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THE INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS OF KENYA

THE ALARMING STATE


OF BUILDINGS IN KENYA

INSIDE
Kenya Pipeline
Expansion Project
Meet the Woman Contractor
of the Year
Are cable cars the solution
to gridlocked Nairobi?
Plus: Listing of all IEK
Members, and all your
regular features

Official Directory 2015 / 2016 Edition


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Institution of Engineers of Kenya


Chairman - Eng. R. K. Kosgei
1st Vice Chairman - Eng. M. E. Okonji
THE ALARMING STATE 2nd Vice Chairman - Eng. Rosemary W. Kungu
OF BUILDINGS IN KENYA
Hon. Treasurer - Eng. R. K. Chepkwony
Hon. Secretary - Eng. Nathaniel Matalanga

INSIDE
Kenya Pipeline
Expansion Project

Editorial Board
Meet the Woman Contractor
of the Year
Are cable cars the solution
to gridlocked Nairobi?
Plus: Listing of all IEK
Members, and all your

Chairman - Eng. R. K. Kosgei


regular features

1st Vice Chairman Eng. M. E. Okonji


Official Directory 2015 / 2016 Edition Member - Eng. Rosemary W. Kungu
Member - Eng. R. K. Chepkwony
Member - Eng. Nathaniel Matalanga
Member - Patrick Mwangi

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A WORD FROM THE PUBLISHER 08 - Electrical 81


- Mechanical 89
FROM THE CHAIRMANS DESK 09 GRADUATES - Agricultural 99
- Civil 100
THE INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS OF KENYA (IEK) 10 - Electrical 116
- Mechanical 125
IEK Council Members (current) 14
ASSOCIATES - Civil 132
IEK calendar of activities for the year 2015 18 - Electrical 132
- Mechanical 132
Conference Announcement and Call for Papers 20
ENGINEERING NEWS 133
IEK Presidents / Chairmen (past and present) 22 The Alarming State of buildings in Kenya 134
Kenya Building Research Centre to the Rescue of Builders 138
ENGINEERS BOARD OF KENYA (EBK) 23 Meet the Woman Contractor of the Year 141

EBK Board Members (current) 23


ENGINEERS SCROLL 143
ERB Chairmen (past and present) 23 Are cable cars the solution to gridlocked Nairobi? 144
Safeguarding the City of Merchants 147
EBK Strategic Plan 24 Creating a database of skilled Consulting Engineers 149
Energy Efficiency Offers Huge Benefits to the Economy 151

COUNTIES 27
EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION 153
Kitui Countys projects on Lands, Infrastructure and 28
Kenya Must Evolve Engineering Training to Reflect 154
Urban Development Off to a Spanking Start to
the Emerging Fields
Revitalize Countys Infrastructure
University of Nairobi-School of Built Environment 158
Meru County Embraces New Technology 35
to Fast Track Road Road Construction
MAJOR ENGINEERING PROJECTS IN KENYA 162
Bungoma County Limbering Up for a Massive 41 New Oil Pipeline Projected To Serve Kenya 163
Expansionary Plan to Connect the Entire County And the Region for the Next 30 Years

MEMBERS ROLL 43 OTHER PROFESSIONAL BODIES AND 168


ASSOCIATED STRUCTURES
FELLOWS - Agricultural 44 Architectural Association of Kenya (AAK) 169
- Civil 44 National Construction Authority (NCA) 170
- Electrical 46 The Kenya Federation of Master Builders (KFMB) 171
- Mechanical 47 Roads and Civil Engineering Association (RACECA) 172
MEMBERS - Agricultural 48
- Civil 50 ENGINEERS CONFERENCE 2014 174

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A WORD FROM THE PUBLISHER

We would like to thank the county governments


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brought together engineers to discuss various
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As engineering in Kenya expands, such fora will


remain important avenues for reviewing new
technologies, strategies and developments in the
practice of engineering.

We are pleased to present yet another edition of Lastly, as always, we are eternally grateful to
the Official Annual Directory of the Institution of our growing host of advertisers who enable this
Engineers of Kenya (IEK). For the Directory to have important publication to be produced. Readers and
reached its sixth edition is a milestone. advertisers can give us feedback on how to enhance
the publication to truly reflect the huge changes
The Directory continues to grow steadily, reflecting taking place in Kenya, and the region, as far as
the major developments that are taking place in infrastructural development is concerned.
the engineering environment. Huge infrastructural
developments continue apace this year, which Our gratitude also goes to the IEK Council for
has witnessed the commencement of such major giving us an opportunity to serve the engineering
projects as the upgrade of the Outer Ring Road in fraternity by publishing their official Annual
Nairobi to a superhighway, the Dongo Kundu bypass Directory, which has grown to become the leading
in Mombasa, and the new Mombasa Nairobi pipeline. source of information on professionals, services,
products and projects.
The Directory will continue to bring you the nuts and
bolts behind the major projects that are changing
the way Kenya does business.

We have introduced for the first time a new section Mr. Patrick Mwangi
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deliver the services they promised their residents.

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FROM THE CHAIRMANS DESK

cities of Nairobi and Mombasa, but also throughout


the country where devolution of resources to the
counties has brought strong growth in infrastructure.

The sustained developments in the built


environment have engendered a great demand for
well trained building professionals. Kenya is facing
a huge challenge in providing adequate numbers of
well trained and professional building cadres in all
fields.

It is, therefore, of great importance that the


Engineers Board of Kenya (EBK) has launched a
5-year strategic plan in which it details how it will
facilitate the development of adequate engineers
to address the growing needs of Kenyas ambitious
2030 targets.

The 2015 International Conference was held in


Nairobi in May this year. Important issues affecting
the country were discussed and how engineering
can offer solutions to problems as varied as the
traffic logjam in Nairobi, and security concerns in
the Port of Mombasa among others.

The International Conference remains the premier


engineering forum for engineering professionals
in this region, where cutting edge issues in the
profession of engineering and the field of the built
Eng. Reuben Kiplangat Kosgei environment are discussed.
Chairman, Institution of Engineers of Kenya
Key challenges remain. Such issues as the state of
buildings in Nairobi remain a cause for concern.
The period since the publication of the last Directory The collapse of several buildings in Nairobi and
has been quite an eventful one for the Institution of elsewhere in the country have brought to the fore
Engineers of Kenya (IEK). the question of whether the right professionals are
The Government continued to demonstrate its being employed by developers in putting up high-
commitment to moving Kenya towards world class rise residential and commercial buildings. The
infrastructure by substantially increasing budgetary booming growth of the real estate sector means
allocations towards the sector. The development that it is urgent that these issues be remedied lest
of roads, power installations, dams and airports the country build its foundation on quicksand.
among others are part of the huge infrastructural
This state of affairs further underlines the need to
works going on in Kenya today.
enhance professionalism among all players in the
Further, the real estate market continues to built environment. That is the challenge that all
demonstrate robust growth not only in the main professional bodies must take up.

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COMMITTEES OF THE IEK, CLASSES OF Workshops and arranges the Annual conference
MEMBERSHIP, AND APPLICATION PROCEDURES each year including the Annual Dinner Dance.
AND REQUIREMENTS
Since its inception in November in 1972, the TRAINING AND CAPACITY BUILDING
Institution of Engineers of Kenyas (IEK) This committee is charged with formulating
membership has continued to increase. training standards and organizing professional
training. The chairman is Eng. Julius Marimi
Today the institution boasts of over 4,000 Riungu
registered members who include 1,694 corporate
members, 108 Associate, 98 fellows, 2,027
Graduate members and 391 registered students. Welfare and Development Committee
This membership is draw from the different areas
Formed in March 1993 this committee is chaired
of specialization which include Agricultural,
by Eng. Nathaniel Omulo Matalanga. The
Electrical, Mechanical, Production, Structural,
committee is responsible to making proposals
Chemical and Aeronautical Engineering. The
and steer development of the IEK properties.
activities of IEK are carried out by council which
is elected during the Annual General meeting.
The 17 member council operates through Industrialization Environment and Quality
following committees. Control Committee
The committee is chaired by Eng.John Tanui
IEK COMMITTEES
Finance and Administration Committee Branch Committee
This committee comprises of Eng. Reuben K. Mombasa Branch: Eng. Julius Obonyo Odumbe,
Kosgey, Eng. Michael E. Okonji, Eng. Nathaniel MIEK Chairman, Eng.Mordecai Kere Omenda-
Matalanga, Eng. Richard K. Chepkwony, and Vice Chairman, Eng.Mwaka Mungatana
Eng. Rosemary Wanjiku Kungu. The committee Secretary/ Treasurer. Other members are Eng.
handles the finance and general administration M. Omenda, Eng. Fanuel Kiwinga. Mwashigadi,
of the institution. Mr.J.K. Chege , Mr. S.O. Mwachuo.

Advocacy Publicity and Journal Committee Western Branch


The committee is chaired by Eng. Anthony Kigen Chairman: Eng. Dr. Richard Onchiri, MIEK,
Sang. Deputy Chair is Eng. Jane Wanjiru Mutulili. Secretary/Treasurer: Eng. Dr. Simiyu Sitati.
The committees mandate is to provide linkage Other members are Josephat Asira, Eric Ngage.
with the public. The journal is the only contact
most members have with the Institution. Under Central Branch
Chairman Prof. Eng. Elijah Mwangi. Kenya Chairman, Eng.Prof. Ndirangu Kioni. Other
Engineer has been published in its present members: Eng.David Mwaniki, Eng.Moses Mbae,
format and has appeared regularly since 1980 Eng.Elijah Mukuru Kibathi, Mr. Kenneth Gitahi
Kariuki.
Membership committee
Chaired by Eng.Michael Ezekiel Okonji. This Corporate Members
committee deals with all matters pertaining It is the highest rank of membership suited
to admission of new members, transfers and for engineers with over 4years of experience.
professional interviews. Engineers seeking to be corporate members
must be interviewed before becoming members.
Functions and Conference Committee They must also have the following:
Chaired by Eng. Collins Gordon Juma. The A copy of Degree certificate certified by the
committee is charged with organizing seminars, Commissioners of Oaths.

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A copy of Engineers Registration Board (ERB) Commissioner of Oaths.


Graduate certificate certified by the Commis Two passport photographs
sioner of Oaths. Entrance fee of Sh. 3,600.
A copy of O-Level Certificate certified by the Fellow Members
Commissioner of Oaths. Mainly caters for those seeking to transfer
4 IEK paid-up members (Corporate or Fellows) as their membership from graduates to fellows.
signatories. Engineers therefore, cannot be registered
A copy of the national ID certified by the directly as fellows
Commissioner of Oaths. The registration requirements are as follows.
Two passport photographs A copy of Degree certificate certified by the
Application fee of Sh. 3,600 Commissioners of Oaths.
A copy of Engineers Registration Board
Associates Members (ERB) Graduate certificate certified by the
It is the second highest rank designed for Commissioner of Oaths.
engineers holding a Higher Diploma but with A copy of O-Level Certificate certified by the
over 4years of experience. Commissioner of Oaths.
They must also incorporate the following: 4 IEK paid-up members (Corporate or Fellows)
A copy of their Higher National Diploma as signatories.
certified by the Commissioner of Oaths A copy of the national ID certified by the
A copy of Graduate Technician Certificate Commissionerof Oaths.
certified by the commissioner of Oaths
Two passport photographs
A copy of O- Level Certificate certified by the
Transfer fees of Sh. 3,000
Commissioner of Oaths
4 IEK paid-up members (Corporate or Fellows
as signatories. Graduate Members
A copy of the national ID certified by the Suited for graduates, those seeking membership
Commissioner of Oaths. in this category must present a project report.
Two passport photographs They must also have fulfilled the following
Application fee of Sh. 3,600. requirements.
A copy of Degree certificate certified by the
Commissioners of Oaths.
Companion Member
A copy of Engineers Registration Board
This class is open for non-egineering graduates
(ERB) Graduate certificate certified by the
whose line of work and experience is mostly
involved with the engineering practice. They Commissioner of Oaths.
must get the approval of the council members A copy of O-Level Certificate certified by the
before becoming IEK companions. Commissioner of Oaths.
They also satisfy the following requirements: 2 IEK paid-up members (Corporate or Fellows)
A copy of their Higher National Diploma as signatories.
certified by the Commissioner of Oaths A copy of the national ID certified by the
A copy of Graduate Technician Certificate Commissioner of Oaths.
certified by the commissioner of Oaths Two passport photographs
A copy of O- Level Certificate certified by the An entrance fee of Sh. 1,500
Commissioner of Oaths
4 IEK paid-up members (Corporate or Fellows Student Members
as signatories. This category caters for Engineering Students
A copy of the national ID certified by the institutions of higher learning.

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They must fulfill the following requirements before Associate 1,000/-


becoming registered members of IEK.
Companion 1,000/-
A copy of O- Level Certificate certified by the
Graduate 1,000/-
Commissioner of Oaths
A copy of the national ID certified by the
Bank Details
Commissioner of Oaths.
No cash payment is received at the office. All
2 IEK paid-up members (Corporate or Fellows) as payments should be made to:
signatories. Account Name: Institution of Engineers of Kenya
A copy of their student ID certified by the Bank: Standard Chartered Bank
commissioner of Oaths
Branch: Moi Avenue
Two passport photographs
Account Number: 0102024134900
An entrance fee of Sh. 100

Please bring the deposit slip for receipting

Application forms can be downloaded from the IEK


website www.iekenya.org or obtained from IEK ARREARS
Secretariat offices at Transcom House Annex, 1st In accordance with clause 6.09 of the constitution
Floor. of the institution of engineers of Kenya, a notice
is hereby given to all classes of members whose
annual subscription or installment of entrance
Transfer fees fees are in arrears for two or more years that they
From Member to Fellow 3,000/- shall be excluded from the institution and shall
thereupon cease to be members.
From Graduate to Member 3,000/-
From Student to Graduate: 1,800/-
All members whose annual subscription payment
is in arrears of up to 2 years are eligible to a
Annual subscription fees penalty not exceeding sh: 10,000. The amount of
arrears can be obtained by checking with the IEK
Fellow 6,000/- Secretariat. Kindly ensure that you have cleared
Member 3,000/- any outstanding payments with us as soon as
possible. All members are requested to pay their
Associate 3,000/- annual subscription fees at the beginning of the
Companion 3,000/- year.

Graduate 2,000/-
BENEFITS OF REGISTERING WITH IEK
A part from being a prerequisite by the ERB there
Plot Levy are numerous benefits that engineers registered by
Fellow 1,500/- the IEK enjoys.
They include:
Member 1,500/-
IEK arbitrates for its members in the case of
Associate 1,500/- a work relate dispute.
Companion 1,500/- Members get a chance to network and
exchange ideas during the annual
Graduate 1,500/-
conferences. They also get a chance to
present their ideas during the conference.
Development Fund IEK advocate for better working terms for its
Fellow 1,000/- members and also advocates for better
positioning of engineers in society.
Member 1,000/-

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YEAR EVENT

1983 Engineering for Peace Prosperity - KICC Nairobi

1987 Engineering in Development - KICC Nairobi

March 1994 Engineering for Self Reliance - KICC Nairobi

December Role of the Engineer in Sustainance Development - KICC Nairobi


1994

November Role of the Engineer in Industrialization


1995 - KICC Nairobi

May 1999 Water and Energy for Survival - Hotel Intercontinental, Nairobi

April 2002 Water and Energy for Survival - Hotel Intercontinental, Nairobi

April 2003 Challenges to Industrialization - Hotel Inter-Continental, Nairobi

April 2004 Maintenance of Infrastructure - Hotel Intercontinental, Nairobi

April 2005 Engineers and the Millennium Development Goals - Hotel Intercontinental, Nairobi

April 2006 The Engineer and Regional Integration


- Hotel Intercontinental, Nairobi

April 2007 The Engineer in a Liberalised Market


- Hotel Intercontinental, Nairobi

May 2008 The Engineer and Vision 2030 - Hotel Intercontinental, Nairobi

April 2009 Food Water and Energy, Security Engineering Challenges of the 21st Century - Hotel In-
ter-Continental, Nairobi

May 2010 Public-Private Partnership for Sustainable Development - Sarova Whitesands Beach Resort &
Spa, Kikambala, Mombasa

May 2011 Engineering Better Counties and Cities for Better Living - Laico Regency, Nairobi

9th 11th The Role of Engineering Practitioners in the Implementation of the Constitution -KICC, Nairobi
May 2012

May 10th Innovative EngineeringSolutions for Industrialization of Counties - Tom Mboya Labour College
2013

7th 9th The Engineer & Rural Infrastructure Leisure Lodge Resort
May 2014

13th - 15th Engineering Opportunities and Capacity Building in the Emerging Natural Resources
May 2015 Discoveries-Intercontinental Hotel, Nairobi.

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IEK Council Members (current)

Eng. R. K. Kosgei Eng. M. E. Okonji Eng. Rosemary W. Kungu


FIEK - Chairman FIEK - 1st Vice Chairman FIEK - 2nd Vice Chairman

Eng. Nathaniel O. Matalanga Eng. R. K. Chepkwony Eng. Collins Gordon Juma


MIEK - Hon. Secretary FIEK - Hon. Treasurer FIEK - Member

Eng. Anthony K. Sang Eng. Jane Mutulili Eng. Kahoro Wachira


MIEK - Member FIEK - Co opted Member MIEK - Member

Eng. Njagi Charagu Eng. John Tanui Eng. Emelda Odhiambo


FIEK, Member FIEK - Member MIEK - Member

Eng. Kennedy Makudiu Eng. J. M. Riungu


MIEK - Member FIEK - Retiring Past Chairman

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Branch Committee Members (current)

Mombasa Branch Western Branch Central Branch

Eng. Julius Odumbe Eng. Dr. R. O. Onchiri Eng. Prof. Paul Ndirangu Kioni
Chairman MIEK - Chairman MIEK - Chairman

Other Committee Members Other Committee Members Other Committee Members


- Eng.Nathan.Ateka - Eng. Roselane M. Ambasi Jilo - Eng. David Mwaniki
Vice-Chairman - Eng. Moses Mbae
Vice-Chairman
- Eng. E. M. Kibathi
- Mr. K. G. Kariuki
- Eng. Mwaka Mungatana - Eng. Dr. Simiyu Sitati
Secretary / Treasurer Sec/treasurer

- Mr. Fanuel K. Mwashigadi - Eng. Prof. E. Kipkorir


- Eng. R. Wanyoike - Eng. Eric Ngage
- Eng. M. Omenda - Eng. Agumba, M. Orot
- Mr. G. Amarnath - Eng. JosephatAsira
- Eng. Moses Mukangula
- Eng.Zachary Anganya
Immediate Past Chairman

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Telephone: +254 20 387 0938, Office Mobile: + 254 - 715 251 545
Website:www.mandeconsulting eng.com

PROFILE
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services, in buildings as well as infrastructure development. It was incorporated in Kenya in 1982.
Vision
To provide professional services of the highest standards in Kenya and elsewhere in Africa, through strategic alliances with
firms of similar outlook
Mission
To provide an engineering consultancy service suited to the needs of developing countries, while maintaining
high professional ethical standards.
To ensure that the Client is provided with a complete dedication to his needs.
To conduct its affairs within National Policy.
To provide training opportunities for local engineers and technicians.

Projects

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Piedmont Plaza - Nairobi Shelter Afrique Centre, Nairobi

Directors
Eng. Arthur W. Ogwayo: a graduate of
Sheffield University and Essex University, Eng. John Morrison Litondo PE: is a graduate of
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years includes the running of the electrical over 40 years experience in mechanical engineering
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at Magadi Soda Co. Ltd. In addition he has & Sons Inc., U.S.A., and subsequent work in Kenya
worked in telecommunication engineering in Cooperative Creameries Ltd., Lake Hardwares Ltd.,
East African Posts and Telecommunications Wheat Board of Kenya and building services consul-
Corporation. For five years Eng. Ogwayo tancy with East African Engineering Consultants as
undertook work in building services consultancy the Chief Mechanical Engineer.
with East African Engineering Consultants as the
Chief Electrical Engineer.
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IEK CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES FOR 2015

Interview Mechanical Panel 26


Disciplinary & Arbitration 30
Membership Meeting 02
FAD 07
414 th
Council 10
FAD 14
Industrialisation & Environ 24
Disciplinary & Arbitration 31
Membership Meeting 06
FAD 11
415th Council 14
FAD 18
Industrialisation & Environ 28
Disciplinary & Arbitration 31
Membership Meeting 03
FAD 08
416 Council Meeting
th
11
FAD 15
Industrialisation & Environ 25
Interview Agricultural Panel 24
Interview Civil Panel 25
Interview Electrical Panel 28
Disciplinary & Arbitration 29
Interview Mechanical Panel 30
Membership Meeting 01
FAD 06
417 th
Council Meeting 09
EFEF 12
FAD 13
Industrialisation & Environ 23
Contract Management 26-
31
Disciplinary & Arbitration 30
Membership Meeting 05
FAD 10
EFEF 09
418 th
Council Meeting 27
EFEF 16
Annual Mombasa Trip 25-
30
IET 31th National Conference 8-9

Note: A meeting falling on a public holiday, the same meeting will be held on the same day a week after
EFEF = Eminent Fellow Engineers Forum
FAD = Finance and Administration Committee
PIP = Preparation for Professional Interview

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IEK CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES FOR 2015

No. Activity Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec
Membership Meeting 7
408 Council Meeting
th
09
FAD Meeting 13
Disciplinary & Arbitration 30
Membership Meeting 05

409th Council Meeting 13


FAD 17
Disciplinary & Arbitration 27
Membership Meeting 05
FAD Meeting 10
410 th
Council Meeting 13
FAD 17
Industrialisation & Environ 20
Interview Agricultural Panel 23
Interview Civil Panel 24
Interview Electrical Panel 25
Interview Mechanical Panel 26
Disciplinary & Arbitration 27
Membership Meeting 02
411 th
Council Meeting 10
EFEF 13
FAD Meeting 14
Membership Meeting 07
412th Council Meeting 08
PIP 09
IEK Annual Conference 13-
15
Annual General Meeting 14
Annual Dinner Dance 15
FAD Meeting 20
Membership Meeting 04
EFEF 08
FAD 09
413rd Council Meeting 12
FAD 16
Industrialisation & Environ 24
Interview Agricultural Panel 23
Interview Civil Panel 24
Interview Electrical Panel 25

Note: A meeting falling on a public holiday, the same meeting will be held on the same day a week after
EFEF = Eminent Fellow Engineers Forum
FAD = Finance and Administration Committee
PIP = Preparation for Professional Interview

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Conference Announcement
and Call for Papers
FOREWORD iv. Value addition to agricultural products

This is to announce that the 22nd Engineers v. Water resources


International Conference organized by the Institution
of Engineers of Kenya will be held from 13th 15thMay vi. Water and harvesting
2015 at the intercontinental Hotel Nairobi. It will
vii. Sanitation& Environment
provide a platform for engineers, academicians,
industrialist, and associated professionals from the viii. Manufacturing
East African region and other parts of the world to
share experiences, challenges, and new knowledge on ix. Informal sector products
engineering matters.
x. New ICT services and products
The event will feature a comprehensive technical
xi. Ethics
programme with distinguished keynote speakers form
the industry and policy makers. The theme of the 2015 xii. Governance
conference is Engineering Opportunities & Capacity
Building In Emerging Natural Resources Discoveries. xiii. Engineering education
Themes for which the papers are solicited include, but
xiv. Research
not limited to:
xv. Innovation

i. Oil and petroleum resources xvi. Rail,Road,& Waterways Transportation

ii. Renewable energy xvii. Housing and construction materials

iii. Food production and preservation xviii. Engineering practice in the Military

IEK INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE


Theme
Engineering Opportunities and Capacity Building In the Emerging Natural
Resources Discoveries
The 22ndEngineers International Conference
Venue: Intercontinental Hotel, Nairobi City County
From 13 th 15 th May 2015.

For further information contact


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PAPER FORMAT IEK CHAIRMAN


In Microsoft Word, script size 12, with a 100- word Eng. R. K. Kosgei, FIEK
abstract. (Template to be downloaded from the IEK
website) www.iekenya.org
CONFERENCE CHAIRMAN
Eng. C. Juma, MIEK
CHAIRMANS MESSAGE
The Institution of Engineers of Kenya is a learned society
RAPPORTEURS
of engineering profession whose core function include
partnering with national and international bodies in Oscar Ondeng, Grad. MIEK
developing and applying engineering for the benefit Kinyua Wachira, Grad. MIEK
of mankind. Our core values are professionalism,
innovation, responsiveness, accountability and
integrity.
Visit our website: www.iekenya.org

DEADLINES CONFERENCE COMMITTEE


Submission of Papers Via Email: 30th January 2015
Eng. C. G Juma, FIEK
Notification of Acceptance: 13th February 2015
Revised Paper Upload Deadline: 13th March 2015 Eng. M. E. Okonji, FIEK
Author Registration Deadline: 10th April 2015 Eng. R. W. Kungu,FIEK

Registration Fees Eng. M. Shiribwa, FIEK


Early Bird Eng. E. K. Mwongera, CBS, FIEK
Member: Kshs. 30,000/-
Eng. R. Chepkwony, FIEK
Non-member: Kshs. 40,000/-
Student: Kshs. 15,000/- Prof. Eng. E. Mwangi, MIEK
Foreign Delegates $450 Eng. G. Onyango, MIEK
Eng. H. Amaje, FIEK
Late Registration
Members: Kshs. 35,000/- Eng. Reuben Kosgei,FIEK
Non-members: Kshs. 45,000/- Eng. Nathaniel Matalanga,MIEK
Students: Kshs. 15,000/-
Foreign Delegates $500

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sources Discoveries

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IEK Presidents / Chairmen (past and present)

1945 1947 1957 1958 1966 1967 1979 1981 1996 1998
G. P. Willoughby J. Hudson T. J. Watt I. G. Wanjohi S. K. Kiragu

1947 1948 1998 2000
1958 1959 1967 1968 1981 1983
E. Parsons S. O. Noah
J. M. Stock J. R. Hillier G. Ngaruro

1948 1950 2000 2002


1959 1960 1968 1969 1983 1985
W. Urguart D. W. Njora
C. C. W John F. J. Goody A. A. McCorkindale
2002 2004
1950 1951
1960 1961 1969 1970 1985 1985 Prof. A. V. Otieno
Brig. Gen. Sir G. D.
Rhoders L. Fergusson J. F. Kahumbu S. M. Kaburu
2004 2006
J. M. Wanyoike
1951 1952 1961 1962 1971 1972 1985 1988
Lt. Col. H. R. Bridger F. H. Woodrow S. Sarda Pro. F. J. Gichaga
2006 2008
W. J. Odhiambo
1952 1954 1962 1963 1973 1975 1988 1990
A. O. Cosgrove C. T. Henfrey J. Mimano D. M. Kialah 2008 2010
F. W. Ngokonyo
1954 1963 1964 1975 1977 1990 1992
Sir Charles R. Westlaker T. Eckersley H. Mangat A. W. Ogwayo 2010 -2012
D. M. Wanjau-Maina
1955 1956 1964 1965 1977 1978 1992 1994
A. Johnstone 2012 - 2014
S. L. Paterson F. E. A. Nderitu I. K. W. Mutonyi
J. M. Riungu

1956 1957
1965 1966 1978 1979 1994 1996 2014- To date
J. C. Lithgow
A. P. N. Waligo J. H. Omolo Prof. J. K. Musuva R. K. Kosgei

IEK Secretaries (past and present)


As engineers,
1973 - 1977 1996 - 2004
Eng. J K Musuva Eng. D M Wanjau we were going
1977 - 1985 2004 - 2015 to be in a
Eng. Prof. F J Gichaga Eng. M Shiribwa
position to
1985 - 1992 2015 - Date
Eng. D K Some Eng. Matalanga change the
1992 - 1996
Eng. Prof. A V Otieno
world - not
just study it.
Henry Petroski

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EBK Board Members (current)

Eng. D. M. Wanjau-Maina Eng.(Prof) Francis J. Gichaga Eng. (Prof) Harry Kaane Eng. S. K. Kamau
FIEK, Chairman FIEK, Vice - Chairman MIEK, Member MIEK, Member

Mr. Peter B. Kusimba Eng. Reuben K. Kosgei Eng. J. M. Riungu Eng. Abdullahi Samatar
Member FIEK, Member FIEK, Member MIEK, Member

Eng. Grace L. Onyango Eng. (Prof) Bancy Mati Eng. Aruna A. Patel Eng. Nicholas Mulinge
MIEK, Member Member MIEK, Member Registrar

ERB Chairmen (past) EBK Chairmen (present)

1970 - 1983 1998 - 1999 2006 - 2007 2012 to date


Eng. S. J. Mbugua Eng. S. T. Akute Amb. (Eng) M. M. Eng.D. M. Wanjau
Mahamud, CBS
1983 - 1989
1999 - 2001
Eng. J. Mimano
Eng. E. K. Mwongera, CBC, EBS, OGW 2007 - 2012
1989 - 1996 Eng. M. S. M. Kamau
2001 2003
Eng. P. W. Wambura CBS, HSC
Eng. P. M. Wakori
1996 - 1998 2003 - 2007
Eng. A. M. H. Sharawe Eng. E. K. Mwongera, CBS, EBS, OGW

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EBK STRATEGIC PLAN

Engineering Graduates to Benefit from


Government-Sponsored Internships
Engineers Board of Kenya (EBK) Draws a Road Map for
2014-2019
By Esther Wangari
@estarwangary

Professional training and standardization of According to EBK, the apprenticeship project


engineering training programmes is one of the key hopes to equip 400 graduate engineers with first-
tasks that the Engineers Board of Kenya (EBK) has hand skills to help them meet the current market
set out to achieve using its Strategic Plan. Nearly demands. The project, which targets 1,800
2,000 engineering graduates stand to benefit graduates by 2019, is in line with the EBK strategic
from a multibillion government-funded internship plan of formulating policies and measures to build
programme in this plan. domestic capacity and capabilities, especially in
engineering and construction, through local and
EBK has budgeted Ksh 11.2 billion for the overseas training.
government sponsored apprenticeship programme,
which will be spread between 2014-2019.This One main reason for this problem may be the
year, 2015, Ksh 240 million will go towards funding type of training given by institutions most of which
the development of internship programmes. The may not be adequate to prepare the engineer to
EBK also hopes to fill the knowledge gap through perform in the market place. Another issue is that
cooperation and joint ventures with leading local the current engineering manning level may not
and foreign construction and technology firms to be equivalent to market demands, says the EBK
realize the gains of this project. Strategic Plan.

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The Board is also looking at the option of imposing engineering manning level may not be equivalent
a levy on all capital infrastructure as another way to market demands.
of getting resources to train engineers like was
done with the hospitality industry in the 1980s. To curb this, EBK will spend Ksh 1.3 million in
EBK argues that without adequate flexible funding evaluating and accrediting engineering programmes
like the infrastructure projects training levy, Kenya for both public and private universities and
will not be able to locally meet the engineering colleges to ensure compliance with the Boards
personnel required for the implementation of Vision requirements. Another Ksh 3.2 million will be
2030, which envisages infrastructure projects of committed towards administering engineering
not less than Kshs 200 billion per year. professional examinations before prospective
engineers can be allowed to practice.
While Kenya started producing graduate engineers The board has also realized the need for constant
long before Tanzania, currently Tanzania has professional development of engineers with the
more than four times locally registered engineers aim of sensitizing, educating and promoting their
compared to Kenya due to a well structured and ethical behaviour. This will be done through
funded graduate engineers internship programme. forums and workshops. For this EBK has allocated
With a levy of only one per cent on infrastructure Ksh 6.5million. Another Ksh 4 million will be
projects cost, Kenya would be able to meet the
spent in developing and implementing continuing
graduate engineers internship costs both for the
professional development programmes for
current number that is unregistered, and future
practicing engineers.
engineering graduates of all disciplines. If 0.5 per
cent levy is imposed, the amount raised would be
The EBK plans to spend Ksh 4.2million for the
adequate to fund graduating engineering graduates
purposes of sensitizing professionals about the
while government directly funds the internship of
Engineers Procedures and Manual. EBK hopes
the current backlog of the unregistered engineers,
to liaise with training institutions, professional
says the roadmap.
associations and engineering organizations in
order to come up with the standards and better
The EBK board and the Institution of Engineers of
engineering personnel in the country.
Kenya (IEK) will be undertaking vigorous lobbying
with Government and members of Parliament for
At present, the country is in urgent need of at least
the imposition of the levy to ensure the country
becomes self sufficient in supply of professional 30,000 engineers if it is to achieve the Vision 2030
engineers. goal. Engineers Board of Kenya intends to register
a total of 3,105 engineers in 2015. The batch will
Also top on EBKs agenda this year are plans to include 2,800 graduate engineers, 240 professionals
standardize engineering courses in all institutions. and 50 consulting engineers. At the same time,
The Board says that it has noted the heavy the Board intends to license at least 10 consulting
dependence by most Kenyan industries on imported firms. For this particular venture, EBK has allocated
technology and equipment, and on imported a sum of Ksh 6.3million.
technical expertise for maintenance as one of the
biggest set-backs. EBK blames this on the training The realization of this years plans is pegged on
engineers receive. a Ksh388 million budget, to which the national
governments contribution is pegged at Ksh 288
The EBK plan is quoted as stating that: One main million. The Board has also received a Ksh 50
reason for this problem may be the type of training million boost from the World Bank. The balance of
given by these institutions, most of which may not Ksh 50 million will be drawn from Appropriation-in-
be adequate to prepare the engineer to perform in Aid, which includes money drawn from application
the market place. Another issue is that the current fees and the annual subscription by members.

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01 02

03

04 05

1 - Then Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure, Eng. Micheal Kamau,
makes his remarks during the launch
2 - Unveiling the new logo- Eng. Kamau (2nd right) and Engineers Board of Kenya (EBK),
chairman, Eng. D.M. Wanjau-Maina
3 - Appreciating the EBK Strategic Plan (from 2nd left),EBK Registrar, Eng. Nicholas Mulinge,
Principal Secretary, Transport, Eng. John Mosonik, Eng. Wanjau, and Eng. Kamau
4 - Here it is. So seems to say Eng. Mosonik, Eng. Kamau, EBK board member, Eng. (Prof.)
Henry Kaane, and Eng. Wanjau-Maina
5 - Eng. Wanjau makes his remarks

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Counties
Kitui Countys projects on Lands, Infrastructure and
Urban Development Off to a Spanking Start to
Revitalize Countys Infrastructure 28

Meru County Embraces New Technology


To Fast track Road Construction 35

Bungoma County Limbering Up for a Massive


Expansionary Plan to Connect the Entire County 41

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THE COUNTY GOVERNMENT OF KITUI


THE INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS OF KENYA

MINISTRY OF LANDS, INFRASTRUCTURE & URBAN DEVELOPMENT


Directorate of Lands
Directorate of Infrastructure
Directorate of urban Management and Development

Vision: To be a national leader in provision of devolved services related to lands, infrastructure and urban development
Mission: To establish effective and efficient functional structures, systems and synergies towards sustainable lands,
infrastructure and urban development

H.E. Dr. Julius M. Malombe Eng. Paul C.K. Kioko - Mr. Shadrack Muli Munyithya -
- Governor County Executive Committee ( CEC ) The Chief Officer, County Ministry
Member, The County Ministry of Lands, of Lands, Infrastructure and Urban
Infrastructure and Urban Development Development (LIUD)

He who can not change the very fabric of his thought will never
be able to change reality, and will never therefore, make any
progress.
The range of what we think and do is limited by what we fail to
notice
And because we fail to notice that we fail to notice, there is
little we can do to change, until we notice how failing to notice
shapes our thoughts.
(Mohammad Sadat Dec.,1918 Oct.,1981)

PREAMBLE The Department of Roads and Allied Infrastructure,


established by The County Government of
The County Ministry of Lands, Infrastructure
Kitui, started its operations in June,2013.The
and Urban Development (LIUD) is one of the ten
Department, inter-alia, is committed to building
ministries of The County Government of Kitui. It has
its capacity to improve service delivery to the
three Directorates; Directorate of Infrastructure,
residents of Kitui County. Being the sixth largest
Directorate of Lands, and Directorate of Urban
county in the Republic of Kenya, Kitui is very
Management and Development.
unique in that it is vast, and has numerous areas
The Directorate of Infrastructure has four that had no road connection. The County has
Departments, namely Public Works, Housing, since equipped the Department with mechanical,
Roads and Allied Infrastructure, and Transport and plant and equipment, and operational vehicles, to
Mechanical. ensure more road connectivity and efficiency in the
delivery of road infrastructure and services to the
county population.

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Some of the
operational
vehicles

THE ORGANO CHART

H.E., The GOVERNOR, Dr. Julius M. Malombe


THE COUNTY GOVERNMENT OF KITUI
H.E., The DEPUTY GOVERNOR,
Madam Peninah Malonza
COUNTY EXECUTIVE COMMITTEEE MEMBER (CECM) COUNTY MINISTRY
OF LANDS, INFRASTRUCTURE & URBANDEVELOPMENT
Eng. Paul C. K. Kioko

CHIEF OFFICER
COUNTY MINISTRY OF LANDS, INFRASTRUCTURE & URBAN DEVELOPMENT
Mr. Shadrack Muli Munyithya

DEPUTY DIRECTOR
Mr. Jeremiah Musyoka

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR
Mr. Francis Mulu

PRINCIPAL ENGINEER PRINCIPAL WORKS OFFICER


Eng. Jeremiah N. Kisilu Ms. Valilian Matheka

SUB-COUNTY & TOWN CIVIL/ SUB-COUNTY WORKS OFFICERS AND


STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS (10NO.) QUANTITY SURVEYORS (10NO.)

ASSISTANTS ASSISTANT SUB - COUNTY WORKS


CIVIL / STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS OFFICERS AND QUANTITY SURVEYORS

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1.0 Department of Roads & Allied practices from design, implementation, commissioning
as well as decommissioning; Constructing, upgrading,
Infrastructure rehabilitating and maintaining county roads;
Mandate and Establishment Controlling reserves for county roads and access to
1.1 Mandate roadside developments; Implementation of road
policies in relation to the county; Ensure that the
The mandate of the Department is to construct, quality of road is in accordance with the standards
maintain and manage all county roads and related civil defined by the department; Oversee the management
structures such as drifts, culverts, bridges, walk ways of traffic on county roads and road safety; Ensure that
and road furniture among others under the County motorists adhere to guidelines on axle load control;
Plan the development and maintenance of county
Government of Kitui and in line with the Constitution roads; and, generally Monitor the use of roads.
and Vision 2030.
The Department has improved the road coverage in
The Department has embraced the following strategic the county by upgrading existing, and opening up new
objectives, in order to achieve its mandates: roads within our county.
Development of the County transport information
database for effective transport planning & 1.3 Sub-County Offices
management In order to improve service delivery, the Department
Improvement on safety, security, reliability and has established 10 (ten) offices in the respective
speed in transporting people and goods Sub-County headquarters and the two main towns
Facilitation of inter and extra county integration which are operational.
and trade
Development and promotion of appropriate human The following are the sub-counties and locations of
resource capacities in the infrastructure sector, the offices respectively:
especially for the youth, women, persons with 1.Mwingi North Kyuso
disabilities and the marginalized 2. Mwingi Central - Mwingi town
Ensure enforcement and compliance with sector 3. Mwingi West Migwani
laws and regulations. 4. Kitui West Kabati
Development of quality controls and technology 5. Kitui Rural Kiusyani
transfer and/or partnership with relevant 6. Kitui South Mutomo
institutions for the common good 7. Kitui East - Zombe
Ensure thirty percent (30%) of the contracts go 8. Kitui Central Kitui Town
to the youth and the disadvantaged according to 9. Kitui Town Kitui County
National Government Procurement Regulations. Headquarters
10. Mwingi Town Mwingi town
To achieve this, the department will enforce
development regulations in the following areas-: where Further, the Department is currently in the process of
infrastructure designs & specifications conform to best constructing 47 drifts across the county, 1 bridge, and
multiple cell box culverts to enhance connectivity as

SUMMARY OF ROAD PROJECTS CARRIED OUT DURING FY 2013-2014 & 2014-2015

FINANCIAL YEAR
S/No. Description Total
2013/2014 2014/2015
1 Grading Works (KM) 513.55 9.00 522.6
2 Gravelling (KM) 53.70 11.3 0 65.0
3 Culverts (M) 3,656.00 440.00 4,096.0
4 Concrete slabs (M) 8,340.00 820.00 9,160.0
5 Drifts (M) 1,957.00 127.00 2,084.0
4 Box culverts (no.) 0 1 4-cell (5mx2.5m)

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it has been a major challenge to the residents of the Processing extension of time claims and other
county. The tendering process is on-going. contract claims
Preparation of progress reports and other duties as
The following are the Main Activities the Department assigned
carries out to ensure the finished infrastructure is Carrying out road condition surveys and inventory
sound in terms of functionality, safety, and cost Preparation of contract documents (designs, bills of
effectiveness: quantities and special specifications)
Organizing final inspection and handing over of the
Supervision of box culverts and drifts constructions completed projects
Supervision of road works, that is, culvert Consideration for approval of buildings, structural
installation, grading works and earthworks drawings, and details
Supervision and commissioning of street lighting
Material testing for quality control and assurance
Setting out of road structures The Plates below show some of the works being
Issuing out site instructions and processing of undertaken by the Department:
payment claims

Plate 1:
Blasting
works going
on at Kalundu
River on
Kitui - Ithiani
(E737) Road -
Construction
of a four cell
box culvert

Plate 2:
Gravelling
of Kitui
Ithiani
(E737) Road
On-going
including
installation
of street
lighting

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Plate 3:
Construction
of Drift on
Inyale (Thua
River) on
progress
on Mutha
- Waldena
(E723) Road
completed

Plate 4:
Gravelling of
Mutha to
join Tana
River County
CB (E723)
Security Road
Complete

3.0 Training of new contractors costs had a ceiling of Sh. 1 million and, therefore, the
newly trained contractors met the threshold.
In order to create and improve the number and capacity
of contractors across the county, the Department, Under this program each ward was allocated an
in partnership with National Construction Authority equivalent amount of money for development. The
(NCA), embarked on a program which saw over 1,800 community identifies and prioritizes the projects to
persons trained and equipped with skills relevant be carried out using the guidelines provided by the
in starting and managing new businesses in the County Government.
construction industry. This has seen the Department
get quality work whenever contracts are awarded 4.0 Commissioning of Roads
because the capacity of the contractors has improved,
as well as the competition for the jobs available. The On 23 rd January, 2015, the County held a colourful
public has also benefited since there is equitable share road commissioning event meant to sensitise the
of the available income through creation of more jobs community on the achievements of the County with
to more people across the county. regard to road construction and general improvement
of infrastructure. The event was a big success as it was
The trained contractors were able to carry out graced by H.E. The Governor, Dr. Julius M. Malombe, in
the works under Community Level Infrastructure the presence of the Former Vice President, Mr. Kalonzo
Development Program (CLIDP). This is partly because Musyoka, and Hon. Senator, David Musila, among other
the project dignitaries. The road network was meant to connect
three economic zones: Kitui and the environs, Mwingi
and the environs, and the Mui Basin.

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Plate (a)

Plate (b)
H.E., the Governor; H.E., the Deputy Governor and Senator of Kitui County (a) Signing the Visitors Book and (b)
After the unveiling of the Plaque at Miambani during the Commissioning of Road network connecting the three
Kitui County Economic and Investment Zones: Kitui Town and its Environs, Mwingi Town and its Environs and the
Mui Basin.

5.0 Construction
Machinery Acquired

The County has acquired


construction machinery to carry out
maintenance works such as grading
and gravelling, and response to
emergencies. These are 2 backhoe
loaders, 4 motor graders, a single
drum roller (10 ton), 3 (25 tonnes)
tipper trucks, and a 10,000 litres
water bowser.
One of the Procured Tipper Truck

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A 10,000 Litres Water Bowser

A Single 10 Tonne Single Drum Roller

6.0 Kitui Investment Forum (KIVEST) 7.0 Way Forward


The County has held several investment forums and The ministry has equipped the Directorate of Roads
is planning to hold even more such forums geared at and Allied Infrastructure to enhance its operations
attracting potential investors by showcasing the countys both in terms of machinery and qualified personnel.
This is aimed at making Kitui County an attractive
available investment opportunities. On Friday, 25 th and
investment destination through reliable and sustainable
Saturday, 26 th September, 2015, there was a Kitui County infrastructure, with a vision to attain and sustain world
Investment Conference ( KCIC ), held at Kitui County class roads infrastructure to enhance socioeconomic
Showgrounds at Ithookwe, Kitui Town. A lot of investors development. The directorate is in the process of setting
showed interest in investing in the country, especially in up a material testing lab for quality control, and acquiring
infrastructure development. Kindly log onto www.kcic. machinery to enhance operations within the county.
go.ke for more information. The County also welcomes The Ministry intends to form a Transport and Mechanical
any other interested partners to come and share in the Department, which will be responsible for maintenance
many business opportunities available. of the acquired construction equipment. In addition,
more equipment will be acquired for carrying out intense
civil works, as well as hiring them out to third parties for
revenue generation.

THE COUNTY GOVERNMENT OF KITUI


Tana Athi Water Services Board Building, Ground Floor P.O. Box 33-90200, Kitui
Telephone Numbers: 0702 615 888, 0702 615 444, 0731 717 100
Email: info@kitui.go.ke Website: www.kitui.go.ke

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NEWS

Meru Governor, H.E. Hon. Peter Munya (2nd left) after commissioning the first road constructed using Probase Technology.

Meru County Embraces New


Technology to Fast Track
Road Construction
Probase Technology from Malaysia Proves Cheaper
and Quicker than Traditional Methods
By Esther Wangari

been tarmacked. This not only spelled doom for the


agriculture dependent county to market its produce,
but also threatened to jeopardise the Merus revenue
collection by the county government automatically
hampering development. But now this county is smiling
at the success of its latest project, the recently
completed 10 kilometres of road constructed using the
Meru County Government County Minister for Probase Roads System.
Transport and Infrastructure, Hon. Eng. Newton
Itobi Bariu Born out of a need to enable access into the nine
constituencies in the county, the idea to construct
durable yet cheap road goes back to 2013.The then
Most people associate Meru County with its rich source
newly elected Meru County Governor, H.E. Hon. Peter
of indigenous foods such as plantain, maize, millet or
Munya, in the company of a contingent of members of
cabbages. For some, it is the memories of the super-
his cabinet, visited Malaysia on a sightseeing mission
fast driven pick-up cars that used to ferry miraa (Khat)
of a cheaper and effective way of constructing durable
from the county to Nairobi before its major importers,
rural roads.
Britain, walked out of the trade. Then there is the road
that leads to Ithaguni, the 18th tallest peak of Mount We visited Malaysia with the Governor to meet the
Kenya. In more than one ways, there is something worth Probase Team and in the process caught a glimpse of the
admiring in Meru more so now with a new set of roads roads they constructed to have confidence of what they
constructed using a new system that promises to ease had to offer.
access to the larger Meru region.
Malaysia is a palm-growing region known for employing
For the longest time, Merus road infrastructure had heavy trucks during transporting of palm seeds and rainy
been left behind. Until 2013, only 350Kilometres out of climatic conditions just like Meru County, which grows
the countys 4,000 Kilometres rural road network had bananas as the main horticulture crop. We automatically

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knew the technology would serve us right since it exactly


suits Merus peculiar characteristics, says Hon. Eng.
Newton Itobi Bariu, Merus Minister for Transport and
Infrastructure.
Their stay in Malaysia was also characterised by the
inking of a Ksh 880 billion loan with the Exim Bank of
Malaysia to fund the construction of roads in Meru. The
Probase Manufacturing SDN of Malaysia and Meru County
finally signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on
September 6, 2014 for construction of roads in the wider
Meru County.
The first step to getting a Probase road is known as
The MOU entailed the designing, construction and
stabilisation. The step can be omitted if the soil meets
maintainance of a 10 Kilometre road pilot project in
the standards required for sealing. The common methods
Meru at a cost of USD 3.6 million (Kshs 360 million at
of stabilising soil include stabilisation by compaction,
current exchange rates) to be financed jointly by the
mechanical stabilization or by the use of stabilising
Meru County and Probase Manufacturing. The document
additives like cement, lime, bitumen and many other
also gave room for Probase Manufacturing to construct
stabilisers available in the market. Alternatively, you
an additional 300 km road stretch within the county at a
may use Probase stabilising products, namely TX-85 soil
cost of USD 104 million (Kshs 10 billion) upon completion
stabilizer and strengthener and SH-85 Soil hardener.
of the first 10 Kilometre within nine constituencies
of Meru. According to Probase Manufacturing,the The second step is known as sealing, which involves
multibillion cost of road construction would be funded the use for waterproofing and dust control on the
by Exim Bank of Malaysia with Kenya Government, road surface. The stabilised soil surface is sealed with
through Meru County, providing sovereign guarantee. Probase PB-65 soil sealant to provide a waterproof layer
that stops rain water from penetrating into the soil and
The 10 km pilot project road between Kianjai-Mikinduri
keep the road in dry condition at all times.
successfully commenced in October 2014 following a
ground breaking ceremony. The Malaysian company The third step is maintenance. Here, engineers patch any
quickly moved construction materials to the site, kick- pothole or depression by mixing soil with TX-85, followed
starting the project which was set to take three months by sealing a layer of PB-65 soil sealant on the affected
to complete. area. Only minimal manpower is required comprising of
three workers and one truck for a maintenance team.
Maintenance can be done as and when required for a
The magic behind the Probase roads long lasting road. For Meru County, the MOU will see it
By signing the agreement, Meru County automatically benefit from a five year maintenance without additional
positioned Kenya on the global map by placing it as the costs.
14th country to benefit from the 13 year- old technology. Probase SH-85 soil hardener is a soil cement-like
Kenya also became the first country in East and Central product made from waste biomass silica which hardens
Africa to use Probase, a factor that has contributed roads.TX-85 is a chemical component used for stabilizing
greatly to the recent adaptation of this technology by and strengthening soil where the surface that is under
the neighbouring Uganda. The system has been used in construction does not meet the requirements for
South Africa and Senegal with each of the two African sealing, says Mr. Winson Choong, Probase International
countries sharing its success stories. Business Development Manager.
It is with such confidence that the county agreed to Once stabilized, the soil surface is sealed with PB-65
extend the terms to include a further 300 Kilometre soil sealant to provide a waterproof layer. This prevents
road construction that is expected to take three years rain from penetrating into the soil. Thus, it keeps the
to complete once the agreement has been finalised. road dry. A stabilized soil road in dry condition will
Probase Technology is cheaper, environmentally friendly, perform in its best condition with Probase PB-65 soil
fast to construct, easy to maintain, its surface is dust sealant covered on soil surface, making it dust free and
and water resistant and it is cheaper to upgrade an mud free at all times, Mr. Choong explained further.
existing surface to an asphalt road. The icing that made the project lucrative was the cost.

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Unlike the normal road construction where two layers Mikinduri road has increased accessibility to markets and
of road are paved, the new technology uses surface learning institutions. St. Lukes High School, Miathene
dressing where one layer is compressed until no water High School and Miathene market are among the main
can penetrate. This in itself eliminates the perennial beneficiaries of the road, said Hon. Eng. Newton Itobi
drainage problem on most Kenyan roads. Second,the Bariu adding that Meru County is moving to small towns
pavement structure is improved to between 150mm- focusing on 15 to 20 towns within sub - counties, having
200mm which reduces costs by three times. According developed the major towns, Meru, Maua, Nkubu and
the current market rates, it would cost Ksh.70 million Timau, for the changing face of Meru County.
to construct one Kilometre of a conventional road while It is such positive feedback that the Probase Kenya team
it will only cost Ksh.22 million to construct the same aims to build a factory in the country in the next two years
using the Probase system, ultimately making it the with the aim of improving rural roads in the country. In
most competitive system compared to other rural road that eventuality, Meru County stands to benefit further
systems. by having its youth employed as the company expands
to different counties. It is with this in mind that Meru
County is working in collaboration with the National
The evident change
Youth Service (NYS) to acquire training from the Probase
When H.E. Hon. Peter Munya officially unveiled the Kenya team for their officers to maintain national roads.
Probase Project at a colourful ceremony attended
NYS will bring officers from the nine sub - counties
by governors from other counties, including Vihiga,
for training who will in turn train others and create
Kitale, TharakaNithi, Embu, Wajir and Marsabit, other
employment for the youth, said Eng. Itobi.
dignitaries and hundreds of Meru residents at Urru
Stadium in Meruon 24th June, 2015, seven out of the 10 At present the county is waiting for the national
roads constructed using the technology were already in government to approve the remaining part of the loan
use with most of its beneficiaries praising it as a break from Malaysias Exim Bank which accrues a three percent
from their muddy and impassible past.The project interest rate. Hon. Eng. Newton Itobi Bariu says that the
was fully financed by Meru County Government through 300 Kilometre stretch will also include a facelift on the
the Department of Transport and Infrastructure. If you round-abouts and T-Junctions within the county to ease
came to Meru five years ago then visit today you would traffic congestion.
realise the outright difference. The Kianjae-Miathene-

Meru Rising - Unlimited Opportunities

Meru Governor, H.E. Hon. Peter Munya and Meru Senator, Mr Kiraitu Murungi, (seated left and right
respectively) take a photograph with participants of the Meru Rising investment conference.

Meru County envisions a united, prosperous, County spearheaded by Hon. Governor Peter Munya
green and a model county for all Meru residents. unveiled its first County Integrated Development
To achieve this vision, the Government of Meru Plan (CIDP) 2013-2017 in July 2014, becoming the

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fifth county to launch their CIDP as required by well maintained diverse environment. The county
the constitution. The strategic plan prioritizes the is committed to providing clean safe drinking
countys key flagship projects, the methodologies, water, a clean and healthy environment and
deliverables and time frames for achieving these ensuring effective sewer and waste management
goals. Key flagship projects include Transport projects. To provide clean water, the county has
and Infrastructure, Health, Water, Environment already finalized the preliminary designs of seven
and Natural Resources, Education, Agriculture, dams, over 400Km of aggregated pipes for various
Cooperatives, Tourism and Enterprise Development, community projects and the county has the capacity
Youth, Gender, Culture and Sport, Lands, ICT and to harvest 11 million litres of rain water. In sewer
Planning and Public Service and Administration. and waste management, the county got a Ksh2.7
billion sewer financing support from JICA (Japan
International Co-operation Agency), completed
Transport and Infrastructure Ksh60 million Makutano Sewer Line, installed Maua
Sewer Commitments and has rehabilitated dump-
Meru County aims to become a world class county
sites in different parts of the county. The county
in transport and infrastructure. To achieve this
has started reclaiming its riparian areas and other
goal, the county has launched several transport
ecological sensitive areas.
and infrastructure projects that will lead to mud
and dust free towns in the county; installation of
flood lights at market centres; 1000Sqm of cabro
Education
paving of bus parks at Maua, Makutano, Riverland,
and Nkubu stage in Meru and Timau stage; bridges To create educated and skilled society for
in various wards and 300 Kilometres of Probase Road sustainable development, Meru County is banking on
Technology. Some of these projects include: 517km increasing Early Childhood Development Education
of heavy grading, 260km of heavy manual re-shaping (ECDE) teachers and classrooms, mentorship and
and 345km of light bush clearing. So far, the county bursary programmes and transforming the countys
has completed a 10km Kianjai- Mikinduri probase polytechnics by equipping and staffing tertiary
technology pilot project, Riverland-Gakoromone institutions. Remarkably, Meru County moved from
surface dressing and improved bus parks in major position 33 in 2013 to position 17 in 2014.
towns in the county.

Agriculture
Health
Meru County aims to transform its agricultural
Meru County is committed to ensuring a healthy sector to an innovative, green and commercially
population in the county for sustainable social oriented industry. In coffee farming and harvesting,
and economic development. To achieve this, the county has ensured one milling point for all Meru
the county is dedicated to providing drugs and coffee with over Ksh500 million paid out in 2014. In
non-pharmaceuticals, ambulances, chemistry dairy farming, the county has subsidized Artificial
analyser machines, ultra sound machines, stand- Insemination (AI) services, intervened in improving
by generators for hospitals and hospital beds for at dairy breeds by importing quality semen and installed
least five hospitals. Already, the county has acquired over 20 milk coolers in various wards. Greater
a CT scan and dialysis machines, new ambulances dry sections of the County provides investment
and automated health delivery to improve service opportunities in winery and conversations on grape
delivery. farming and harvesting are ongoing with the Kenya
Wine Agencies Limited (KWAL). In potatoes farming
and harvesting, the county boasts of three cold
Water, Environment & Natural Resources storage facilities and value addition and processing.
Other ventures include macadamia, fruits and
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horticulture. So far, the county has installed a Ksh80 CUCK, USAID Program - enhance SACCOs with over
million fish processing plant at Kanyakine in Imenti 80,000 members in the New Saccos.
South and plans are underway to establish a banana
Youth, Gender, Culture and Sport
processing facility with an annual capacity of more
than 323,000 tones. Meru County is devoted to becoming a leading
provider of social services for quality life for the
residents, especially the women and the youth. To
Cooperatives, Tourism and Enterprise achieve this, Meru County is investing in renovation
Development of stadia, a golf course, music studio, cultural
centres and youth talent centres.
Meru County is banking on cooperatives and tourism
and enterprise development to become a self-reliant In July 2014, Meru County successfully hosted the
county. To achieve this, the county is investing in Meru Rugby Sevens at Kinoru Stadium, gearing up
coffee milling, tourism promotion and Conservancy, the countys efforts to becoming the countrys
partnerships for market access, promotion of SMEs home of sports. The county has refurbished Kinorus
and Women, Youth and General traders SACCOs, playing surface, stands and erected a perimeter

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wire fence with a view to transform it into a world Development Corporation ( MCIDC ), a statutory
class stadium (project 70 per cent complete). body established under the Meru County Investment
and Development Corporation Act of 2014, to
Lands, ICT and Planning
market opportunities available to investors and co-
Meru County is on its way to becoming the centre ordinate Development Projects in the County. MCIDC
of excellence in development planning, ICT, housing hit the ground running by organizing the inaugural
and land management. Spatial plans have kicked Meru International Investment Conference (MIICO),
off in Meru, Nkubu, Maua, Laare and Timau towns. an investment forum that focused on tourism, agro-
These plans include Housing Technologies to fast processing, energy and infrastructure sectors. The
tracking land adjudication and Public Land Mapping. conference featured exhibitions and discussion
In the County Integrated Development Plan (CIDP forums on various investment opportunities,
mid-term review), the countys ICT roadmap aims attracting investors from Germany, China, Malaysia,
at installing public and infrastructure connectivity USA and South Africa.
and a county bureau of statistics. Public mapping
The County is also mobilizing funds through
to plan new and existing towns. In ICT, the county
direct investments, including discussions with the
has already laid 216 Kms of fibre through NOFBI
Government of Japan, University of Columbia,
(National Optical Fibre Backbone Infrastructure),
Malaysias Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce
thus connecting the county to the world. The county
and the Export-Import Bank of Malaysia; promoting
is also promoting mobile based solutions for faster
public - private partnerships; improving revenue
and efficient service delivery.
collections; reducing any income leakages and the
passing of an Investment Legislation.

Public Service and Administration Other world class commercial ventures and
opportunities that MCIDC is designing and
Quality workforce is a priority for Meru County, promoting include Meru County Hotel and Leopard
which boasts of having the most qualified workforce Rock refurbishment, a 15 floor office tower as an
with an outstanding gender parity of 52 per cent investment vehicle for individuals and corporates,
females. To improve security, the county is upgrading rejuvenation of old estates and lower town, a fish
police stations and police vehicles and working with factory, agro-Processing, and renewable energy.
prisons department in rehabilitation programmes.
The county has rolled out several civic education
programs and has already put a public participation
Lapsset and Northern Corridor
law in place. In improving disaster management,
the county is working on a world class disaster Meru County is also slated to benefit from the Lamu
management program. To improve administration, Port-South Sudan- Ethiopia Transport (Lapsset)
the County is promoting co-ordination of Government corridor route with over 80km of Lapsset frontage,
Offices both at the Sub-County and ward level. 700km to Lamu Port, Road to Ethiopia, a resort city,
an airport and an oil refinery.

Meru County Investment and Development


Corporation Contact Details
The Meru County Government, in the County Meru County Headquaters
Integrated Development Plan (CIDP) 2013 - 2017, P.O Box 120-60200
estimates the key flagship projects to cost Ksh. 260 MERU, Kenya
billion to complete. With a Ksh. 7 billion year on County Secretary Office Phone:
year financing so far, the county is grappling with 0775501502
a Ksh. 3.6 billion salary bill and an operational Tel: 0775501502
budget, creating a huge financing deficit. Email: merucounty@meru.go.ke
Consequently in June 2015, the County Government Website: www.meru.go.ke
of Meru launched the Meru County Investment and

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The department of Roads, Transport, Infrastructure Devolution has brought with it many opportunities for
and Public Works strategy aims to achieve a massive improving peoples welfare. Bungoma County
Sub-County interconnectivity and improved road Government through the adoption of the County
network to both Bitumen-standard and gravel surface Integrated Development Plan (CIDP) placed at its
type as contained in the County Integrated forefront the task to build a capable and development
Development Plan (CIDP). The plan provides a oriented County. Infrastructure is an enabler in any
framework for the entire County Roads network. development agenda.
Identication and prioritization of roads, which is The roads in the County were in a pathetic condition
based on Economic, Political and Social signicance of and in some areas there were no roads to talk about. In
the identied roads on the available budgetary the last two years, we embarked on opening some
allocations, may not be sucient. roads and rehabilitating and upgrading others. The
The department has made a lot of progress in the department has made quite a considerable progress
County infrastructure. Well-graded community access ever since its inception having completed nineteen
and feeder roads enhance easy access of farmers urban roads translating to 44.6 Kms and sixty eight
produce to markets and eases mobility of labor and rural roads translating to 363.6 Kms. The Ministry has
factors of production. Ecient and reliable transport started the second phase which includes 11.7 Kms of
services boosts trade and contributes towards Urban Roads and 101.0 Kms of Rural Roads.
creation of many entrepreneurial related jobs. The Department is preparing road designs to upgrade
Improvement of physical infrastructure enhances more roads in the next nancial year and ensure that
market access and reduces traders operational costs. the entire County will have an ecient road network
Further to this the department has been able to that will in turn up the Countys Economy for the good
purchase more machinery which has enabled it to of all citizenry.
improve its services to the citizens.

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BARASA, Daniel Kidwoli OGW GICHUHI, Paul Thanga


AGRICULTURAL
National Irrigation Board Sapamo Consultants

PO Box 72300-00200 PO Box 57993 - 00200 Nairobi


GUMBE, Lawrence
bara83k@yahoo.com gichuhi@africaonline.co.ke
LOG Associates
0722521531 3870952
PO Box 10677 - 00100 Nairobi

lgumbe@logassociates.com
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PO Box 39265 Nairobi PO Box 55501-00200 Nairobi


MUTUA, Joakim Mukumbu
goro@wananchi.com
University Of Nairobi
0722512495
BHACHU, Manjeet Singh
PO Box 48575 - 00100 Nairobi
PO Box 48520-00100 Nairobi
mutuajm@gmail.com
KAMAU, Michael Sistu Mwaura
msb@africaonline.co.ke
0722692250
Ministry of Transport and
0202710585 Infrustructure

SHIRIBWA, Mwamzali 8282, GPO Nairobi

PO Box 2951 - 00200 Nairobi CHARAGU, Samuel Njagi msmkamau@yahoo.com

engshiribwa@gmail.com Ministry of Transport and


Infrastructure KARANJA, Michael Muturi
020-3505467
PO Box 19283-00100 Nairobi PO Box 28100 - 00100 Nairobi

scharagu2000@yahoo.com michaelkaranja2@gmail.com

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PO Box 62000 Nairobi Mece Consulting Engineers Batch associates

PO Box 43324 Nairobi PO Box 24103 - 00100 Nairobi


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Kitololo Consultants Engineers PO Box 38 UK or 56224 Nairobi
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Jomo Kenyatta University of Wanjohi Consulting Engineers
Department of Public Works
Agriculture and Technology
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WAJIHI, Nuruddin Ebrahim GATHURI, Sammy Billy Muita NGOKONYO, Francis W

PO Box 15695-00509 Nairobi Kenya Power NECTA T.S


PO Box 30099 - 00100 Nairobi
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OKUNDI, Philip Okoth GITHINJI, Philip Mwangi MIRITI, Erastus Mwongera

CCK Consultant Commercial Bank of Kenya


PO Box 25207-00603 lavington
PO Box 24762 Nairobi PO Box 58898-00200 Nairobi
Nairobi
pokundi@yahoo.co.uk githinji@africaonline.co.ke miritiem@centralbank@go.ke
0722-511-263/ 0733-736424 0733788486 0722207212

OMBUI, John Mochere


KANYUA, James Felix Gitau MUKETI, Fredrick Peter Ouma
Kenya Power
PO Box 46943 - 00100 Nairobi Aldis Engineering Consultants Ministry of Works and Transport

jombui@kplc.co.ke PO Box 43550 -80100 Mombasa Private Bag 13348 Windhoek

0722903642 fmuketi@mwtc.gov.na
kanyua@aldisengineeringconsul-
fmuketi@hotmail.com
tants.com
OTIENO, Alfred Vincent
Moi University MUSUVA, Jeremiah Kitheka
KIRAGU, Stephen Karuri
PO Box 30197 Nairobi University Of Nairobi
avotieno@gmail.com PO Box 74101 - 00200 Langat
PO Box 30197 Nairobi
0722817909 mall office 09.Nairobi
jeremusuva@yahoo.co.uk
stephenkiragu.iqc@gmail.com
0733878130
RIUNGU, Julius Marimi
0733800541
Tsavo Power
PO Box 13692 - 00800 Nairobi NGUGI, Peter Joseph Kibandi

jriungu@yahoo.com KOSGEI, Reuben Kiplangat Mecoy Consultants


0723-107846 Associated Services PO Box 55087-00200 Nairobi

PO Box 54464-00200, Nairobi 0722357061

rkkosgei@asc.co.ke
MECHANICAL NOAH, Shem Oduor
0722725659
Sontec Consultants

PO Box 47643 - 00100 Nairobi


DSOUZA, AQUINAS P. LEVI, Eric Hudson
sontec@wananchi.com
PO Box 41697 - 00100 Nairobi PO Box 84897 Mombasa
0721441999
apcon@iconnect.co.ke
203870075
LUTI, Felix Makau WAMBUA, Paul Mwanzia

GICHUKI, Ndirangu Kimeria University Of Nairobi Dedan Kimathi University of


Technology
PO Box 63937 Nairobi PO Box 30197 Nairobi
P.O Box 657-10100 Nyeri.
gichukindirangu@yahoo.com fmluti@gmail.com paulwambua@yahoo.com
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AMIMO Enos Ogao 412311442
manageramsgarissa@yahoo.com
Mater Hospital
0723462585
PO Box 53671 - 00200 Nairobi KAMAMI, Martin Igecha

eamimo@gmail.com Ministry of Water & Irrigation


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0722565631
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ASAWO, L.W.O KANUI, Richard Munyao 62000-00200 Nairobi.


Ministry of Agriculture engkituu@gmail.com
Ministry of Agriculture
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PO Box 3035 Kisumu
richardkanui@yahoo.com
leopoldasawo@yahoo.com
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Moi University 0727214023
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0713851225/0734870210
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Ministry of Water & Irrigation
CHEBOSSEH, Peter Kipkemoi
KARANGU, Joseph Wairore
KOSFIP PO Box 275- 30205 matunda
Ministry of Water and Irrigation
PO Box 119 -20406 Sotik mugeralusigi@yahoo.co.uk
PO Box 83 Ololulunga
pkchebosseh@yahoo.com 0733568508
jkarangu@yahoo.com
0720113548 0727855067
MAGERO, Benedict Jumah
GATURU John Wathuo KIBE, John Kimani Ministry of Water & Irrigation
PO Box 644 Molo Ministry of Agriculture PO Box 293 Homabay - 40300
wathuogaturu@gmail.com PO Box 712-01000 Thika benbjm@yahoo.com
0722265432 kibejohnkim2012@yahoo.com
0722-843871
0735-828225
GITONGA, Aron Mbijiwe
MAINA, Bernard Machira
Ministry of Agriculture KIIRU, Isaac Mbugua
ENSDA PO Box 60972-00200 Nairobi
PO Box 630-00200 Nairobi
mbijiweg@yahoo.com PO Box 407-10505 Naromoru bmmacmaina@yahoo.com

0727024705/0733436364 imkiiiru@yahoo.com 0722397440


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smaingim@yahoo.com Ministry of Agriculture
PO Box 3736-01002 Thika
0733649809 PO Box 1905, Nyahururu
njugunas@yahoo.com
muchemicharles@yahoo.co.uk
0733954102
MAKUDIUH, Kennedy Wandera 0722152822
Ministry of Agriculture MURIITHI, Charles Macharia
PO Box 454-50406 Funyula Gibb Africa NDIRITU, Paul Githumbi

kenmakudiuh@yahoo.com PO Box 75093-00200 Nairobi PO Box 827 Uthiru


0722827425 cmuriithi@gmail.com paulgithumbi@yahoo.com

0737441525
MATI, Bancy Mbura NDUNGI John Mutu
JKUAT
MUSUSI, Allan Kigani Ministry of Water
PO Box 59890-00200 Nairobi
Ministry of Agriculture PO Box 914-00521 Embakasi
bancym@gmail.com
PO Box 48 Makuyu yohane1968@yahoo.com
0722638872
akamususi@yahoo.com 0734965626

MBUGE Duncan Onyango 0734232245


Seed Management Enterprises NJOGU, David Nyaga
PO Box 315-40200 Oyugis MUTINDA, Stephen PO Box 34 Garrissa
duncan.mbuge@uonbi.ac.ke Syntex Consultants
0725949093 PO Box 30372-00100 Nairobi NKANYA, Jasper A. Mutegi
stephen.mutinda@yahoo.com Ministry of Agriculture
MBUGUA, Simon Gatungo
0726674659 PO Box 61846 - 00200 Nairobi
Ministry of Water Development
PO Box 65630 Nairobi - 00607 nkanya2000@yahoo.com
MUTUNGA, Charles Nzuki 0726-620833
simombugua@gmail.com
0722241242 GIBB AFRICA
PO Box 2379-90100 Machakos
NYAGUTI, John Otieno
MKAYA, Dishon Mwawasi cmutunga@gibbafrica.com
GEDO CONSULTANTS
mutungacharles@gmail.com
Ministry of Agriculture
PO Box 30020 - 00100 Nairobi
0722295258
PO Box 19024-00100 Nairobi
jnyaguti@gibbinternational.com
0722773356
MWANGI,Julius Gikonyo 0721790750

MUASYA, Charles Mutinda CAS Consultants


Min of Water & Irrigation PO Box 51357 - 00200 Nairobi ODHIAMBO Nicholas A.

PO Box 18011 - 00100 Nairobi gikonyo.irrigation@gmail.com PO Box 235 KAKAMEGA


mutindacharles95@yahoo.com 0722-622410 abonyonicholas@yahoo.com
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PO Box 470 Nakuru PO Box 62000 - 00200 Nairobi
shitandad@yahoo.co.uk
ABONYO, Monicah Anyango
OJIAMBO, Stephen Michael 0722272265
PO Box 66975-00200 Nairobi
PO Box 779 - 00200 Nairobi
mebony2001@yahoo.com
sojiambo@yahoo.com SIMIYU, Jane Amagove
0721247295
0734590451 German Development Bank
PO Box 46439 - 00100 Nairobi
janeasimiyu@gmail.com ABUODHA, Silvester Ochieng
OKIA, Daniel Otieno
0722404870 Consultant
Ministry of Agriculture
PO Box 3 Siaya PO Box 4854-00506 Nairobi

jakawino2003@yahoo.co.uk THUBU, James Wasi sochieng@yahoo.com


0722273238 Ministry of Water & Irrigation 0722742745
PO Box 275 Kilifi

OMEDI, Moses Jura jthubu@yahoo.com


ACHIA, Joshua Wilfred Ochieng
0721358242
Ministry of Environment& Bamburi Cement Company
Natural Res
PO Box 97615 - 80112 Makupa
PO Box 2122-40100 Kisumu THUITA, Michael Mwangi Mombasa
omedijura@gmail.com Ministry of Water & Irrigation
joshuaachia@yahoo.com
0722-688752 PO Box 61 iIgwamitI
0721376435
mthuita2003@yahoo.com
OMONDI, Tobias Nyamboche 0722222447
ACHOKY, Alfred
PO Box 3073-20100 Nakuru
TONUI, Wesley Kiprono Ministry of Transport and
tnyamboche@yahoo.com
Infrastructure
0720226503 Ministry of Agriculture
PO Box 48151 - 00100 Nairobi
PO Box 4517 - 30100 Eldoret
kichanaah@yahoo.com engach2009@gmail.com
ONCHWARI, Wilfred Onchoke
0720680742 0720-619794
Ministry of Water & Irrigation
PO Box 914 - 00521 Embakasi
woonchoke@yahoo.co.uk WAITHAKA, Stephen ADONGO, Yudah Ooro

0723970991 Ministry of Agriculture Howard Humphreys


PO Box 2218 Nyahururu PO Box 53436 Nairobi
stwaithaka2006@yahoo.com
OYIENG, Vincent Ochieng ooroddongo@yahoo.com
0722955792
Ministry of Water 0720227503
PO Box 284 Oyugis
WASIKE, Donald Alexander
AGINGU, James Otieno
Tertiary Consulting Engineers
SAMBU, Charles Kiprop
PO Box 56945-00200 Nairobi Scott Wilson Ltd UK
Kenya Pipeline Company
dawasike@yahoo.co.uk PO Box 8677-00100 GPO Nairobi
PO Box 73442 Nairobi
0722308246 joagingu@yahoo.co.uk
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M.O.W.P Consultant Min of Public Works
PO Box 260 - 40100 Kisumu PO Box 5201 - 00506 Nairobi PO Box 30743-00100 Nairobi
silasaluora@yahoo.co.uk kisingula2002@yahoo.com
AGUMBA, Moses Orot
0722607440 0721178202
Kisumu Municipal Council
PO Box 765 - 40100 Kisumu
moagumba@hotmail.com AMADI Josphat Ogwero ATERA, Lawrence
0722736759 KERRA KERRA
PO Box 1392 Maragoli PO Box 34930 Nairobi
AKECH, Elisha salmonosare@hotmail.com latera62@hotmail.com
GA CONSULTANTS
0722246977
PO Box 2670 - 00100 Nairobi 0722782326

elishakech@yahoo.com
AMIANI, Patrick
0721629706 ATIBU, Francis Samanya
KERRA
PO Box 12703, 00100 GPO Nairobi
AKETCH, Maurice Otieno PO Box 980 - 50300 Maragoli
fsatibu@gmail.com
NCA pamiani2001@yahoo.com
0722790645
PO Box 12661 - 00100 Nairobi 0721893948
makech@safaricom.co.ke
0724-779926 ATSYAYA, Christopher Ndavula
ARASA, Gilbert Mongare
Zenith Steel Fabricators
Ministry of Transport and
ALI Ibrahim Hassan PO Box 104350 - 00101 Nairobi
Infrastructure
KERRA
PO Box 1304 - 00502 Karen catsyaya@yahoo.com
PO Box 41-Garissa
gmarasa@yahoo.com 0720823976
alihassan.ibrahim@yahoo.com
0720701483/0733595604 0726555858
AURA Gordon
ALIMA, Samuel Aluoch Otieno ARIEMBA, Bob Nyakwara Shelter Consult Associates
Ministry of Environment& City Council of Nairobi PO Box 61834-00200 Nairobi
Natural Resources
PO Box 3890-00506 Nairobi gwamboga@yahoo.com
PO Box 13032 Nakuru
bariemba@yahoo.com 0722660130

ALKIZIM, Khalid Omar 0721755944


Metrix consoltant BAJABER, Mohamed Omar
PO Box 26524 - 00504 Nairobi Abubaker
ARIF, A. Salim
metrix@consultant.com M.O.P.W
Metrix Intergrated Consultants
0722666504 PO Box 19493-002002 Nairobi
PO Box 26524 - 00504 Nairobi
moabajaber@gmail.com
ALUOCH Fredrick Odhiambo arifali@myself.com
0722-867101
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global innovation and technical Bhundia Associates Eldoret Water Sanitation
solutions (gits) PO Box 48499 - 00100 Nairobi PO Box 7067 - 30100 Eldoret
PO Box 38638 -00623 Nairobi bace@motsuminet.com nelsonbosuben@yahoo.co.uk
gbambrah@yahoo.com 443801/2 0722899079
+16472303111

BICHII, Kipkoech Anthony BUTICHI, Ramadhani Khamisi


BARASA, Irenaeus Wandera HOWARD HUMPHREYS KURA

Spencon Kenya Ltd PO Box 1237-00100 NAIROBI PO Box 104815-00100 Nairobi

PO Box 49817 Nairobi akbichii@yahoo.com butichikhamisi@gmail.com

brotherbee57@yahoo.com 0722869506 0725749880

255665517294/256773231127
BYAKIKA Fredrick
BIEGON, Anthony Kipngetich
Otieno odongo $ partners
BARASA, Joseph Mumali PO Box 413 Kericho
PO Box 361-00511 Nairobi
PO Box 6064 - 00100 Nairobi abiegon@ketepa.com
fbyakika2004@yahoo.com
j2006barasa@yahoo.com 0729322872
0725-889161
3870022
BIRDI, Harbans Singh
CHAKAVA Yolanda Musimbi
BENNETT, Brian Bish & Partners
ENTEC UK LTD
Consultant PO Box 14197-00800 Nairobi
PO Box 48525-Nairobi
PO Box 39565 - 00623 Nairobi harbansbirdi9@gmail.com
yolanda.chakava@yahoo.com
0722763007/ 0733935407
brianbennett@africaonline.com 0738540174
0733606750
BIRIR, Gideon Kipkorir
CHEBON, Christopher Chepkuto
KURA
BETT, Gilbert Cheruiyot KURA
PO Box 454-30100 Eldoret
Seureca Africa PO Box 48151-00100 Nairobi
birircrucial@yahoo.com
PO Box 20913 - 00202 Nairobi cheboncc@yahoo.com
gbirir@kura.go.ke
0721277329 0722876403
0722291116

BETT, James Kipkirui CHEMITEI, Daniel Kiplagat


BONAYA, Kamale Madibua
Gibb Africa
Brooke Bond Kenya M.O.P.W
PO Box 620 Iten
PO Box 2141 Kericho PO Box 30260 Nairobi
dchemitei@gmail.com
jkkbett@yahoo.com bkamale@yahoo.com
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Ministry of Public Works Kenya Railways H Young
PO Box 20578-00100 Nairobi PO Box 80377 Mombasa
PO Box 11758-00100 Nairobi
chepkno@yahoo.com johnnyandiko@rvr.co.ke
0723608391 egachichio@wananchi.com
0720-630046
0724332610
CHEPKWONY, Willy Simon DOGRA, M.S
Kipkoech
PO Box 45794- 00100 NBI
NORKEN
0722786806
PO Box 1 Roret
chepkwony@gmail.com
DONDE, Richard
0721609183 CONSTECH ENGINEERING
KURA ENTERPRISES LIMITED
PO Box 1005-00518 Nairobi
CHERONO, Daniel Sacho
Kenha dodtieno@yahoo.com
We are an experienced Civil
PO Box 948 - 00517 Nairobi 0722435786 Structures and Buildings contractor
with a dedicated team of qualied
sacho77@yahoo.com technical personnel and a sizeable
0722805519 EL-VUNA, Kenneth Keseko equipment base. We have over the
last 25 years dealt with various
M.O.P.W projects from major clients all over
PO Box 25 Maragoli the country.
CHERUIYOT, Moses Kiprono
KERRA
Naivasha Interchange Bridge
PO Box 4095 Nakuru ESYEPET, Vincent Sidai
Bamburi Portland Cement
CHESEREK, Edwin Kipkemoi PO Box 10921 - 00100 Nairobi
KERRA vincentsidai@yahoo.com
PO Box 5911 - 30100 Eldoret 0724255391
echeserek@gmail.com
0736344030 EUSTACE, Endelinah Kaimuri
NORKEN
CHIAJI, George W Orwa PO Box 50335-00100 Nairobi
Ministry of Roads & Public Works linah_k@yahoo.com
PO Box 3237 Kisumu 0721261443
035-51324

GACHAU, Erastus Mutaru GSK Car Park


DECHE Renson Mwamuye Njoroge
Simeon
Ministry of Roads & Public Works Enterprise Road, KCB Building,
Proffessional Consultants 8th Floor, Wing A.
PO Box 54293 Nairobi P.O. Box 52159-00200 Nairobi, Kenya.
PO Box 45792-Nairobi Tel: 0206650964, Fax: 0206650963,
info@amitech.co.ke
rensdeche@mail.ru Mobile: 0733650965,
0723969529 Email: info@constechengineering.com
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Self Employed UoN CODA AND PARTNERS
PO Box 68055 -00200 Nairobi PO Box 53980-00200 Nairobi PO Box 7244 -00200 Nairobi
0721360157 gatharaandpartners@gmail.com
fragim07@yahoo.com
0722527514
GAIKO, Kihiu Gichinga 0722234194

Ministry of Water Development


GATITU, James Njuguna
PO Box 942-20300 Nyahururu GICHURU, Joseph Mungai
M.O.P.W
kggaiko@yahoo.com UN-WFP
PO Box 2058 - 00100 Nairobi
0722302401
PO Box 708-00515 NAIROBI

GATUMIA, Patrick Ngunjiri josgichuru@yahoo.co.uk


GAITA, Robinson Kariuki
Ministry of Water Development Ministry of Roads & Public Works 0721-241832

PO Box 59807 Nairobi PO Box 55910 - 00200 Nairobi


pngatumia@yahoo.com GIKANDI Johnson Kuguru
GAITHUMA, Joseph Kiarie 0720362382
Centurion Contractors & Ag Ltd
Watstrut
PO Box 1115-10100 Nyeri
PO Box 612 - 00502 Nairobi GATUNDU, Stephen Mwangi
johniegikandi@yahoo.com
jkiarie@watstrut.com Ministry of Water Development
jgaithuma@gmail.com 0722898605
PO Box 4440 Thika
0733609250
SMM4440@yahoo.com
0722-585455 GITAU David Kio
GAKUBIA, Julius Kuria
KERA NORKEN

PO Box 40702 Nairobi GICHERU, Francis Gikuhi PO Box 4413-00100 Nairobi


NORKEN dkgitare@yahoo.com
GAKUBIA, Robert Nduati PO Box 1104 Nanyuki dgitau@NORKEN.co.ke
WASREP fgicheru@NORKEN.co.ke 0722298964
PO Box 40702 - 00100 Nairobi 0722379267
rngakubia@yahoo.com
GITAU, Francis
0733703638
GICHOHI, Peter Patu M.O.P.W
KERRA
GAKUO, Harrison Mzee PO Box 15472-00509 Langata
PO Box 217141, Nairobi Hardy
M.O.W
PO Box 32993 -00600 Nairobi
GICHUHI, Francis Mwangi GITAU, Peter Kimari
GATERU Patrick Maina Bhudhia Consultants
Batiment Consultants
Howard Humphreys PO Box Box 327 Chuka
PO Box 23751-00100 Nairobi
PO Box 1397-00618 Ruaraka gichuhifmn@yahoo.com
info@batimentltd.com
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KERRA H.P Gauff M.O.P.W
PO Box 14105 - 00100 Nairobi PO Box 26452 - 00504 Nairobi PO Box 15355 - 00100 Nairobi
pgithere@yahoo.com mgwena@gauff.com wingari@yahoo.com
0722874952 0722459444

IREA, Joshua Kinoti


GITHUI, John Ngatia
HARUGURA, abubakar Godana SS Metha & Company
KERRA
KERRA PO Box 10529 - 00100 Nairobi
PO Box 844-00206 Kiserian
PO Box 86 Mandera jkinoti@yahoo.co.uk
githui2008@yahoo.com
agodana@yahoo.com 0722776030
0721419689
0724528845

IRUNGU, Peter Ngechu


GITHUNGU, Timothy M.
HIRANI Dinesh Ratna KERRA
NORKEN
Margat IB Patel and Partners PO Box 708, Thika
PO Box 15395-00509 Nairobi
tgithugu@yahoo.com PO Box 48798-00100 Nairobi pokotcentralengineer@yahoo.com

0722287467 dee-hirani@hotmail.com 0722849583


0722758700

GITONGA, Andrew ISAIAH, Ondiba Bitange


Ministry of Transport HIRANI, Ratna Manji PROFESSIONAL CONSULTANTS LTD
PO Box 2120- 00621 Nairobi I.B Patel, Mangat & Partners PO Box 1285-00502 NAIROBI
eng.a.gitonga@gmail.com PO Box 48798-00100 Nairobi isaiah.ondiba@gmail.com
0733707590 mibp@africaonline.co.ke 0720423948
202710546
GRAHAM, Keith Harley
ISSA Ismail
Ministry of Roads & Public Works
IMBAMBI, Richard Misigo TerraConsult
PO Box 185-00502 Nairobi
South Nyanza Sugar Co PO Box 35305-00100 Nairobi
gkharley@africaonline.co.ke
PO Box 884 Kakamega info@terraconsultke.com
0722518197
rimbambi@sonysugar.co.ke 0724714593
0722610068
GUMBI, Mike Odhiambo
ITIKO, Reuben Mulwa
Ministry of Roads & Public Works
IMBO, Jacob Odhiambo National Water Corporation
PO Box 446 - 00621 Village
Market PO Box 956-00200 Nairobi PO Box 1134-090200 Kitui
gumbiassociates@yahoo.com jacobimbo@gmail.com itikor@gmail.com
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K J Associates M.O.P.W Kaindi Consultants
PO Box 42847 Nairobi PO Box 1004-00618 Ruaraka PO Box 6333 - 00100 Nairobi
4442419 kabcha2001@yahoo.co.uk jkaindi@yahoo.com
0722-825927 0735496398
JAMES, NGUGI NJOROGE
MANGAT PATEL & PARTNERS
KABUGU, Raphael Warui KAKUNDI Jacob M.
PO Box 48674-00100 NAIROBI
M.O.P.W Zenith Steel Fabricators
njorogenjn@gmail.com
PO Box 30260 Nairobi PO Box 20-0521 Nairobi
0722969339
jmkakundi@yahoo.co.uk

KAGO, Joseph Chege 0722219078


JUMA, Hannington Raburu
M.O.P.W Runji & Partners
KAMARU Joseph M.
PO Box 8978 Nairobi PO Box 39456 Nairobi - 00623
Ministry of Water & Irrigation
chegekago@yahoo.com
PO Box 69359 - 00400 Nairobi
JURA, Moses Odhiambo 0723275138
kamaruh2000@yahoo.com
KIWASCO
0725434358
PO Box 3210 Kisumu KAGO, Joseph Kamande
juramosesodhiambo@yahoo.com Min of Roads
0722736763 KAMAU, Charles Gikanga
PO Box 8607 - 00300 Nairobi
HYDROSULT KENYA
jkago27@yahoo.com
KABAYA, Joseph Muinamia PO Box 606I4 - 00200 Nairobi
0722-804854
M.O.P.W kamaucharles@hotmail.com

PO Box 62481 - 00200 Nairobi 0735209089


KAHENYA, Kamunyu
jkabaya@kenyaweb.com
Engconsult
0722813086 KAMAU, Geoffrey Mbugua
PO Box 42256 - 00100 Nairobi Liberty Homes
KABIRU James Ndungu PO Box 248 Sarit Centre 00606
KAHORO, Wachira Nairobi
PO Box 6561-00100
ETA Consult Ltd mbugua.kamau4@gmail.com

KABOCHI, Gakau PO Box 20119 -00200 Nairobi 0722517315

Municipal Council of Mombasa dwkahoro@yahoo.com


PO Box 387-80100 Mombasa KAMAU, Joseph Makumi
0726806429 / 0733987368
gakaukabochi@gmail.com M.O.P.W
PO Box 352 Ngong Hills
KAHURA, Benjamin Njenga
KABUAGE S.I engjmkamau@yahoo.com
Nairobi Metropolitan
PO Box 61816 Nairobi 0733759540
PO Box 843 - 00902 Nairobi
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Howard Humphreys
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PO Box 30156-00100 Nairobi
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0721365102
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0722410317
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0722219222
Kenya
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petermuthucinjiru@gmail.com 0724276356 0720238507

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Karnconsult KPA
NJONGE, Michael Mucheru
PO Box 13592 - 00800 Nairobi PO Box 14802 - 00100 Nairobi
Ministry of Roads
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NYAKUTI, Kennedy Otieno KURA
KERRA
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PO Box 30260 - 00100 Nairobi
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0722-224194
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KENHA
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PO Box 42659-00100 Nairobi
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ae PO Box 785 - 20117 Naivasha
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971508380076 godwinodhis@yahoo.com
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0721922393
bonyawade@yahoo.co.uk
725295039 OCHIENG, Joash
ODHIAMBO, Daniel Alphonse
Gibb Africa
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NYENZO, Lukania James PO Box 18046 - 00100 Nairobi
PO Box 54021-00200 Nairobi
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ogollam@yahoo.com
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H.P Gauff Consulting Engineers
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Nairobi PO Box 30491-00100 Nairobi PO Box 41727 - 00100 Nairobi
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0724-886929 0721936908
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OFWA, Thomas Omollo
Ministry of Transport
National Housing Corporation PO Box 67983 - 00200 Nairobi
PO Box 3929 - 00506 Nairobi
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ochiengbena@yahoo.com 0720901490 edwin.omolo@kpc.co.ke

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OMONDI, Eric Auma
OKEYO, Charles Dede KERRA
National Housing Corporation
M.O.P.W PO Box 7986 - 00300 Nairobi
PO Box 30257-00100 Nairobi
PO Box 40458 - 00100 Nairobi tnomai@yahoo.com
emorric@yahoo.com
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0722849664

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OKEYO, Joash Obilo
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KETRACO engineers civil & structural
PO Box 17892-00100 Nairobi
engineers
PO Box 34942 - 00100 Nairobi
onyuka@gmail.com
PO Box 52281-00200 Nairobi
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0722724745 mokayaombengi@yahoo.com
0722240058
OMONDI, Jared Otieno
OKOVA, Derek Wangaki KERRA
Libya Oil OMENDA, Mordecai Kere PO Box 104009-00101 Nairobi.
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0722477606 maxcadkere@wananchi.com
0722994534 OMONDI, Paul

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KERRA PO Box 11143 - 00400 Nairobi


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omondiosewe@yahoo.com
PO Box 760-00515 Nairobi KENHA
0722-811-444
0kumuronny@yahoo.com PO Box 76042-00508 Nairobi
0722653976 somer1712ke@yahoo.com/sam.
omers@gmail.com OMWENGA, Charles Ombati
PO Box 2902 - 40100 Kisumu
OLAWO, John Ongecha 0722602807
combatiomwenga@yahoo.com
M.O.P.W
0734242836 / 0715554189
PO Box 2492 KNH Nairobi OMOLO, Anthony
CAS Consultants
ONCHIRI, Richard Ocharo
OLOO, Bernard S PO Box 17520-20100 Nakuru MasindeMuliro
Ministry of Water Development omolo@anthonyisaacs.co.ke PO Box 2353-50100 Kakamega
PO Box 58438 - 00200 Nairobi 0722296327 roocharo@yahoo.com
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PO Box 14278-20100 NAKURU fredoyugah@gmail.com
mikeorege@gmail.com
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OREGE, Okwiri Carey
Water Service Provider
ONGONGO, Esilia Benjamin
PO Box 696- Kisii M.O.P.W
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onyari75@yahoo.com PO Box 61259 Nairobi
P.O BOX 30156-00100 GPO
0722354827
NAIROBI
ORONJE, Daniel Odongo
oesiliah@yahoo.com
ONYINKWA, Justus Morara Abdul Mallick Associates
0721-171234
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PO Box 41727-00100 Nairobi
oronjed@yahoo.com
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0722387186
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33584-00600 Nairobi
ORORA, Jairus Omwonyo
0723261870 OONGE, Zablon Isaboke
UoN Ministry of Roads & Public Works

PO Box 68221 - 00200 Nairobi PO Box 30260 Nairobi


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oongezi@gmail.com
KIBBIT
0733750231 ORURU, Josephat Matini
12999 Nakuru
Issar Telekom
montomwa@yahoo.com OPALA, Charles Apungu PO Box 52007-00100 Nairobi
KERRA
oruruj@yahoo.com
ONYANGO, David Otieno PO Box 3794 - 00100 Nairobi
0721290948
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44863 Nairobi OPATI, William Caleb
ORWA, John Onyango
Wanjohi Consulting Engineers
md@kiwasco.co.ke
PO Box 3271, 00200 Nairobi Lake Victoria South Services Board
0723686401
calebopati@yahoo.co.uk PO Box 16134 Nakuru

0722306748
ONYANGO, Elphas Omolo
ORWENYO, David Ogega
Ministry of Local Government OPIYO, Tom Odago KRB
PO Box 123 Suna ITEC Eng Ltd PO Box 16115 - 00100 Nairobi
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dorwenyo@krb.go.ke
0721296290 topiyo@itecengineering.co.ke
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simposano@yahoo.com moses.otieno@gmail.com bmowitti@yahoo.com
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0729907873

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BCEOM French Engineering H.P Gauff
Lake Vic Basin Comm
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PO Box 2087 - 00100 Nairobi
PO Box 9249 - 00100 Nairobi tootieno_kenya@yahoo.com
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EDCONS K LTD
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0717593456
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WASIKE, Philip Wanjala
U.O.N
WANJIE, David Ruhiu
NHC
PO Box 46445-Nairobi
Gathugu Civil Engineers
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0713028362
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ADELI, Richard Adegu
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KERRA 0722-285710
radeli@KENGEN.co.ke
PO Box 1857 - 00200 Nairobi
0710918584
WATHOME, Alex Mutunga
WANYALIKHA, Bramwel Juma Ministry of Roads & Public Works
ADHIAMBO, Michael Akoth
Kenya Pipeline PO Box 7530 - 00100 Nairobi
PO Box 151-Kisumu
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0722763736 0722457486
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UON
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PO Box 056 - 00606 Sarit Centre
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0722833128 / 0715442266
0722620956
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PO Box 576 - 50102 Mumias UON
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M.O.P.W Moi University M.O.P.W
PO Box 28, Mukerenju PO Box 55793 - 00200 Nairobi PO Box 9487 - 00200 Nairobi
hlkaane@yahoo.com khazenzirm@yahoo.com
GITICHE Paul Mwangi 0721970616 0733298311
Ericsson (K) Ltd
PO Box 6724-Nairobi KAIGUTHA, Joseph Irungu
KIBIRU, George Mwangi
paul.mg@live.com kaiguthajoe@yahoo.com
Ministry of Energy
0722804559 PO Box 51332 - 00200 Nairobi
PO Box 55708- 00200 Nairobi
0733874535
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0722364579
Kenya Power KANDIE, Silas Kiplagat
PO Box 3889 - 00100 Nairobi Geomax Consulting Engineers
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co.ke
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PO Box 8237 - 00300 Nairobi 0722-386490

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PO Box 785-20117 Naivasha Ministry of Roads & Public Works
HAGONO, Vincent tkarani@KENGEN.co.ke PO Box 1322-91100 MACHAKOS
Kenya Railways 0722480551 kihugaa@yahoo.com
PO Box 50639 - 00200 Nairobi 0724556113
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0722527459 Kenya Meteorological
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Department
PO Box 906-00517 Uhuru Self
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PO Box 703 Karen
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0722973142
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JABONGO, Gabriel Wasonga karvenyaguthi@yahoo.com
Nairobi City Council KETRACO

PO Box 64441 Nairobi PO Box 1574 - 00606 Nairobi


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info@gedox.net joelkiilu@yahoo.com
Ministry of Roads & Public Works
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tkiiru@kplc.co.ke kirabuielias@yahoo.com ekowuor@gmail.com
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Gamma System Ltd KPLC KCAA
PO Box 51939 - 00200 Nairobi PO Box 2069-00100 Nairobi PO Box 55388 Nairobi
mkirui@kplc.co.ke,mckirui@
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4451528 MMARETE Celestino Kinyua
0722-823172
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Kenya Power Ministry of Energy cmarete@yahoo.com
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akivihya@gmail.com KENGEN
KIMEMIA, Peter Njuguna 0736292779 PO Box 104695 - 00101 Nairobi
M.O.P.W cmaende@gmail.com
PO Box 63610 - 00619 Muthaiga KONES Joseph Kiptonui 0721-479446
pnkimemia@yahoo.com Kenya Pipeline

0722745301 PO Box 1723 Nakuru MAINA, Francis Muriithi


KPLC
KINITI Daniel Wakaba KORIR, Robert Kipkirui PO Box 12776-00100 Nairobi
Kenya Power
PO Box 16457 Nakuru fmuriithi@kplc.co.ke/
PO Box 575 - 00600 Nairobi mainafmuriithi@gmail.com
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karaapkorir@yahoo.com 0721255477
0733833489
0722-840208
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KINUTHIA, Peter Mungai
KOSKE, Raymond Kirui Bamburi Cement Co
Kenya Power
M.O.W PO Box 125 - 00204 Athi River
PO Box 942-00502 Nairobi
PO Box 76458 -00508 Nairobi jmaingi2010@gmail.com
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Ndungu
Mabati Rolling Mills Kenya power
M.O.W
PO Box 72577 - 00200 Nairobi PO Box 32368 - 00600 Nairobi
PO Box 50645-00200 Nairobi
pmakau@electromag.co.ke mmriuki@bezalengineering.com
0722363597 0721390464
MBURU, Joseph Jack
KTDA
MANYASI, John Buka PO Box 2497-00621 Nairobi MUSILI, Lucas Ndungo
Kenya Railways joseph.mburu@runji.co.ke Ministry of Roads & Public Works
PO Box 62937 - 00200 Nairobi 0722855436 PO Box 1856, Machakos
jbmanyasi@yahoo.com
0722875356 MUITA, Benjamin Kinyua MUSYIMI Justus Muthungu
Kiter Engineering ltd
KENGEN
PO Box 59116- 00200 Nairobi
MARCEL Ohanga Odhiambo PO Box 13479-00800 Nairobi
muitabk@yahoo.com
MOTAC sperrinjim@yahho.co.uk
0722524254
3 villa Dubai, I92 MUSTANG 0724763520
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africa MUSYOKA, Anthony Mwendwa
Kenya Airports Authority
marcel_odhiambo@yahoo.com PO Box 3550 - 00506 Nairobi Kenya Power
0713-049382 christopher.mumali@ PO Box 62183 - 00200 Nairobi
kenyaairports.co.ke
0722880075
MAUNDU, Samson Nyika MUSYOKA, Cornelius Musembi
Nairobi City Council Bamburi Cement
MUMO, David Mututo
PO Box 73878, City Square PO Box 402-00100 Nairobi
Nairobi PO Box 66402-00800 Nairobi
musyokaengineer@yahoo.com
davidmumo@locketmail.com
snmaundu@yahoo.co.uk
0723-712515
0722-364956
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MUNUKU, Gabriel Karanja UNILEVER
MBITI, Francis Kyalo
Ministry of Transport PO Box 20-20200 Kericho
Ministry of Roads & Public Works
PO Box 9282 - 00100 Nairobi silasmutuerandu@yahoo.com
PO Box 41191 Nairobi gkmunuku@gmail.com 0722803848
0722-524483
MBUGUA, Abraham Karanja
MUTURI, Joseph Munoru
Nairobi City Council MURIITHI, Benson
Kenya Power
PO Box 16751 - 00100 Nairobi KPLC
PO Box 15085 - 00509 Nairobi
abrahamkaranja101@yahoo.com PO Box 30099-001000 NAIROBI
muturi_joseph@yahoo.com
0722-737701 bmuriithi@kplc.co.ke
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jmwangi@kplc.co.ke sndirangu@kplc.co.ke
MWAKINA, B Mrambo 0722766601 0722215326
Ministry of Energy and Petroleum
PO Box 52105 - 00200 Nairobi
MWANGI, Simon Mathenge NENGO, Musungu Kennedy
bmwakina@gmail.com
Kenya Power KPLC
0733709989
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smwangi@kplc.co.ke nengokennedy@gmail.com
MWALIMO, Gilbert Mwakazi
0722785695/ 717720363 0720831325
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0722-867694
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KAA 0722-270084 0721202098

PO Box 73652 Nairobi


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co.ke Petrotrack Engineers KPLC
0722696867 PO Box 308-00618 Nairobi gngugi@kplc.co.ke
jmwaniki@petrotrack.co.ke/
MWANGI, David Munene info@petrotrack.co.ke
NGUNU, Peter Ngigi
Kenya Power 0722521777
Spel Consulting Engineers
PO Box 32661 - 00600 Nairobi
PO Box 50091 - 00200 Nairobi
DMWANGI55@YAHOO.COM MWONGELA, Paul Wambua
Peter.Ngunu@gmail.com
0714610026/0722741601 KCAA
0722-719560
PO Box 30689 Nairobi
MWANGI, Elijah
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UoN
MYATU Daniel Mutisya P.
PO Box 30197-00100 Nairobi Nairobi City Council
PO Box 309 - 00204 Athi River
mwangiel2010@gmail.com PO Box 64482-00620 Nairobi
daniel.myatu@gmail.com
0725949898 tmordecai@gmail.com
0722323981
0722-681624
MWANGI, Francis Mbugua
NDEGWA, Daniel Muhinya
M.O.P.W NGURU, John Kamau
Kenya Power
PO Box 52468-00200 Magadi Soda Company
PO Box 64530 - 00620 Nairobi
fmbugua62@gmail.com PO Box 01-00205 Magadi
0721732078 dndegwa@kplc.co.ke
NGURUJK@YAHOO.COM
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aberdare_eng@yahoo.com 00100 Nairobi
nomondi@kplc.co.ke
0733834390 info@elpalkenya.com
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0712236681
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OHAGA, Eric Owino
KENGEN ODERO Joseph
PO Box 90104 - 80100 Mombasa
PO Box 559 - 00502 Nairobi PO Box 50222 Nairobi
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0721897978
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NJOROGE, Robert Kariuki OJENDO, Dominic


ODHIAMBO, Emelda Anyango
Kenya Power GIBB AFRICA
Ultimate Engineering Ltd
PO Box 397-00618 Nairobi PO Box 12661 - 00100 Nairobi
PO Box 70376-00100 Nairobi
njoroge@kplc.co.ke
emelda@kplc.co.ke
0721286332 OKETCH, Joseph Odongo
0722529531
ERC
NJUGUNA, James Gitau PO Box 418 Kitengela
ODUOR, Jasper Omondi
KPLC
joseph.oketch@erc.go.ke
Kenya Power
PO Box 4722 - 01002 Thika
PO Box 5647- 00100 Nairobi 0722890187
jagitau@gmail.com
0721958819 jasperoduor2000@yahoo.com
0720927785 OKONGO Andrew kemosi
Telecom
NYAGILO Charles Edward
ODWAR, Nicholas Okello PO Box 5768-00100 Nairobi
PHILAGE ENG. LTD
PO Box 12553-00100 NAIROBI KCAA akemosi@yahoo.com

charles@philage.co.ke PO Box 6983 - 00100 Nairobi 0770002490

0722778396
OGADA, Dan O. OLANDO, Gordon Ngwono
NYAMBAKA, Joel Atuti Kenya Power Ngilu & Associates
Kenya Civil Aviation Authority PO Box 14955 - 00100 Nairobi PO Box 664 - 00606 Sarit Centre
PO Box 19031 Nairobi Nairobi
dogada@kplc.co.ke
janyambaka@kcaa.or.ke syldon@wananchi.com
0722604553
0722861473
OCHIENG, Kenneth Munda
OGADA, Martin Otieno
Dupont Co USA OLE-KHABI, T G Njoroge
UNILEVER KENYA LTD
PO Box 51996 - 00200 Nairobi Howard humpreys
PO Box 30062-00100 NAIROBI
kenneth.munda@gmail.com PO Box 18269-00100 Nairobi
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M.O.W M.O.P.W PO Box 59947 - 00100 Nairobi
PO Box 44114-00100 Nairobi PO Box 4922 - 00100 Nairobi aruna@ashwin@yahoo.com

donn@donnconsultants.co.ke
RODGERS Adai
OSEWE, Daniel Nyandega
Arm Engineering
OMOSO Lucas Okebe M.O.P.W PO Box 4285-00200 Nairobi
Kenya Railways PO Box 6522 Nairobi adai@armengineering.co.ke
PO Box 2612 - 00200 Nairobi 0733676036
info@oddmaceng.com OTHIENO, Jared Omondi
Kenya Power ROTICH, Lamik
0733729939
PO Box 73442 - 00200 Nairobi
PO Box 12415 - 00100 Nairobi
lamik.rotich@kpc.co.ke
ONGALO William Madara jothieno@kplc.co.ke
0722615652
KPLC 0722768761

PO Box 33744-00600 Ngara Nrb RUGANO, Joseph Kamuyu


wmadara@kplc.co.ke OTHUON, Peter Ochieng PO Box 41191 - 00100 Nairobi
Kenya Ports Authority jkrugano@yahoo.com
PO Box 99101 - 80107 Mombasa 0719169978
ONGEWE, Victor Johnson
E.A.P & L Co
RWARA, Joseph Kariuki Mwangi
OTIENO, James
PO Box 51449-00200 Nairobi PO Box 67569 - 00200 Nairobi
Bamburi Cement Co
vongewe@gmail.com kariukij@kplc.co.ke
PO Box 97104 Mombasa 0726322004
0722238274

OUNA, Solomon SCOTT, Peter Fraser


ONYANCHA, George
Kenya Railways PO Box 15130-00509
Rural Electrication Authority
PO Box 51488 - 00200 Nairobi mdsurtech@swiftkenya.com
PO Box 34585 - 00100 Nairobi 0733618641
solomonouna@gmail.com
george.morara@yahoo.com/
gonyancha@rea.co.ke 0726699225
SENAJI, Thomas Anyanje
0720-806-248 Kenya Posts & Telecommunications
OUNGO, Benson Bunde PO Box 41033 - 00100 Nairobi
ONYANGO, Grace Laura Apiyo Kenya Railways
PO Box 34585 - 00100 Nairobi SIMIYU, Tom Kiprop
PO Box 51604-00200 Nairobi
bboungo2001@yahoo.com/ Energy Regulatory Commission
graceonyango1980@gmail.com
bbunde@rea.co.ke PO Box 42681-00100 Nairobi
0721913792
0722805428 tom.simiyu@arc.go.ke
0725396203
OOKO, Charles Lwanga
OWUOR, Maurice Onyango
KPLC SITATI, Stanley Simiyu
Kenya Power
PO Box 60093 - 00200Nairobi Moi University
PO Box 2691 Mombasa PO Box 1454 - 30100 Eldoret
ch-ooko@yahoo.com
mowuor@kplc.co.ke simiyusitati@yahoo.com
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MECHANICAL
Huawei Technology
PO Box 8532-00100 Nairobi PO Box 78455-Nairobi

jkipchumba@huawei.com ADEGU, Boaz Bosire


WANYOIKE, Robert Macharia Orpower 4 Inc.
0722205189
Nairobi Water Company PO Box 4327 00100 Nairobi
41355 - 80100 Mombasa
TSUMA, Fanuel Dirack
KPLC ATEKA Mukaka Nathan
WASHIKA, Tony
PO Box 90104-80100 Mombasa PO Box 90401-80100 Nairobi
Kenya Pipeline
nathanateka@yahoo.com
ftsuma@kplc.co.ke
PO Box 73442 - 00100 Nairobi
0733902237
0722707083
Tony.washika@kpc.co.ke
0722770039
ATONGA, Joseph Ouma
Vincent Odhiambo Ouma
Kenya Ports Authority
PO Box 34503 - 00100 Nairobi WAWERU, John Njuguna
PO Box 99586 Mombasa
voouma@yahoo.com Kenya Posts &
Telecommunications jatonga@kpa.co.ke
0724144981
PO Box 50086 Nairobi 0722-414472

WAITHAKA, Eliud Ngahu


WEKESA, John Martin Situma AUMA, Stephen Wasinda
Ministry of Transport
Kenya Power Plumbers without Frontiers
PO Box 8392 - 00300 Nairobi PO Box 13366 - 00100 Nairobi
PO Box 21979 - 00400 Nairobi
eliudngahu@yahoo.com steveauma2000@yahoo.com
jwekesa@kplc.co.ke
0722241274 0722574837
0722728717

WALELA, Michael WERU, Mwangi Irungu BEGISEN John Khamasi


PO Box 51979 - 00200 NAIROBI KCC Ltd PO Box 55328 - 00200 Nairobi
m.walela@gmail.com PO Box 1434-00502 Nairobi john.begisen@yahoo.com
0721404086 miweru@yahoo.com 0722709097
0724989266
WAMUKOTA, Antony Tawayi BEJA, Boniface Bajabaja.

Ketraco WESECHERE, Shadrack Public Works

PO Box 8733 - 00100 Nairobi KCAA PO Box 12059 Mombasa


PO Box 13002,-00100 Nairobi
BINGA, Richard Ngichabe
WANYAMA, Victor Wetala
WASIOYA, Buge Hatibu Kenya Police
Public Works
ERC PO Box 31052-00600 Nairobi
PO Box 41191 - 00100 Nairobi
P.O Box 42681 - 00100 Nairobi ngichabe@yahoo.com
nyamsv@yahoo.com
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James Finlay TKL (KP&TC) M.O.P.W
PO Box 160 Kericho PO Box 66052 - 00800 Nairobi
PO Box 61184 - 00200 Nairobi
birgenkc@gmail.com egikungi@yahoo.com
solokagiri@yahoo.com
0722539130 0722-872393
222837942

BONDET Isaac Kiptanui GITAHI, Titus Ndonga


PO Box 9487-Nairobi Ministry of Energy KANAKE, Justus Muriungi

ikbondet@gmail.com PO Box 61279, 00200, Nairobi Metroeng Consultants


0722513470 gitahitn@yahoo.com PO Box 47201-00100 Nairobi
0722801529
dgmjmk@yahoo.com/metroeng@
BONE, Eliud Wanyonyi metroeng.co.ke
KENGEN IKINU, John Waitiki 0722768406
PO Box 785-20117 Nairobi Office of the President(Police
dept)
ewanyonyi@KENGEN.co.ke
PO Box 1159 Kiambu KANDIE, Philemon Kiprop
0724-507969
ikinujohn@yahoo.com PO Box 5017- 30100 Eldoret
0724-627809 pkkandie2000@yahoo.com
CHEGE, John Kihara
Kenya Pipeline 0722859950
IKUA, Bernard Wamuti
PO Box 23803-00100 Nairobi
JKUAT
john.chege@kpc.co.ke KARANJA, David Kahara
PO Box 62000-00200 - Nairobi
0723-267087 M.O.P.W
ikua_bw@eng.jkuat.ac.ke
0722-286264 PO Box 41191 - 00100 Nairobi
CHEPTINGA, James
engkaranjadk@yahoo.com
MoPW JUMA, Collins Gordon 0722651259
PO Box 41191 - 00100 Nairobi Kenya Nuclear Energy Board
mechplus2009@gmail.com PO Box 62287-00200 Nairobi
0722339085 KARANJA, Samuel Njiraini
cjuma@nuclear.co.ke
0722525890 Min of Roads
ENDEKI, Ndeda Duncan PO Box 626 Gatundu
MOPW KACHILA Philemon njiraini2008@yahoo.com
PO Box 41191-00100 Nairobi GDC 0733566931
dndedda@gmail.com PO Box 3152-Nairobi
0722-395714
KARIGI, Patrick Mungai
KAGIRI, David Nderitu
GATUNGU, Charles Newton PO Box 8539 - 00300 Nairobi
KENGEN
M.O.P.W PO Box 4038, Nakuru pmkarigi@yahoo.com
PO Box 41191 Nairobi dkagiri@KENGEN.co.ke 0722860256 / 0736817431
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JKUAT Engconsult Consulting Engineers KCAA
PO Box 12279 - 00400 Nairobi Ltd PO Box 34391 Nairobi
engkariuki@eng.jkuat.ac.ke/ PO Box 75125 - 00200 Nairobi
engkamau@yahoo.co.uk amkihara@yahoo.com
KIPCHIRCHIR, Stephen Melly
67-52711 0733392367
MoPW
KIHURIA, Lewis Njubi PO Box 5766 - 00100
KAROBIA, Boniface Nyuguto skmelly@gmail.com
Ministry of Transport
Ministry of Roads & Public Works 0722460815
PO Box 1783 -20100 Nakuru
PO Box 73895 Nairobi njubikihuria@yahoo.com
bonyk2001@yahoo.com 0752-077492 KIRUI, Simon Kibet
0722483294 KENGEN
KILIMO, Philemon Cheptorus PO Box 2069 - 00100 Nairobi
KARUNGU, Thomas M.O.P.W
skirui@KENGEN.co.ke
Ministry of Roads & Public Works PO Box 13056 Nairobi
PO Box 15138 - 00100 Nairobi
KISALI, Douglas Omenda
karungut@hotmail.com KIMANI, Joseph Phillip
Nairobi Water Co Industrial Plant
0722863731
PO Box 7588-00100 Nairobi PO Box 64019 - 00620 Nairobi
jkimani@nairobiwater.co.ke dougomenda@gmail.com
KATHANGA, Fredrick Muchoki
0722513306 0767210247
Min of Roads
PO Box 30043-00100 Nairobi
KIMANI, Samson kungu KUTELI, Japheth Kakai
fmkathanga@yahoo.com PO Box 205, Embu KPC
0722395022 skimani@KENGEN.co.ke PO Box 55328-00200 Nairobi
0722304224
jakukaku@yahoo.com
KAWA, Francis Kioo
0722767004
KENGEN KIMATHI, Derick
PO Box 205 Embu Derdols Tech Services Ltd
PO Box 3751 00506 Nairobi KWOBA, Thaddeus Ngala
fkawa@KENGEN.co.ke
0722304221 kimathi@derdols.co.ke Chemical Pharmaceuticals
0722364941 Products
PO Box 61291 - 00200 Nairobi
KERAMA, Leopold Nyanyuki
KIMEU Jonathan Mbutu tkwoba@yahoo.com
Wringley(E.A) Ltd
Oil Libya 0722593043
PO Box 11285-00100
PO Box 6227-00200 NAIROBI
ikerama@wrigley.com
jonathankimeu@gmail.com LANGAT, Cosmos Kiprotich
0722496962 0723465295
Brooke Bond Kenya
KHAN, Mohamed Akram PO Box 56693 - 00200 Nairobi
KIMUHU, Maina D. Reuben
H.P Gauff Geomax Consulting Engineers 0722968169
PO Box 40920 - 00100 Nairobi PO Box 73406, 00200, Nairobi
akhan@gauff.com makenga@kenyaweb.com LITONDO, John Morrison
020-44452966 0722-528397 M&E Consulting Engineers
PO Box 5744- 00100 Nairobi
KIBATHI Elijah Mukuru KINGOLA, Samuel Nthei jmlitondo@gmail.com
Geomax Consulting Engineers
KENGEN
PO Box 4260 - 00506 Nairobi MMUTIRITHIA Bernard Ngore
PO Box 205, Embu
info@sanix.co.ke/kingola@sanix.
ekibathi@KENGEN.co.ke Top Quality Auto Ltd
co.ke
0722661297 0722858032 PO Box 7605-00200 Nairobi
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PO Box 9362 - 00100 Nairobi KPC Nairobi City Council
machirak@eng.jkuat.ac.ke
PO Box 22064-00100 NAIROBI PO Box 59014 - 00200 Nairobi
bkabue@gmail.com 0722720512
MAHAGA, Donald Fredrick
0713737364
AFRICAOILKENYA BV
PO Box 34235 - 00100 Nairobi MESOPIR Ledama Ole
MATHENGE, Isaac Kariuki
dmahaga@gmail.com Letan ltd
Rex Consultants
0722-303488 PO Box 39264-00623, Nairobi
PO Box 73878 - 00200 Nairobi
letanlimited@yahoo.co.uk
MAIKO, Clement Nyagwachi rexcons@wananchi.com
0723740817
KENGEN 0722956400

PO Box 30269-00100 Nairobi


MAUNDA, Jacob Osida MIBEY, Joel Kiprono
cmaiko@KENGEN.co.ke
Nairobi City Water& Sewage Co Kenya Airways

MAINA, Samuel Kamau PO Box 217-00507 Viwandani NBI PO Box 19002 Nairobi

Wet Projects jmaunda@nairobiwater.co.ke jmibey@hotmail.com


PO Box 787 - 00600 Nairobi 0722-664669
wetproject@yahoo.com MOGUSU, Saul Oguta
0722338871 MAWEU, Boniface Muli LOADLINE Engineering Services
Ministry of Roads and Public sauloguta@yahoo.co.uk
works
MAITERI, Alex Kamau 0702639536
PO Box 30043 - 00100 Nairobi
PO Box 75437 Nairobi
bonifacemuli@yahoo.com
maiteri@nbi.ispkenya.com
0722402534 MOKAYA, Henry Momanyi
0722-518879
Kenya Bureau of Stds
MAYAKA, Abel NyakundI PO Box 52628 Nairobi
MAKHANU, Francis Xavier
Kenya Power Multi Media Univerisity College mokayah@mohemkorp.com

PO Box 26560 - 00100 Nairobi PO Box 15653-00503 Nairobi 557768/2522917

fmakhanu@KENGEN.co.ke abnmayaka@yahoo.com

0720-893465 0723082890 MUCHOKI, Anthony Kariuki


Kenya Shell Ltd
MAKHULO, Gilbert Bwire MBOGO, Sospeter Francis
PO Box 1419 - 00618 Ruaraka
Howard Humpreys Kenya Power
amuchoki@petrotrack.co.ke
PO Box 12198 - 00100 Nairobi PO Box 306 - 00200 Nairobi
0722842887
smbogo@KENGEN.coke
MARANGA, Stephen Moffat 0722-868134
MUGUNA, Nahason Maingi
JKUAT
Nairobi Water
PO Box 62000 - 00200 Nairobi MBUGUA, Joseph Mungai
KERRA PO Box 3297 00-506 Nairobi
smmaranga@yahoo.com
6752444 PO Box 100 Thika nmuguna@nairobiwater.co.ke
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The Kenya Roads Board (KRB) is a statutory body and coordinate the maintenance, rehabilitation and
established by the Kenya Roads Board Act No. 7 of development funded by the fund and to advise the
1999. The object and purpose for which the Board is Cabinet Secretary on Transport & Infrastructure on all
established is to oversee the road network in Kenya matters related thereto.

Mission
To fund, oversee and coordinate road
development, rehabilitation and
maintenance. We shall ensure prudent
sourcing and optimal utilization of
resources for socio-economic
development.

Vision
An ecient road network for a
prosperous Nation

KRB Fund Historical Collections KRB Fund


The Kenya Roads Board Fund comprises of road The following chart of the historical collections indicates
maintenance levy and transit tolls. The Fund is allocated that the Fund has been on an upward growth from 2001.
to Kenya National Highways Authority, Kenya Rural Roads The fuel levy rate has grown from Kshs. 5.80/= per litre of
Authority, Kenya Urban Roads Board and the Kenya petrol/diesel (2000) to Kshs. 9/= currently
Wildlife Service

Kenya Wildlife Service, 1% Development, 10% Operations, 2%

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Masinde Muliro Kabyanga University College Howard Humphreys
PO Box 2227-30100 Eldoret PO Box 21170 - 00505 Nairobi PO Box 26603 - 00100 Nairobi
muhamedswaleh@gmail.com mutaijk@yahoo.com
nmkariuki@yahoo.com
0722-310094
0721225282
MUNGATANA, Mwaka
Tsavo Power Ltd MUTEMA, James Kanyua
PO Box 95817 |Mombasa SELF EMPLOYED MWAKIMA, Vald

mwakam@africaonline.co.ke PO Box 42553 - 00100 Nairobi KENGEN


0722705723 jamesmutema@yahoo.com PO Box 205 - 60100 Nairobi
0722-750-367 vmwakima@KENGEN.co.ke
MUNYINGI, David Nganga 0722800314
MOPW MUTIA, Samuel Mwendwa
PO Box 10368 - 00100 Nairobi Northstar
MWANGI, Francis Muriithi
dmunyingi@gmail.com PO Box 52261-00200 Nairobi
smutia@gmail.com Kenya Power
0722853196
PO Box 3707 Thika

MURIITHI , James Ndereba MUTUA, Anthony Mwendwa fmwangi@bel.co.ug


Kenya Power KENHA +256752237766
PO Box 6225-00100 Nairobi PO Box 40365 - 00100 Nairobi

jamesmuriithi6@gmail.com tonze.mutua@gmail.com
MWANGI. Hiram Muturi
0722764448
0722516968
Ministry of Public Works

MUTURA, John Gaitho PO Box 22635 - 00100 Nairobi


MURIUKI, David Muchoki
Ministry of Roads and Public mwangihm@yahoo.com
KPC
works
PO Box 72443 - 00200 Nairobi 0721329716
PO Box 7369-00100 - Nairobi
dmuchoki@gmail.com
jogmutura@yahoo.com
0722676717.00 MWANIKI, Andrew Wahome
0722-390-847
Asahi Consulting Ltd
MUSAU, Stanley Kalile PO Box 54529-00200
MUTWANGAO, Francis
Atlfs Copco Ltd
Total co. awahome@asahiconsulting.com
PO Box 18084 - 00100 Nairobi
PO Box 4951 -00100 Nairobi 0722-297830
smkalile@yahoo.com/stanley. mutwangao@totaluganda.co.ug
musau@ng.atlascopco.com
0722574538/752793078
0724716263/+234 706 418 3400 MWATHANI, Julius Micheni
Ministry of Energy
MWADALI, David Ngoma
MUSYOKI Shadrack Nthusi PO Box 30582 - 00100 Nairobi
Kenya Railways
Vecta Consultants
PO Box 1442 Wundanyi engmwathani@yahoo.com
PO Box 2839-Nairobi
dmwadali@krc.co.ke 0722686455
snthusi@hotmail.com
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EAST AFRICAN BREWERIES KENGEN JKUAT
PO Box 28761 Nairobi PO Box 62429 - 00200 Nairobi PO Box 56467 Nairobi
philemon.mwawasi@eabl.com spnganga@yahoo.com/
wkimoti1@yahoo.com/wkimoti@
0720-833-256 KENGEN.co.ke spnganga@eng.jkuat.ac.ke
0722360630
0724694932
MWENDA, Salim
Ministry of Roads & Public Works NGENO, Alexander Kiprono
NDIRITU, Hiram Muriithi
PO Box 1397 Kilifi M&E Consulting Engineers
s.mwenda@yahoo.com JKUAT
PO Box 2839-00100 Nairobi
0724955584 PO Box 62000-00200 Nairobi
vtechconsult@yahoo.com
hndiritu@eng.jkuat.ac.ke 0721-536611
MWIRICHIA, Kaburu 0722421672
ERC
NGANGA, Clement Nduati
PO Box 2194 - 00200 Nairobi
NDUGUYU Gilbert Tindivale TSC (Thika TTI)
kaburu.mwirichia@erc.go.ke
KPC PO Box 62000 - 00200 Nairobi
2847200
PO Box 1583 - 00100 Nairobi clementnganga10@yahoo.com
0734-625702
NABENDE, Maurice Simiyu gilbertnduguyu@kpc.co.ke
Ministry of Roads & Public Works 0722397019
NGENO Andrew Kipkemoi
PO Box 3312 - 30200 Kitale
nabende07@yahoo.com Kenya Seed Co. LTD
NDUNGU, Simon Kimani
0723-250733 PO Box 553-30200 KITALE
Min of Public Works
andrewngeno@yahoo.com
PO Box 54056-00200 Nairobi 0735170040
NDEDA, Joshua Ooro
M.O.P.W kimanisn2001@yahoo.com

PO Box 50257 - 00200 Nairobi 0720812805 NGESU, Bernard Kilundo


jondeda@roadsnet.go.ke Eveready EA Ltd
0722-806355 NGANGA John Mwangi PO Box 3680 - 00200 Nairobi

PO Box 13672- 20100 Nairobi 0720115091


NDERITU, Charles Macharia
jnganga@mechanical.go.ke
Ministry of Water Development NGONDO, Duncan Muchiri
0726340638
PO Box 1961-60100 EMBU Howard Humphreys
cmnderitu66@yahoo.com
PO Box 64203 Nairobi
0722308966 NGANGA, Joseph Njogu
Kenya Power
NGUGI, Joel Maina Kahiti
NDIEWO Dick Omondi PO Box 463 - 00606 Sarit Centre
Nairobi KENGEN
Iber Africa Power EA
PO Box 811 - 60100 Embu
PO Box 231 - 00507 Nairobi joe.nganga@erc.go.ke
ingugi@KENGEN.co.ke
ndiewo2001@yahoo.com 0733718086
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Prime Consult MOPW KENGEN
PO Box 1200 Mombasa PO Box 3447 - 00100 Nairobi PO Box 3663 - 80100 Mombasa
info@primeconsult.co.ke atefnya@yahoo.com jodumbe@KENGEN.co.ke

0721755355 0722309986
NJIRU John Kithinji
Howard Humpreys EA LTD ODUOR, Edwin Saul Owino
NYAROTHO, Julius Omutekete
PO Box 101349-Nairobi Kaburu Okello & Partners
PO Box 2424-40100 Kisumu
jknjiru@gmail.com PO Box 5647 - 00100 Nairobi
nyarothoj@yahoo.com
0722416801
edwinsowino@gmail.com
0722-335069
0720927785
NJOROGE Kenneth Dickson
Plant Makers Ltd NZUKA, Charles Musili
OGOLA, Julius Maima
PO Box 33698-00200 Nairobi M.O.P.W
UON
knjoroge100@gmail.com PO Box 286 Mwingi
PO Box 50939-00200 Nairobi
0727440345
julius.maima@gmail.com
OANYA, Fredrick Ogendi
0733-952777
NJOROGE, James Mwangi Min.of. Roads
Consultant PO Box 38-60300 Isiolo
OKUN Yakubu Otieno
PO Box 16989 - 00620 Nairobi fredrickoanya@yahoo.com
SELF EMPLOYEED
jnmwangi@kurrent.co.ke
0723-031815
PO Box 89070-80100 Mombasa
0722849415
otieno_okun@yahoo.com
OBATH, Patrick Ochieng
NYAKUNDI, Simeon Onyiego 0720571490
PO Box 1535 - 00606 Nairobi
Ministry of Roads & Public Works
patrick.p.obath@ksl.shell.com OMONDI, James Otieno
PO Box 90663 -80100 Mombasa
simeonnyakundi@ymail.com PO Box 17-00618 Ruaraka
OBUDHO, Erick Nyamburi engmanjjo@gmail.com
0722735511
East African Portland Cement 0722-786-288
NYANCHAMA, Godfrey Ondieki PO Box 1402-00200 NAIROBI

PO Box 3657 - 40100 Kisumu enyamburi@yahoo.com ONIMBO, Nathaniel Ngesa


ondiekinyan@yahoo.com 0722357941 M.O.P.W
0724554993 PO Box 41191 - 00100 Nairobi
ODOYO Kennedy Abielo
NYANGASI, George Oduwo Ministry of Works ONZERE, Fred
University of Nairobi PO Box 41191-00100 Nairobi Lite consultants
PO Box 7411-00100 Nairobi PO Box 101-30106 Turbo
odoyoab@yahoo.com
gonyangasi@unbi.ac.ke Onzere.fred54@gmail.com
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OSIDIANA D.B SANG Anthony Kigen THUKU, Lawrence Gatama


Self KPC Ministry of Energy
PO Box 75223 - 00200 Nairobi PO Box 73442-00200 Nairobi PO Box 49720 Nairobi
dbosidiana@yahoo.com anthony.sang@gmail.com thuku.gatama@yahoo.com
0720291073 0722865716 0726057440

OTIENO, Wellington SEMO, Julius Johnstone Ndoli VARSANI, Ratna Mavji


M.O.W PO Box 610 - 00100 Nairobi Varsani Associates
PO Box 50587 - 00200 Nairobi juliussemo@yahoo.com PO Box 325 - 00606 Nairobi
wabongo@gibbinternational.com 0722866158 info@varsaniassoc.com
0722807055
3740882
SHILISIA, Patrick Mmbolo
OUMA, James Musewe
Mumias Sugar Co WAGANA, Gerald Mukuha
Total Kenya Ltd
PO Box 1122 Kakamega World Vision
PO Box 34503-00100 Nairobi
Pshilisia@yahoo.com PO Box 51279-00200, Nairobi
james.ouma@total.co.ke
0721581001 geraldwagana@yahoo.com
0737627077
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SIGEI, Joel Kipchirchir
OWINO, Patrick Odhiambo
Feradon Associates WAKACHUNGA, Edmond
NYC Saratuki
PO Box 68140-00200 Nairobi
PO Box 6017-00300 Nairobi Feradon Associates
powino63@gmail.com
PO Box 7375-00300 Nairobi
SONDHI J R
0724826689
wakachunga@yahoo.com
Mbaraki Port Warehouses (K) Ltd
0723886732
OYUGI, Joseph Otieno PO Box 80066 Mombasa

Kenya Industrial Research mpw-stl@mbaraki.com


WALUMBE, Isaiah Max Misiko
PO Box 34820 - 00100 Nairobi 202229062
M&E Consulting Engineers
josephoyugi@yahoo.com
PO Box 53748 - 00200 Nairobi
0722525103 SONDHI K.R
PO Box 82234-80100 Mombasa
WAMBUGU, Charles Theuri
ROTICH, Abel Kipkoech reefmsa@swiftmombasa.com
KENGEN
Kenya Power 0733612298
PO Box 33433-00600 Nairobi
PO Box 41903 Mombasa
cwambugu@KENGEN.co.ke
arotich@KENGEN.co.ke THITAI, Richard Githaiga
0722350915 Ministry of Roads & Public Works
WAMBUGU, Mercy Muthoni
PO Box 4186-01002
ROTICH, Gerald Kipkoech Madaraka,Thika Vivo

PO Box 23167 - 00100 Nairobi richardthitai@yahoo.com PO Box 60049 Nairobi

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PO Box 2472 -00202 Nairobi PO Box 7058 - 00300, Nairobi PO Box 460 - 00200 Nairobi
j.gwamburu@yahoo.com
mauzitoo@yahoo.com
0721532322/0733712994
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WANGA, Javan Wanyama
PO Box 30043 Nairobi
KERRA
muchina.kiangai@yahoo.com
PO Box 85401-80100 Mombasa
jwanga@kpa.co.ke 0721326998

0733982573

Electrical Engineering Consultants


1st Floor Raki EPZ Complex O Thika rd, next to Barclays bank. P.O Box 308-00618
Nairobi, Kenya. Tel: +25420 2115662 Fax: 8565022 Cell phone: +254722-521777.
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ADHAN, Mohamed Nur benk070@gmail.com 0722483313

Min.of Agric 0733684005

P.O Box1034, Garissa MUNYWOKI, Mwaniki Alfred

adhanmanur@gmail.com KIPTANUI, Amos Kibor Ministry of Water


Ministry of Agriculture PO Box 31 - 70100 GARISSA
0722902391
PO Box 37-20105- Mogotio ammunywoki@yahoo.com

ANYIKA, Fredrick Machine 0722592215


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Japan Port Consultants
PO Box 38534-00623 Nairobi MUTUKU, John Mutua
PO Box 3909-00200 Nairobi
mos.muriuki@gmail.com Unilever East Africa
fremair@yahoo.com
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HAMISI, Juma Mutura
Ministry of Water and Irrigation MWAMRIZI, Constantine M
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hmutura@gmail.com
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0722-274785
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IRO, Basil Tito
Ministry of energy MWASIAGI, Josphat Igadwa
Masinde Muliro University
PO Box 1869 - 20200 Kericho Moi University
PO Box 2856-40100 Kisumu
emkirui@yahoo.co.uk PO Box 6977 Eldoret
basil_iro@yahoo.com
0721410092 igadwa@gmail.com
0722498774
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KAMWERE, Michael Muchiri
Ministry of Water and Irrigation NJUGUNA, Richard Maina
MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE
PO Box 9179 Eldoret PO Box 58240 - 00200 Nairobi
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mjohnlangat@yahoo.com rmnjuguna2004@yahoo.com
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PO Box 72398-00200, Nairobi P.O Box 3033-00200, Nairobi
PO Box 199 Athi River
vicnyambane@yahoo.com
cayteed@gmail.com
0723280464 rwaru@yahoo.com

0722658196
ABDULMAJID, Salim J
OCHOLA, Quintine Omondi
Comm Devt Trust Fund KURA

PO Box 100237-00101 Nairobi SEREM, Paul Kipkoech P.O Box 42186 Mombasa
ochola_omondi@yahoo.com Kerio Valley Dev. Authority abdulmajidj@yahoo.com
0720-363105 0733316061
PO Box 204-30100 Iten

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ABUTO, George Omondi
Ministry of Agriculture 0722443914 ENGICONSULT
PO Box 3578-40100 Kisumu P.O Box 42256-00100 Nairobi
odoyobittar@yahoo.com WAKHU, Isaac Ngugi goabuto@gmail.com
0717-329295 0720775219/0735010723
Ministry of Agriculture

PO Box 755 Molo


ACHIENG, Jacton Mwembe
ONYANGO, Ruth Amondi ingugiwakhu@yahoo.com
BAC Engineering and Architecture
Rural Focus Ltd. 0722679442 7488-00200,.Nairobi
PO Box 1011-104000 Nanyuki
jactonm@yahoo.com
omondirus@yahoo.com
WANDIA , Jedidah Maina 0722168031
0721441651
MAK CONSULTING ENGINEERS
OTIENO, Meshack Oduor LTD ADEDE, Abungu Daniel
NCC Mumias P.O BOX 73406-00200 NAIROBI GIBB AFRICA
PO Box 5430-00100 Nairobi P.O Box 62730-00200 NAIROBI
jedidah@gmail.com
otimeshacko@yahoo.com adededan@gmail.com
0725784508 0722-792-887
0729289372

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ADOYO, Felix Otieno
KIRI CONSULTS CIVIL
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P.O Box 8468-00200 NAIROBI
pattinams@yahoo.com felixadoyo2004@yahoo.com
0720-934690 ABDIAZIZ, Abdullahi Ibrahim
AGONG, Chris Vincent
UNICONSULT KENYA LTD
ROGO, Gordon KERRA
Moi University P.O BOX 105079-00101 NAIROBI
P.O Box 108, MOMABAY
PO Box 1957-80100 Mombassa abdiazizsita09@gmail.com chris.agong@yahoo.com
rogow@yahoo.com
0710-101 549 0720422028
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National Housing Corporation EDCONS(K) P.O Box 93231 - 80100 Mombasa
P.O Box 14242-00100 P.O BOX 3280-00506 NAIROBI ezra.bett@kpc.co.ke
godfreyagoro@yahoo.com amwaitu@gmail.ocm
0723831332 0726625219 BWANAKOMBO, Nuru
Otieno Odongo & partners
AIRO, Nicholas Juma ASEKA, Kennedy Okumu
P.O Box 87843 Mombasa
SBI International Holdings Boston General Agencies

P.O Box 24986-00100 Nairobi P.O Box 688-30100 Eldoret


CHEGE, Ian Ken
nicholasairo@gmail.com kennedy.aseka@gmail.com
Site Blauvelt Engineers Dubai UAE
0724297627 0727038131
P.O Box 51536-00200

AKO, Fredrick Ouma ATAI, Orina Phares


CHEGE, Joseph Thiongo
WECO CONSULTING ENGINEERS
National Water
P.O BOX 19320-00202 NAIROBI Command Power Systems
P.O Box 13668 - 00100 Nairobi
pharesatai@gmail.com P.O Box 62101 - 00200 Nairobi
akofred@gmail.com
0722886353 jotis@jotisengineers.com
0722681172
0722-802233
BARAGU, Karuoro
AKUN, Beatrice Achieng
TMP CONSULTING LTD CHELUGO, Nicholas Chepchieng
Otieno Odongo & Partners
P.O BOX 15270-00509 P.O Box 6116 - 00200 Nairobi
P.O BOX 4745-40103
b.karuoro@gmail.com
achiengakun@rocketmail.com
0723803751 CHEPKOKWO ,Kennedy Chelimo
0723591916
KERRA
BARASA, Cedrick Wanjala P.O BOX 24-30406 KAMPI YA SAMAKI
ALUORA, Kenneth
Kengen
Apec Consulting kennedychelimo@gmail.com
P.O Box 35334-00200 Nairobi
P.O Box 5201-00506 Nairobi 0723-224850
cedwan@yahoo.com
aluorakenneth@yahoo.com
0721977505
0721533648 CHEPKWONY, Cheruiyot Robert
CAS CONSULTANTS
BENEDETTE, Waswa Sabuni
ALUVISIA, Hannington Kidagisa P.O BOX 1125-20100 NAKURU
MMUST
Kenha cheprob2000@yahoo.com
P.O BOX 2403-50100 KAKAMEGA
P.O Box 529 - 50300 Maragoli 0722999812
bernadettesabuni@yahoo.com
kidagisa2001@yahoo.com
0722272292
0724108725 CHEPKWONY, Paul Kiplagat

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ALVINCE, Omondi Korero P.O Box 25232-00100 Nairobi
Ministry of Roads
H. Young & Co P.O Box 19439-00100 Nairobi kiplagatpau@gmal.com
P.O Box 54974 - 00200 Nairobi benjaminbakhuya@yahoo.com 0722391259
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Kipchirchir
PETWA CONSTRUCTION COMPANY KERRA
Tamcon Consulting LIMITED
P.O Box 136 Wajir
P.O Box 63030-00200 Nairobi P.O BOX 1185-60100 EMBU
chepsirord@gmail.com kariukifrancisco@yahoo.com
GEORGE, Ouma Aoko
0724396322 0720420253
KENYA RAILWAYS
P.O BOX 53288-00200 NAIROBI
CHEROGONY, Christopher GACHAU, William Githua
Kipsang geoaoko@gmail.com
MILES CONSULTING ENGINEERS
Kenya Pipeline Company 0722-987943
P.O Box 4418 - 00200 Nairobi
P.O Box 4338 - 30100 Eldoret
william@milesconsult.com
GIKURU, John Njuguna
0722374917
CHERUIYOT, Justus Kiprono Ministry of Works

KENHA P.O Box 30743-00100 Nairobi/ 264


ACHUKIAH, David Njiiri Kikuyu
P.O Box 2746-30100, ELDORET
GCONAD Consult gikuru005@yahoo.com
justuscheruiyot@yahoo.com P.O Box 50567-00200 Nairobi 0721764253
0724167697 dgachukia@yahoo.com
0706-517-045 GITAHI, Charles Njai
DALAL, Murtaza Ashikhusein
Aberdare Engineering Ltd
P.O Box 82933 Mombasa GATHEKIA, Andrew Gitau P.O BOX 20353-00200 NAIROBI
dalal.ke@gmailcom HOWARD HUMPHREYS gitahicharlesnjai25@yahoo.com
0734-453690 P.O Box 53760-00200, Nairobi 0723716913
andrewgathekia@gmail.com
DICKSON, Kimathi Miriti
0727910843 GITHINJI, Michael Ronald
MOPW
China Roads & Bridges
P.O BOX 10151-00200 GATHONGO, Ephantus Kariuki P.O Box 7345-00100, Nairobi
kimithimiriti@yahoo.com KTDA mikergithinji@yahoo.com
0723269298 P.O Box 31123 Nairobi 0710488258
ephantusgathogo@yahoo.com
DULO, Simeon Otieno
0723326163 GITI, Julius Kijiru
University Of Nairobi
Kenha
P.O Box 6885 - 00300 Nairobi
GATHONI, Kuria Mbugua P.O Box 1024-00600 Nairobi
otienodulo@yahoo.co.uk
P.O Box 95 - 00606 Nairobi gitij@yahoo.com
0733423864
Gath Consulting 0722786812

FERNANDES, Agnelo Ernest


GATIMU, Francis Mwai GITUNGO, Michael Njoroge
Gibb Africa
CAS Consultants H Young & Co. Ltd
P.O Box 44780 - 00100 GPO
P.O Box 41-10306 Kagio P.O Box 59154-00200 Nairobi
Nairobi
frncmw@yahoo.com gitungo_michael@yahoo.com
afern27@gmail.com
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National Museum of Kenya MOPW P.O Box 68094 - 00200 Nairobi
P.O Box 89059-80100, Mombasa P.O BOX 11138-000100 NAIROBI kalitijulius@yahoo.com
negushadh@yahoo.com anzjoseph@gmail.com
0722356804
0722329752 0723503421

KAMAU, Evans Mbugua
HILLARY, Ogello Akwiri KABUGI, James Kariuki
MOPW
KURRA KENYA PRISONS SERVICE
P.O BOX 29071-00100 NAIROBI 14406- 00400 Nairobi
P.O BOX 10380-00400 NAIROBI
hillary.akwiri@yahoo.com kariukikj@yahoo.com evansmbg@gmail.com
0711593390 0728806200 0721388583

HILLARY, Reagan Ojwang KABUI, Peter Mundia KAMAU, Hannah Njeri


MOPW Wihs Eng Consulting Min of Water & Irrigation
P.O BOX 30743-00100 MOPW P.O Box 76664-00508 Nairobi P.O Box 10125-00100 Nairobi
NAIROBI
petmunkab@yahoo.com njeri_hannah@yahoo.co.uk
enghill@gmail.com
0720865410 0721555180
0721-471953

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HINGA, Patrick Njoroge KAMAU, Maina Samuel
Mantrix Engineering Consultants
Apec Consult JILK CONSTRUCTION LTD
P.O BOX 7449-00200 NAIROBI
P.O Box 9541-00100 Nairobi P.O BOX 27500-00100 NAIROBI
kagollaw@yahoo.com
hingapatrick@yahoo.co.uk smaina@jilkconstruction.com
0721-945214
0700279180
0737967482

ICHANGI, Joshua Weru KAGWIMA, Cicilia Njeri


EDCONS KENYA LTD KAMUNGE, Mercy Wangeci
AWSB
P.O BOX 603219 KARURI EPZA
P.O Box 29668 - 00100 Nairobi
jichangi@awsboard.go.ke cessnjeri09@yahoo.com P.O Box 18269-00100 Nairobi

0721606958 07122238788 obacrauce@yahoo.com

IDALIA, Sebestian KAHAMA, Alex Mugo KANABAR, Bakoolesh Jayantilal


Wanjohi Consulting Engineers Gibb Africa
80478 Mombasa
P.O Box 52543-00100 Nairobi P.O Box 28907-00200 Nairobi
idaliais@yahoo.co.uk xelamugo@gmail.com
KANGAGI, Doris Murugi
0750772111 0722774533
Pace Associates
P.O Box 17635-00100 Nairobi
JENIFFER, Jelagat Korir KAHUTHU, Peter Githinji
KURA dkangangim@yahoo.co.uk
NAIROBI WATER
P.O BOX 12101-00100 NAIROBI P.O Box 2292-00200 Nairobi 0726891579
jenisko@gmail.com githinji.kahuthu@yahoo.com
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Cowl KEHNA Athi Water Services Board
P.O Box 34489-00100 Nairobi P.O Box 49712- Nairobi P.O Box 541 - 00300 Nairobi
kkanyaura@gmail.com kemboihillary@gmail.com smkihanya@gmail.com
0721410756 0723585288
0721450416

KARANJA, Joseph Mbuthia KILONGI, Emily Muthoni


Kenneth Adinda Ochieng
Tana & Athi River Devt Athi Water Service Board
P.O Box 546-40601/ Nairobi 16157 - 00610 Nairobi
P.O Box 30924 - 00100 Nairobi
kennedindaochieng@yahoo.com ekilongi@yahoo.com
jombuka@yahoo.com
0722879065/020340371 0722660557 0721-947853

KARANJA, Joseph Mwaura KHAEMBA, Titus Jumbe KIMANI, Kevin Munyiri

The Technical University of Inter Consult Engineers Kato Consult and Associates
Kenya P.O Box 58824-00200 Nairobi
P.O Box 55176 - 00200 Nairobi
P. O BOX 112 GATUNDU munyiri8kim@yahoo.com
jmkaranja100@yahoo.com 0723840281
KIAMBI, Eunice Kageni
0721-335-263
KENHA
KIMARU, Nganga Christopher
KARANJA, KINUTHIA GIFT P.O Box 49712-00100 Nairobi ISA &PARTNER CONSULTING ENGI-
ekiambi@gmail.com NEERS
FRAME CONSULTANTS LTD
0720982247 P.O BOX 555-00621 NAIROBI
P.O BOX 100762-00101 NAIROBI
cknganga@gmail.com
giftkinuthia@gmail.com
0702965995
0722-776987 KIBE, David Ngungu
MOPW
KIMATA, Francis Kangere
KARIUKI ISaac Macharia P.O Box 64248 - 00620 Nairobi
Kenha
safaricom
ngungukibe@yahoo.com P.O Box 1926 Thika
P.O BOX 1162-00502 NAIROBI
0722676379 franciskimata@yahoo.com
kariuki.macharia@yahoo.com
0721454171
0722-791131
KIBITI, Mwenda Patrick
KENHA KIMATHI, Nelson Mishek
KARIUKI, Kinyua James
P.O Box 10363 - 00400 Nairobi
KEHNA P.O 4678-00100 NAIROBI
nelson.kimathi@gmail.com
P.O BOX 15281-2100 NAKURU kibiti.patrick@gmail.com
0722917929
jimkaris2003@yahoo.com 0727342451
0723989111
KIMATHI, Patrick Ringera
KIBURI, Isiah Achini MoR&PW
KARIUKI, Timothy Karanja P.O Box 6495 - 00200 Nairobi P.O Box 2216 - 60200 Meru
KERRA kisiah@safaricom.co.ke kimathipat@yahoo.com
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KERRA EGIS KENYA LTD Mangat I. B Patel &Partners
P.O Box 30260-00100 Nairobi P.O BOX 76672-00508 NAIROBI P.O Box 8901- 00200 Nairobi
mjkipmugun@yahoo.com kiteme.s@gmail.com

KINANGA, Samuel Moseti 0704-153822 0751702167

Runji & Partner


KIPNGENO, Proson KIVOLONZI, Philip Mutua
P.O Box 943-00517, Nairobi
Ministry of Housing MOPW
samkinanga@gmail.com
P.O Box 30119-00100 Nairobi P.O Box 41191-00100 Nairobi
0720654920
kipngenoproson@yahoo.com kivolonziphiliph@gmail.com

0723502625 0721676956
KIOKO, Kiilu Eric
WINDUPS GROUP LTD KONTI, Dawe Amane
KIPNGENY, Thomas Kiplagat
P.O BOX 9164-00300 NAIROBI GATHAIYA NJAGI AND PARTNERS
Min of Public Works
erikioko@yahoo.com P.O BOX 78531-00507 NAIROBI
P.O Box 8218 - 00300 Nairobi
0728618312 amanedk@yahoo.com
kipngeny@yahoo.com
0721882425
0721952733
KIOKO, Paul Christopher Kimali
Melleh Construction KORIR, Stephen Kiplagat
KIPNGETICH, Linus Tonui
KURA
P.O BOX 415-90200 KITUI KETRACO
P.O Box 89 Longisa
ckpaul2003@yahoo.com P.O Box 34942-00100 Nairobi
korir.stephen@ymail.com
0722771706 linus.tonui@yahoo.com 0711200314
0724583055
KIPCHUMBA, Bernard Kosgei
KUNDU, Dominic Achoka
Min of Water KIPRONO, D Rop KERRA
P.O Box 3325-40100 Kisumu Athi water P.O BOX 18436-20100 NAKURU
chumbakb@yahoo.com P.O Box 45282-00100 Nairobi dominickundu78@gmail.com
0724283165 rkiprono@awbaord.co.ke 0723658485
0729601237
KIPKOECH, Philemon William KYENGO, Margaret Mwende
Bridge International Academy KIPROP, Festus Kibet Steel Structures

P.O Box 18509-00100 Nairobi Kenha P.O Box 54139 -00200Nairobi


P.O Box 6220 Eldoret kyengotek@yahoo.com
orimbaodondi@yahoo.com
faceki@yahoo.com 0722943711
0711148438
0721-896168
LEKARIAP, Mararo Edwin
KIPKOECH, Tuei Kenneth
KIRONGO, Benjamin Kipkorir Mouchelparknan Consulting
Spencon ltd Engineers
NEMA
P.O Box 76-20200 kericho P.O Box 125-30403 MARIGAT
P.O Box 67839 - 00200 Nairobi
kipkoech76@yahoo.com lekariap@yahoo.co.uk
bkkirongo@gmail.com
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0712373204/0788138454 masha2mu@Yahoo.com evansmaiyo@yahoo.com
0721-660-231 0728514614
LEPARTOBIKO, Wilson
KURA MAKAJUMA, George Adongo
MACHOKA, Daniel Areba
P.O Box 9085-00200 Nairobi
Gath Consulting African Development Bank
wtobiko@yahoo.com
P.O Box 30156 - 00100 Nairobi P.O Box 5016 - 00100 Nairobi
0721623765
pdareba83@yahoo.com gmakajuma@gmail.com
0720964304 0722749497
LIAMBILA, David Wakhimisi
Ministry of Agriculture
MAILU, Peter Wambua MAKORI, Jared Moruri
P.O Box 821-50204 Kimilili
terms K Consulting Eng Ministry of Roads and Public works
lliliambila@yahoo.com
0720115494 P.O Box 68053 - 00100 Nairobi P.O Box 526 - 00625 Nairobi
wpmailu@yahoo.co.uk morurij@gmail.com
LINET, Ndiema 0721873269 0702197162
National Water and Pipeline Co.
P.O Box 30173 - 00200 Nairobi MAINA, John Ireri MAKORI, Richard Juma
ndiema1@gmail.com Gado Consulting Engineers Samez Consultants
0721352940 P.O Box 62145 - 00200 Nairobi P.O Box 866 Kisii
mainaireri@yahoo.com
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MasindeMuliroUni
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P.O Box2818 Bungoma
Howard Humphreys AGRO-CHEMICAL MUHORONI
juliusmlb@gmail.com
P.O Box50725-00200 Nairobi P.O BOX 1858-00200 Nairobi
0710138980
bo_thi@yahoo.co.uk padede@acfp.co.ke
0722478698 0724550398
WEBI, Walela Phinehas

WANDU, Anthony Gichira NATIONAL IRRIGATION BOARD


AGENGO Elisha Kelvin
Abba &Wandu Engineers P.O Box 37-50212 NDALU
M&E CONSULTING ENGINEERS
P.O Box17085 - 00100 Nairobi webiphinehas@gmail.com
P.O BOX 507-00100 NAIROBI
anthony@abbaconsult.co.ke 0711-511754
kelvinagengo@gmail.com
0722613008
0721-943707
WENDOT, Robert
WANGARI, Sheilah Makokha GIBB AFRICA
AKUTO, Samson Karmakor
Apec Consortium P.O Box 1803-00502 KAREN
P.O BOX 94342 - 00100 Nairobi
P.O Box59753 -00200 Nairobi NAIROBI
shemcx@gmail.com robertwendot@gmail.com samakuto@yahoo.com
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Mombasa Municipal Council Moi University SR Kenya Ltd
P.O BOX 7558-30100 Eldoret P.O BOX 18716 - 00100 Nairobi
ALUMASA, Alfred ataro@mu.ac.ke timline77@yahoo.com
Power Techniques
0720898533 0736551501
P.O BOX 101479 - 00101 Nairobi

BARASA, Stanley Lutali CHOMBA, Kanyoro Maxwell


AMAMBIA, Paul Chivole
KPLC SAFARICOM ltd
Africrete RMC
12019-00400 Nairobi P.O BOX 74872-00200 NAIROBI P.O BOX 461-00517 Uhuru Gardens
stanleybarasa@yahoo.com NAIROBI
pca4@yahoo.com
0722-690439 maxkanyoro@yahoo.com

AMBANI, Alfred Mugaisi 0721614058

KPTC BHULLAR, Anoop Singh


P.O BOX 14448 Nairobi P.O BOX 13624-00800 Nairobi FESTUS, Muema Wambua
ammani@cck.go.ke KPLC
0733614525 BONIFACE, Mathenge Ngocho P.O BOX 2188-90100 MACHAKOS

P.O BOX 1770 -00200 NAIROBI muema.festus@yahoo.com


AMUTI Ondiek Mathew
bmnngocho@yahoo.co.uk 0726-756-933
KENYA PORTS AUTHORITY
0733-602451
P.O BOX 86954-80100 MOMBASA
GACHAU, Njagi Kennedy
amutiondieki@yahoo.com
BUNDOTICH, Nicholas Kibet NORKEN (I) LTD
0722-444-572
KPLC P.O BOX 92-10301 KIANYAGA

ANDREW, Karuga Maina P.O BOX 199 KITENGELA gachaukennedy@yahoo.com

MINISTRY OF INDUSTRIALIZATION nbundotich@yahoo.com 0715-462585


P.O BOX 9115-00100 NAIROBI 0722936377
andrew@histoto.com GACHERU, George Kamau
0722-962480 BWENGO, Zaharani Hassan KPLC

KPA P.O BOX 3964-20100 Nakuru


ANGELA, Karigo Wairimu
P.O BOX 98531 - 80100 Mombasa
KPC
zbwengo@kpa.co.ke GACHIMU, Alex Githaiga
P.O BOX 12686-00100, Nairobi
0727880204 P.O BOX 456-01020, Kenol
karigowairimua@gmail.com
agachimu@kplc.co.ke
0721291384
CHEBOI, Ann Jepkokei 0712582652

ASEYO, John Orege Safaricom ltd
Kenya Meteorological P.O BOX 1066 - 00100 Nairobi GICUGU, Mercy Faith
Department KPLC
ajcheboi@yahoo.com
P.O BOX 372 - 00242 Nairobi P.O BOX 30177-00100 Nairobi
0722938365
aseyo_200@yahoo.co.uk fgicugu@kplc.co.ke
0722640593
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Erickson K. ltd KPLC DANISH REFUGEE COUNCIL
P.O BOX 103070-00101 NAIROBI P.O BOX 74945-00200 NAIROBI
P.O BOX 7114-00200 Nairobi
ckimani2000@yahoo.com
mumbig@gmail.com okutemk2005@gmail.com
0722-880-667
07154141154 0720-399046

KARANJA, Wairimu Monicah


KERICH, Wesley Kipngetich
HABWE, Elvis Josiah KPLC
KPLC
Bamburi P.O BOX 103070-00101 NAIROBI
P.O BOX 467-BUNGOMA
P.O BOX 90202-80100 Mombasa ckimani2000@yahoo.com
0722-880-667 wkerich@kplc.co.ke
josiahhabwe@gmail.com
0723664794
0721449633
KARANJA, Wairimu Monicah
KENGEN KERRE, Moses Simiyu
HARUN, Muthua Mwangi P.O BO 27290-00100 NAIROBI KETRACO
P.O BOX 54755 - 00200 Nairobi karaxs@gmail.com P.O BOX 34942 - 00100 Nairobi
hmwangi@kplc.co.ke 0720-401532 kerremoses@yahoo.com
0722613780 0726303370
KARIGUH, Kuria Elisha
LOADLINE ENGINEERING SER-
HINGA,George Maina KETTER, Kipkoech Ronald
VICES
Howard Humphreys P.O BOX 38524-00100 NAIROBI MINISTRY OF ENERGY

0721-354737 kkuriak@gmail.com P.O BOX 50448-00100 NAIROBI

0724412095 ronlos7@gmail.com

IKAMBILI, Pascal Miheso 0728713697


KARIMI, Daisy
Savana Cement
P.O BOX 69882-00400 Nairobi KHALUSI, Cyrus Shimwadi
9933-00100 Nairobi
deekarimi@gmail.com P.O BOX 32415 - 00600 Nairobi
mihesopascal@gmail.com
0721652376
0717817046
KIBIAS, Kipkemoi
KAVITA, Fidelis Muli
KPLC
JIN, Mohamed Yusuf Iqbal KPLC
P.O BOX 6968-30100 Eldoret
SGS P.O BOX 1607-90100 Machakos
tkibias@yahoo.com
fmuli@yahoo.com
P.O BOX 41765-80100 0729406504
0722348486
yusuf.jin@sgs.com
0733637143 KIGEN, Herbert Kiptoo
KAZIRA, Khaise Philister
BURHANI ENGINEERS LTD P.O BOX 448-00621 NAIROBI
KAMAU, Simon Njoroge P.O BOX 21480-00100, Nairobi kptherbert@yahoo.com

KPLC pkazira@yahoo.com 0726596133

16870-00620-Muthaiga 0726492109

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KIMBU, Kimathi Brian KOROS, Peter Kipyegon MAKOMONDI Lucas Owino oduor
GAMMA DELTA Seraph Engieering LTD KCAA

P.O BOX 14272-00100 Nairobi P.O BOX 20749 - 00100 Nairobi P.O BOX 30689 -00100 Nairobi
lmakomondi@easa.ac.ke
bkimbui@gmail.com pkmisik@yahoo.com
0714122268
0722979496 0722942728

MAKOKHA, Anthony
KIPCHIRCHIR, Gideon Sang KUURA, Mutegi Japhet MOPW
KPLC SELF EMPLOYEED P.O BOX 41191-00100 NAIROBI
P.O BOX 2155- 20100 NAKURU P.O BOX 59399-00200 NAIROBI tonymakokha@gmail.com

sangkgideon@gmail.com 0720-421726
jmutegi@kemri.org
0729214360 0721-216908
MAKOKHA, Martin Simiyu
Nokia Siements Network ltd
KIPYEGO, Sammy Kipkokei KYENGO, Bernard Kiilu P.O BOX 4915-040103 Kisumu
KDF EABL smakokha2003@yahoo.com
P.O BOX 50098-00100, NAIROBI P.O BOX 30161 Nairobi 0711419386/0735330372
skipkokei@gmail.com
0722862654 MALEVE, Mutua Aaron
LENGAKI, Joseph Mkomba
Min of Water Irrigation
Kenya Power
P.O BOX 49720-00100 NAIROBI
KISYANGA, Mutua
P.O BOX 74 Eldoret aaronmutua@yahoo.com
MANTRAC (K) LTD
0720-335927
P.O BOX 30067-00100 NAIROBI
LUMASIA, Martin Kidali
ekisyanga@mantracckenya.com MASILA, Patrick Mwendwa
KPLC
0721-302734 Norkun Intakes ltd
P.O BOX 27918 - 00100 Nairobi
patrick.masila@gmail.com
martinlumasia@yahoo.com
0720252252
KOPONDO, Edward Otieno
0725523325
Metrocom Consultants
MATUNDURA, Daniel Nyamweya
P.O BOX 19957-00202 Nairobi
MAINA, Franklin Gatheru MOPW
kopojunior@yahoo.com P.O BOX 41191-00100 NAIROBI
P.O BOX 100852 - 00101 Nairobi
0720979485 daniel.matundura@gmail.com
fgatheru@kplc.co.ke
0702-719219
KORIR, George Kipkoech
MAITAI, Christopher Mutuma MAUKA, Christine Nanjala
KPLC
Self Ketraco
P.O BOX 151-40100 Kisumu
P.O BOX 7564 - 00200 Nairobi P.O BOX 34942-00100 Nairobi
Gkorir@kplc.co.ke
chris.maitai@gmail.com nanjalachristine@yahoo.com
0722246577 0712308116
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KPLC MOPW Kenya Power
P.O BOX 23641 - 00100 Nairobi P.O BOX 50468-00200 P.O BOX 202 Thika
shethmisura@yahoo.com
jmsmuriuki@yahoo.com
MBUGUA, Josephat Njoroge 0722-303982
0723820885
ROADLINE
P.O BOX 371-00900, Nirobi MORONGE, Nyandika Valentine
josephat@jnjoroge.com MURIUKI, Patrick Mwangi
KETRACO
0722378948 P.O BOX 34942-00100 Nairobi Howard Humphreys

vmoronye@gmail.com P.O BOX 7492 - 00100 Nairobi


MBUTHI, Samuel Njeru
0720475584 pmwangi2@kplc.co.ke
KRA
0722397409
P.O BOX 28474-00100 Nairobi
MUGALO, M Douglas
samuel.mbuthi@yahoo.com
KPA
MUTAHA, Maina Clifford
0722634240
P.O BOX 4385-30200 Kitale
ATHI RIVER MINING CEMENT
dmugalo@kpa.co.ke
MBUVI, Isaac Mukeku P.O BOX 157-80105 KALOLENI
0723912407
KPC cmmutaha@gmail.com
P.O BOX 93231-80102 Mombasa 0712-331913
MUKHTAR, Ahmed Shee
Isaac.Mbuvi@kpc.co.ke
zpojawo consulting Engineers
0722225211
P.O BOX 85582-80100, Mombasa MUTHEE, Kevin Karanja
demhao1@yahoo.com P.O BOX 29882-00202 Nairobi
MEHTA, Harsukhlal Hitesh
0721929140 vekkarm@gmail.com
Power Technics
P.O BOX 49197 -00100 Nairobi 0724942382
hitesh_metha@powertechnics. MUNENE, James Githinji
com Bezalel Eng Consultants
MUTHINI, Mathew
0733-612074 P.O BOX 32256-00600 Nairobi
KPLC
githinjijames@gmail.com
MESHACK, Kirimi Mbae P.O BOX 19677 - 00202 Nairobi
0721846023
National Housing Corporation mmuthini@kplc.co.ke
mmuthin@yahoo.com
P.O BOX 2155 - 00200 Nairobi MUNIALO, Tom Simiyu
mmbae@yahoo.com 0733763766
Gibb Africa
0721659899 P.O BOX 30020 - 00100 Nairobi
MUTHOKA, Moses Makau
MILGO, Gilbert Kibet Kenya Power
MURAGE, Wanjiru Rose
Ketraco
KPLC P.O BOX 6078-01000 Thika
P.O BOX 34942-00100 Nairobi
P.O BOX 68076-00200 NAIROBI mmuthoka@kplc.co.ke
gillytm2000@yahoo.com
shi.kisilo@gmail.com 0722-659411
0725727700
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KPLC Kenya Data Networks NOKIA SIEMENS NETWORKS
P.O BOX 14003-00400 NAIROBI P.O BOX 16668-00100 Nairobi P.O BOX 20436-00200
pmmutinda@yahoo.com angesa@gmail.com
dnatoh@yahoo.com
0720865088 0722-759-341
0721-992785

MWANGI, Francis Kahumbi NGETICH, Samuel Kiprono


NDEGE, Job Maxwell Ochieng
KPLC P.O BOX 487-20406, Sotik
Afsat Services Ltd
P.O BOX 30099-00100 NAIROBI ngetich_samuel@yahoo.com
fkahumbi@kplc.co.ke P.O BOX 5648 - 00100 Nairobi
0700795
0720805029 jndege@iwayafrica.com
0777726701 NGOLANYA,Mitchel Muindi
MWASHIGADI, Fanuel Kiwinga
KPLC
P.O BOX 2975 Mombasa NDENDERU, Ezra Kamau P.O BOX 48 Athi River
Kenya Petroluem Ltd.
KPLC mitchel .ngolanya@gmail.com
fanuel.mwashigadi@kprl.co.ke
P.O BOX 202-0100 Thika 0721214526
0733-298165
endenderu@kplc.co.ke
0733245684 NGOYA, Maureen Nanjala
MWAURA, Francis Kimani
P.O BOX 60113 - 00200 Nairobi
City Council of Nairobi
P.O BOX 2327-00604 Nairobi NDIRITU, James Wachira
NGUGI, Joseph
franciskimanim@yahoo.com KCAA
Lighting Solutions
P.O BOX 30689 Nairobi
P.O BOX 7194-00100, Nairobi
MWAURA, Wanyoike
ngugih@gmail.com
KPLC NDOLO, Raphael Kimeu 0720018370
P.O BOX 63601000 thika
P.O BOX 40238 Nairobi
charleswanyoikem@gmail.com
NJAGI, Raphael Kinyua
0722300997
NDUNGU John Karanja KPLC
Kenya Alliance Insurance P.O BOX 300-60100 Embu
MWIHAKI, Ndungu Hosea
P.O BOX 45744-00100 Nairobi raphael.njagi@gmail.com
KETRACO
jkndungu@yahoo.com 0727-138656
P.O BOX 34942-00100 NAIROBI
0726931503 0722377126
NJERU, Boniface Ireri
KPLC
MWITA, Juma Francis NDUNGU, Cephanie Muthami
KCB P.O BOX 430 Embu
Loadline
P.O BOX 51492-00100 Nairobi bnjeru@kplc.co.ke
P.O BOX 28615 - 00200 Nairobi
jmwita@hotmail.com 0722769964

0722-803653

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KENGEN P.O BOX 28341-00200 KPC
P.O BOX 47936 - 00100 Nairobi P.O BOX 311 - 00510 Nairobi
jndambiri@kengen.co.ke OBIERO Dan Oluoch okellookombo@yahoo.com
0721363205 KPLC 0735446904

P.O BOX 681 Eldoret


NJIRAINI, Wanjiku Mwende OKOTH, Richard Odhiambo
CCK P.O BOX 151 - 40100 Kisumu
OBIERO, Maureen Adhiambo
P.O BOX 73452-00200 NAIROBI
KPLC
mwende.njiraini@gmail.com
OLWERO, Tom Martin Mbadi
P.O Box 41-20100 Nakuru
P.O BOX 8999 - 00300 Nairobi
NJOGU, Mwaura Felix amaureen@rocketmail.com

P.O BOX 56756-00200 NAIROBI 0724151686


OMARI, Nyariacha Japheth
kaiyahz@gmail.com
P.O BOX 6640-00200 Nairobi
0711-254611 OBUMBA, Richard Ochieng
japhomlee@yahoo.com
CAWILY M& E ENGINEERS
0720-612775
NJOKA, Ephantus Gitonga P.O BOX 53316-00200
Nairobi City Coucil
ricckobumba@yahoo.com OMBEGA, Edwin Matoke
P.O BOX 54111 - 00200,Nairobi
0722281443 KRA
gitonganjoka@yahoo.com
P.O BOX 19168 - 00501 Nairobi
0712906137
ODHIAMBO, Peter Ouma Edwin.matoke@gmail.com
KCAA 0724869021
NJOROGE,Kenneth Ngugi
ZTE Corporation P.O BOX 72484-00200 Nairobi

P.O BOX 11199 - 00100 Nairobi podhiambo@kcaa.or.ke OMBIMA, Alfred Hannington B O


kennethngugi@yahoo.co.uk 0721210889
Self employed
0721656840
P.O BOX 67361-00200 Nairobi
ODUOR, Rosemary Achola
NTAIYIA, Luke Kimitei KPLC ombish@yahoo.com
KPLC P.O BOX 4482-40100 Kisumu 0722527947
P.O BOX 30099-00100 Nairobi
rachoduor@yahoo.com
lntaiyia@kplc.co.ke
0722875666
0729525468 OMBONGI, Frank Ogochi

KENGEN
OKERE, Antony Makokha
NYAMBALA, Catherine Auma
P.O BOX 698 Kitale
Nation Media Group
KENGEN
P.O BOX 49010-00100 Nairobi ombofrank@gmail.com
P.O BOX 62887-00200 Nairobi
cnyambala@kengen.co.ke antonymakokha@yahoo.com 0722-693465
NYAMBALA, Jennifer Atieno 0729095217
47948 Nairobi

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OMURAYI, Omulimi Clyde OSANO, Isaiah OWUOR, David Peter


FERDON ASSOCIATES LTD Vector InternatioanalC/0 Walter KPLC
Makora
P.O BOX 21292-00100 NAIROBI P.O BOX 733 - 00100 Nairobi
P.O BOX 46302 Nairobi
omurayi.clyde@gmail.com
0720231941 PAMBO, Paul Oscar
OSURU, Charles Juma
Typotech
P.O BOX 41191 - 00100 Nairobi
OMWENGA, Nyakundi Edwin P.O BOX 6257 - 00200 Nairobi
charles.osuru@yahoo.com
MINISTRY OF LANDS AND HOUS- paul.pambo@yahoo.com
ING 0721649567
0721282900
P.O BOX 47293-00100 Nairobi
OTIENO, Leah Achieng
nyakundie2000@yahoo.com PATEL, Pritesh Kiritkumar
KPLC
0724-652021 POWER TECHNIQUES
P.O BOX 1452 - 00502 Nairobi
43850 - 00100 Nairobi
ONGERA, Erick Mokaya pritesh@designinnovation.co.ke
OUNDA, Daniel A Ketoto
KPRL 0722708858
NSIS
P.O BOX 751-80100 Mombasa
P.O BOX 48363 - 00100 Nairobi
erickongera@gmail.com PATRICK, Kimani Mwangi
danielounda@yahoo.co.uk
0726792789 HOWARD HUMPHREYS
0705700567
P.O BOX 126-10205 MARAGUA
ONIM, Antony Ochieng mwakimani@yahoo.com
OWINO, Duncan Odhiambo
EDSON ENGINEERING 0724061435
P.O BOX 151 - 40100 Kisumu
P.O BOX 35525-00100 Nairobi
dodhiambo@kplc.co.ke
onim.antony@gmail.com RAKWACH,Kenneth Ouma
0724766489
0721148180 Crater Medical Centre
P.O BOX 1569-00200 NAKURU
OWINO, Kennedy Omolo
ONYANGO, Charles Oduor 0725984060
KPLC
Safaricom ltd
P.O BOX 22588-00100 Nairobi
RONOH, Jonathan
P.O BOX 103240 - 00101 Nairobi
owikenomo@yahoo.com
ERC
onyangoco@gmail.com 0720384776
P.O Box 42681 - 00100 Nairobi
0721430210
jonathan.ronoh@erc.go,ke
OWINO, Lydia Esiaba
0727231171
ORINDA, Okoth Jefferson Ultimate engineerin
TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF P.O BOX 51970-00200 Nairobi
KENYA RUATHE, Julius Kiragu
lydiahowino@hotmail.com
P.O BOX 62494-00200 NAIROBI KPLC
0722237004
orindanow2003@yahoo.com P.O Box 14210-00400, Nairobi

0727-771735 jkruathe@gmail.com
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KPLC Jamii Telecommunication ltd. UoN
P.O BOX 7343-20110 MERU P.O Box 47419-00100 Nairobi P.O Box Box 26542-00504 Nairobi
knruto@yahoo.com 0724556267
kinyua.wachira@gmail.com
0720-315-21
0720231149
SONGA, Macarius Oloo
SAMOEI, Kenneth Kibet P.O Box 31339 - 00600 Nairobi
WAFULA, Oundo Eugene
NHC msonga@yahoo.com
Electronics Technology Group Ltd
P.O Box 3561-30100 ELDORET 0710-728361
samoweng@gmail.com P.O BOX 1603-00606 NAIROBI

0720462871 SUSAN, Kendagor eugenius.wafula@gmail.com


KPLC 0722-448-800
SHAH, Mayur Liladher P.O BOX 17284-00100 NAIROBI
P.O Box 49197 - 00100 Nairobi susyrop@yahoo.com WAITHAKA, Mark Maina
mayur_shah@powertechnics.com 0722421856 Safaricom ltd
0733612078 P.O Box 34608-00100 Nairobi
SYENGO, David Ngua
kramania2003@gmail.com
SHAH, Tushar Lalji KPLC
0721911665
TURAMI P.O Box 592-00618 Nairobi
P.O Box 42563- 00100Nairobi dsyengo@kplc.co.ke
WAKAGWA, Edward Muturi
tushar@turami.com 0720423662
Mecoy Consultants Ltd
0734065802
TANGARA, Teresia Ipara P.O Box 64458-0619 Nairobi

SHIBIA, Yabicha Oche M&E CONSULTING ENGINEERS wakagwa@gmail.com


KPLC P.O BOX 50744-00100 NAIROBI 0723837316
P.O Box 868-00600 Nairobi terrytangar@gmail.com
yabichashibia@yahoo.com 0720-627583 WANAGWE, Lubisia Imbega
0724305929 POWER TECHNIQUES
TITUS KIMAIYO CHEPTOO
P.O Box 78034 - 00507 Nairobi
SILAS, Omondi CCK
lubisiai@yahoo.ocm
MOPW P.O Box 13869-00800 NAIROBI
tcheptoo@gmail.com 0722436169
P.O BOX 28888-00100 NAIROBI
omondi.silas@gmail.com 0722751196
0720-801-684 WANGANGA, Simon Ian
WNGIELA, Hezron Okul Pheonix Technologies
SILE, Lewendi James KENGEN P.O Box 70821- 00400 Nairobi
Telcom Kenya P.O Box 22521 - 00400 Nairobi ianwanganga@yahoo.com
P.O Box 4222-30200, Kitale hongiela@yahoo.co.uk
0722238828
silejames@yahoo.com 0722804084

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International Livestock Research KPLC KPCL


P.O Box 4548-30100 Eldoret
P.O Box 5197 - 00506 Nairobi P.O Box 151 Kisumu
bethbabedon@yahoo.com
wanjawawb@gmail.com
0722-387-796
WENDE, Samuel Ogweno
0722 614787
ALCATEL - LUCENT EA LTD
BEN Kipkemoi Mutai
P.O Box 26190- 00100 Nairobi
TRANS AFRICA ENERGY LTD
WANYAGI, Nathaniel Waithaka
samuel.wende@gmail.com
P.O Box 76804-00620 NAIROBI
KPLC 0734600235
mubenki@gmail.com
P.O BOX 2956 0721286079
awanyangi@yahoo.com
MECHANICAL
0722826129 BETT, Wilson Kipngetich
KENGEN
P.O Box 230, Muranga
WANYANDE, Salim ABUBAKAR, Sudi Abdalla wbett@kengen.co.ke
KETRAO Sony Sugar 0724357555

P.O Box 604-50102 Mumias P.O Box 70770 - 00400 Nairobi


abusudi@yahoo.co.uk BIRIR, John Kiprotich
0721647675
KIBHIT
0720566414
P.O Box 1393-00200, Nairobi
WASIKE, Calistus Wangila jbirir@gmail.com
AJIAMBO, Florence
Ketraco 0721965051
P.O Box 626-50400 Busia (K)
P.O Box 34942-00100 Nairobi
fajiambo@y7mail.com CHEROP, Tumwet Peter
cwasike@ketraco.co.ke
0724554437 Masinde Muliro University
Kakamega
P.O BOX 190-50100 Kakamega
WASUA ,Mulli ASOTI, Lucas Chego
tumwet2@gmail.com
KPLC COMACON LTD
0718-357948
P.O BOX 13641-20100 NAKURU P.O Box 2016-00200 NAIROBI
lucas.chego@yahoo.com
gmuli@kplc.co.ke CHOMBA, Michael
0725-335465 M.O.P.W
0722829265
P.O Box 41191 Nairobi
AUKA, Maureen Victoria
WASWA, Timothy Juma
Kenya Railways DALLY, Bernaby Segero
Vector Internatioanal P.O Box 5287-00200 Nairobi Engineering Development Ltd

P.O Box 15745 - 00100 Nairobi P.O BOX 46060-00100 Nairobi


victieauka@gmail.com
dsegero@yahoo.com
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Kenya Petroleum Refinery Ltd Wilmington Delaware ARM
MSA P.O BOX 8304 - 00100 Nairobi P.O BOX 7748 - 00300 Nairobi
P.O BOX 98638-80100 MOMBASA
alexkamau@yahoo.com karanjatim@yahoo.com
mikekariuki@gmail.com
0724657874
KAMAU, Morris Kinyanjui
Getrude Cheronoh
GIBB AFRICA KARIUKI, Martha Nyambura
Tiger brand limited
P.O BOX 30020 - 00100 GDC
P.O Box 17871-00100, Nairobi
mkkamau@gibbafrica.com P.O BOX 1778 Naivasha
gcheronoh@yahoo.com
0721847591 mmburu@gmail.com
0724450679
072300545
KAMAU, Peter Chege
GITHINJI, Jimnah Karina
Webstone Consulting Engineers KAVORE, Chanzu Francis
Power Technics
P.O BOX 14291-00100 Nairobi KENGEN
P.O Box 7109-00300 Nairobi
chegekamau@gmail.com P.O BOX 2915-40100 Kisumu
jimnahkarina@yahoo.com
0722868179 ckevore@gmail.com
0722358990
0720917916
KANDA, David Kimeli
HODSON, Colin Fredrick
MECOY CONSULTANTS LTD KHAFAFA, Wakhungu John
chevron AI Khalij
P.O BOX 55087-00200 NAIROBI Moi University
P.O BOX 2155 DUBAI VAE
kimelikanda@gmail.com P.O BOX 3900- 30100 ELDORET
hodgecf@yahoo.com
0724-297-151 johnkhafafa2002@yahoo.com
+971506001922
0722295248
KANENE, Johnson Gikungu
JULIUS, Mwangi Kamau
Mabati Rolling Mills KHAWAJA, Sohail Deen
KENGEN
P.O BOX 463 Mariakani P.O BOX 43631-00100 Nairobi
P.O BOX 80801-80100 MOMBASA
jkanene@yahoo.com soheil@cnn.co.ke
jkamau@kengen.co.ke
0734-706197 0722-203860
0722825474

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KABORO, John Maina Swedi
Associated Services Ltd Synergetic Enargy Partners
GILL CONSULT
P.O BOX 10380-00400 NAIROBI P.O BOX 171-20105 Magotio P.O BOX 4995-00100 NAIROBI

kariukikj@yahoo.com kiptuikangogo@gmail.com jmkiarie@synergeticenergy.co.ke

0728806200 0712513603 0713600854

Kagoya, Elizaphan Mwaura KARANJA, John Wanyoike KIKUYU, Pius Museka


Gill Consult Engineers Mecoy Consultants Ltd Kenya Shell
P.O Box 28341-00200 P.O BOX 20198-00200 Nairobi P.O BOX 4662 - 00506 Nairobi
emkagoya@gmail.com karanjawanyoike@yahoo.com

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P.O BOX 7900-00100 Nairobi P.O BOX 5801-00100, Nairobi
P.O BOX 90401,Mombasa
georgekinyanjui1@gmail.com
chemeitoi@gmail.com sikukukiv@yahoo.com
0722645505
0721926713 0722213901

KIPLAGAT, Eric Kimayo


KILONZI, Fabisch Mutinda KULEI, Cyrus K.
PR MARRIOTT Drilling Group
Kenya Polytechnic Univ P.O BOX 56370-00200. Nairobi Loadline
P.O BOX 52428-00200 Nairobi erickiplagat@yahoo.com P.O BOX 102530 - 00101 Nairobi
kilonzifabisch@yahoo.com 0722211345 cyruskulei@yahoo.com
0725864136 0722578890
KIPTARUS Joan Jeptum

KIMAIYOS, James Kiptek Moi University


KUTSWA, Christopher Etenyi
P.O BOX 8532-00100 Nairobi
KPC Kengen
joan.tarus@gmail.com
P.O BOX 73442-00200 Nairobi
0715148401 P.O BOX 80801 - 80100 Mombasa

james.kimaiyos@kpc.co.ke cekutswa@kengen.co.ke
KIRAGU, Francis Murage 0722631793
0722795635
Brooke Bond Ltd.
P.O BOX 20 - 2200 Kericho LUCHACHA, James
KIMANI Eliud Chege francis.kiragu@unilever.com
Mumias Sugar
Kenya Petroleum Refinery Ltd 0721687250
MSA P.O BOX 456 Nambale 50409

P.O BOX 83962-80100 luchachaj@yahoo.com


KIRUGUMI, Daniel Karungu
elicheki@yahoo.com Sintmond Technical Services 0734605008

0723302255 P.O BOX 17312-00100 Nairobi


danielkirugumi@gmail.com LUGALIA, Mukaya Eric
KIMANI, John Kageni 0721-747961 MOPW
P.O BOX 636 Karen Nairobi P.O BOX 22964-00100 NAIROBI
KITHAKA, Nicholas
campjjltd@gmail.com mukaya01@yahoo.com
KENGEN
0713600741 0722-9813227
P.O BOX 205 Embu
nkithaka@kengen.co.ke
KIMUTAI, Stephen Kibet MAINA, Paul
0720313300
Moi University Moi University
P.O BOX 3900-30100 Eldoret KIUNGUA, Martin Muia P.O BOX 10281 Bamburi, Mombasa
mantuikong@gmail.com Cooperative Baank of Kenya lypsym@yahoo.com
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KENGEN symetrics ltd P.O Box 22760-00100 Nairobi
P.O BOX 386-00507 VIWANDANI P.O BOX 78517-00507 Nairobi

mainarkg@yahoo.com jmbura@gmail.com MUNYAMBUI, Salim Juma


0721249879 0721201919 Kenya Petroleum Refinery Ltd
P.O Box 85380-80100 M0MBASA
MENGI, Samuel Henry
MANGURO, George Ochieng mj.salim@hotmail.com
Stell StructureLimited
KQ 0701-109-692
P.O BOX 138 - 00300 Nairobi
P.O BOX 64 - 40602 Ndori
mengisamuel@yahoo.com
georgemanguro@yahoo.co.uk MUTUKU, Kitonga
0729995949
0720-305059 SELF EMPLOYED
P.O Box 15365 - 0100 Nairobi
MIMBA, Zablon Nyamulo
MASINDE, Simiyu Charles Kengen kitonga@ymail.com
General Motors P.O BOX 875-40100 Kisumu 0735211183
P.O BOX 13982 - 00100 Nairobi zmimba@yahoo.com
0724033282 MUTUNGA, Joseph Benedict
Mayende, Collins Chitsula P.O Box 4283 - 20100 Nairobi
Makokha
MJOMBA, Thomas Njulu mutungabm2001@yahoo.co.uk
Atlas Plumbus and Builders
P.O Box 38875 Nairobi 0729-056061
P.O BOX 57, Bungoma mjombatn@hotmail.com
cmayende@yahoo.com 0722139576 MUTURA, Crysostum Kaaria
KNH
MBAYA, Daniel Kibaki MOSE, Bruno Robert
P.O Box 12537-00400 Nairobi
MOPW JKUAT
kmutura@yahoo.ca
P.O BOX 41191-00100 P.O Box 62000-00200, Nairobi
0720251862
dkibaki@gmail.com mbruno@eng.jkuat.ac.ke
0720-966-143 0710-637283
MUUMBO, Alex Munyasya
P.O Box 3900 - 30100 Eldoret
MBUI, Aram Mutema MUCHIRI, Peter Nganga
Kimathi University College
SELF EMPLOYED
P.O Box 22992-00100 Nairobi MWANGI, David Ngibuini
P.O BOX 56492-00200 Nairobi
ngangapet@yahoo.com Bidco Oil Refineries
a.mbui@rvmachinery.com
0717877044 P.O Box 72742-00200 Nairobi
0733-512342/0725-151209
davengibz@yahoo.com
MUGENYA, Patrick Oduor 0722164508
MBURU, Samuel K.
South Nyanza Sugar Company
P.O BOX 4963 - 00506 Nairobi
P.O Box 107 - 40405 MWEMA, Wilfred Njoroge
samkangethe@gmail.com
Sare Awendo P.O Box 30197 Nairobi
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safaricom(K) Ltd KENGEN LOADLINE ENGINEERING SERVICES
P.O Box 9037 - 00200 Nairobi 14368-00400, Nairobi P.O BOX 270-00100 NRB
minyoriehdm@gmail.com dennis.nyameino@gmail.com
georgengomi@gmail.com
0724256276 0720619691
0715923220

MWENDWA, Joseph Kimanzi OBURA, Clifford Obura


NGOROGE, Daniel Nyumu KPC
Nzoia Sugar
Moi University 18979-00500, Nairobi
P.O Box 50695 - 00200 Nairobi
9004 - 00300 Nairobi cliff.obura@gmail.com
jkmwendwa@yahoo.com
daniel.nyumu@hotmail.com 0721135326
0729541635

OCHIENG, Otieno Nicholas


NDEGE, Johnson Waweru NGUYAI, Charles Ndungu Mbari
VIVO ENERGY KENYA
Kengen 11707 Nairobi
P.O BOX 99215-80108 MOMBASA
P.O Box 785 Naivasha
nick@murban-eng.coms
jndege@kengen.co.ke NJIRI, Jackson Githu 0724-966-694
0729350566
JKUAT
62000-00200 Nairobi ODHIAMBO,Elnathan Ibrahim
NDIWA, Herbert Kipkemoi
jackgithu@gmail.com Sony Sugar
GENERAL MOTORS
86 Sare Awendo
0723738399
P.O Box 19930-00100 NAIROBI odhiamboibra@yahoo.com
ndiwapik@yahoo.com 721459283
0725-101-104/0737-101104 NJOGU, Samuel Macharia
Schindler Lifts Ltd ODHONG, Edward O.V
NGANGA, Gatonye 22748 - 00400 Nairobi Ministry of Water
P.O Box 105526-00101 NAIROBI 110 Sondu
gatonye.nganga@yahoo.com NJUGUNA, Henry Ndungu odhongedward@yahoo.com
0720924993 0723649058
KPRL
90401-80100 Mombasa
NGANGA, James Maina Arthur ODIDO Othuon Daniel.
henry.njuguna@kprl.co.ke
P.O Box 70419-00400, Nairobi UON
0722491927 5426-30100 Eldoret
sibngash@gmail.com
0728300060 adido@hotmail.com
NYABAYO, Mogaru Nelphat 0724335858

NGANGA, John Mwangi EMS Consultants


ODOYO, Alex Hezron Abuya
Ministry of Roads and Public 103532-00101 Nairobi
works MOI
nellymoh911@yahoo.com
P.O Box 13672-20100 - Nakuru 3940-40100, KISUMU
0734335578/0720335578
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Masinde Muliro University Kurrent Technologies Mumias Sugar
Kakamega
16989-006200 Nairobi 32-50137 Booker
P.o Box 719-40100 Kisumu
omongo_lenard@yahoo.co.uk
jerryotieno@yahoo.com
ogenga@yahoo.com
0720969121
0737880066
0711351975

OMOTO, Edgar Eric


OGUDA, Allan Odongo PATEL, Harish Jashbhai
ENEGI Ltd
Halliburton Ing Ltd 18245 - 00500 Nairobi
74730-00200 Nairobi
833-50102 Mumias harish@patronicsservices.com
eeomoto@gmail.com
aoguda@gmail.com
0722512837
0726422734 PATRICK, Gilwoni Mudaki

OTEINO, Kennedy Bonyo MECOY CONSULTANTS LTD


OGWENO, Olang William
KEM ASSSOCIATES P.O BOX 398 TIRIKI
MAKI CONSULT
68083 - 00200 Nairobi pgilwoni@yahoo.com
P.O BOX 79902-00200 NAIROBI kmcotieno@yahoo.com 0728-074669
olangpt@gmail.com 0723444919
0728-507483
PATRICK, Maina Kimari
OTIENO, Barry Roggers
DEDAN KIMATHI UNIVERSITY
OJWANG, Andrew Uniliver Ltd
P.O BOX 657-10100
Freelance 932 Kisumu
kimarip@yahoo.com
1005 - 00502 Nairobi brrotieno@yahoo.com
ojwanga2@asme.org 0738513993
0734559815
0732736608

OTIENO, Ignatius Ochanjo ROTICH, Henry Kipsanai

OKUNYUKU, Omuduki John Westconst Consulting Engineers Ministry of Energy


DKENGINEERING COMPANY LTD 424 - 40405 Sare 6216 - 00200 Nairobi
P.O BOX 892-30200 KITALE ignaochanjo@gmail.com hrotich@kengen.co.ke
okunyukuj@gmail.com 0719768501 0720986862
0722744696

OWITI, Maurice Odhiambo SAMUEL, Mbugua Ngera


OMONDI, Daniel Onyango Spentech Engineering Ltd
KTDA
JKUAT P.O BOX 18231-00100 Nairobi
P.O BOX 66788-00800 NAIROBI
101830 - 00101 Nairobi info@spentech.co.ke
sngera@ktdaeas.com
domondi5@yahoo.co.uk 0727-292608
0722793832
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P.O BOX 64441-00620 NAIROBI 30526 Nairobi Norken Intakes Ltd

P.O BOX 61730-00200 NAIROBI


SHIBUYANGA, Christopher VARSANI, Harshad Ratna
frawanjo@gmail.com
Lukhwili
Varshani Associates
0723508854
Kenya Power
325 - 00606 Nairobi
cshibuyanga@kplc.co.ke
varsaniassoc@wananchi.com
0722948204 WANJOHI, John Mwangi
0733744309
KPC

SHIKUKU, Callisto Simon 5924-30100 Eldoret


WABWIRE, Amos Kundu
Davis & Shertlif Howard Humphreys john.wanjohi@kplc.co.ke

11393-00400 Nairobi 30156-00100 Nairobi 0721885719

simon.shikuku@gmail.com mwkundu@gmail.com
0722742922 0720592504 WARUI, Paul Wachira

USIU
SIKA, Vincent Warima WACHIRA, Samuel Gitonga
52942 - 00200 Nairobi
P.O BOX 102855-00101 NAIROBI Magadi Soda Company
pwarui@ktdateas.com
KENYA WINE AGENCIES 1218, kikuyu
0722747977
rwarima@yahoo.com wachiraprize@yahoo.com

0721-974013 072362955
WASHINGTON, Allan Omondi

East African Industries


SONGOK, Jude Kipkoech WADEYA, Kevin Loye

Davis & Shertlif 18080 - 00100 Nairobi


Premier Food Industries
1818-40100 Kisumu aomondiw@yahoo.com
61513-00200, NAIROBI
kevloye@gmail.com
songokgm@gmail.com
0728402625 WILSON, Kipruto Maritim
0735240283
Kenya Pipeline
WAMACHO, David Wabuge P.O BOX 609-40100 KISUMU
TIONY, Calvin Kiplangat
Millenium Diploma Teachers
KENAS wilson.maritim@kpc.co.ke/
Collage
54448- 00200 Nairobi 470 Busia wilson.maritim@yahoo.com

calvintiony@gmail.com 0722923028 0722562695

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TENAY, Kimabwai William MUIA, Benjamin Kilonzo


CIVIL KPA KPLC
PO Box 16982-80100, Mombasa PO Box 104 Nakuru
BERNARD Gladstone Wangusi wtenay@kpa.co.ke bkilonzo@kplc.co.ke
0722880451 0720443245
Runji & Partner
PO Box 1410 - WEBUYE
OKETCH, Peter Ohola
WAINAINA, Kenneth Kungu
berwangusi@gmail.com Power WareSystems
KCC
0726170587 PO Box 60245-00622 Nairobi
PO Box 17548 Nairobi
oketchohola@yahoo.co.uk
kkwainaina@yahoo.com
KAHOME, Stephen Ngari 0720876092
0722771259/0727200295
Wanjohi Consulting Engineers
ONGALO, Churchil
PO Box 73696 Nairobi
Alfa Tech
ELECTRICAL PO Box 102508-00101 Jamii
KAMWAI, John Mwai congalo@talk21.com
PO Box 6511 - 00200 Nairobi
jmkamwai@yahoo.com ABDULRAHMAN, Ahmed ONZERE, James Jas
0722516025 Telkom (K) Ltd M.O.R& P.W
PO Box 11037 - 00100 Nairobi PO Box 1444 - 40200 Nairobi
0722-693498
KIMANA, Peter Njuguna aabdul@orange.tkl.co.ke
Masterplan (K) Ltd 0770030300 SEWE, Fredrick OdhiambO
PO Box 595-00900 Kiambu Krones LCS
wknps55@yahoo.com DUFF, Maurice Neville Bassil PO Box 4849-00200 Nairobi
0710-931469 Kengen frederick.sewe@googlemail.com
0721260481
PO Box 1092 Village Market
KUNGU, Harrison Musembi
Mavcad Consulting Engineers Imbukwa, Conrad Ambani MECHANICAL
PO Box 88729-80100 Mombasa SCHINDLER LTD
harmbii@gmail.com
PO Box 29849-00202, Nairobi
0722307555 KIOMA , Samuel Kiarii
conradambani@yahoo.com
City Council of Nairobi
0725516660
LIMUNGI, Judith Gacheri PO Box 15585 - 00100 Nairobi
National Housing Corporation samuel.kioma@yahoo.com
MIANO, David Gituto 0721363482/0736632295
PO Box 30257 - 00100 Nairobi
Geomax Consulting Engineers
oryx1st@yahoo.com
PO Box 34403 Nairobi MACOWENGA, Clatus Odhiambo
0722947158 Directorate of Civil Aviation
PO Box 63574 Nairobi
MUCKOYA, George Carrol
MOGIRE, Philip Osiemo
KPLC NGUGI, Richard Kanyora
Shelter Structures Ltd
PO Box 54859 - 00200 Nairobi NHC
PO Box 5062 - 00506 Nairobi
gmuckoya@yahoo.com PO Box 2233 Thika
philosiemo@yahoo.com
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The Alarming State of buildings


in Kenya
A Legacy of Poor Work Standards, Rogue Contractors and Non-existent
Enforcement of Regulations
By Caleb Mutua
@CalMutua

A recent audit on the safety of buildings in Nairobi Most of the privately let, high-riseapartment build-
revealed that nearly half of the buildings are un- ings found to be unsafe failed to adhere to minimum
safe to live in, lifting the lid on the sorry state of rules for construction, including registering the pro-
buildings in the country; a reflection of deep-rooted ject with the NCA, erecting a site signboard, regis-
ineptitude and serious failings in the construction tering contractors, providing proper safety gear for
industry. workers and securing unfinished buildings to block
public access.
The audit, which was conducted by the National
Construction Authority (NCA) between March and NCA Board Chairman, Arch. Steve Oundo, declared
May 2015, revealed that 42 per cent of buildings in the authoritys resolve to improve the standard of
the county were unsuitable for human habitation buildings in the country. NCA is mandated to regu-
and recommended that they be demolished. late, promote and coordinate the development of

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over 15,000 construction firms in 22,278 classes


of works and accredited approximately 3,000 con-
struction workers in Kenya.

In spite of NCA doing an appreciable job in stream-


lining the industry, the authority, it would seem, is
constrained in its efforts to clean up the booming
industry (construction industry expanded by 5.5 per
cent in 2013 up from 4.8 per cent in 2012), what
with the alarming trend of buildings collapsing,
which has so far claimed the lives of over 15 people
and injured scores in less than a year.

If a building is found to be infringing any construc-


tion regulations, the Authority is mandated to serve
the owner a 14-day notice to stop the construction.
The challenge comes in after the 14 days because
as an Authority, we do not have prosecution powers.
NCA inspectors on site where they found general
We have been having discussions with the Director
decay in construction standards
of Public Prosecutions so that we can have the teeth
to bite, Arch. Oundo explained.
the construction industry, including registering and
deregistering local and foreign contractors, and
registering all construction projects going on in the
country. Site inspection checklist
When NCA investigators visit a construction
NCA has a very wide mandate and is doing site, they check a number of things to ensure
everything possible to bring a change and promote that investors adhere to the minimum
quality assurance within the construction sector. We rules for construction. Any building that
are also committed to encouraging improved stand- does not adhere to the statutory and other
ardization and construction methods towards the regulatory requirements is marked and
realization of Kenyas Vision 2030 aspiration goals, declared closed until the owner complies
Arch. Oundo said. with the regulations.

Early this year, the authority embarked on a nation- The first thing that we check is a site
wide quality assurance sting operation, cracking signboard. You will realize that every
down on investors flouting safety and construction single building that has collapsed in the
regulations. This was meant to streamline the in- Kenya has never had a site sign board. If
dustry in order to develop the industry and bring to you see a construction going on without
an end the thorny issue of buildings collapsing. a site signboard, that is a recipe for
disaster. It is through the site signboard
By the end of March 2015, NCA had halted con- that you will be able to confirm whether
struction of more than 2,000 housing units in Nai- the contractor is registered with NCA. If
robi, Mombasa, Kisumu, Machakos, Eldoret, Nakuru, you are not registered with us, dont dare
Kiambu, Nyeri, Garissa, Isiolo and Kitengela. The to call yourself a contractor, Arch. Oundo
agency had also filed 20 suits in court against inves- explains .
tors for not adhering to the set construction stand-
ards. The Authority also checks to ensure the
safety of construction workers, supervisors
Toothless dog and the availability of qualified and
The National Construction Authority Act was assent- registered professionals responsible for
ed to on 2nd December 2011 and operationalized on
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In November 2014, however, design and engineering


firm Questworks released a very telling report that
designing and supervising the project such projected an immensely worse situation than the
as the architects, engineers and quantity recent audit. According to the report, at least three
surveyors. out of four buildings in Nairobi would be seriously
damaged in the event that an earthquake occurs.
Investigators also ensure that buildings For over three years, Questworks Executive Director
have been registered and approved for Dr. Raul Fugureoa, then a PhD student at the Carn-
construction by the authority and that
owners of construction projects whose
value exceed KShs 5 million have paid a 0.5
per cent levy of the value of contract sum.

We want any construction going on in the


country registered, including projects of
less than KShs 5 million because we are
not just after the levy. We want to have
a databank of all construction projects
going on in the country; a databank of how
many houses are coming up and a databank
of how many plumbers, electricians and
masons there are in the country so that we
are able to achieve our Vision 2030 goal,
he added.

Dr. Raul Fugureoa

egie Mellon University, tested 254 samples from 24


construction sites for office buildings, churches and
universities, randomly chosen from a pool certified
by engineers and architects as structurally sound.

The damning report blamed rogue contractors who


do little to measure twice and cut once. Instead,
they steal cement and use less steel with total dis-
regard for the set specifications and dimensions.
Architects and engineers who sleep on their job of
verifying the quality of work done were also not
spared.

Most practicing architects and engineers in the


country are experienced and they know what needs
to be done, but for some reasons they dont do the
right thing, partly because they lack the incentives
NCA inspectors on site to properly supervise the construction. Others over-
look major issues at a small fee, Mr. Fugureoa said.
Major challenges bedeviling the construction indus-
The NCA audit covered 1,600 buildings in Huruma,
try include low completion rates of construction
Kariobangi, Umoja, Githurai, Zimmerman and Ka-
projects, lengthy procurement procedures, access
hawa West in Nairobi County, and is expected to be
to affordable financing, low technological uptake,
presented to the cabinet and a plan of action against
use of substandard materials, unethical practices,
all illegal buildings announced soonest possible.

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and inadequacy in terms of skills and competencies WorkSafe Capabilities Limited Managing Director,
of the workforce. Mr. Paul Koigi, who has worked with Kenya Brewer-
ies as a construction safety supervisor for over 12
Sustainable buildings years, argued that structural safety is intimately
With more than half of the worlds population now connected to the overall safety culture of a people.
living in urban areas, developing countries like Ken- If a contractor does not care about the safety of
ya are continually faced with the challenge of con- workers constructing a building, it is easy for them
structing more sustainable, innovative and equita- to refuse to care about the set regulations for con-
ble urban areas, whilst encouraging improvements struction and the quality of work done. According
in economic, social and cultural conditions at local to Mr. Koigi, personal protective equipment is at the
and regional levels. very end of the safety process: NCA should register
qualified construction safety supervisors. Once we
Quality in the construction industry can only be have these people in place, the law will automati-
achieved through a team effort. Any safe and stand- cally kick in.
ard building is a team effort and we have four par-
ties: the government through the formation of laws,
which is what brought the formation of the National
Construction Authority (NCA); the developer, who
runs the project; the consultants who of course in
a very professional way are expected to package
the project and ensure that it is delivered in time
and within cost; and the contractor who essentially
spends most of the time on site. All the four parties
play an important role, stated Arch. Oundo.

Kenya Federation of Master Builders (KFMB) Chair-


man, Mr. Moses Muihia, proposed more collaboration
between the Authority and the county governments
to clean up the construction industry.

Strong collaboration between NCA and the county


governments is indispensable. The NCA must lever-
age on devolved governance to build the capacity it
requires to weed out quack contractors. County of-
fices should be the primary office for any construc- Mr. Paul Koigi
tion matters, and we are hoping to have registered
site construction supervisors in every county gov-
ernment, he said.
Renowned contractor and the current techni-
In addition to zeroing in on unscrupulous profession- cal head at Motoways Construction Limited, Mr.
als and contractors, Fugureoa said that Strathmore Narinder Roopra, emphasized on professionals and
University was working with Questworks to create contractors being more responsible and cultivating
a professional body that will educate the public on strong personal properties.
safety of buildings and provide industry players with
the much needed incentives to properly supervise It is not just a matter of paying attention to the
the construction. materials used and ensuring that the concrete is
strong, consistent and durable. You have to pay at-
We are in the process of creating what will be tention to minute details. We can produce quality
known as the Building Construction Control Institute cement, we can produce quality concrete but if we
to enhance the work of NCA in improving building dont do the final work correctly, then the building
standards. The institute will also provide the lat- will collapse not matter what we do, he warned.
est technology for auditing buildings through which The construction industry accounts for about sev-
Kenyans can learn about safety buildings, he add- en per cent of the countrys national income and
ed. employs about 1 million people with an estimated
annual wage bill of KShs 3.2 billion.

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Kenya Building Research Centre


to the Rescue of Builders
Its Key Objective is to Make Construction Affordable
By Esther Wangari

There is this long and expensive list of requirements


that anyone intending to build a house has to contend
with. It begins with the bag of cement which currently
costs Ksh.700, a tonne of sand goes for Ksh 2,000, steel
reinforcement whose prices vary depending on the
thickness of steel, and the bricks that costs about Ksh
24,000 depending on the quality . Before you can roof
the house, there is a corrugated sandwich panel that
must be in place which is constructed using ready
mix concrete at the ratio of 15 N / 20 N / 30 N,
and which costs between Ksh 15,000 to Ksh 20,000 per
cubic meter.

That is not all, to roof, you need materials like an


insulated GI material pre-painted and the White Wood
at various costs.To get the work done you will have
to part with Ksh 1,000 per day for the mason, the
carpenter will demand Ksh 1,000 per day and a helper
for both the carpenter or mason Ksh 500 per day. The
plumber and the electrician will demand Ksh. 2,000
per day.
Nairobi, after the cost of completing her house to the
Looking at these rates it is easy to understand why last detail proved to be too expensive. Although living
construction of 45 year-old John Mosotis two bedroom in different locations, their story is similar. Building is
house ground to a halt two years after it commenced. expensive!
He is not alone, Minnie Mbugua decided to move into
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of construction materials keep fluctuating .What you


deem to be the cheapest option in the market turns
out to be low quality which is more expensive in the
long run ,says Minnie, sentiments that Mosoti shares.

According to Marion Rono, a land economist, building


materials are a critical resource and accounts for over
two -third of the total building cost. They largely
dictate whether dwelling units can be realized or
not. However, Rono noted that conventional building
materials are expensive and are sometimes have to be
imported.

In her paper titled Dissemination of Low-cost Building


Materials and Technology in Kenya, she pointed out
that building materials are capital intensive and out of
reach for the majority of the Kenyan people.

For Minnie and Mosoti, the lack of information on


where to source for cheaper building materials has
made things worse, and it is to blame for their woes.
The library at the Kenya Building Research Centre
Both Mosoti and Minnie divulge that if that if they had
even the slightest clue on where to buy quality yet
affordable materials, their home would have been
completed ages ago. For instance, Mosoti says he had
to order sand all the way from Machakos because it educational access and effectiveness of e-materials
was his cheapest alternative. Minnie, on the other and contents to the general public. These latest
hand, had to travel all the way to Clay Works in Ruiru developments will facilitate open sharing of resources
for her roofing tiles. such as e-books to prospective developers like Minne
and Mosoti.
Rono blamed the high cost of construction among low
and medium income earners on the lack of information Membership is free! All you need to gain access to the
on local building materials. Excerpts from her findings well equipped facility is a reference from the housing
indicate that there lacks a database on information ministry, and authentication from their institutions
concerning building material in Kenya, and if it existed, for university students. We buy 200 volumes of books
very few people know of its existence. every year to enable efficiency in our well equipped
library at our office, the Chairman of KBRC, architect
Research on local building materials and dissemination Mwenja Wanjau, said in an interview.
is one form of strategy that should be introduced
to avail local building materials that are durable To widen its dissemination network, KBRC will
and affordable. It is the poor who cannot afford to collaborate with the Kenya Library and Information
house themselves without some form of assistance Services Consortium, as well as Kenya Education
as compared to the high income who have access to Network (KEN). These two collaborations mean that
financial resources to construct their own houses. information will be available at the click of a button,
The high income group also have a tendency to especially for those who have preference for e-books.
consider conventional and imported building materials The technological advancements are set to improve
as superior to the local ones, yet problems are the maintenance of KBRCs modern technical library
caused than solved when materials and construction with relevant books, reports and periodicals.
techniques from external sources are imposed on a To answer the question on whether there exists other
society with different cultural, social and economic cheaper construction materials, KBRC, in conjunction
background, she said. with the Department of Survey, is currently mapping
To address this very issue, the Kenya Building Research traditional building materials in the country. Mapping
Centre (KBRC), is on its way to opening an online is a process of finding out the best place within a
library to disseminate information about the building region to get affordable locally produced construction
and construction industry. The move, driven by the materials of high quality.
demand for information, is set to improve research,
The two teams have mapped Mombasa, Taita Taveta,

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Arch. Wanjau during the interview

Kwale, Kilifi, Tana River and Lamu counties. The Although most traditional materials tend to make use
verification plus validation of the draft report is in of locally available material, the institution intends
progress in line with the cooperations role of exploring to provide information on using synthetically modified
new and better systems to facilitate availability of building products which we have discovered as an
innovative and cost effective building technologies. emerging trend. We supplement the improvements
that are being made in the construction industry. We
Architect Wanjau notes that mapping for Kitui, want to go as far as informing builders where to get
Machakos and Makueni counties started in May, 2015. cost effective construction material, explains Mr
According to the findings of their research, the centre Wanjau.
has observed the shift to employing synthetically
modified construction materials as a new trend in the In the past, KBRC was involved in initiating,
construction industry. This will cater to the perennial coordination and standardization of research in the
problem by prospective home builders who often feel building industry, and has subsequently undertaken
confined to adapting the traditional techniques of about 17 research and presentation projects. Among
putting up a house. these is a research on proportion rate percentages of
price components in building projects.

Kenya Building Research Centre- A Background construction industry. They also carry out research on
Initially set up as a library of manufacturers trade building materials and systems to facilitate availability
catalogue and literature in 1957, little known Kenya of innovative and cost effective building materials and
Building and research Centre ( KBRC) played the role of technologies.
a library of samples of building materials with specific
use by the public works department of the government The main aims and objectives of the center is to reduce
in its buildings. Later, due to the vital role it played, building construction costs by facilitating consistent
KBRC became the Ministry of Works Building Centre in and large scale availability of cost effective building
1959 . materials and components. Hence KBRC identifies
potential sources of innovative building materials.
It was renamed Kenya Building Research Centre in 1981.
This was a part of the initiative by the government to It also streamlines the standards of the building
facilitate development, production and wide spread use industry compliance by promoting innovative building
of indigenous building material and technologies. material to lower pressure on traditional construction
materials. KBRC accesses funds for building research
Its pioneers must have foreseen a huge potential and development to provide current information to all
in real estate. As such the main objective of KBRC stakeholders in the country. It liaises and exchanges
changed from collecting samples to reducing building information and research findings with similar institutions
construction costs by facilitating consistent and large in Kenya and abroad.
scale availability of cost effective building materials and
components. This new move towards creating an e-resource centre for
use by the stakeholders in the sector is one among a raft
The other objective was and still remains the of measures that KBRC is taking towards to achieving
dissemination of information relating to the building its objectives.

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Meet the Woman


Contractor of the
Year
Melanie Watukas Hard Work and
Discipline Pays off Handsomely
As She Wins Major Accolades

By Caleb Mutua
@CalMutua

One morning in May 2014, Melanie Wituka stuffed The bridge we constructed marvels me up-to date
her car with nappy bags and other baby supplies and it is the only project in the whole county that has
and drove her 10-year-old daughter to work. The never been vandalized up to date because the locals
zestful infant was not going to gurgle and coo in an own it and are fully involved in its maintenance, an
office crib all day long as the mother typed away elated Wituka said.
furiously behind her laptop. No. The baby would
spend the day inside the car, parked beside a road In yet another project, Melanie managed to
construction site full of heavy machines, huge piles complete a KSh20 million water project within
of boulders and thunderous blasts. time and budget. The project involved sinking a
community borehole, erecting a 50,000 litre solar-
Wituka was the contractor for a project to construct powered steel water tank, and installing a water
a road in Navakholo Constituency, a sugar belt area distribution system to supply water to the people
in Kakamega County. The road that was under of Lurambi Constituency in Ikolomani for a period
construction is one of the busiest in the community of five years.
as trucks ferrying sugar cane to Mumias Sugar
Company rely on the road and Melanie did not want Having been registered as a contractor in 2010,
the construction to interfere with the traffic flow. Melanie can pass as a fresh broom in the industry.
However, her resolute and hard work since she was
I am a mother and a contractor and I have never a little girl propelled her to rise to the apex of
compromised on any of them. I had just given birth construction excellence in less than five years.
and I could have easily decided to stay at home and
take care of my daughter but the thought that the Born in Rosterman Village, a former gold mine
project would cause gridlock on the road could not belt in Kakamega, 33 years ago, Melanie attended
allow me to delegate the work. I could not have Kakamega Primary School, emerging the best
taken chances whatsoever, she explained. mathematics student in the district. She proceeded
to join Mukhumu Secondary School. She said: In
In another project, Wituka was commissioned to school, I was an A student and I wanted to be a
construct a 12m bridge connecting Bungoma to lawyer when growing up.
Kakamega. During long rains, River Nzoia would
burst its banks forcing the women going to the After school, Melanie had a brief stint as a model,
market to crawl across the two towns. winning Miss Tourism beauty pageant in western
Kenya. The opportunity enabled her to visit 69 parks

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in the country and travel to 12 African countries. embarked on getting the right people to work with
She also got a scholarship to study international her.
relations at the Peoples Friendship University in
Moscow, Russia and later moved to Beijing, China I made sure I had a lean but effective team
for a six-month course in Chinese Language. behind me, one that would not take me for granted
because I am a woman. We soon started competing
When I returned to Kenya towards the end of 2008, with local heavy-hitters for county projects. Our
lots of things had really changed and there were first project was to work on a six-kilometre road for
no jobs. Luckily, the Chinese constructing Thika KSh1.7 million in Ikolomani.
Super Highway gave me a job as a translator and
an administrator. However, it was a demanding job Suleco has since worked on over 50 projects for
requiring me to work for seven days a week for the Kenya Rural Roads Authority (KERRA), Kenya
Sh22,000 a month. I quit after the first month and I National Highways Authority (KeNHA), Kakamega
went back to Kakamega. County constituencies and for private developers.
The company has also grown to employ 20 employees
New beginning
on permanent basis and employs up to 200 others on
A few months later, Melanie bumped into a group of contract basis every time it wins major bids.
women constructing a section of the Isulu-Shiseso
In all her jobs, Melanie worked hard to always
Road in Ikolomani on her way home. She parked her
deliver projects that are above board. She had
car and walked up to them.
no clue that other contractors were recognizing
I was really moved to see those women doing her work and that her remarkable professionalism
manual labour. They looked like they were really would quickly turn into a badge of honor. She was
enjoying what they were doing. I inquired about on track to becoming one of the top contractors in
road construction, made a few friends and got the county.
several contacts to start me off,
she recalls. In November 2014, Wituka was crowned the Woman
Contractor of the Year, beating 700 other female
Melanie knew what she wanted nominees from a cross section of contractors
to do when she said goodbye to nationwide to walk away with KSh1 million worth
the women; she would become of cement from ARM Cement.In May 2015, she
a woman contractor. To learn represented Kenya in the Women in Construction
the ropes, she started visiting Awards in South Africa. Now a high flying contractor
other women contractors in the country, Melanie has started training five other
in their homes and in women contractors to be the best in the market.
construction sites. She also
got to learn how the Construction business is rewarding and road
government, through the project turnovers are really good. However, it is a
Mechanical Trust Fund tough job that requires discipline, perseverance and
(MTF), was supporting dedication. Melanie describes herself as a God-
upcoming contractors fearing mother, a go-getter and a disciplined leader.
to find their footing She is also an animal lover; she keeps two American
in the construction terrier dogs and a matisse.
industry.
The media has painted me as a queen but I can
She approached her parents also be a tomboy. I am the lady who drives old
with the idea and they bought land cruisers that have no breaks. I change my own
it. She then resuscitated her tyres and I can drive really heavy machines. Whats
fathers construction firm,
more, I am a calculating woman who likes to keep
Suleco Company Limited, and
everyone guessing my next move, she said in jest.

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Are cable cars the solution to gridlocked Nairobi? 143

Safeguarding the City of Merchants 147

Creating a skilled database for Consulting Engineers 149

Energy Efficiency Offers Huge Benefits to the Economy 151

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Are Cable Cars


the Solution to
Gridlocked Nairobi?

Aerial cable cars could be the solution to Kenyas creaking urban


transport system, which the government estimates to cost the country
approximately Sh50,000 every day in lost productivity. Soaring populations
have particularly fueled an unprecedented urban transport demand as
most developing countries struggle to satisfy the growing demand for
infrastructure capacity, leading to terrible traffic jams every day. Kenyas
capital, Nairobi, is the fourth most congested city in the world, according
By Dr. Eustace Mwarania to IBMs 2011 Commuter Pain survey. Dr. Eustace Mwarania, however,
thinks all is not lost. Speaking during the 22nd Engineers International
Conference 2015 at Intercontinental Hotel, Nairobi, he proposed a step
change solution to the transport menace.

Ropeways also known as cable cars have panoramic viewing points and in general in all
traditionally been deployed to facilitate tourism in locations which are difficult to reach. In addition,
scenic locations, difficult to access by conventional the ropeways are increasingly being applied to solve
means. Recent innovations involving faster speeds material transport problems.
and larger cabins are transforming ropeways into
In the past, ropeways have primarily been used in
the realm of urban environment. Ropeways are also
ski resorts. Due to their non-invasive nature and
providing creative materials transport solutions.
adaptivity to difficult terrains, ropeways have
A ropeway is a type of aerial lift which is supported increasingly been deployed in urban environments.
and propelled by cables from above. It consists of a Modern multi-gondola cable cars can be a
loop of steel cable that is strung between stations, compelling alternative to conventional means of
over intermediate supporting towers. The cable is urban transport, particularly in environments with
driven by a bull wheel in one terminal, which is difficult geographic terrains (such as water or steep
typically connected to an engine or electric motor. inclines) or in areas where limited space is available.
The ropeway is the most typical and traditional Additionally, ropeways material transport systems
mountain transportation but recently it has started can be developed for diverse range of applications,
being taken into serious consideration for use in be they discrete or continuous loads.
urban transport and in amusement parks, to access

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Benefits of Cable Propelled Systems unhindered by other traffic, absolutely safe and
Cable propelled systems offer various benefits as also guarantee a birds eye view of the city.
highlighted below: g) Impressive speeds. With three-cable systems,
a) Cable systems have no problem passing over speeds in excess of 7.5m/s (27km/hr) are
roads, residential areas, rivers and existing possible. Unlike a shuttle bus, which shares the
infrastructure. As such more direct and shorter existing road system with other vehicles and
routes can be realized. therefore confronted with numerous obstacles,
the cable system saves time and energy because
b) Dedicated barrier-free transport routes that
it is a direct, barrier free link.
do not compete with road transport, giving
predictability to transit times. h) Impressive operational efficiency. In addition
to costing many times less than ground based
c) Require little ground space only for tower
systems, they also have far lower requirements
foundations and terminal stations.
for energy consumption and personnel costs.
d) Low capital costs (typically 1/3 of a light rail
For example, with very limited staff exclusively
system)
manning the stations, cable systems can carry
e) Ropeways can be installed within a short time over 10,000 passengers per hour (equivalent
frame (under 12 months). In the case of temporary to 100 articulated 100-seater buses.) Further,
installations, they can even be fully dismantled public transport systems are subject to huge
without a great deal of time and effort, and re- fluctuations in capacity utilization. They are
installed at another location. All that is needed overcrowded in peak periods and underutilized in
are the appropriate foundations for the towers off-peak. Ropeways respond to transport demand
and construction of the stations. by varying the cars on the line (or reducing line
f) Offer unique rides to passengers since they speeds.)
are quiet, reliable, environmental friendly,

In terms of safety records ropeways are one the urban transit cable cars. In Africa Algeria provides
safest means of mass transport that exists. Likewise the leading example, where 5 cities have urban
they are also the most environmental friendly cable cars. The largest installed urban cable car
and power efficient means of urban transport. infrastructure, however, is La Paz in Bolivia with
Properly maintained such cable cars have a useful 12 km of lines now being extended to 32 km. The
life in excess of 25-30 years. Cable cars can be technology has major uptake in South American
operated night and day and at almost any weather cities including Caracas, Rio de Janeiro and
condition (e.g. wind speeds of up to 100km/h are Medellin. Others can be visited in London, Koblenz
possible). and Singapore.
According to UN Habitat, approximately 50% of the
worlds population lives in cities, and this figure Visual of Urban Cable Car
will increase to 70% in less than a generation[4].
As a result of the growing distance between home
and workplace as well as urban sprawl, settlement
structures are becoming ever more complex and
existing transport infrastructures are increasingly
pushing capacity limits. For this reason, it is essential
to find new solutions to eliminate the current and
future transport problems. Cable cars can be part
of the solution by providing an innovative and
attractive approach to public transport.
Constantine, Algeria
Many cities across the world have implemented

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Urban cable car projects in Kenya Nairobi Cable Transit


There are two projects currently under development This project seeks to alleviate some of the congested
in Kenya, the Likoni Cable Express (LCE) and Nairobi segments of the city, by offer commuters an
Cable Transit (NCT) briefly described next. alternative. It has 6 corridors. The first two corridors
will be Jogoo Road and Kibera lines, expected to
Likoni Cable Express
come to operation Q2 2017.
This project seeks to offer an aerial complimentary
Application to Materials Transport
passenger facility across Likoni Channel. When
completed, the facility will have a capacity of 11,000 Ropeways have been adapted for materials
passengers per hour both directions, with a crossing transportation. Amongst the benefits of these
time of under 3 minutes. This crossing is expected systems are: extremely narrow line corridors
to form the pilot of the extended Mombasa Cable required; straight conveying lines; ease of crossing
Transit (MCT) master plan. of buildings, roads, rivers or other obstacles;

Ropeways are well suited to filling gaps between When conventional means of transport and existing
facilities that generate traffic such as commercial infrastructure reach their limits, ropeways can be
zones and outlying infrastructures. By acting as used to alleviate traffic congestion.
links, they enhance the existing network. They cross It is clear that the technology can be adopted to solve
barriers that cannot be passed using conventional problems in very varied environments. In particular,
means, or crossed at great expense. In urban it is extremely well suited for mining applications
networks with inadequate transport infrastructure, where the ores have to be transported for long
ropeways can create new networks by linking up distances across delicate habitats. Additionally, the
several ropeway lines. They also provide a practical ability to move unit loads (pallets, containers) for
means of extending existing public networks (bus long distances allows better space utilisation around
lines, rail etc.). maritime ports.

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Safeguarding the City


of Merchants

Early this year the Port of Mombasa made a name for itself by scooping the ninth
position out of 10 most busy ports. Kenyas dock is presently sandwiched between
UKs largest container port, Port of Felixstowe, and Port of Busan of South Korea.
With over 90 per cent of Africas imports and exports conducted by sea, the value
of this port and its buzz of activities can only make meaning when weighed against
the role it plays to both the national and global market. MARYAM MOHAMED KIDERE
shines the spotlight on the harbor and offers ideas on making it safe.
Maryam Mohamed Kidere

One day at the port brings with it the challenge of the worlds major seaports more than 200 million
synchronizing the logistics of receiving and clearing times a year. That translates to a lot of merchandise
containers, a host of workers, enormous cargo ships, that can be stolen and a lot of opportunity for
and a wide array of equipment and vehicles. dangerous disruption to port operations in the event
of a terrorist attack.
The last two years have seen several adjustments
in the current 3.7 days dwelling time for containers Tackling the Security issues
from the previous 5.8 days as well as the track There are many factors that make the port
transit time reduction from 7 to 4 days. Today, it is susceptible to these risks, one of them being that
faced with increased shipping volume exposing it to the port of Mombasa is a key gateway to East and
crime risks such as container theft and the pervasive Central Africa. Basically Kenya is the link between
threat posed by potential of a terrorist attack. these east African countries and their foreign
The proliferation of activities at the dock makes business partners, with the port providing a direct
it a highly attractive target for malicious intrusive link to about 80 ports .
intent; two of the most dangerous are occupational
accidents and crimes. Enhanced security will start with offering protection
to the personnel and property in the Port facility.
About 80 percent of all world trade is shipped via The port will need to set up a surveillance system
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port as a way of detecting any suspicious operations. expected revenue. This glaring gap has made it
All port workers will also need to be provided with difficult to relate a container number to the sea-
biometrics-enabled smart ID cards-featuring leading- to-shore crane, operator identification number,
edge technologies such as fingerprint scanning. the tag master operator unique identification, the
These devices with reader attachments verify shift supervisor ,the revenue authority, and logistic
workers, and ports users credentials. Biometric agents. And this is what has led to the loss of
cards provide improved ports users access control, as containers.
well as permit unescorted access to secure areas of
the port, reducing manpower needs and increasing To keep track of port assets and containers,
productivity. This will work well with video analytics
tracking should be done at two levels. First, the
act as a force multiplier, enabling a few trained
physical containers themselves and the movements
staff to manage hundreds of cameras, providing
they make. Radio Frequency Identification, bar
situational awareness and proactive response to
coding and Optical Character Readerable codes .To
port police and security personnel in the event of
make this first step effective, the containers will
a security breach. Data will be availed wirelessly
then be optically scanned to help identify each
by port security command, gate and personnel
can quickly detect unauthorized access, ensuring container and its content. Tracking the movements
compliance with the Access Control Reader(ACR). of the containers can be remotely controlled using
ACR mandates that workers requiring unescorted driverless meshing technology which reduces human
access to secure areas are issued tamper resistant intervention and keeps container areas secured.
biometric credentials. This will in turn increase the ability to locate and
track containers with greater accuracy and with the
In 2014, eNCa.com a, South African news agency, was most relevant data.
quoted as stating that 106 occupational accidents
occur every year at the Kenyan port. A demanding The second step will involve the use of Automated
schedule, fatigue issues, lack of coordination and License Plate Recognition (ALPR) solution to
compliance issues contributed to safety hazards continuously scan license plates on vehicles entering
that caused some fatal accidents. To solve this, or leaving the Port gates. The ALPR system reads
security agents should stay vigilant at all times, plates under even the toughest lighting and weather
detect threats, rapidly respond and recover in the conditions, matching them to databases to quickly
event of an emergency. identify and confront suspicious vehicles. For the
technology to work, ALPR would have to be fixed
Most of the surveillance technologies should be
in all access points at the port. With this real-time
installed at the gates, and are integrated via wireless
intelligence, port security personnel can determine
connection to a Commanding and Control Center.
that certain vehicles that frequently enter or exit or
The video also provides a record of evidence and
those that pose a security threat.
liability by recording all activity in the event that an
accident does happen; a measure that potentially
It will take a raft of measures to improve security
reduces insurance costs. On the operations side,
cameras mounted on the back and underneath the at the ports more so, collaboration between lot of
cranes can help prevent accidents by providing technology and collaborative work from the staff at
greater visibility as operators move containers to the port. Should the government, through the Kenya
and from the ship. Ports Authority, adopt this proposal, then Kenya
could be on her way to improving her global ranking
There is increasing lack of accountability of cargo and its target of handling 1.4 million TEUs from
flow, and lack of proper inventories that can this year (2015) onwards. Most importantly improve
account for every cargo that enters and leaves the both security and safety operations at the city of
port facility which has dealt a negative blow on the merchants.

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Creating a database of skilled


Consulting Engineers
If East Africas infrastructure marvel, the Thika Superhighway, and the 2014 Turkanas Tullow oil
projects are anything to go by, then there is no doubt that Africa is experiencing very significant
interest in infrastructure development activities by international oil companies. These activities
have led to increased interests by local citizens in respective countries due to the perceived bene-
fits including high returns. ENGINEER JAMES MWANGI looks at the factors that make it difficult for
local consulting firms to carry out some of the activities and offers a way out of the rut.

ENGINEER JAMES MWANGI

The government, Development Finance Institutions (DFIs) engineers. They have also blamed it on the insufficient
and Donors have generally engaged foreign companies for development strides being taken to improve local skills
large projects. The reason normally given is the complexity and know-how in the exploitation of natural resources and
and the high financial inputs required for successful execution infrastructure development.
of such projects. This disparity has led the level of local
content to be at a bare minimum giving rise to discontent It is also emerging that there is inadequate legislative
from locals as they feel they are been left out. They are requirements for collaboration between foreign investors
also anxious to start deriving benefits from resources found in the energy sector and the local investors which serves
in their country early. The locals have also put tremendous to explain why most engineers end up being locked out
pressure on the governments to reverse this trend. these projects. It may be right to conclude that either some
standards used by foreign engineers are too advanced, or
Most engineers squarely blame this glaring gap on the local consulting engineers lack adequate skills, technologies
inadequacy of technology and knowledge transfer among as well as experience to exploit them.

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For the longest time, there has been evident lack of giving confidence to the foreign firms because the local
willingness by the government to institute legislative firm is bound by a code of ethics and is monitored. The
framework to prioritize on the utilization of locally available associations can also be useful human resource data centres
goods and services by local engineers. Perhaps this is owing with the benefit of identifying key skills required as well as
to the lack of confidence by the poor output that is often identifying suitable foreign training institutions that they
rendered by local engineers and contractors. In some cases, can partner with to conduct the required courses especially
it can be argued that there is unfair distribution of works specialized courses.
especially during the procurement process that where issue
of corruption and nepotism are always at play. To curb the knowledge gap, professional associations stand a
better position to arrange for continuous training programs
The other impediment is that there is still what can given that they are likely to raise the critical mass required
be termed as cosmetic engagements between local to conduct most of the courses. Through the professional
firms and the government. Despite the existence of the associations, training and development of the young
legal notice requiring 40 per cent local content for all professionals can be carried out with the aim of enhancing
international tenders, the government does not fully local capacity.
enforce this requirement in many of their tenders. Many of
the engagements of local firms include unskilled labour and For this to work, local training institutions will need to be
activities requiring simple inputs. This approach basically identified to fill in skills gaps by promoting cooperation
leads to minimal and ineffective technology and skills between them and foreign universities in specialized courses
transfer to the locals on top of being a revenue drain to the through scholarships. In all projects, it is recommended that
Kenya. there be funding for capacity building especially targeting
the young graduates. These should include internships.
The way forward
There is need for effective legislation that can guarantee The proposal goes on to encourage foreign professionals in
significant participation and skills transfer to the local assignment in an African country to join local associations,
engineers. as this will boost confidence local engineers too can match
up to the requirements of the job market. The partnerships
The legislation should also promote effective partnerships should take into account existing local strengths and
covering not only skills transfer and content of work, but identification of advantageous local conditions that would
also ownership structures that encourage appreciable promote accelerated skills and capacity buildup in Kenya.
participation of locals. Such legislation must have time
bound milestones with clear descriptions of activities and The paper was first presented during 23rd FIDIC-GAMA
expected local participation quantums such as percentages conference in Accra, Ghana with some of the recommendations
that are strictly adhered to. being implemented in Nigeria and Ghana.

There is need for capacity building among local firms which Eng. Mwangi holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering from
includes potential amalgamation of local engineering the University of Nairobi. His is best known for his wealth of
firms. This will call for the creation of a well-structured expertise in the energy sector spanning quarter a century.
management systems including IT systems within the After working for various Caltex Oil both in Kenya and the
Engineering companies to allow for digital access by whoever USA, he left in 2001 to form Kurrent Technologies, a company
may require engineering services. The idea augurs well with that undertakes consultancy work for large energy projects
Engineering Board of Kenyas strategic plan to incorporate at throughout the continent.
least 15 additional consulting engineers in their database at
the end of this year (2015). Besides being Chairman of the Association of Consulting
Engineers of Kenya, Eng.Mwangi is the Chairman the Energy
It is these effective partnerships that will go a long way Sector board at Kenya Private Sector Alliance and he is a
in addressing social issues as well as managing local corporate member of the Institution of Engineer of Kenya.
expectations so as to minimise disruptions and discontent. Internationally, he is a Member of the Energy Institute
Foreign firms should be encouraged to work with local firms (U.K.) and acts as Council member of the Association of
and use locally established professional groups and training Professional Societies of EastAfrica. He is the Secretary
institutions as well as relevant government departments. The and member of Executive Committee of Group of African
engagement with local firms should be through structured Member Associations of consulting engineers and a director
agreements supported by local professional associations like Petroleum Institute of East Africa. Eng. Mwangi is a member
the Association of Consulting Engineers of Kenya. of International Project Finance Associations East Africa
Working through professional associations has the advantage Branch Council.
of confirming the legitimacy of the local firms as well as

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Energy Efficiency
Offers Huge Benefits
By Eng. Mwamzali Shiribwa
to the Economy
So Why Are Businesses and Households
Reluctant to Embrace it?
What is energy efficiency? Although Kenya has embarked on a 40 month program
to increase the electricity generated to 5000+MW,
Energy efficiency is the utilisation of energy in what- the country cannot afford to waste the energy that it
ever form with as little waste as possible. Energy ef- is generating. Due to vulnerability of hydropower to
ficiency adopted in many operations leads to sustain- variations in hydrology and climate, it will be neces-
able utilization of available resources. Many sectors sary to put in place a mechanism to cushion genera-
in the world are working on reduction of energy use tors, transmitters, distributors and consumers against
in operations. Sometimes, energy efficiency is known the effects of adverse hydrology. Herein lies the role
as the unseen and unclassified energy. The reason of energy efficiency programs that can also reduce
why it is unseen is that its source is not easily visible the need to install, upgrade or replace transmission
unless one does management audit of existing sourc- and distribution equipment.
es to realize its active participation in production.
Energy efficiency is a strategic and critical utility Energy efficiency can also improve system reliabili-
system resource. ty and allow Kenya Power to reduce or manage the
demand on its systems in some cases offsetting the
As Kenya endeavours to achieve the Vision 2030 blue need to add new peak generation capacity.
print, it will be imperative for everyone in the coun-
try to embrace energy efficiency. Energy savings from Reducing fossil fuel use, especially for thermal gener-
customer energy efficiency programs are typically ation from Independent Power Producers, has many
achieved at 1/3 the cost of new generation resources. additional benefits including reducing air pollution

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(and greenhouse gases), and decreasing the environ- (LED) is a semiconductor device that emits visible
mental impacts associated with fossil fuel production light when an electric current passes through it. The
and use. power consumption for these LEDs is even lower
than fluorescent light bulbs. Other benefits of LEDs,
Typical areas where improvements have been realized compared with incandescent and fluorescent lighting
in terms of energy efficiencies are;
devices, include:

- High efficiency: Most of the power supplied to


Electrical bulbs an LED is converted into radiation in the desired
form, with minimal heat production.
The incandescent bulbs are known to produce heat
with light. Incandescent bulbs were the first form of - Long life: When properly installed, an LED can
electric lighting ever introduced for use in the home. function for decades.
They are cheap to buy but their life is on average
Switching from heat producing and high power con-
between 1000-2000hrs. When one wants to light a
suming bulbs to low or minimal heat producing low
room, changing its temperature by heating it is not
power consumption bulbs will translate into energy
on the menu. Try using a 100 watts bulb in a small
room and see the temperature effect it will have. efficiency and savings.
So the energy that goes into producing heat from an Electric bulbs are used in domestic and industrial set
incandescent bulb is a waste since it is not required up. If the industry is energy efficient in its approach,
in the first place. This unwarranted heat shows up on the total production costs will be lower.
your electricity bill at the end of the month.
Energy savings from customer energy efficiency
To avoid unnecessary heating effect from electric
programs are typically achieved a third of the cost of
bulbs, there are now energy saving bulbs that are
new generation resources Efficiency programs can
made of gaseous material instead of heating a fila-
also reduce the need to install, upgrade or replace
ment to emit light. Compact fluorescent light bulbs
transmission and distribution equipment.
(CFL) use efficient lighting technology. Typical CFL
use around 80 per cent less electricity than conven- Energy efficiency has benefits for all people in the
tional incandescent bulbs. Compact fluorescent light country. They receive the immediate benefits of bill
bulbs are generally available wherever conventional reductions, improved comfort, higher home or busi-
light bulbs are sold such as hardware stores and su- ness value, and others. These advantages are on top
permarkets. They are designed to fit into convention- of the utility system benefits enjoyed by all custom-
al fitting light sockets. ers. Industries must invest time and take full advan-
Energy consumption is directly proportional to a tage of financial incentives or technical assistance
bulbs wattage. Energy efficient compact fluorescent from the government and collaborative institutions.
bulbs generally use between 9 and 20 watts, while Industry must be prepared to pay additional out-of-
incandescent bulbs commonly used around the home pocket expenses for energy audit carried out in their
typically use between 40 and 100 watts. The cost of premises.
running a light bulb is directly related to its wattage.
Challenges to implementation of energy efficiency
The higher the wattage, the higher the running cost.
programs in Kenya include lack of awareness of the
Even though compact fluorescent lamps are more
immediate benefits, apathy, limited technical capaci-
expensive than incandescent bulbs to purchase, they
ty and inadequate data.
last far longer typically 8000- 10,000 hrs. Thus, they
have much lower running costs. The Ministry of Energy and Petroleum in collabora-
tion with Kenya Association of Manufacturers has
Caveat emptor: Compact fluorescent bulbs contain
been running programs to create capacity of Energy
a small amount of mercury, an element essential to
Auditors in the country. The draft National Energy and
achieving energy savings. The disposal of these CFL
must be carried out with utmost care since mercury is Petroleum policy has proposed that an Energy Effi-
a hazardous metal. ciency and Conservation Agency (EECA) be established
to promote energy efficiency and conservation. This
Besides CFL, there are also Light Emitting Diodes agency will endeavour to address the aforementioned
or commonly known as LEDs. A light-emitting diode challenges.

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Kenya Must Evolve Engineering Training 154
to Reflect The Emerging Fields

University of Nairobi-School of Built Environment 158

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Kenya Must Evolve Engineering


Training to Reflect the
Emerging Fields

Before his appointment as the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Administration and Finance at the University
of Nairobi (UoN), Prof. Bernard N.K. Njoroge was a high-flying civil engineer who has trained
hundreds of engineers in Kenya in the last two decades. The 59 year-old bespectacled professor
shared his extensive experience in training engineers with Caleb Mutua at a time when the country is
in dire need of at least 30,000 registered engineers to help realize the Kenya Vision 2030 goals.

Q: When growing up, did you always want to become can design a road and that fascinated us. If I was
an engineer? to start all over again, I would still choose to
become an engineer.
A: Well, largely I chose engineering because in high
school I majored in sciences and engineering Q: Prof. Njoroge: How did the intake of girls into the
was the obvious choice. There was also guidance school of engineering compare to that of boys?
in high school from career masters who would
A: Girls intake was poor compared to that of boys.
look at a students performance and advise
In my class (1977-1980), we had only one girl
them accordingly. Again, most of us who chose
who majored in civil engineering. There used to
engineering were guided by the prestige of the
be one or two in each class but very few in the
name engineer. Back then we did not know
whole college.
much about engineering but we knew an engineer

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Prof. Njoroge at a glance

Year Institution

1971-1974: Muhuhu High School, Gatundu South

1975-1976: Alliance High School

1977-1980: Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering (First Class Honours), University
of Nairobi

1980-1985: Water and Sewerage Department, Nairobi City Council

1986-1987: Master of Science in Environmental Engineering, University of Newcastle Upon


Tyne, United Kingdom

1987-1987: Water and Sewerage Department, Nairobi City Council 1987.

1987-1989: Lecturer University of Nairobi, Department of Engineering

1989-1995: PhD in Civil Engineering, Duke University, USA

1995-1996: Lecturer University of Nairobi, Department of Engineering

1996-2002: Chairman, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Nairobi

2005-2009: Dean, School of Engineering, University of Nairobi

2009-2015: Principal, College of Architecture and Engineering

2015-To date: Deputy Vice Chancellor, Administration and Finance, UoN

Q: What do you think could have been the reason for to dress appropriately when working in the fields.
girls to shy away from engineering? This includes wearing helmets and gumboots for
their safety and for them to work effectively.
A: Largely it was the way the society viewed
Keep in mind that culturally, women were not
engineering. Most of traditional engineering is a
allowed to wear trousers those days.
dirty job, a mans job so to speak. By nature,
it is a field-dominated profession in the sense Q: As a country, would you say we had enough
that you have to spend long hours in the field capacity to accommodate all the students who
and at times spend days away from home. wanted to pursue engineering in the 70s and 80s?
Looking at the societal expectations of a woman
A: At the time, the University of Nairobi was the
back then, which included getting married,
only college offering engineering courses in the
having children and taking care of the family,
whole country. Nonetheless, our economy was
very few men would have imagined their wives
still very small. Most of us were absorbed into
as engineers. The domination of the mans
the job market immediately after graduating.
superiority in the profession meant that any
I would say there was a level balance between
woman doing engineering was as tough as the
the training and the economy. Still, we had many
men. Consequently, many men would shy away
foreigners who played a key role in the growth of
from such women. Again, engineers are expected

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Q: Looking at the profession and the countrys


education system now, do you think we have
enough capacity to train proficient engineers?

A: Our economy has grown immensely. Subsequently,


the number of students pursuing engineering
has also grown, with more girls now joining the
profession compared to the 80s. However there
are quite a number of challenges one would
have to look at. For instance, the technology in
engineering is changing very fast. Our biggest
challenge is lack of enough trained engineers to
teach engineering. We also need to adequately
equip universities to the level that is required in
order to train skilled engineers in Kenya.

Q: In terms of the human resource, who would you


say is most qualified to train engineers?

A: The person qualified to train engineers is a


trained and experienced engineer. The training
the profession, particularly in providing graduate requires facilities, resources, books and labs and
engineers with the much-needed hands-on the students themselves must be well equipped
experience before they could be addressed as with facilities for training. Engineering lecturers
engineers. As the economy grew, the demand for must demonstrate and inculcate in the minds
engineers also increased. However, engineering of the students how to be inquisitive, to think
was not lucrative and many engineers diverted hard and become innovative. This is a process
to other disciplines such as business and banking and it requires facilities. For instance, both the
because of the frustration of the salary that trainers and the students require computers and
engineers were earning at the time. software for computer application lessons. The
lecturer must also be facilitated to be able to
Q: University of Nairobi being the only college have what it takes to take the students through
offering engineering programme at the time, the training programme because engineering is
would you say it was well equipped to train a tough programme and very demanding. On the
competent engineers? other hand, students must study for long hours
to understand fundamental theories and science
A: Yes. At the time I was going through my
behind the application of engineering.
undergraduate programme, there was a pretty
good match between the technology, the Q: The Engineers Board of Kenya (EBK), which is
equipment in the laboratories and the books mandated to regulate the training and registration
in the libraries. We had no computers and of engineers in the country, has taken a number
calculators those days. We used slide rods as of training institutions to court for producing
tools for computing. When studying computers, what it considers half-baked graduate engineers.
we used the old technology of punching cards. What is your take on that?

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A: The engineering profession is strictly regulated A: The University has continued to review its
by EBK. The only way people out there can curriculum and modernize its laboratories as
differentiate between a half-baked engineer the technology changes and the economy grows.
and a professional is through the regulator. The Whether our curriculum and laboratories are
consequences of having half-baked engineers the best is relative and debatable but we are
are severe. It is, therefore, paramount that basically producing good engineers. We have
learning institutions offering engineering courses received positive feedback from institutions
are recognized by the regulator. This also helps that absorb our graduate engineers in the region
in keeping order in the training. One must also and abroad. When I went to the UK for further
separate the training and commercialization of studies, the only challenge I had was the level of
knowledge. Because of the desire to probably sophistication of the technology there but within
admit high number of students to make more a month I was good to go.
money, many institutions, in return, may not
Q: What is the future of training engineers?
provide the resources required to produce a
competent engineer. A: Engineering is a profession that at times shares
the challenges of a growing or a shrinking
Q: There is a huge gap between graduate engineers
economy and as we train engineers, we cannot
and registered engineers, who are much needed
guarantee them work. Between 80s and 90s
in the country to achieve Kenyas Vision 2030.
the countrys economy was on a slump and
What is causing the disparity and how can it be
infrastructure development was very low. Lack
resolved?
of jobs disillusioned many trained engineers
A: Graduate engineers remain trainees until who started looking for all sorts of jobs. Luckily,
that time when they finish going through infrastructure development is now growing in the
the apprenticeship programme of at least Kenya and beyond and the demand for engineers
three years. That is when EBK gives them the is quite high. These developments have also
responsibility to become engineers. In the event presented new challenges in the training of
of a building collapse, only a registered engineer engineers. The Standard Gauge Railway (SGR)
can take full responsibility. Any engineer who project and the discovery of oil in the country,
is not registered with the Board cannot take for instance, require skills that we have not
responsibility because they are not authorized been training for. Thus, there is now a need to
to design the building in the first place. For us review our curriculum to train our students on
to fill the gap between the graduate engineers these emerging disciplines. We train to fulfill
and the registered engineers, we must first get a need and that requires both the societys
the curriculum right. The Board should be able commitments in terms of resources and the
to look at an institutions curriculum and the individuals commitment to study the course.
facilities and be satisfied that they are adequate
to churn out qualified engineers.
Prof. Njoroge is a husband, a father and a practicing
Q: Over the years, how has University of Nairobi
Catholic. He also offers consultancy services in
ensured it has the right curriculum and adequate
engineering.
facilities to train engineers?

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UNIVERSITY
OF NAIROBI

UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI - SCHOOL OF BUILT ENVIRONMENT


DEPARTMENT OF REAL ESTATE & CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
BACHELOR OF REAL ESTATE
Applications must meet the stipulated minimum university BACHELOR OF CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
of Nairobi General admission criteria. In addition, Applicants must meet the stipulated minimum University
applicants must meet the following qualifications to be of Nairobi General admission criteria as provided for under
eligible for admission into the degree programme: statue xix. Applicants with the following qualifications
will be eligible for consideration for admission into the
a) KCSE Applicants or Equivalent: Mean grade C+ with a degree programme.
minimum of grade C+ in the following subject clusters:
English or Kiswahili; Mathematics; Geography or a) KCSE Applicants or Equivalent: Mean grade C+ in
History or Agriculture or Building Construction or the following subject clusters: English; Mathematics;
drawing and Design or Woodwork; Physics or Chemistry Physics; Geography or History and Government or
or Biology or Accounts or Commerce or Economics. Christian Religious Education; Biology or Chemistry
or Business Studies or Art and Design or Agriculture.
b) KACE (A level) Applicants or Equivalent: Two
principal passes in any one of the following subjects: b) KACE (A level) Applicants or Equivalent: Two
Economics, History, Geography, Commerce or any principal passes; a minimum principal D pass in
other relevant subject and a credit pass in the either mathematics or physics and in any one of
English language and Mathematics at KCSE level or the following subjects: Economics, Geography and
equivalent. Chemistry and a credit pass in the English Language
at KCE level or equivalent.
c) Diploma holders: Kenya National Examinations
Council (KNEC) Diploma or its equivalent in: Building c) Diploma Holders: A minimum KCE Division II or
Construction, Architectural studies, Land surveying mean grade C in KCSE in addition to a credit pass
and Civil Engineering or Estate Agency and Property or equivalent of the Kenya National Examinations
Management Diploma from University of Nairobi or Council (KNEC) Diploma or its equivalent in: Building
any other institution of higher learning recognized by Construction, Architectural studies, Civil Engineering
the university of Nairobi Senate. and Applied Physical Sciences.

d) Degree Holders: A holder of a university degree or d) Degree Holders: A holder of a University degree or
its equivalent from a recognized university in the its equivalent from a recognized University in the
following areas: Architecture, Engineering, Design, following areas: Architecture, Engineering, Design,
Economics, Quantity surveying, Construction Economics, Commerce, Quantity Surveying, Building
Management, Commerce, Building Economics and Economics, Land Economics, Planning or any other
Planning. relevant equivalent degree.

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BACHELOR OF QUANTITY SURVEYING c) KACE qualification with a minimum of one (1) principal
Applicants must meet the stipulated minimum University pass, or equivalent.
of Nairobi General Admission criteria as provided for under
statute XIX. Applicants with the following qualifications d) A holder of a Diploma or an equivalent qualification
will be eligible for consideration for admission into the from an institution recognized by senate.
degree programme.
e) Holders of a Degree from the University of Nairobi or
a) KCSE Applicants or Equivalent: Mean grade C+ with from any other institution recognized by senate.
a minimum of grade C+ in the following subject
clusters: English; Mathematics; Physics; Geography M.A. IN VALUATION AND PROPERTY
or History and Government or Christian Religious MANAGEMENT
Education; Biology or Chemistry or Business Studies The following shall be eligible fro admission into the Degree
or Art and Design or Agriculture. of Master of Arts in Valuation and Property Management:

b) KACE (A level) Applicants or Equivalent: Two a) A holder of a Degree of at least Upper Second Class
principal passes; a minimum principal D pass in Honour in Land Economics from the University of
either mathematics or physics and in any one of Nairobi or any other institution recognized by Senate
the following subjects: Economics, Geography and as being comparable academic status.
Chemistry and a credit pass in the English Language
at KCE level or equivalent. b) A holder of a Degree of at least Upper Second Class Honour
in Architecture, Building Economics. Engineering,
Commerce. Economics and Social Sciences, Agriculture,
c) Diploma Holders: A minimum KCE Division II or
Forestry or any other Degree from the University of
mean grade C in KCSE in addition to a credit pass
Nairobi or from any other University recognized by the
or equivalent of the Kenya National Examinations
Senate as being of comparable academic status. In
Council (KNEC) Diploma or its equivalent in: Building
addition candidates shall be required to have at least
Construction, Architectural studies, Civil Engineering
one year of research, teaching or practical experience
and Applied Physical Sciences.
in Land Administration, Farm Management, Property
Development, Property Management or Valuation.
d) Degree Holders: A holder of a University degree or
its equivalent from a recognized University in the
c) A holder of a degree of at least Lower Second Class
following areas: Architecture, Engineering, Design,
Honours in any of the Degrees specified in (i) and (ii)
Economics, Commerce, Land Economics, Planning or
above with a relevant Post graduate Diploma or other
any other relevant equivalent degree. equivalent qualifications and at least two years of work
experience.
DIPLOMA IN ESTATE AGENCY AND PROPERTY
MANAGEMENT M.A. IN CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
Applicants must satisfy the minimum entry requirements The common regulations governing the Masters Degree in
for the admission into the University of Nairobi diploma all faculties of the University of Nairobi shall apply.
programmes. In addition, the applicants must possess
the following qualifications: a) Holders of at least Upper Second Class Honours Degree in
Building Economics, Quantity Surveying, Architecture,
a) KCSE certificate with a minimum aggregate of C or Engineering, Land Economics from the University of
equivalent with minimum Passes at C in Mathematics Nairobi or an equivalent qualification from a university
and English. recognized by the senate.

b) KCE certificate with a minimum grade of Division II Holders of at at least Lower Second Class Honours
and credits in Maths and English or Division III plus a Degree in any of the disciplines specified in (a), with
certificate or an equivalent professional training. a relevant postgraduate diploma or other equivalent
qualifications or at least two years relevant experience.

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UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI - SCHOOL OF BUILT ENVIRONMENT

DEPARTMENT OF URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING


THE COMMON BACHELOR OF ARTS IN c)
Diplomer Holders: A holder (KNEC), Higher
PLANNING Diploma in Land Surveying, Cartography, GIS/RS,
a) KCSE or Equivalent: Overall grade C+, a minimum Photogrammetry, Building Construction, Architecture,
grade of C+ at the KCSE Examinations in the following Applied Sciences or related fields; or
subject clusters: Mathematics; any group II, Any
Group III; 2nd group II; 2nd group III; or any group A holder of ordinary diploma (KNEC) in the above
V. Group II: Physics, Chemistry, Biology / Group broad areas of study or related fields with a credit
III: History and Government, Geography, Christian pass or equivalent; or
Religeous Eduction; Islamic Religeous Education;
Hindu Religeous Education); Group IV: Home Science, A holder of Diploma certificate from science and
Art and Design, Agriculture, Aviation Technology, Technical Colleges with credit passes in Mathematics,
Computer Studies); (group V: French, German, Geography, Agriculture, Forestry or Agricultural
Arabic, Music, Business Studies). Engineering.

b) KACE (A-Level) or Equivalent: Two Principal passes in d) Degree Holders: A holder of a degree or its equivalent
Mathematics or Economics and any of the following from a recognized university in the following
subjects: Geography, Biology Physics, Chemistry, subjects: Economics, Mathematics, Geography.
History and a credit pass in English language at KCSE Land Surveying, Architecture, Building Economics,
or Equivalent Examination. Planning, Agriculture, Design or any other relevant
degree.

DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE & BUILDING SCIENCE


BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURAL STUDIES b) A Level Candidates: Two principal passes in
(B.A.S,)/BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE Mathematics and any of the following subjects:
Physics, Chemistry, Geography, Economics, Art and
(B.ARCH) Design and a credit pass in English language at KCE or
a) KCSE candidates: Overall mean grade C+ and minimum equivalent examination.
Grade C+ in the following cluster subjects: English
or Kiswahili; Mathematics; Physics or Chemistry or c) Diploma Candidates: KNEC Diploma in Architecture,
Building Construction or related fields with a credit
Biology or Physical Science or Biological Sciences;
pass or equivalent.
Art and Design or Drawing and Design or Building
Construction or Music or Economics or Geography or d) Degree Holders: A degree from a recognized University
Social Education and Ethics or History & Government, in Land Economics, Building Economics, Design, Civil
Christian Religeous Education/Islamic Religeious Engineering, Surveying, Urban and Regional Planning
or any other relevant degree.
Education. Bridging of one subject where the student
e) In categories (c) and (d) above, candidates may
has scored less than C+ in the cluster subjects with at be required to present portfolios and appear for
least C- in the subject to be bridged or equivalent is interviews.
allowed.

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UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI-SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING


APPLICATIONS FOR ADMISSION INTO BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE PROGRAMMES
IN ENGINEERING-PROGRAMMES FOR SELF-SPONSORED STUDENTS
IN 2015/2016 ACADEMIC YEAR
The School of Engineering of the University of Nairobi is DURATION OF PROGRAMMES
pleased to announce the following Bachelor of Science The programmes comprise a total of 10 semesters
degree programmes in engineering for self sponsored with each semester consisting of 15 weeks. Each
students: academic year will have two semesters.
Civil Engineering Applicants in categories (i), (ii) and (iii) above will
Environmental and Biosystems Engineering join the programmes in the first year of study.
Electrical and Electronics Engineering Applicants in other categoriesmay join the programmes
Geospatial and Space Technology, and at an entry point approved by the University Senate
Mechanical Engineering depending on the qualifications.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS HOW TO APPLY


The following will be eligible for consideration for Application forms are available from the office of the
admission into any of the above degree programmes. Dean, School of Engineering upon Payment of a non-
refundable application and processing fee of Ksh, 3000/+
a) KCSE (Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education) for Kenyans or 50 US dollars for foreign applicants.
Applicants (or equivalent): Minimum Mean Grade
C+ and C+ in each of the four cluster subjects ( A/C no. 03-073-1023948 A/C Name - UNES - BBK
Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology OR
Geography OR Group IV subject) APPLICATION DEADLINE
30th April 2015
b) KACE (Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education)
Applicants (or equivalent): 2 principal passes in COMMENCEMENT DATE
Mathematics and Physics and at least a subsidiary September/October 2015
pass in Geography shall also be acceptable in lieu of
Chemistry. FEES STRUCTURE
Tuition fees per programme will be Kshs.160,000/=
c) Ordinary Diploma (OD) Applicants (or equivalent): per Academic Year (or 80,000/= per semester).
Credit Passes in the relevant disciplines. Foreign students will pay 20% more.
An additional Kshs. 200/= (two hundred) per student
d) Higher National Diploma (HND) Applicants (or for each Engineering laboratory/workshop exercise
equivalent): Passes in the relevant disciplines. will be charged for the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th
years of study.
e) Science/Technical Diploma Applicants (or equivalent); Administrative fees (kshs.)
Credit Passes in Mathematics and Physics (at Diploma Registration - 1000/=p.a
level). Examination - 5000/=p.a.
Student Identity Card - 500/=p.a.
f) Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Education (Science) Students Organization - 1,000/=p.a.
degrees or any other relevant degrees in Science/ Caution Money - 5000/=p.a.
Technology. Medical fee - 5,000/=p.a.
Activity fee - 2,000/=p.a.
g) Other appropriate Technical Qualifications at degree Computer laboratory - 5,000/=p.a.
level. Lab fees - 200/=p.a.

All applicants must meet the stipulated minimum entry ENQUIRIES


requirements for admission to the University of Nairobi. Further details can be obtained from the Deans office,
school of Engineering and Main Campus on:
Applications from Non-English speaking countries should
produce a certificate of proficiency in English (the Tel: 020 318262 Ext. 28400, 28401
equivalent of at least a credit pass at O Level). Fax: 254-020-245566
Email: deanengg@uonbi.ac.ke

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ENGINEERING NEWS

Major Engineering
Projects in Kenya
New Oil Pipeline Projected To Serve Kenya 163
And the Region for the Next 30 Years

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New Oil Pipeline Projected to Serve


Kenya and the Region for the Next
30 Years
The Kshs 48 Billion Ultramodern Pipeline
to Triple Pumping Capacity

Project Background
The construction of a new 20-inch 450-km ultra-
modern petroleum products pipeline from Mombasa to
Nairobi by Kenya Pipeline Company (KPC) has finally
got underway. This new pipeline replaces the existing
35 year old pipeline which has served the country
faithfully since the late 1970s, but which is well past
its useful planned life of 25 years. After serving Kenya
and the East African region for close to four decades, a
replacement of the existing oil pipeline from Mombasa
to Nairobi was therefore inevitable.
The aging pipeline has in the past experienced
ruptures, compromising the reliability of movement of
petroleum products. In-line inspections of the pipeline
using the magnetic flux leakage technique have
showed that the pipeline had suffered both internal
and external metal loss defects that need to be Kenya Pipeline Companys (KPC) projects
manager, Engineer Gabriel Kiama,
repaired in order to maintain the pipelines structural

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KPC Ag MD Mrs Flora Okoth Signing of a 350 m USD co- financing agreement with a consortium of bankers headed
by Philip Odera CEO of CFC Stanbic

integrity for safe operation. The audit also revealed Project Cost
that other than raptures, the worn-out sections of the
In 2012, KPC embarked on a plan to raise $500 million
petroleum pipeline had been causing partial blockages
in loans to fund the project. The State Corporation
and weakening seams on the pipeline. finally struck a deal in mid July 2015 with a consortium
In addition, the increasing demand from Kenyas of six local and international financial institutions to
neighbours namely Uganda, Rwanda, Southern Sudan finance 70 per cent of the project. The deal will see the
and the Democratic Republic of Congo, which currently lenders provide $350 million in credit for the pipeline
stands at 2.8 billion litres, has stretched KPCs storage whilst the remaining $150 million will be raised from
capacity to its limit. The lack of storage facilities is internal sources. KPC Chairman Mr. John Ngumi who
further costing the country millions in lost revenue was previously the lead transaction adviser for the
because oil storage companies looking to develop deal, confirmed that KPC has contracted a consortium
and lease out tank capacity shy away from Kenyas comprising CfC Stanbic, Commercial Bank of Africa, Citi
insufficient infrastructure. Bank, Cooperative Bank of Kenya, Standard Chartered
Bank and South Africas RMB Bank to raise the funds
That is not all, an in-line inspection of the pipeline for project. The penning of the agreement made it one
using the magnetic flux leakage technique showed that of the single largest loans for a state corporation that
the pipeline had suffered both internal and external would be used to finance the construction of the new
metal loss defects that needed be repaired, in order pipeline - one of the Vision 2030 flagship projects.
to maintain the pipelines structural integrity for safe
The 10-year loan carries with it highly competitive
operation. The audit also revealed that, other than
terms. It bears a margin of 5.38 per cent over LIBOR
raptures, the worn-out sections of the petroleum
rates to the financing cost on the recent Kenya
pipeline had been causing partial blockages and
Government $2 billion Eurobond issue. LIBOR rate
weakening seams on the pipeline.
stands for Intercontinental Exchange London Interbank
According to KPC Projects Manager, Engineer Gabriel Offered Rate. It is a benchmark fee that some of the
Kiama, it is these challenges that made KPC to think worlds leading banks charge each other for short-term
strategically and put up the new oil pipeline to meet loans and serves as the first step in calculating interest
new demand. The old 14-inch pipeline constructed rates on various loans throughout the world.
in 1978 has served this country for over 35 years. The The loan was secured only on KPCs assets and
fact that the line has been in use beyond the initial 25 reputation and was not guaranteed by the government
years planned life was the reason the new 20-inch one reaffirming KPCs reputation as a well regarded
is being constructed. The new line is designed to meet borrower due to its ability to attract capital from both
the demands of this country and those of the region up local and foreign banks. The transaction actually
to the year 2044, he said. confirms KPCs strong fiscal strengths, Ngumi said in a
recent media briefing.

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Surveying the route

Construction details and the current progress transportation of petroleum products from the coastal
region.
Works on the pipeline began in 2012 when KPC
commissioned Chinas Messrs Shengli Engineering and According to KPCs Chief Manager (Technical) Engineer
Consulting Limited together with Kenyas Kurrent Elias Karumi, all the steel pipes required for the
Technologies to design the new pipeline and draw a pipeline have arrived and are being delivered to
work plan for building and completing the project. different projects sites where the pipeline will be laid.
After successfully winning the tender for construction, He noted that delivery of pumps, motors, feed caps,
Lebanons Zakhem International Company commenced valves as well as control and instrumentation gadgets is
construction of the tri-phased project on July 31, 2014. also underway as the regions largest oil infrastructure
project implementation hits critical phase. KPC will
At present the construction process is faring well and
make use of other locally available materials such as
Engineer Kiama is optimistic that by the end of 2016,
cement, sand and ballast for this project.
the project will be up and running as per the Companys
projections. Site preparation and civil works that As the real construction works commence, the
include construction of pump shelters, equipment contractor plans to embark on the welding works
support in the pump stations and reinstatement works to join in the steel pipes, which vary between 6
on services which might be affected by the project millimetres to 11 millimeters in diameter. The welding
such as fencing, gates, roads, paths, drainage, water work will coincide with the availability of distillate
supply are already in progress. Another plus for the product as per product schedule. Installation of other
Company is that the bulk of the project is on the project components like valves and pumps will then
hinterland thus minimizing human and wildlife conflict follow. Engineer Karumi intimated that once all the
with the Company. steel pipes are delivered, they will be joined together
to form one seamless line. The pipes also vary in
The expansion will be done on the existing line and
thickness depending on their proximity to the pumps
this means KPC will not be venturing into new ground.
and valves.
The fact that a big portion of the pipeline runs on the
hinterland especially on the Eastern part where the Besides laying the pipeline, this project will also include
project is concentrated is a positive indicator. This has the installation of new pumps in Changamwe, Maungu,
given us the recommended 30-metre verge to operate Mtito Andei and Sultan Hamud and two booster pumps
on, says Kiama. in Kipevu. Erection of outdoor high voltage power
substation switchyards together with provision of on-
The projects bulk of the work is the construction of
site electrical distribution systems at medium and low
the pipeline and the laying of a 96 core Fibre Optic
voltage, cabling, standby diesel engine generators,
Cable along the existing right of way from Mombasa
lighting and small power have also been factored
to Nairobi. The process is being done in a careful
in. The KPC firefighting systems in Moi International
manner to avoid any kind of disruptions in the current

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additional storage tanks in the Nairobi Terminal which


will more than double the storage capacity of diesel
and super petrol from the current 100 million litres to
233 million litres. The Nairobi Terminal is currently the
second largest depot with a capacity of 100,528 cubic
metres after the Kipevu Oil Storage Facility that holds
326,333 cubic metres of petroleum products.

The impact of KPCs expansion project


The Kenyan economy has been growing increasing the
demand for larger and better fuel storage and pipeline
facilities. Reports indicate that the countrys continued
growth has led to an increase in pipeline traffic from
879,776 cubic metres in 1978 to 3,853,439 cubic metres
Pipe laying
in the year 2007. In addition to increasing capacity, the
new Mombasa-Nairobi pipeline is expected to provide
a channel for tank maintenance when they fail, and
Airport, Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Nairobi help maintain adequate stocks for petroleum products
Terminal and Kipevu will also be upgraded in tandem to moderate the economy from product outages when
with the modern pipeline facilities to handle the there are importation delays or system failure.
larger product volumes in these critical locations. The
Company will also install an automatic control system
and field instrumentation systems for pipelines to
ensure that pipeline functions are fully automated.
The current pipeline has the ability to pump out 830
cubic litres per hour which KPC says has the ability
to serve the country until 2017. Once complete, the
new pipeline will have the ability to pump out 1,000
cubic litres per hour. In the second phase, KPC will
add an extra pump in each of the four stations that
will increase the stations total output to 1,860 cubic
litres per hour. With this addition, KPC will meet the
countrys petroleum demand up to the year 2037.
The third phase will see the laying out of a new 14-
inch pipeline which is expected to raise the hourly
throughput to 2,630 cubic litres. This, according to
KPC planners, says will sustain the country and the Pipes and more pipes
region up to the year 2044.
The current expansion project also sits well with the
construction of a 10-inch diameter pipeline that will Kenya has been under pressure to boost its storage
run for 122 km from Sinendet in Nakuru to Kisumu. facilities to stabilize supplies. It has no strategic
The line will increase product volume by an additional reserves and relies solely on oil marketers 21-day
360,000 litres per hour. The new pipeline has been oil reserves required under industry regulations. The
necessitated by regular product shortage in Kisumu due larger storage facility in Nairobi will reduce delays
to limitations of the existing 6-inch diameter pipeline in importation of products as well as improve Open
that was laid in 1992. The new line will operate Tendering System (OTS) by removing restrictions on
simultaneously with the existing one. Next in line is quantities of products that can be imported.
the construction of a modern bottom truck-loading
facility in Eldoret which promises to cater for the rising
Persistent fuel shortages have frequently hit the
demand for petroleum products not only in western
country that is heavily dependent on the commodity for
Kenya but also in the region. KPC is also putting up

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Lining up the pipes

transport, power generation and agriculture. Refined is due to the installation of an automatic control
oil has to be trucked to neighbouring land-locked system and field instrumentation systems for pipeline
countries, meaning extra expense for consumers. Road automatic operation. As well as enhancing operations
transport is slow and unreliable due to the breakdown for the pipeline, KPC hopes that the move will be
of trucks and damaged roads. Petroleum dealers say instrumental in monitoring the transportation of the
the expansion of KPCs terminal in Nairobi would help highly combustible products.
address the congestion at Kipevu and boost supplies in
As hopes rise with the advent of the regions largest
the capital and beyond.
white oil pipeline, the words of KPC Acting Managing
The project has also created employment opportunities Director Flora Okoth aptly capture the moment.
especially for engineers. Zakhems construction With the new pipeline and the expansion of KPCs
contract stipulates a given threshold of both skilled infrastructure, we will see an increase in refined
and unskilled workers. At the present supervision petroleum product transportation and storage which
phase, the contractor has engaged four civil engineers, will in turn drive the regions economy, she said while
four mechanical engineers, two pipeline engineers, assuring us that KPC remains committed to provide
a Non-Destructive Testing expert, a surveyor and services to the region in a sustainable, environmentally
an electronic engineer. They have also procured conscious and socially responsible manner. We are
the services of two safety engineers, two Quality constantly humbled by the realization of the impact
Assurance/Quality Control engineers. The contractor that the Company has on the lives of the people of
may add more specialists depending on the level of the Kenya and beyond. The country has bestowed on KPC
project. For example at the supervision stage, he has a great responsibility to safeguard its fossil fuel energy
18 engineering professionals but he may require more requirements and the new pipeline will accord us our
as he moves along with the project. new status as Africas premier oil and gas company,
she declared.
The new line brings with it the possibility of having
a fully automated pipeline in the near future. This

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Other Professional Bodies


and Associated Structures
Architectural Association of Kenya (AAK) 169

National Construction Authority (NCA) 170

The Kenya Federation of Master Builders (KFMB) 171

Roads and Civil Engineering Association (RACECA) 172

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ARCHITECTURAL ASSOCIATION OF KENYA (AAK)


Established in 1967, the Architectural Association of Kenya To publish documents and publications for the benefit of
(AAK) is Kenyas leading Association for professionals in the members of the Association and the general public in
the built and natural environment in Kenya incorporating matters of the built and natural environment.
Architects, Quantity Surveyors, Town Planners, Engineers, To create revenue generating activities for the Association.
Landscape Architects and Environmental Design Consultants
and Construction Project Managers. As an umbrella
association, AAK brings together professionals in central WHAT WE DO
government, local authorities, private sector and academia. Education: The Association participates in the drawing
The association also acts as link between professionals and up of theTraining Curricula at the local Universities
stakeholders in the construction industry: including policy and Polytechnics. In some cases like Architecture, the
makers, manufacturers, real estate developers, financial Association has solicited the support of the Commonwealth
institutions, and so on. Association of Architects( CAA)to accredit our schools of
Architecture to give our degree courses international
AAKs mission statement is: promoting professional excellence recognition.
and integrity in the Built and Natural Environments. Continuous Professional Development: In order to keep
pace with changing technologies throughout the world,
the association conducts seminars and workshops through
OBJECTIVE OF THE ASSOCIATION which the members continually develop their professional
To co-ordinate the activities of professionals concerned skills. Kenya is one of the few countries in Africa, which
with Built and Natural environment in Kenya and promote conducts continuous professional development exercises.
professionals integrity and to direct the members of Building Construction Standards: The Association takes
Association in all matters of professional practice; interests and participates, as a public watchdog, in the
To advance the science and art of planning and building setting up of building construction standards through
by developing the standards of professional education, local authority by-laws. Our Association makes periodical
training and practice, and facilitate matters of mutual written submissions to the local authorities for adoption
interest of the member professions; or amendment of construction standards.
To create public awareness by marketing the services of Construction Cost Control: The Association in
member professions and provide professional opinions collaboration with the Kenya Association of Building and
on the matters pertaining to violation of the statutes Civil Engineering Contractors (KABCEC) have established
provided for good maintenance of the Built and Natural the Joint Building Council to periodically review and
environment; publish recommended prices for building material and
labour within the Building Construction Industry. The two
To establish and accredit Continuing Professional Associations also publish the Standard Agreement and
Development programmes for the members of the Conditions of Contract for Building Works.
Association and encourage collaboration of professionals
and societies engaged in the Built and Natural Town and County: AAK takes particular interest
environment; in Town and County. This includes preparation of
national, regional and local/Town development
To offer community services by participation in the Plans. Town Planners are also included in
enhancement of Built and Natural environment, maintain development Control.
building information services, and monitor quality
assurance on materials; Professional Ethics: Members of AAK sit on the respective
Boards of Registration of the different building
To liaise with the Government and regulatory agencies professional ethics.
on the matters affecting Registration and licensing
of the professionals engaged in the built and natural
environment; CURRENT OFFICIALS
To foster National, Regional and International co- 1. Arch. Waweru Gathecha President
operation in matters dealing with the professions related 2. Arch. Emma Miloyo Vice President
to built and natural environment;
3. Arch. Benson Githinji Hon. Secretary
To maintain and protect heritage of the Built and Natural
4. Qs. Alfred Aluvaala Hon. Treasurer
environment;
5. Eng. Nathaniel Matalanga Hon. Registrar
To facilitate research and dissemination of information
for advancement of professional education, training, and 6. Arch. Mugure Njendu Asst Hon. Secretary
practice;

Contact information
Architectural Association of Kenya
The Professional Centre, Parliament Road, P. O. Box 44258 - 00100 Nairobi, Kenya
Tel: +254 20 2224806, Fax:+254 20 2220582, Mobile: 0721 691 337, E-mail: aak@aak.or.ke, Twitter: @arch_ke
Facebook: Architectural Association of Kenya

www.aak.or.ke

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NATIONAL CONSTRUCTION AUTHORITY (NCA)


The National Construction Authority was established by across the country and the Kenya Police to ensure the
the National Construction Authority Act No. 41 of 2011/ safety of the personnel on site as well as the general
CAP 449A. The Authoritys main mandate is to oversee the public. The Directorate of Public Prosecutions has also
construction industry and coordinate its development. been involved in the process.
NCAs core functions are:
These involve ensuring that all construction sites are
To promote and stimulate the development of in compliance with health, safety and other statutory
the construction industry to enable it to meet requirements to ensure accidents and fatalities on
development aspirations of Kenya and to facilitate its construction sites are not just minimized but eradicated
competitiveness in the region through the exportation all together.
of construction services;
In addition, the Authority also launched the National
To register and regulate the performance of local and Construction Research Agenda Report, following a
foreign contractors and accredit skilled construction stakeholders forum last year. This report identifies the
workers and site supervisors; research gaps in the industry and gives recommendations
on how to bridge them. Building on this, the First Annual
To encourage the standardization and improvement Construction Research Conference and Exhibition will
of construction techniques and materials; take place from September 21st-23rd featuring local
and international delegates and showcasing innovations
To promote and coordinate training programmes in
geared towards business development.
the construction industry organized by accredited
public and private training institutions as well as to Further the Authority has also launched training
provide consultancy and advisory services; programmes for both contractors and skilled
construction workers aimed at building their capacity
To coordinate research in the construction industry,
in order to increase the level of skill, workmanship and
disseminate research findings and establish a
professionalism in the industry. The inaugural Woman
construction industry information system; and
Contractor of the Year Award 2014 took place last year,
To promote quality assurance and develop and publish providing a platform for women contractors to be feted
a code of conduct for the construction industry. for their contributions towards the industry. This will
give way to the greater Construction Excellence Awards
set to take place in 2016.

Towards execution of the above stated mandate, The National Construction Authority remains committed
the Authority has been conducting quality assurance to making a difference in the construction industry
exercises in conjunction with the Ministry of Land, towards socio-economic development in Kenya.
Housing and Urban Development, county governments

Contact information
1st Floor Hill Plaza, Ngong Road, Community Area, Nairobi.
+254700021222, info@nca.go.ke, P.O. Box 21046-00100, Nairobi

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THE KENYA FEDERATION OF MASTER BUILDERS (KFMB)


The Kenya Federation of Master Builders (KFMB) is a non-profit In September 2009, through the efforts of the National
Contractors Association established under the Societies Act of Co-ordinator, KFMB collaborated with Pro-Invest towards
Kenya to protect the interests of SMES and Local Construction modernizing construction in EA. Issues in the on-going discussions
Firms. The Federation is a source of knowledge, professional include:
advice and support for its members, providing a range of modern i. Joint ventures between our members and BGV (Association
and relevant business building services to save them time and of Contractors of Northrine-Westphalia, Germany).
money. ii. Support for capacity building of local contractors.
iii. Training skilled labor technicians and crafters.
Another key primary role for the Federation is to promote the
viewpoints and interests of the building and construction industry In December 2011, after a long and tireless struggle, KFMBs
and to provide services to members on a broad range of areas lobby for the NCA Act was successful when President Mwai Kibaki
including training, legal services, industrial relations, building assented to the National Construction Authority Act 2011. The
codes and standards, industry economics and international Act stipulates that the NCA will: promote the development of
relations. the industry; register contractors; standardize and improve
construction techniques and materials; and accredit skilled
KFMB is independent and endeavours to lobby for members construction workers and construction site supervisors.
interests at national level. It has offices in the capital city.
Currently: KFMB is lobbying for the following important
The KFMB Objectives: issues:
1. To promote and encourage consultations between 1. Recommendations regarding the withholding of retention
and amongst its members on matters connected with money by employers during the construction period in view
developments and emerging technology in the construction of the provision of performance bonds.
industry. 2. Escalating of corruption and flawed procurement systems in
2. To lobby, promote support or oppose legislation and the Counties and National governments.
bureaucratic measures for builders. 3. Increased cases of collapsing buildings and recommend the
3. To formulate and uphold the highest standards of construction way forward.
business ethics by encouraging fair practices and efficiency 4. Delayed payments in construction by public and private
among its members. entities and finding a solution by engaging contractors,
4. To promote training courses on the principles and practices clients, professionals and anchor solutions in the relevant
in the building industry and to grant award & prices. legal frameworks among other issues.
5. To give advice to members on financial & or legal matters 5. The proposed Credit Guarantee Scheme Bill and make
recommendations on way forward.
arising out of contractual obligations.
6. To purchase, sell, lease machinery, chattels, land necessary
All contractors must be registered with the National Construction
for the promotion of its objectives.
Authority meaning that shady contractors and quacks will be
locked out of the industry. It is also expected that the contractors
Achievements must join one of the contractors associations.
Since its establishment, KFMB has been an appointing
authority to the Public Procurement Oversight Authority In 2012, KFMB in communication with National Economic and
Board and is recognized by the Ministry of Public Works. Social Council (NESC), who advise the President on policy
KFMB has successfully lobbied for acceptance of Insurance Bid matters, discussed the need for the introduction of guaranteed
Securities and Performance Bonds, the creation of the National credit schemes to be made available to local contractors.
Construction Authority, and is continuously raising awareness
amongst contractors and other stakeholders through seminars Further to the progress made by the Secretariat, the German
& workshops. Government through the German Contractors Association and
SEQUA is in the advanced stages of discussions with the Kenyan
In 2006 KFMB prepared a position paper to the Minister of Roads Government and the Kenya Federation of Master Builders on
and Public Works and the Minister of Finance on the Revival of international cooperation and development to support local
the National Construction Corporation which was wound up in contractors. The main proposals are development through joint
1988. KFMB proposed in the draft bill that the revived institution ventures with local contractors and the implementation through
to be called The National Construction Authority. a six-year training plan for the registered KFMB contractors of
Kenya. KFMB remain a resourceful friend for all contractors.

Contact information
P.O Box 51034-00200, Nairobi, Westlands, New Waumini House, 6th Floor (Room 601)
Tel: 0710 660 212/ 0772 125 557, Email: info@kenyafmb.org
www.kenyafmb.org

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ROADS AND CIVIL ENGINEERING ASSOCIATION (RACECA)


The Roads and Civil Engineering Association (RACECA) SERVICES OVERVIEW
was formed in 2008 by contractors engaged in roads Member companies of RACECA provide the following
and civil engineering construction in Kenya with the services in roads and civil engineering construction:
following main objectives: Construction and rehabilitation of national highways
Operate as a self-regulatory body that helps the and urban roads
government in formulating and developing criteria Repair and rehabilitation of international and regional
for classification of road contractors and be the body airports
charged with the keeping and updating of a road
Construction of airstrips
contractors register, developing a code of conduct,
enforcing the same amongst its members and Major concrete structural works such as bridges and
generally upholding professionalism in the fields of flyovers
road and civil engineering construction. Structural steel work including major bridges and
Liaise with the Government, government financiers high-rise buildings
and other regulatory agencies on all matters affecting Development of industrial parks
the industry and in the formulation of terms and Development of commercial complexes and
conditions of contract relating to road and civil residential estates
engineering construction.
Construction and rehabilitation of gravel roads
Ensure fair representation as stakeholders in all bodies
involved in the engineering and road construction Construction of sewers, oxidation ponds and
sector. Foster national, regional and international treatment works
co-operation with similar bodies on matters affecting Milling and recycling of asphalt roads
road construction, civil engineering and all other Marine works
matters related thereto. Intake works, water supply distribution and associated
Enhance competitiveness through local joint ventures, works
partnerships and encourage by the way of support Dam construction
such as lending equipment and finance.
Major earthworks
Develop local construction capacity by promoting and
encouraging training of persons engaged in the work
of roads and civil engineering construction by use of MEMBERS
appropriate modern technology; engage in research The membership of the association is open to any
and development, establish where practicable
corporate body or any partnership engaged in Roads
suitable bodies for further education and generally
encourage the universal adoption of tried and efficient and/ or Civil Engineering works as described above.
standards conducive to ordered development. Applications to join should be addressed to the RACECA
Publish documents and publications for the benefit of Secretariat detailed below.
members of the association and the general public on At present the association members are made of 50
matters of road construction and civil engineering. of the most prominent local and international Roads
Encourage the initiation and promotion of such and Civil Engineering Contractors operating in Kenya.
legislation and other measures as may safeguard the They employ in excess of 60,000 people directly and
free and unencumbered expansion of the Association. through sub-contractors and suppliers.
Participate in the social and economic development Details of the Association can be found on the website
of the country. below:
RACECA also offers other benefits and services to its
members ranging from a code of Ethics and Standards
of Conduct to education conferences and networking
opportunities.

Contact information
RACECA Secretariat: P.O Box 15130-00509, Langata, Nairobi
Mobile: 0733618641, 0723382082, 073341294 and 0773210558
Email: raceca@swiftkenya.com and mdsurtech@swiftkenya.com

www.raceca.co.ke

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2 - The chairman of the Conference Committee,
Eng. Collins Juma, addresses the delegates
3 - It was keen attention from the participants
4 - IEK Chairman, Eng. Reuben Kosgei, consulting
with Eng. Erastus Mwongera, a member of the
Conference Committee
5 - IEK Secretary, Eng Nathaniel Matalanga, makes a
point duri9ng the discussions
6 - Dr Eustace Mwarania, Chairman of Trapos, making
his presentation

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7 - Eng. Richrad Chepkwony, IEK Treasurer in


consultations with Eng. Njoka
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8 - M.D., ARM Cement, Mr Pradeep Paunrana, making
his presentation
9 - Eng. Shem Oduor Noah(right) shares a light
moment with a participant during a break
10 - IEK First vice-chairman, Eng. Micheal Okonji, and
Council member, Eng. Weche Okubo at the
conference
11 - Participants follow proceedings keenly
12 - Platinum sponsor, Autodesk, meets engineers
during the conference

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13- EBK Registrar, Eng. Nicholas Mulinge, Kenya


School of Law Director, Prof. P.L.O. Lumumba and
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Eng. She Noah, exchange notes before Prof.
Lumumba addressed the participants

14 - IEK Council Chairman, Eng. Reuben Kosgei,
addresses the delegates
15 - The winner of a raffle Mr Ken Shikumo conducted
by the Platinum sponsor, Autodesk, is given his
prize.
16 - Delegates in Ol Karia Geothermal plant for a field
trip

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17 - Handing over gifts. Eng. M. Shiribwa and


Eng. J.M. Riungu
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18 - Eng. Kosgei, and 2nd vice chairperson, Eng.
Rosemary Kungu, in discussions with a delegate
from Nigeria
19 - Time to get down on to the dance floor...
20 - ... and get onto the mugiithi train
21 - The team that visited ARM Cement for an
industrial trip

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
The Institution of Engineers of Kenya (IEK) would like to express its gratitude to the following
organisations for their support in the 22nd International Engineers Conference.

SPONSORS

EXHIBITORS

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