Maga in Brief
Since its establishment in 1984, Maga has been an active participant in the construction industry in Sri Lanka. Over the course of the past 30 years, we have defined ourselves by continually re-investing our knowledge and capital. This has helped us evolve from working alongside several international contractors to executing some of the most prestigious building and infrastructure development projects in Sri Lanka. Receptive to the emerging national needs, we at Maga are committed to the reconstruction and rehabilitation projects currently underway across the country.
The company continued to play a leading role in the infrastructure development in Sri Lanka in 2013/14, executing work on 12 building projects with a total floor area of over 2,900,000 sqft; five (5) water supply schemes serving over 310,000
residents; road networks spanning over 643 km; several bridges, and a flyover. During last few years we have completed several landmark infrastructure projects, including the A-9 road, Jaffna Teaching Hospital, Kalladi Bridge, A-35 road, Northern Road Connectivity Project, Point Pedro Water Supply Project, Greater Kandy Water Supply Project, Hambantota Port Administrative Complex & Sethsiripaya Stage II.
Maga possesses the most experienced group of construction project managers of the country, consisting of over 70 senior project managers and over 300 graduate engineers in the fields of civil, mechanical, electrical, materials, mining and earth resources engineering; together with designers, planners, quantity surveyors , technicians, and over 8000 craftsmen.