It is our pleasure to announce that Mr. Provat Ghosh has joined COMACOE as President and head of EPC & Marine Construction business. As President, he will be responsible for all EPC and Marine construction projects that COMACOE undertakes. Being an area of strategic focus and exponential growth, he will work closely with COMACOE MD and CEO to lead the company into next level growth.
COMACOE continues to grow from strength to strength and has reconfirmed its commitment to the Marine EPC & Construction business by bringing onboard such an experienced and senior industry expert.
Mr. Ghosh is an industry veteran and has over 28 years of hands-on experience in construction of offshore/marine structures including design and construction of ports and harbours, deep sea dolphin structures, heavy foundations for 240 meter high marine transmission towers and riverine rail/road bridges. He has executed over 40 such projects of various sizes in India and overseas, catering to multiple domains such as Ports, Infrastructure and Power Utilities. In his past engagements, he has led the Marine Projects division of Simplex Infrastructures Limited for over 18 years, till October 2018. Prior to this, he has served Cemindia Company Limited / Trafalgar House Cementation Limited / Kvaerner Cementation Limited (currently known as ITD Cementation Limited) for about 10 years in their Marine SBU, after graduating as a Civil Engineer from the 160+ year old Bengal Engineering College, Shibpur, Howrah (now known as the country’s first IIEST).
He is a regular speaker at seminars organized by reputed Institutes/Societies in India and overseas in the field of Offshore/Marine Construction and has also published multiple papers in various Engineering Magazines. He is also Guest Faculty at the prestigious IIM Kolkata (Joka), delivering lectures on Project Management. Owing to his experience of having been associated with so many Offshore Structures in various capacities, Mr. Ghosh has been nominated as an active member of the Working Group for undertaking the third revision of Bureau of Indian Standards’ IS 4651:1989 Code of Practice for Planning & Design of Ports & Harbours.