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, how we started and our vision for the future.
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1960 brought with it the birth of Panta Lesco
, when its founder Mr. Bartholomew Attard set
up a shop in Old Bakery Street, Valletta retailing goods related to the electrical and plumbing trades.
From this humble starting point, Panta Lesco
grew with the Maltese economy.
By offering the service of 'supply and fix', Panta Lesco
got its big break for its first major project, which included all the mechanical and electrical installations at the Dragonara Hotel and Casino Complex, St. Julians.
Hard work and dedication quickly led to Panta Lesco
gaining a reputation for quality, integrity and reliability, winning numerous contracts ranging from minor works to large-scale government, commercial and infrastructural projects across the island.
Panta Lesco quickly outgrew its Valletta office and by 1973 moved to its current head office in Msida.
succeeded, becoming fully active in Saudi Arabia by the mid-70s.
Indeed, the first time the Maltese flag flew in Saudi Arabia was over the Panta Lesco
Saudi branch, which incidentally doubled up as a consular office.
Throughout the 70s, Panta Lesco
was awarded several projects in Saudi ranging from government buildings to HRH Prince Sultan Palace.
's international profile is established, becoming fully active in Dubai, Saudi Arabia, Libya, Algeria and Kuwait partnering with British, French, Italian, Dutch, Korean, American and Saudi Arabian companies.
Through this cosmopolitan mix of clients, consultants and main contractors Panta Lesco
became, and continues to be, truly international.
Panta's entrepreneurial spirit continued unabated.
Today, the Group is made up of six companies which are predominantly related to building services.
However, the company also successfully runs two manufacturing facilities - one dealing with steel fabrication and the other with plastic injection moulding and PET preform products.
With significant local and overseas experience behind its name, Panta Lesco
led the way in a series of important projects demonstrating engineering excellence.
The Group portfolio includes development projects undertaken locally by global industry leaders, such as the brandstatter Group and Actavis, as well as three principal financial institutions on the island - The Central Bank of Malta
, Bank of Valletta
and HSBC Bank Malta plc.
Panta Lesco was a lead partner in the development of the Malta International Airport, whilst the Reverse Osmosis plants in Ghar Lapsi, Cirkewwa and Pembroke also feature in its extensive portfolio.
Panta Contracting Overseas flies the Maltese flag abroad by virtue of its engagement in projects such as the 5-star BAB Africa Corinthia Hotel in Tripoli, Libya, and the luxury residential complex of Palm City Residences in Janzour, Libya.
is currently engaged in some of the newest and most prestigious local development projects underway right now.