time, the company was able to gain much needed public recognition culminating in providing total solution for lightning protection system even at the President’s House & Temple Trees while the Nation was still at war.

In a landmark turn of event, ‘SAW Engineering’ was incorporated into a limited liability business entity, ‘SAW Engineering (Pvt) Ltd’ on 10th August 2006. Then within the next 4 years, the Company moved into its self – designed, new state – of the – art premises on 2nd March 2010 is a great leap forward. This become a symbol of sound management practices, professionalism & dedication of the entire staff comprising of 15 Engineers and also of the in valuable trust placed by both local and foreign clients. Further the awarding of ISO 9001 – 2008 standards and EM – 01 accreditation by the ICTAD in 2012 become a testimony for outstanding engineering solutions driven by commitment to quality and safety focus.

This energetic journey progressed through several phases such as confining to local purchase initially and then moving into direct and indirect hi-tech importations, playing the role of a supplier, handling tenders in the public & private sector, entering into the field of research while introducing latest technologies and cost effective methods, out sourcing contracts, carrying out civil construction related to telecom service and a host of other additional money saving new initiatives. All these new steps taken from time to time enhanced the standing of the company in the business world and have been recognized by the national leadership, both public and private sector corporate entities and intellectual bodies such as universities and the Institution of Engineers, Sri Lanka.