Turn Key Projects

Execution of Electrical and Automation projects with consultancy, design, supply, erection, installation, testing and commissioning.

Turnkey refers to something that is ready for immediate use, generally used in the sale or supply of goods or services. Turnkey is often used to describe a home built on the developer’s land with the developer’s financing ready for the customer to move in. If a contractor builds a “Turnkey Home” they frame the structure and finish the interior. Everything is completed down to the cabinets and carpet. “Turnkey” is commonly used in the construction industry, for instance, in which it refers to the bundling of materials and labor by sub-contractors. ‘Turnkey’ is also commonly used in motorsports to describe a car being sold with drivetrain (engine, transmission, etc.) to contrast with a vehicle sold without one so that other components may be re-used.

Similarly, this term may be used to advertise the sale of an established business, including all the equipment necessary to run it, or by a business-to-business supplier providing complete packages for business start-up. An example would be the creation of a “Turnkey Hospital” which would be building a complete medical center with installed medical equipment.

A turnkey project is a project where an organisation or company performs all the activities from design to operational testing before the project is turned over to another enterprise to operate. Such projects are at times referred to as BOOT (build, own, operate, transfer).

Has someone besides the owner in charge of building or improving a structure – for example, a project the developer finishes to the last detail. Also, a purchased property already stocked with furnishings or other objects is a turnkey property.