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VINCI JV signs an agreement for a EUR 1.3 billion motorway project in Kenya

A joint venture between VINCI Highways Unit Rift Valley Highway, VINCI Concessions and Meridiam SAS has signed an agreement for the construction of approximately €1.3 billion of the Nairobi-Nakuru-Mau Summit Highway project in Kenya. The agreement, through its Public-Private Partnership Unit and the Kenya National Highway Authority, has been signed with the Republic of Kenya (KeNHA). The agreement is subject to the completion, in.... Read more »

Posted on : Monday , 18th January 2021

KeNHA to begin fly-over construction at the T-Mall junction

The Government of Kenya, through the Kenya National Highway Authority (KeNHA), the Autonomous Road Agency responsible for the management, development, reconstruction and maintenance of Class A, B and C roads in the East African area are scheduled to begin the building of the T-Mall junction on the Langata route. On its Twitter feed, via a public notice signed by the Agency's Director-General, Mr Peter Mundinia, KeNHA noted that the.... Read more »

Posted on : Monday , 18th January 2021

TCPAK extends institutional partnership with 23rd Buildexpo Kenya 2021

The TOWN AND COUNTY PLANNERS ASSOCIATION OF KENYA (TCPAK) has confirmed support for 23rd Buildexpo Kenya 2021. The international exhibition which is the longest running annual trade event in the East African Region, has been positively contributing to the growth of the construction sector in the country. Buildexpo Kenya has become a vital international platform for exporters, manufacturers, distributers and retailers to meet and network while.... Read more »

Posted on : Wednesday , 18th November 2020

23rd Buildexpo Kenya 2021 secures government endorsement

The Cabinet Secretary Hon'ble James W. Macharia, EGH, Ministry of Transport, Infrastructure, Housing and Urban Development has recognized the contributions of Expogroup Trade Fairs and has formally provided an endorsement of the 23rd Buildexpo Kenya 2021. The international exhibition is the longest-running annual trade event in the East African Region.The Trade Fairs have been positively contributing to the growth of the construction sector in.... Read more »

Posted on : Wednesday , 18th November 2020

The Development of The Loft Residences at Two Rivers starts in Kenya

The construction works of Loft Residences at the Two Rivers Development in Kenya have started following a groundbreaking ceremony by the project’s developer, Centum Real Estate Limited. The project will be carried out by Seyani Brothers & Co., the leading general construction firm in the East African region. Speaking at the groundbreaking ceremony, Samuel Kariuki, Managing Director of Centum Real Estate, said, Seyani Brothers is a.... Read more »

Posted on : Wednesday , 18th November 2020

Construction of the Kenya Marsabit Stadium is resumed

Construction of the Marsabit Stadium has begun after almost three years of stalling. According to the County Development Implementation Coordinating Committee (CDICC) which toured the site, the work of the two contractors, Arid Lands and Benisa Limited, on the first phase of the project is amazing.The former was hired by the county government to build the VIP Pavilion at a cost of USD 0.7 Million, of which USD 0.4 million had already been paid..... Read more »

Posted on : Tuesday , 27th October 2020

Dar Leads East Africa on construction projects

In terms of infrastructure investments, Tanzania is leading the East African bloc in terms of value. The region, the second-largest economy in the EAC, according to the Africa Construction Trends Report 2019, reported a total project value of USD 60.3 billion last year. Tanzania's overall project share is 41.2 percent, the highest potion in East Africa's total investment valuation as recorded by the consulting company Deloitte last.... Read more »

Posted on : Tuesday , 27th October 2020

Selander Bridge project in Tanzania nearing early completion

Selander Bridge construction in Tanzania is on track to the finish line. The ongoing construction of the USD 112.8 Million Selander Bridge project in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania is already complete by over 40%. This has been revealed by Chief Executive Eng. of Tanzania National Roads Agency (TANROADS). By Eng. Patrick Mfugale. The country's Minister of Works, Transport, and Communication Isack Kamwelwe visited the site for inspection of the.... Read more »

Posted on : Tuesday , 29th September 2020

World Bank approves Sh81bn loan for Isiolo-Mandera road corridor

The World Bank has approved a Sh81 billion loan to upgrade half of the 750-kilometre Isiolo-Mandera road and lay a fibre-optic cable in a major boost to the North Eastern region.The lender said on Wednesday that it projects the International Development Association (IDA) financing will improve the movement of people and goods, digital connectivity and access to social services for over 3.2 million people living in the region."Through the new.... Read more »

Posted on : Thursday , 10th September 2020

USD 42M Praise Mall in Mt. Kenya Area Breaks Ground

The building of Mt. Kenya region's tallest building has begun. The "Praise Mall" project for mixed-use urban growth covers a total area of 0.4 hectares of land along Meru-Embu-Nairobi Highway in Meru city, Meru County. Jesus House of Praise International church is designing the over USD 42 M project and Jianxi Jingtai Water Conservancy and Electric Power Development Ltd are carrying out the construction works. The scope of the work includes.... Read more »

Posted on : Wednesday , 2nd September 2020

Plans for construction of the Sinoma Cement Plant in Tanzania

Plans for construction of the planned Sinoma Cement Plant in Tanzania's city of Tanga are making good progress with the launch of the compensation exercise of around 94 Project Affected Persons (PAP) in an effort to pave the way for the actual construction works.  Tanga regional commissioner, Martine Shigela, declared this milestone. The 94 PAP are residents of Amboni and Mtimbwani districts who decided to give up their land for the.... Read more »

Posted on : Wednesday , 2nd September 2020

Cement consumption defies Covid curbs to hit 3.4m bags

Cement consumption in the first seven months defied effects of the corona virus pandemic pointing to stable activity in the construction sector despite the restrictions imposed in March to curb spread of the disease.Data from the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS) show that consumption rose 4.5 percent to 3.59 million tonnes in the period from 3.44 million tonnes posted first seven months of last year.The sector remained relatively.... Read more »

Posted on : Wednesday , 2nd September 2020



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