BUILDING UNDER CONSTRUCTION COLLAPSE IN LIMURU, KENYA

BUILDING UNDER CONSTRUCTION COLLAPSE IN LIMURU, KENYA

National Construction Authority and the Kiambu County government have begun investigations on the collapse building

The project which is almost completed came crashing to the down in the earlier hours of today. According to report from Standard digital, the Four storey building collapse did not witness any injury as workers …

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THE BIG 5 CONSTRUCT KENYA

THE BIG 5 CONSTRUCT KENYA

The largest construction event in Kenya is back! The The Big 5 Construct Kenya is taking place from 5 – 7 November 2019 at KICC, Nairobi, Kenya. The official exhibition of Kenya’s National Construction Week includes the latest innovations in the construction industry that dedicated visitors like architects, contractors, engineers,

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THE BIG 5 CONSTRUCT KENYA OPENS FOR A THIRD EDITION AT KENYATTA INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION CENTRE

THE BIG 5 CONSTRUCT KENYA OPENS FOR A THIRD EDITION AT KENYATTA INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION CENTRE
  • The official exhibition of National Construction Week brings business opportunities from around the world to Kenya’s construction sector from 5- 7 November 2019 at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre.
  • The Big 5 Construct Kenya hosts over 210 local and international exhibitors, and 40 free-to-attend workshops providing career development points to
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KENYA MOVES TO ATTRACT OIL IMPORTERS

KENYA MOVES TO ATTRACT OIL IMPORTERS

Kenya Government slash oil pipeline tariff price for oil importers by 50 percent.

Kenya is trying to regain the regional fuel transport market after loosing it to Tanzania’s port Dar es Salaam. As a result of this loss, Kenya’s Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) has slashed the oil pipeline …

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KENYA’S DESALINATION PLANT

KENYA’S DESALINATION PLANT

Turkana County Government is negotiating with Almar Water Solution on the construction of the Kenya’s desalination plant.

The horn of Africa is experiencing one of its worst famine in recent times due to the elongated drought putting some part of the country in disarray. According to UNICEF, (in 2018 …

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ROAD DUALIZATION LINKING LAMU PORT HALF-WAY COMPLETE

ROAD DUALIZATION LINKING LAMU PORT HALF-WAY COMPLETE

Kenya’s PDU announced progress status of Lamu-witu-Garsen road dual carriage.

Kenya’s Presidential Delivery Unit (PDC) has announced progress report for Lamu-Witu-Garsen road via its official twitter handle. According to the tweet, the 10-km dual-carriage that will link the port which is part of the Lamu Port-South Sudan-Ethiopia (LAPSSET) is nearly …

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TECHNOLOGY IS KEY TO MEETING KENYA’S CONSTRUCTION DEMANDS SAY INDUSTRY EXPERTS

TECHNOLOGY IS KEY TO MEETING KENYA’S CONSTRUCTION DEMANDS SAY INDUSTRY EXPERTS
  • The Big 5 Construct Kenya to offer free training to professionals attending this year’s edition at KICC from 5th to 7th November 2019.
  • Experts from Google, Autodesk, AECOM, IBM, Microsoft4Afrika, and more will be on the ground to offer assistance to exhibitors and visitors from the construction industry.

The Big

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NAIROBI-EXPRESSWAY CONSTRUCTION TO START SOON

NAIROBI-EXPRESSWAY CONSTRUCTION TO START SOON

Nairobi-Expressway to have 10 interchange with a tollgate fee at a construction cost of USD 599 million.

Kenya over the pass couple of years has made significant strive in the improvement of its infrastructure. This is aimed at supporting the growth of the nation economy. With the road network experiencing …

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KENYA SCOUTS FOR INTERNATIONAL LENDERS TO SPONSOR WORLD’S MOST EXPENSIVE FOOTBRIDGE.

KENYA SCOUTS FOR INTERNATIONAL LENDERS TO SPONSOR WORLD’S MOST EXPENSIVE FOOTBRIDGE.

Kenya is seeking for US $42 million to finance what is to be the world’s most expensive footbridge.

The footbridge will be constructed on Nairobi-Mombasa highway is four times more expensive than the recent one on Thika highway, each steel bridge will cost US $8 million.

The full details for …

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KENYA’S KNH NEW PRIVATE HOSPITAL WILL CONTENT 300 BEDS

KENYA’S KNH NEW PRIVATE HOSPITAL WILL CONTENT 300 BEDS

Kenyetta National Hospital (KNH) set to hit greater records with the 300 bed hospital after been awarded the largest referral, teaching and research hospital in Kenya.

The 300-bed private hospital will be in Nairobi the capital city of Kenya. This project will be the first public-private partnership in Kenya as …

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KENYA TO BORROW US$ 4.1 BILLION FOR EXPANSION OF ECONOMY

KENYA TO BORROW US$ 4.1 BILLION FOR EXPANSION OF ECONOMY

Kenyan Lawmakers set to borrow funds but is that the right thing for the nation economy??

Kenyan lawmakers has given the green light for the country to borrow US$4.1 billion (422 billion shillings) from external lenders. This fund will help the nation in term of expanding its economy by increasing …

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MIDDLE EAST COUNTRIES EYE KENYA AS AFRICA’S TRADING HOTSPOT AT THE BIG 5 CONSTRUCT KENYA 2019

MIDDLE EAST COUNTRIES EYE KENYA AS AFRICA’S TRADING HOTSPOT AT THE BIG 5 CONSTRUCT KENYA 2019

Now in its third edition, The Big 5 Construct Kenya is free to attend and runs from 5 – 7 November 2019 at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC).

  • The event also features free education opportunities for construction professionals across all three days, where they can receive industry recognised certification.
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TWO SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC PLANTS SET FOR CONSTRUCTION IN KENYA

TWO SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC PLANTS SET FOR CONSTRUCTION IN KENYA

Radiant and Eldosol plants set to commence after consortium companies agrees financial deal.

Construction of two solar photovoltaic plants is set to kick-off after deal was agreed. The deal which is worth US$147m will diversify Kenya’s electricity supply away from both rain-dependent hydro and fossil fuels. It will also contribute …

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RESIDENTS REACTS TO THE SIX YEARS STALL FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF CHUKA-KAARENI ROAD

RESIDENTS REACTS TO THE SIX YEARS STALL FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF CHUKA-KAARENI ROAD

Kenya’s Chuka-Kaareni road has caused lots of accidents and claimed lives of the residents due to it’s bad condition.

Tharaka-Nithi residents have patiently waited for the completion of the six years old 28 kilometer road. For the last six years they have paved only six kilometers of road from Chuka …

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KENYA GUSII STADIUM STILL LACKS PROPER RUNNING TRACKS DESPITE FACELIFT

KENYA GUSII STADIUM STILL LACKS PROPER RUNNING TRACKS DESPITE FACELIFT

Will contractors in africa ever get thing right without people complaining about each project after completion?

Gusii Stadium which was refurbish a year ago stands as the one of the best sports facilities in Kenya but there are concerns over its poor running track. This is after athletics complained about …

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KENYA PRESIDENT TO FLAG-OFF CRUDE OIL SHIPMENT

KENYA PRESIDENT TO FLAG-OFF CRUDE OIL SHIPMENT

President  Uhuru Kenyatta to flag-off US$11.6million crude oil shipment which will enable kenya enters the league of oil exporters.

Kenya President  Uhuru Kenyatta will commission the flag off for the first shipment of crude oil from the port of Mombasa. The first shipment of crude oil which is worth US$11.6million …

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PICTURES OF KERICHO BYPASS CONSTRUCTION IN KENYA

PICTURES OF KERICHO BYPASS CONSTRUCTION IN KENYA

Kenya’s President’s Delivery Unit team announce progress of US$4.3m (Ksh.445.7m) Kericho bypass project.

Kericho is the biggest town in Kericho County as it is located in the highlands west of the Kenyan Rift Valley. The place has a warm and temperate climate making it an ideal location for agriculture and …

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KIENI CONSTITUENCY SECURE FUNDS FOR HOSPITAL CONSTRUCTION

KIENI CONSTITUENCY SECURE FUNDS FOR HOSPITAL CONSTRUCTION

Kieni constituency to build level four hospital after securing funds from Ministry of health in Kenya.

Kenya’s  Kieni constituency has secure fund for the construction of a level four hospital. The fund which is worth US$541k (Sh30 million) will help them have another existing level four hospital in the constituency.…

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TANZANIA, KENYA AND UGANDA ARE REVAMPING THEIR OLD RAILWAYS

TANZANIA, KENYA AND UGANDA ARE REVAMPING THEIR OLD RAILWAYS

Why are they going back to their old railways after their agreement and ambitious plans for East Africa’s Standard Gauge Railway network.

In August 2013 the Presidents of Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda signed a Tripartite Agreement; for the development and operation of a 1,500km-long joint Standard Gauge Rail (SGR) system; …

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LAMU PORT FIRST BERTH COMPLETED IN KENYA

LAMU PORT FIRST BERTH COMPLETED IN KENYA

First of 32 berths of Lamu port completed in Kenya with the second and third set for completion in december 2020.

Lamu port which is a transport and infrastructure project in Kenya has completed it first Berth. The port when completed will be Kenya second transport corridor. The first berth …

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