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Kenya government and world bank joint funds to build a road authority office complex in the state capital.
The complex which is worth US $30m is a joint funding by the Kenya government and World Bank and is currently been developed by Chinese firm-Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC).
The office complex which sits on a nine-acre piece of land in Embakasi near the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) will occupies a gross floor area of 35,000 square metres consisting of lower ground floors, suspended floors and a conference facility housing a 500-seater auditorium.
Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) Director-General, Peter Munindia; “Several institutions have been established since the Kenya Roads Act was enacted in 2007 and that these institutions have been housed in private premises which, as public institutions, they are hard pressed to afford.”
The construction which is at 40% is to begin operation in September 2018.