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  • Construction players want adoption of versatile building materials

    Posted on :Monday , 11th September 2017

     National Construction Authority Director Daniel Manduku says the  proposed Building Code Bill awaiting debate in parliament, if passed will allow for a review of construction materials used locally in favor of more cost effective and environmental friendly products.

     
    Kenya’s construction industry is accelerating at a rapid pace and making a substanti. . .

  • Promoting research in building industry

    Posted on :Monday , 11th September 2017

     The construction industry is a focal point for the economic growth of any country.

     
    According to the Economic Survey 2017 Report, it is estimated that the industry expanded by about 9.2 per cent in 2016 and recorded increased activity in the construction of roads and development of housing.
     
    The expansion reflected an increase in e. . .

  • New Bill seeks to bar quacks from construction industry in Kenya

    Posted on :Monday , 11th September 2017

     Players in the building and construction industry must register with a new professional body before they can be allowed to practice in Kenya. The experts, who also include project managers, must register with the Association of Construction Managers of Kenya (ACMK) before they undertake any construction work in Kenya.

    ACMK says Construction Project Managers & Construction Mana. . .

  • Work underway on Africa’s tallest skyscraper in Upperhill, Nairobi

    Posted on :Monday , 11th September 2017

     The mighty peaks of Kilimanjaro and Kenya are the highest points in Africa, towering over the East Coast nations.

     
    The mountains will soon be sharing a skyline with a man-made behemoth named simply: “The Pinnacle.”
     
    Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta recently laid the foundation stone for what will be the tallest building . . .

  • Mombasa-Nairobi expressway to be complete within six years

    Posted on :Monday , 11th September 2017

     Kenya's first high-speed expressway connecting the country's two largest cities will take six years to finish, the Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) has said.

     
    According to the State agency, design and construction of the 473-kilometre Mombasa-Nairobi road is set to begin after last week’s signing of a financing deal with US-based firm Bechtel Int. . .

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