Posted on :Monday , 22nd April 2019
The central pillar of Kenya’s Vision 2030 infrastructure development is among the strong holds and in 2015 the USD 3 bn construction sector contributed 4.8% to the Kenyan economy. According to a recent survey 148,000 people are formally employed in the domestic building and construction industry.
Although building and construction contractors are required to be registered wi. . .
Posted on :Friday , 12th April 2019
Kenya is set to sign the US $3bn deal with USA for the construction of Nairobi-Mombasa expressway this month. US Ambassador to Kenya Kyle McCarter announced the reports and said the deal will pave way for construction works to begin anytime after June.
The contract includes development of three additional Special Economic Zones along the alignment next to strategic interchanges w. . .
Posted on :Saturday , 23rd March 2019
Developers who are keen on Roads, housing and civil work projects 2018 was projected to be an exciting year, moving Kenya closer to vision 2030, the government identifies affordable housing among the key golden pillars for the next five years and food security manufacturing and universal health care are some others.
Did you know that civil works as well as roads are paramount for each o. . .
Posted on :Thursday , 7th February 2019
Where to Invest in Africa 2019? RMB has the answer. Kenya, Rwanda, Ethiopia and Tanzania will be among Africa’s most attractive investment destinations in 2019. According to a report prepared after an extensive study by South Africa based Rand Merchant Bank (RMB). The RMB Investment Attractiveness index scrutinises a countries’ economic and operating environments to evaluate their p. . .
Posted on :Monday , 4th February 2019
Kenya has disclosed it's plans to construct 2,720 high-rise apartment units in Nairobi’s Ngara estate in a development project that will gift the Kenyan capital its tallest homes beating 22-storey Le’mac Towers, Nairobi’s residential tower. The project is in alignment with the government’s affordable housing agenda.
Chinese billionaire Zeyun Yang said, &l. . .