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Eng. R. K. Kosgei

1st Vice Chairman

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Eng. M. E. Okonji

2nd Vice Chairman

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Eng. Rosemary W. Kungu

Hon. Treasurer

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Eng. R. K. Chepkwony

Hon. Secretary

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Eng. Nathaniel Matalanga

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Eng. R. K. Kosgei

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Member - Patrick Mwangi Institution of Engineers of Kenya Transcom House Annex, 1st Floor | P. O. Box 41346 - 00100 Nairobi – Kenya , Tel + 254 20 272 9326 / 271 6922 | Cell: +254 721 729 363 Official Directory – 2015 / 2016

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A WORD FROM THE PUBLISHER FROM THE CHAIRMAN’S DESK THE INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS OF KENYA (IEK) IEK Council Members (current)

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IEK calendar of activities for the year 2015

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Conference Announcement and Call for Papers

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IEK Presidents / Chairmen (past and present)

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ENGINEERS BOARD OF KENYA (EBK)

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EBK Board Members (current)

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ERB Chairmen (past and present)

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EBK Strategic Plan

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COUNTIES

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Kitui County’s projects on Lands, Infrastructure and

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Urban Development Off to a Spanking Start to

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Electrical

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GRADUATES

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Agricultural

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Civil

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- Mechanical 125

ASSOCIATES

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Electrical

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Mechanical

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ENGINEERING NEWS

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The Alarming State of buildings in Kenya

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Kenya Building Research Centre to the Rescue of Builders

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Meet the Woman Contractor of the Year

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ENGINEERS SCROLL

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Are cable cars the solution to gridlocked Nairobi?

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Safeguarding the City of Merchants

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Creating a database of skilled Consulting Engineers

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Energy Efficiency Offers Huge Benefits to the Economy

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EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION

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Kenya Must Evolve Engineering Training to Reflect

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the Emerging Fields

Revitalize County’s Infrastructure Meru County Embraces New Technology to Fast Track Road Road Construction

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Bungoma County Limbering Up for a Massive

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University of Nairobi-School of Built Environment

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MAJOR ENGINEERING PROJECTS IN KENYA

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New Oil Pipeline Projected To Serve Kenya

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And the Region for the Next 30 Years

Expansionary Plan to Connect the Entire County MEMBER’S ROLL

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OTHER PROFESSIONAL BODIES AND ASSOCIATED STRUCTURES

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FELLOWS

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Agricultural

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Architectural Association of Kenya (AAK)

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Civil

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National Construction Authority (NCA)

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Electrical

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The Kenya Federation of Master Builders (KFMB)

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Roads and Civil Engineering Association (RACECA)

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Civil

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A WORD FROM THE PUBLISHER We would like to thank the county governments of Kitui, Meru and Bungoma for being pioneers in this initiative. We urge other counties to use this forum to showcase the differences they are making in the lives of their people through setting up infrastructural works. Aquarius Media Limited was granted the privilege of organizing the 2015 IEK International Engineers Conference in Nairobi. This very successful forum brought together engineers to discuss various topics. 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

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FROM THE CHAIRMAN’S 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 Kenya’s 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.

Eng. Reuben Kiplangat Kosgei Chairman, Institution of Engineers of Kenya

The period since the publication of the last Directory has been quite an eventful one for the Institution of Engineers of Kenya (IEK). The Government continued to demonstrate its commitment to moving Kenya towards world class infrastructure by substantially increasing budgetary allocations towards the sector. The development of roads, power installations, dams and airports among others are part of the huge infrastructural works going on in Kenya today. Further, the real estate market continues to demonstrate robust growth not only in the main

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 environment are discussed. Key challenges remain. Such issues as the state of buildings in Nairobi remain a cause for concern. The collapse of several buildings in Nairobi and elsewhere in the country have brought to the fore the question of whether the right professionals are being employed by developers in putting up highrise residential and commercial buildings. The booming growth of the real estate sector means that it is urgent that these issues be remedied lest the country build its foundation on quicksand. This state of affairs further underlines the need to enhance professionalism among all players in the built environment. That is the challenge that all professional bodies must take up.

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THE INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS OF KENYA COMMITTEES OF THE IEK, CLASSES OF MEMBERSHIP, AND APPLICATION PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS Since its inception in November in 1972, the Institution of Engineers of Kenya’s (IEK) membership has continued to increase. Today the institution boasts of over 4,000 registered members who include 1,694 corporate members, 108 Associate, 98 fellows, 2,027 Graduate members and 391 registered students. This membership is draw from the different areas of specialization which include Agricultural, Electrical, Mechanical, Production, Structural, Chemical and Aeronautical Engineering. The activities of IEK are carried out by council which is elected during the Annual General meeting. The 17 member council operates through following committees. IEK COMMITTEES Finance and Administration Committee This committee comprises of Eng. Reuben K. Kosgey, Eng. Michael E. Okonji, Eng. Nathaniel Matalanga, Eng. Richard K. Chepkwony, and Eng. Rosemary Wanjiku Kungu. The committee handles the finance and general administration of the institution. Advocacy Publicity and Journal Committee The committee is chaired by Eng. Anthony Kigen Sang. Deputy Chair is Eng. Jane Wanjiru Mutulili. The committee‘s mandate is to provide linkage with the public. The journal is the only contact most members have with the Institution. Under Chairman Prof. Eng. Elijah Mwangi. Kenya Engineer has been published in its present format and has appeared regularly since 1980 Membership committee Chaired by Eng.Michael Ezekiel Okonji. This committee deals with all matters pertaining to admission of new members, transfers and professional interviews. Functions and Conference Committee Chaired by Eng. Collins Gordon Juma. The committee is charged with organizing seminars,

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Workshops and arranges the Annual conference each year including the Annual Dinner Dance. TRAINING AND CAPACITY BUILDING This committee is charged with formulating training standards and organizing professional training. The chairman is Eng. Julius Marimi Riungu

Welfare and Development Committee Formed in March 1993 this committee is chaired by Eng. Nathaniel Omulo Matalanga. The committee is responsible to making proposals and steer development of the IEK properties. Industrialization Environment and Quality Control Committee The committee is chaired by Eng.John Tanui Branch Committee Mombasa Branch: Eng. Julius Obonyo Odumbe, MIEK – Chairman, Eng.Mordecai Kere OmendaVice Chairman, Eng.Mwaka Mungatana – Secretary/ Treasurer. Other members are Eng. M. Omenda, Eng. Fanuel Kiwinga. Mwashigadi, Mr.J.K. Chege , Mr. S.O. Mwachuo. Western Branch Chairman: Eng. Dr. Richard Onchiri, MIEK, Secretary/Treasurer: Eng. Dr. Simiyu Sitati. Other members are Josephat Asira, Eric Ngage. Central Branch Chairman, Eng.Prof. Ndirangu Kioni. Other members: Eng.David Mwaniki, Eng.Moses Mbae, Eng.Elijah Mukuru Kibathi, Mr. Kenneth Gitahi Kariuki. Corporate Members It is the highest rank of membership suited for engineers with over 4years of experience. Engineers seeking to be corporate members must be interviewed before becoming members. They must also have the following: • A copy of Degree certificate certified by the Commissioners of Oaths.

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• A copy of Engineers Registration Board (ERB) Graduate certificate certified by the Commis sioner of Oaths. • A copy of O-Level Certificate certified by the Commissioner of Oaths. • 4 IEK paid-up members (Corporate or Fellows) as signatories. • A copy of the national ID certified by the Commissioner of Oaths. • Two passport photographs • Application fee of Sh. 3,600 Associates Members It is the second highest rank designed for engineers holding a Higher Diploma but with over 4years of experience. They must also incorporate the following: • A copy of their Higher National Diploma certified by the Commissioner of Oaths • A copy of Graduate Technician Certificate certified by the commissioner of Oaths • A copy of O- Level Certificate certified by the Commissioner of Oaths • 4 IEK paid-up members (Corporate or Fellows as signatories. • A copy of the national ID certified by the Commissioner of Oaths. • Two passport photographs • Application fee of Sh. 3,600. Companion Member This class is open for non-egineering graduates whose line of work and experience is mostly involved with the engineering practice. They must get the approval of the council members before becoming IEK companions. They also satisfy the following requirements: • A copy of their Higher National Diploma certified by the Commissioner of Oaths • A copy of Graduate Technician Certificate certified by the commissioner of Oaths • A copy of O- Level Certificate certified by the Commissioner of Oaths • 4 IEK paid-up members (Corporate or Fellows as signatories. • A copy of the national ID certified by the

Commissioner of Oaths. • Two passport photographs • Entrance fee of Sh. 3,600. Fellow Members Mainly caters for those seeking to transfer their membership from graduates to fellows. Engineers therefore, cannot be registered directly as fellows The registration requirements are as follows. • A copy of Degree certificate certified by the Commissioners of Oaths. • A copy of Engineers Registration Board (ERB) Graduate certificate certified by the Commissioner of Oaths. • A copy of O-Level Certificate certified by the Commissioner of Oaths. • 4 IEK paid-up members (Corporate or Fellows) as signatories. • A copy of the national ID certified by the Commissionerof Oaths. • Two passport photographs • Transfer fees of Sh. 3,000 Graduate Members Suited for graduates, those seeking membership in this category must present a project report. They must also have fulfilled the following requirements. • A copy of Degree certificate certified by the Commissioners of Oaths. • A copy of Engineers Registration Board (ERB) Graduate certificate certified by the Commissioner of Oaths. • A copy of O-Level Certificate certified by the Commissioner of Oaths. • 2 IEK paid-up members (Corporate or Fellows) as signatories. • A copy of the national ID certified by the Commissioner of Oaths. • Two passport photographs • An entrance fee of Sh. 1,500 Student Members This category caters for Engineering Students institutions of higher learning.

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They must fulfill the following requirements before becoming registered members of IEK. • A copy of O- Level Certificate certified by the Commissioner of Oaths • A copy of the national ID certified by the Commissioner of Oaths. • 2 IEK paid-up members (Corporate or Fellows) as signatories. • A copy of their student ID certified by the commissioner of Oaths • Two passport photographs • An entrance fee of Sh. 100

Associate

1,000/-

Companion

1,000/-

Graduate

1,000/-

Bank Details No cash payment is received at the office. All payments should be made to: Account Name: Institution of Engineers of Kenya Bank: Standard Chartered Bank Branch: Moi Avenue Account Number: 0102024134900 Please bring the deposit slip for receipting

Application forms can be downloaded from the IEK website www.iekenya.org or obtained from IEK Secretariat offices at Transcom House Annex, 1st Floor. Transfer fees From Member to Fellow

3,000/-

From Graduate to Member

3,000/-

From Student to Graduate:

1,800/-

Annual subscription fees Fellow

6,000/-

Member

3,000/-

Associate

3,000/-

Companion

3,000/-

Graduate

2,000/-

Plot Levy Fellow

1,500/-

Member

1,500/-

Associate

1,500/-

Companion

1,500/-

Graduate

1,500/-

Development Fund Fellow

1,000/-

Member

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ARREARS In accordance with clause 6.09 of the constitution of the institution of engineers of Kenya, a notice is hereby given to “all classes of members whose annual subscription or installment of entrance fees are in arrears for two or more years that they shall be excluded from the institution and shall thereupon cease to be members.” All members whose annual subscription payment is in arrears of up to 2 years are eligible to a penalty not exceeding sh: 10,000. The amount of arrears can be obtained by checking with the IEK Secretariat. Kindly ensure that you have cleared any outstanding payments with us as soon as possible. All members are requested to pay their annual subscription fees at the beginning of the year. BENEFITS OF REGISTERING WITH IEK A part from being a prerequisite by the ERB there are numerous benefits that engineers registered by the IEK enjoys. They include: • IEK arbitrates for its members in the case of a work relate dispute. • Members get a chance to network and exchange ideas during the annual conferences. They also get a chance to present their ideas during the conference. • IEK advocate for better working terms for its members and also advocates for better positioning of engineers in society.

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YEAR

EVENT

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Engineering for Peace Prosperity - KICC Nairobi

1987

Engineering in Development - KICC Nairobi

March 1994

Engineering for Self Reliance - KICC Nairobi

December 1994

Role of the Engineer in Sustainance Development - KICC Nairobi

November 1995

Role of the Engineer in Industrialization - 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 Inter-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 May 2012

The Role of Engineering Practitioners in the Implementation of the Constitution -KICC, Nairobi

May 10th 2013

Innovative EngineeringSolutions for Industrialization of Counties - Tom Mboya Labour College

7th – 9th May 2014

The Engineer & Rural Infrastructure – Leisure Lodge Resort

13th - 15th May 2015

Engineering Opportunities and Capacity Building in the Emerging Natural Resources Discoveries-Intercontinental Hotel, Nairobi.

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Eng. R. K. Kosgei FIEK - Chairman

Eng. M. E. Okonji FIEK - 1st Vice Chairman

Eng. Rosemary W. Kungu FIEK - 2nd Vice Chairman

Eng. Nathaniel O. Matalanga MIEK - Hon. Secretary

Eng. R. K. Chepkwony FIEK - Hon. Treasurer

Eng. Collins Gordon Juma FIEK - Member

Eng. Anthony K. Sang MIEK - Member

Eng. Jane Mutulili FIEK - Co opted Member

Eng. Kahoro Wachira MIEK - Member

Eng. Njagi Charagu FIEK, Member

Eng. John Tanui FIEK - Member

Eng. Emelda Odhiambo MIEK - Member

Eng. Kennedy Makudiu MIEK - Member

Eng. J. M. Riungu FIEK - Retiring Past Chairman

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Branch Committee Members (current) Mombasa Branch

Western Branch

Eng. Julius Odumbe Chairman

Eng. Dr. R. O. Onchiri MIEK - Chairman

Other Committee Members - Eng.Nathan.Ateka Vice-Chairman

Other Committee Members

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Eng. Mwaka Mungatana Secretary / Treasurer

- Eng. Dr. Simiyu Sitati Sec/treasurer

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Mr. Fanuel K. Mwashigadi Eng. R. Wanyoike Eng. M. Omenda Mr. G. Amarnath

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- Eng. Roselane M. Ambasi Jilo Vice-Chairman

Central Branch

Eng. Prof. Paul Ndirangu Kioni MIEK - Chairman Other Committee Members - Eng. David Mwaniki - Eng. Moses Mbae - Eng. E. M. Kibathi - Mr. K. G. Kariuki

Eng. Prof. E. Kipkorir Eng. Eric Ngage Eng. Agumba, M. Orot Eng. JosephatAsira Eng. Moses Mukangula

Eng.Zachary Ang’anya Immediate Past Chairman

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M & E Consulting Engineers

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Kabarnet Lane, Off Kabarnet Road, P.O. Box 50744 - 00100, Nairobi, Kenya Telephone: +254 20 387 0938, Office Mobile: + 254 - 715 251 545 Website:www.mandeconsulting eng.com

PROFILE M&E Consulting Engineers is a consulting engineering firm which specializes in mechanical and electrical engineering 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

Jomo Kenyatta International Airport

National Record Centre/Archives Building, Kampala

Proposed UON Tower

Ukulima Cooperative House

Piedmont Plaza - Nairobi

Shelter Afrique Centre, Nairobi

Experience The company experience includes landmark projects including Master Plans for Moi University, Eldoret and Multimedia University, Mbagathi; design work for Jomo Kenyatta International Airport expansion and renovation; University of Nairobi Tower and National Records Centre and Archives Building, Kampala.

Directors Eng. Arthur W. Ogwayo: a graduate of Sheffield University and Essex University, England. Eng. Ogwayo's experience of over 40 years includes the running of the electrical department (including a 2.5 MW power station) at Magadi Soda Co. Ltd. In addition he has worked in telecommunication engineering in East African Posts and Telecommunications Corporation. For five years Eng. Ogwayo undertook work in building services consultancy with East African Engineering Consultants as the Chief Electrical Engineer.

Eng. John Morrison Litondo PE: is a graduate of Oklahoma State University, U.S.A. Eng. Litondo has over 40 years’ experience in mechanical engineering his experience includes apprenticeship at J.T. Ryerson & Sons Inc., U.S.A., and subsequent work in Kenya Cooperative Creameries Ltd., Lake Hardwares Ltd., Wheat Board of Kenya and building services consultancy with East African Engineering Consultants as the Chief Mechanical Engineer.

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IEK CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES FOR 2015 Interview Mechanical Panel

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Disciplinary & Arbitration

30

Membership Meeting

02

FAD

07

414

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Council

10

FAD

14

Industrialisation & Environ

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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

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

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Membership Meeting

01

FAD

06

417

th

Council Meeting

EFEF

12

FAD

13

Industrialisation & Environ

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Contract Management

2631

Disciplinary & Arbitration

30

Membership Meeting

05

FAD

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EFEF 418

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Council Meeting

27

EFEF

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Annual Mombasa Trip

2530

IET 31th National Conference 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

Membership Meeting

7

408 Council Meeting

09

FAD Meeting

13

Disciplinary & Arbitration

30

th

Feb

Membership Meeting

05

409th Council Meeting

13

FAD

17

Disciplinary & Arbitration

27

Mar

Membership Meeting

05

FAD Meeting

10

410

13

th

Council Meeting

FAD

17

Industrialisation & Environ

20

Interview Agricultural Panel

23

Interview Civil Panel

24

Interview Electrical Panel

25

Interview Mechanical Panel

26

Disciplinary & Arbitration

27

Apr

Membership Meeting

02

411

10

th

Council Meeting

EFEF

13

FAD Meeting

14

May

Membership Meeting

07

412th Council Meeting

08

PIP

09

IEK Annual Conference

1315

Annual General Meeting

14

Annual Dinner Dance

15

FAD Meeting

20

Jun

Membership Meeting

04

EFEF

08

Aug

Sept

Oct

Nov

Dec

09

FAD 413rd

Jul

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

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Value addition to agricultural products

This is to announce that the 22nd Engineers International Conference organized by the Institution of Engineers of Kenya will be held from 13th –15thMay 2015 at the intercontinental Hotel Nairobi. It will provide a platform for engineers, academicians, industrialist, and associated professionals from the East African region and other parts of the world to share experiences, challenges, and new knowledge on engineering matters.

v.

Water resources

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Water and harvesting

The event will feature a comprehensive technical programme with distinguished keynote speakers form the industry and policy makers. The theme of the 2015 conference is “Engineering Opportunities & Capacity Building In Emerging Natural Resources Discoveries”. Themes for which the papers are solicited include, but not limited to:

vii. Sanitation& Environment viii. Manufacturing ix.

Informal sector products

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New ICT services and products

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Ethics

xii. Governance xiii. Engineering education xiv. Research xv.

Innovation

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Oil and petroleum resources

xvi. Rail,Road,& Waterways Transportation

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Renewable energy

xvii. Housing and construction materials

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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 The Secretariat | Institution of Engineers of Kenya P.O. Box 41346 - 00100 Nairobi,Kenya Tel No: +254 20 271 6922, 2729326, 2059350 Cell Phone: +254 721 729363 | Fax: +254 20 2716922 Email: secretariatiek@gmail.com iekconference@gmail.com Website: www. iekenya.org

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PAPER FORMAT In Microsoft Word, script size 12, with a 100- word abstract. (Template to be downloaded from the IEK website) – www.iekenya.org CHAIRMAN’S MESSAGE The Institution of Engineers of Kenya is a learned society of engineering profession whose core function include partnering with national and international bodies in developing and applying engineering for the benefit of mankind. Our core values are professionalism, innovation, responsiveness, accountability and integrity. Visit our website: www.iekenya.org

IEK CHAIRMAN Eng. R. K. Kosgei, FIEK CONFERENCE CHAIRMAN Eng. C. Juma, MIEK RAPPORTEURS • Oscar Ondeng’, Grad. MIEK • Kinyua Wachira, Grad. MIEK

DEADLINES Submission of Papers Via Email: 30th January 2015 Notification of Acceptance: 13th February 2015 Revised Paper Upload Deadline: 13th March 2015 Author Registration Deadline: 10th April 2015

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J. R. Hillier

G. Ngaruro

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F. J. Goody

A. A. McCorkindale

1947 – 1948 E. Parsons 1948 – 1950 W. Urguart 1950 – 1951 Brig. Gen. Sir G. D. Rhoders

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L. Fergusson

J. F. Kahumbu

S. M. Kaburu

1996 – 1998 S. K. Kiragu 1998 – 2000 S. O. Noah

2002 – 2004 Prof. A. V. Otieno 2004 – 2006 J. M. Wanyoike

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Lt. Col. H. R. Bridger

F. H. Woodrow

S. Sarda

Pro. F. J. Gichaga

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A. O. Cosgrove

C. T. Henfrey

J. Mimano

D. M. Kialah

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Sir Charles R. Westlaker

T. Eckersley

H. Mangat

A. W. Ogwayo

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S. L. Paterson

F. E. A. Nderitu

I. K. W. Mutonyi

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1994 – 1996

A. P. N. Waligo

J. H. Omolo

Prof. J. K. Musuva

A. Johnstone 1956 – 1957 J. C. Lithgow

2000 – 2002 D. W. Njora

2006 – 2008 W. J. Odhiambo 2008 – 2010 F. W. Ngokonyo 2010 -2012 D. M. Wanjau-Maina 2012 - 2014 J. M. Riungu 2014- To date R. K. Kosgei

IEK Secretaries (past and present) 1973 - 1977 Eng. J K Musuva

1996 - 2004 Eng. D M Wanjau

1977 - 1985 Eng. Prof. F J Gichaga

2004 - 2015 Eng. M Shiribwa

1985 - 1992 Eng. D K Some

2015 - Date Eng. Matalanga

1992 - 1996 Eng. Prof. A V Otieno

As engineers, we were going to be in a position to change the world - not just study it. Henry Petroski

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Eng. D. M. Wanjau-Maina FIEK, Chairman

Eng.(Prof) Francis J. Gichaga FIEK, Vice - Chairman

Eng. (Prof) Harry Kaane MIEK, Member

Eng. S. K. Kamau MIEK, Member

Mr. Peter B. Kusimba Member

Eng. Reuben K. Kosgei FIEK, Member

Eng. J. M. Riungu FIEK, Member

Eng. Abdullahi Samatar MIEK, Member

Eng. Grace L. Onyango MIEK, Member

Eng. (Prof) Bancy Mati Member

Eng. Aruna A. Patel MIEK, Member

Eng. Nicholas Mulinge Registrar

ERB Chairmen 1970 - 1983 Eng. S. J. Mbugua 1983 - 1989 Eng. J. Mimano 1989 - 1996 Eng. P. W. Wambura 1996 - 1998 Eng. A. M. H. Sharawe

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1998 - 1999 Eng. S. T. Akute 1999 - 2001 Eng. E. K. Mwongera,

2006 - 2007 Amb. (Eng) M. M. Mahamud, CBS CBC, EBS, OGW

2001 – 2003 Eng. P. M. Wakori 2003 - 2007 Eng. E. K. Mwongera,

(present)

2012 to date Eng.D. M. Wanjau

2007 - 2012 Eng. M. S. M. Kamau CBS, HSC

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 engineering training programmes is one of the key tasks that the Engineers Board of Kenya (EBK) has set out to achieve using its Strategic Plan. Nearly 2,000 engineering graduates stand to benefit from a multibillion government-funded internship programme in this plan. EBK has budgeted Ksh 11.2 billion for the government sponsored apprenticeship programme, which will be spread between 2014-2019.This year, 2015, Ksh 240 million will go towards funding the development of internship programmes. The EBK also hopes to fill the knowledge gap through cooperation and joint ventures with leading local and foreign construction and technology firms to realize the gains of this project.

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According to EBK, the apprenticeship project hopes to equip 400 graduate engineers with firsthand skills to help them meet the current market demands. The project, which targets 1,800 graduates by 2019, is in line with the EBK strategic plan of formulating policies and measures to build domestic capacity and capabilities, especially in engineering and construction, through local and overseas training. “One main reason for this problem may be the type of training given by institutions most of which may not be adequate to prepare the engineer to perform in the market place. Another issue is that the current engineering manning level may not be equivalent to market demands,� says the EBK Strategic Plan.

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The Board is also looking at the option of imposing a levy on all capital infrastructure as another way of getting resources to train engineers like was done with the hospitality industry in the 1980s. EBK argues that without adequate flexible funding like the infrastructure projects training levy, Kenya will not be able to locally meet the engineering personnel required for the implementation of Vision 2030, which envisages infrastructure projects of not less than Kshs 200 billion per year. “While Kenya started producing graduate engineers long before Tanzania, currently Tanzania has more than four times locally registered engineers compared to Kenya due to a well structured and funded graduate engineers internship programme. With a levy of only one per cent on infrastructure projects cost, Kenya would be able to meet the graduate engineers internship costs both for the current number that is unregistered, and future engineering graduates of all disciplines. If 0.5 per cent levy is imposed, the amount raised would be adequate to fund graduating engineering graduates while government directly funds the internship of the current backlog of the unregistered engineers,” says the roadmap. The EBK board and the Institution of Engineers of Kenya (IEK) will be undertaking vigorous lobbying with Government and members of Parliament for the imposition of the levy to ensure the country becomes self sufficient in supply of professional engineers. Also top on EBK’s agenda this year are plans to standardize engineering courses in all institutions. The Board says that it has noted the heavy dependence by most Kenyan industries on imported technology and equipment, and on imported technical expertise for maintenance as one of the biggest set-backs. EBK blames this on the training engineers receive. The EBK plan is quoted as stating that: “One main reason for this problem may be the type of training given by these institutions, most of which may not be adequate to prepare the engineer to perform in the market place. Another issue is that the current

engineering manning level may not be equivalent to market demands.” To curb this, EBK will spend Ksh 1.3 million in evaluating and accrediting engineering programmes for both public and private universities and colleges to ensure compliance with the Board’s requirements. Another Ksh 3.2 million will be committed towards administering engineering professional examinations before prospective engineers can be allowed to practice. The board has also realized the need for constant professional development of engineers with the aim of sensitizing, educating and promoting their ethical behaviour. This will be done through forums and workshops. For this EBK has allocated Ksh 6.5million. Another Ksh 4 million will be spent in developing and implementing continuing professional development programmes for practicing engineers. The EBK plans to spend Ksh 4.2million for the purposes of sensitizing professionals about the Engineers Procedures and Manual. EBK hopes to liaise with training institutions, professional associations and engineering organizations in order to come up with the standards and better engineering personnel in the country. At present, the country is in urgent need of at least 30,000 engineers if it is to achieve the Vision 2030 goal. Engineers Board of Kenya intends to register a total of 3,105 engineers in 2015. The batch will include 2,800 graduate engineers, 240 professionals and 50 consulting engineers. At the same time, the Board intends to license at least 10 consulting firms. For this particular venture, EBK has allocated a sum of Ksh 6.3million. The realization of this year’s plans is pegged on a Ksh388 million budget, to which the national government’s contribution is pegged at Ksh 288 million. The Board has also received a Ksh 50 million boost from the World Bank. The balance of Ksh 50 million will be drawn from Appropriation-inAid, which includes money drawn from application fees and the annual subscription by members.

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


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Counties Kitui County’s projects on Lands, Infrastructure and Urban Development Off to a Spanking Start to Revitalize County’s Infrastructure

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Bungoma County Limbering Up for a Massive Expansionary Plan to Connect the Entire County

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THE COUNTY GOVERNMENT OF KITUI

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 - Governor

Eng. Paul C.K. Kioko County Executive Committee ( CEC ) Member, The County Ministry of Lands, Infrastructure and Urban Development

Mr. Shadrack Muli Munyithya The Chief Officer, County Ministry of Lands, Infrastructure and Urban 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 County Ministry of Lands, Infrastructure and Urban Development (LIUD) is one of the ten ministries of The County Government of Kitui. It has three Directorates; Directorate of Infrastructure, Directorate of Lands, and Directorate of Urban Management and Development. The Directorate of Infrastructure has four Departments, namely Public Works, Housing, Roads and Allied Infrastructure, and Transport and Mechanical.

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The Department of Roads and Allied Infrastructure, established by The County Government of Kitui, started its operations in June,2013.The Department, inter-alia, is committed to building its capacity to improve service delivery to the residents of Kitui County. Being the sixth largest county in the Republic of Kenya, Kitui is very unique in that it is vast, and has numerous areas that had no road connection. The County has since equipped the Department with mechanical, plant and equipment, and operational vehicles, to ensure more road connectivity and efficiency in the delivery of road infrastructure and services to the county population.

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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 Eng. Jeremiah N. Kisilu

PRINCIPAL WORKS OFFICER Ms. Valilian Matheka

SUB-COUNTY & TOWN CIVIL/ STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS (10NO.)

SUB-COUNTY WORKS OFFICERS AND QUANTITY SURVEYORS (10NO.)

ASSISTANTS CIVIL / STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS

ASSISTANT SUB - COUNTY WORKS OFFICERS AND QUANTITY SURVEYORS

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1.0 Department of Roads & Allied Infrastructure Mandate and Establishment 1.1 Mandate The mandate of the Department is to construct, maintain and manage all county roads and related civil structures such as drifts, culverts, bridges, walk ways and road furniture among others under the County Government of Kitui and in line with the Constitution and Vision 2030. The Department has embraced the following strategic objectives, in order to achieve its mandates: • Development of the County transport information database for effective transport planning & management • Improvement on safety, security, reliability and speed in transporting people and goods • Facilitation of inter and extra county integration and trade • Development and promotion of appropriate human resource capacities in the infrastructure sector, especially for the youth, women, persons with disabilities and the marginalized • Ensure enforcement and compliance with sector laws and regulations. • Development of quality controls and technology transfer and/or partnership with relevant institutions for the common good • Ensure thirty percent (30%) of the contracts go to the youth and the disadvantaged according to National Government Procurement Regulations. To achieve this, the department will enforce development regulations in the following areas-: where infrastructure designs & specifications conform to best

practices from design, implementation, commissioning as well as decommissioning; Constructing, upgrading, rehabilitating and maintaining county roads; Controlling reserves for county roads and access to roadside developments; Implementation of road policies in relation to the county; Ensure that the quality of road is in accordance with the standards defined by the department; Oversee the management of traffic on county roads and road safety; Ensure that motorists adhere to guidelines on axle load control; Plan the development and maintenance of county roads; and, generally Monitor the use of roads. The Department has improved the road coverage in the county by upgrading existing, and opening up new roads within our county. 1.3 Sub-County Offices In order to improve service delivery, the Department has established 10 (ten) offices in the respective Sub-County headquarters and the two main towns which are operational. The following are the sub-counties and locations of the offices respectively: 1.Mwingi North – Kyuso 2. Mwingi Central - Mwingi town 3. Mwingi West – Migwani 4. Kitui West – Kabati 5. Kitui Rural – Kiusyani 6. Kitui South – Mutomo 7. Kitui East - Zombe 8. Kitui Central – Kitui Town 9. Kitui Town – Kitui County Headquarters 10. Mwingi Town – Mwingi town Further, the Department is currently in the process of constructing 47 drifts across the county, 1 bridge, and multiple cell box culverts to enhance connectivity as

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440.00

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127.00

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it has been a major challenge to the residents of the county. The tendering process is on-going. The following are the Main Activities the Department carries out to ensure the finished infrastructure is sound in terms of functionality, safety, and cost effectiveness: • Supervision of box culverts and drifts constructions • Supervision of road works, that is, culvert installation, grading works and earthworks • Supervision and commissioning of street lighting • Material testing for quality control and assurance • Setting out of road structures • Issuing out site instructions and processing of payment claims

• Processing extension of time claims and other contract claims • Preparation of progress reports and other duties as assigned • Carrying out road condition surveys and inventory • Preparation of contract documents (designs, bills of quantities and special specifications) • Organizing final inspection and handing over of the completed projects • Consideration for approval of buildings, structural drawings, and details The Plates below show some of the works being undertaken by the Department:

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 In order to create and improve the number and capacity of contractors across the county, the Department, in partnership with National Construction Authority (NCA), embarked on a program which saw over 1,800 persons trained and equipped with skills relevant in starting and managing new businesses in the construction industry. This has seen the Department get quality work whenever contracts are awarded because the capacity of the contractors has improved, as well as the competition for the jobs available. The public has also benefited since there is equitable share of the available income through creation of more jobs to more people across the county. The trained contractors were able to carry out the works under Community Level Infrastructure Development Program (CLIDP). This is partly because the project

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costs had a ceiling of Sh. 1 million and, therefore, the newly trained contractors met the threshold. Under this program each ward was allocated an equivalent amount of money for development. The community identifies and prioritizes the projects to be carried out using the guidelines provided by the County Government.

4.0 Commissioning of Roads On 23 rd January, 2015, the County held a colourful road commissioning event meant to sensitise the community on the achievements of the County with regard to road construction and general improvement of infrastructure. The event was a big success as it was graced by H.E. The Governor, Dr. Julius M. Malombe, in the presence of the Former Vice President, Mr. Kalonzo Musyoka, and Hon. Senator, David Musila, among other 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 (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) The County has held several investment forums and is planning to hold even more such forums geared at attracting potential investors by showcasing the county’s available investment opportunities. On Friday, 25 th and Saturday, 26 th September, 2015, there was a Kitui County Investment Conference ( KCIC ), held at Kitui County Showgrounds at Ithookwe, Kitui Town. A lot of investors showed interest in investing in the country, especially in infrastructure development. Kindly log onto www.kcic. go.ke for more information. The County also welcomes any other interested partners to come and share in the many business opportunities available.

7.0 Way Forward

The ministry has equipped the Directorate of Roads and Allied Infrastructure to enhance its operations both in terms of machinery and qualified personnel. This is aimed at making Kitui County an attractive investment destination through reliable and sustainable infrastructure, with a vision to attain and sustain world class roads infrastructure to enhance socio–economic development. The directorate is in the process of setting up a material testing lab for quality control, and acquiring machinery to enhance operations within the county. The Ministry intends to form a Transport and Mechanical Department, which will be responsible for maintenance 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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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

Meru County Government County Minister for Transport and Infrastructure, Hon. Eng. Newton Itobi Bariu

Most people associate Meru County with its rich source of indigenous foods such as plantain, maize, millet or cabbages. For some, it is the memories of the superfast driven pick-up cars that used to ferry miraa (Khat) from the county to Nairobi before its major importers, Britain, walked out of the trade. Then there is the road that leads to Ithaguni, the 18th tallest peak of Mount Kenya. In more than one ways, there is something worth admiring in Meru more so now with a new set of roads constructed using a new system that promises to ease access to the larger Meru region. For the longest time, Meru’s road infrastructure had been left behind. Until 2013, only 350Kilometres out of the county’s 4,000 Kilometres rural road network had

been tarmacked. This not only spelled doom for the agriculture dependent county to market its produce, but also threatened to jeopardise the Meru’s 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 Probase Roads System. 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 newly elected Meru County Governor, H.E. Hon. Peter Munya, in the company of a contingent of members of his cabinet, visited Malaysia on a sightseeing mission of a cheaper and effective way of constructing durable rural roads. “We visited Malaysia with the Governor to meet the Probase Team and in the process caught a glimpse of the roads they constructed to have confidence of what they had to offer. Malaysia is a palm-growing region known for employing heavy trucks during transporting of palm seeds and rainy climatic conditions just like Meru County, which grows bananas as the main horticulture crop. We automatically

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knew the technology would serve us right since it exactly suits Meru’s peculiar characteristics,” says Hon. Eng. Newton Itobi Bariu, Meru’s 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 MOU entailed the designing, construction and maintainance of a 10 Kilometre road pilot project in Meru at a cost of USD 3.6 million (Kshs 360 million at current exchange rates) to be financed jointly by the Meru County and Probase Manufacturing. The document also gave room for Probase Manufacturing to construct an additional 300 km road stretch within the county at a cost of USD 104 million (Kshs 10 billion) upon completion of the first 10 Kilometre within nine constituencies of Meru. According to Probase Manufacturing,the multibillion cost of road construction would be funded by Exim Bank of Malaysia with Kenya Government, through Meru County, providing sovereign guarantee. The 10 km pilot project road between Kianjai-Mikinduri successfully commenced in October 2014 following a ground breaking ceremony. The Malaysian company quickly moved construction materials to the site, kickstarting the project which was set to take three months to complete.

The magic behind the Probase roads By signing the agreement, Meru County automatically positioned Kenya on the global map by placing it as the 14th country to benefit from the 13 year- old technology. Kenya also became the first country in East and Central Africa to use Probase, a factor that has contributed greatly to the recent adaptation of this technology by the neighbouring Uganda. The system has been used in South Africa and Senegal with each of the two African countries sharing its success stories. It is with such confidence that the county agreed to extend the terms to include a further 300 Kilometre road construction that is expected to take three years to complete once the agreement has been finalised. Probase Technology is cheaper, environmentally friendly, fast to construct, easy to maintain, its surface is dust and water resistant and it is cheaper to upgrade an existing surface to an asphalt road.

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The first step to getting a Probase road is known as stabilisation. The step can be omitted if the soil meets the standards required for sealing. The common methods of stabilising soil include stabilisation by compaction, mechanical stabilization or by the use of stabilising additives like cement, lime, bitumen and many other stabilisers available in the market. Alternatively, you may use Probase stabilising products, namely TX-85 soil stabilizer and strengthener and SH-85 Soil hardener. The second step is known as sealing, which involves the use for waterproofing and dust control on the road surface. The stabilised soil surface is sealed with Probase PB-65 soil sealant to provide a waterproof layer that stops rain water from penetrating into the soil and keep the road in dry condition at all times. The third step is maintenance. Here, engineers patch any pothole or depression by mixing soil with TX-85, followed by sealing a layer of PB-65 soil sealant on the affected 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 long lasting road. For Meru County, the MOU will see it benefit from a five year maintenance without additional costs. “Probase SH-85 soil hardener is a soil cement-like product made from waste biomass silica which hardens roads.TX-85 is a chemical component used for stabilizing and strengthening soil where the surface that is under construction does not meet the requirements for sealing,” says Mr. Winson Choong, Probase International Business Development Manager. “Once stabilized, the soil surface is sealed with PB-65 soil sealant to provide a waterproof layer. This prevents rain from penetrating into the soil. Thus, it keeps the road dry. A stabilized soil road in dry condition will perform in its best condition with Probase PB-65 soil sealant covered on soil surface, making it dust free and mud free at all times,” Mr. Choong explained further. The icing that made the project lucrative was the cost.

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Unlike the normal road construction where two layers of road are paved, the new technology uses surface dressing where one layer is compressed until no water can penetrate. This in itself eliminates the perennial drainage problem on most Kenyan roads. Second,the pavement structure is improved to between 150mm200mm which reduces costs by three times. According the current market rates, it would cost Ksh.70 million to construct one Kilometre of a conventional road while it will only cost Ksh.22 million to construct the same using the Probase system, ultimately making it the most competitive system compared to other rural road systems.

The evident change When H.E. Hon. Peter Munya officially unveiled the Probase Project at a colourful ceremony attended by governors from other counties, including Vihiga, Kitale, TharakaNithi, Embu, Wajir and Marsabit, other dignitaries and hundreds of Meru residents at Urru Stadium in Meruon 24th June, 2015, seven out of the 10 roads constructed using the technology were already in use with most of its beneficiaries praising it as a break from their “muddy” and impassible” past.The project was fully financed by Meru County Government through the Department of Transport and Infrastructure. “If you came to Meru five years ago then visit today you would realise the outright difference. The Kianjae-Miathene-

Mikinduri road has increased accessibility to markets and learning institutions. St. Lukes High School, Miathene High School and Miathene market are among the main beneficiaries of the road,” said Hon. Eng. Newton Itobi Bariu adding that “Meru County is moving to small towns focusing on 15 to 20 towns within sub - counties, having developed the major towns, Meru, Maua, Nkubu and Timau, for the changing face of Meru County.” It is such positive feedback that the Probase Kenya team aims to build a factory in the country in the next two years with the aim of improving rural roads in the country. In that eventuality, Meru County stands to benefit further 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 Youth Service (NYS) to acquire training from the Probase Kenya team for their officers to maintain national roads. NYS will bring officers from the nine sub - counties for training who will in turn train others and create employment for the youth,” said Eng. Itobi. At present the county is waiting for the national government to approve the remaining part of the loan from Malaysia’s Exim Bank which accrues a three percent interest rate. Hon. Eng. Newton Itobi Bariu says that the 300 Kilometre stretch will also include a facelift on the round-abouts and T-Junctions within the county to ease traffic congestion.

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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, green and a model county for all Meru residents. To achieve this vision, the Government of Meru

County spearheaded by Hon. Governor Peter Munya unveiled its first County Integrated Development Plan (CIDP) 2013-2017 in July 2014, becoming the

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fifth county to launch their CIDP as required by the constitution. The strategic plan prioritizes the county’s key flagship projects, the methodologies, deliverables and time frames for achieving these goals. Key flagship projects include Transport and Infrastructure, Health, Water, Environment and Natural Resources, Education, Agriculture, Cooperatives, Tourism and Enterprise Development, Youth, Gender, Culture and Sport, Lands, ICT and Planning and Public Service and Administration.

Transport and Infrastructure Meru County aims to become a world class county in transport and infrastructure. To achieve this goal, the county has launched several transport 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 paving of bus parks at Maua, Makutano, Riverland, and Nkubu stage in Meru and Timau stage; bridges in various wards and 300 Kilometres of Probase Road Technology. Some of these projects include: 517km of heavy grading, 260km of heavy manual re-shaping and 345km of light bush clearing. So far, the county has completed a 10km Kianjai- Mikinduri probase technology pilot project, Riverland-Gakoromone surface dressing and improved bus parks in major towns in the county.

well maintained diverse environment. The county is committed to providing clean safe drinking water, a clean and healthy environment and ensuring effective sewer and waste management projects. To provide clean water, the county has already finalized the preliminary designs of seven dams, over 400Km of aggregated pipes for various community projects and the county has the capacity to harvest 11 million litres of rain water. In sewer and waste management, the county got a Ksh2.7 billion sewer financing support from JICA (Japan International Co-operation Agency), completed Ksh60 million Makutano Sewer Line, installed Maua Sewer Commitments and has rehabilitated dumpsites in different parts of the county. The county has started reclaiming its riparian areas and other ecological sensitive areas.

Education To create educated and skilled society for sustainable development, Meru County is banking on increasing Early Childhood Development Education (ECDE) teachers and classrooms, mentorship and bursary programmes and transforming the county’s polytechnics by equipping and staffing tertiary institutions. Remarkably, Meru County moved from position 33 in 2013 to position 17 in 2014.

Agriculture Health Meru County is committed to ensuring a healthy population in the county for sustainable social and economic development. To achieve this, the county is dedicated to providing drugs and non-pharmaceuticals, ambulances, chemistry analyser machines, ultra sound machines, standby generators for hospitals and hospital beds for at least five hospitals. Already, the county has acquired a CT scan and dialysis machines, new ambulances and automated health delivery to improve service delivery.

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Meru County aims to transform its agricultural sector to an innovative, green and commercially oriented industry. In coffee farming and harvesting, the county has ensured one milling point for all Meru coffee with over Ksh500 million paid out in 2014. In dairy farming, the county has subsidized Artificial Insemination (AI) services, intervened in improving dairy breeds by importing quality semen and installed over 20 milk coolers in various wards. Greater dry sections of the County provides investment opportunities in winery and conversations on grape farming and harvesting are ongoing with the Kenya Wine Agencies Limited (KWAL). In potatoes farming and harvesting, the county boasts of three cold 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 million fish processing plant at Kanyakine in Imenti South and plans are underway to establish a banana processing facility with an annual capacity of more than 323,000 tones.

Cooperatives, Tourism and Enterprise Development Meru County is banking on cooperatives and tourism and enterprise development to become a self-reliant county. To achieve this, the county is investing in coffee milling, tourism promotion and Conservancy, partnerships for market access, promotion of SMEs and Women, Youth and General traders SACCOs,

CUCK, USAID Program - enhance SACCOs with over 80,000 members in the New Sacco’s. Youth, Gender, Culture and Sport 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 achieve this, Meru County is investing in renovation of stadia, a golf course, music studio, cultural centres and youth talent centres. In July 2014, Meru County successfully hosted the Meru Rugby Sevens at Kinoru Stadium, gearing up the county’s efforts to becoming the country’s home of sports. The county has refurbished Kinoru’s playing surface, stands and erected a perimeter

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wire fence with a view to transform it into a world class stadium (project 70 per cent complete). Lands, ICT and Planning Meru County is on its way to becoming the centre of excellence in development planning, ICT, housing and land management. Spatial plans have kicked off in Meru, Nkubu, Maua, Laare and Timau towns. These plans include Housing Technologies to fast tracking land adjudication and Public Land Mapping. In the County Integrated Development Plan (CIDP mid-term review), the county’s ICT roadmap aims at installing public and infrastructure connectivity and a county bureau of statistics. Public mapping to plan new and existing towns. In ICT, the county has already laid 216 Kms of fibre through NOFBI (National Optical Fibre Backbone Infrastructure), thus connecting the county to the world. The county is also promoting mobile based solutions for faster and efficient service delivery.

Public Service and Administration Quality workforce is a priority for Meru County, which boasts of having the most qualified workforce with an outstanding gender parity of 52 per cent females. To improve security, the county is upgrading police stations and police vehicles and working with prisons department in rehabilitation programmes. The county has rolled out several civic education programs and has already put a public participation law in place. In improving disaster management, the county is working on a world class disaster management program. To improve administration, the County is promoting co-ordination of Government Offices both at the Sub-County and ward level.

Meru County Investment and Development Corporation The Meru County Government, in the County Integrated Development Plan (CIDP) 2013 - 2017, estimates the key flagship projects to cost Ksh. 260 billion to complete. With a Ksh. 7 billion year on year financing so far, the county is grappling with a Ksh. 3.6 billion salary bill and an operational budget, creating a huge financing deficit. Consequently in June 2015, the County Government of Meru launched the Meru County Investment and

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Development Corporation ( MCIDC ), a statutory body established under the Meru County Investment and Development Corporation Act of 2014, to market opportunities available to investors and coordinate Development Projects in the County. MCIDC hit the ground running by organizing the inaugural Meru International Investment Conference (MIICO), an investment forum that focused on tourism, agroprocessing, energy and infrastructure sectors. The conference featured exhibitions and discussion forums on various investment opportunities, attracting investors from Germany, China, Malaysia, USA and South Africa. The County is also mobilizing funds through direct investments, including discussions with the Government of Japan, University of Columbia, Malaysia’s Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce and the Export-Import Bank of Malaysia; promoting public - private partnerships; improving revenue collections; reducing any income leakages and the passing of an Investment Legislation. Other world class commercial ventures and opportunities that MCIDC is designing and promoting include Meru County Hotel and Leopard Rock refurbishment, a 15 floor office tower as an investment vehicle for individuals and corporates, rejuvenation of old estates and lower town, a fish factory, agro-Processing, and renewable energy.

Lapsset and Northern Corridor Meru County is also slated to benefit from the Lamu Port-South Sudan- Ethiopia Transport (Lapsset) corridor route with over 80km of Lapsset frontage, 700km to Lamu Port, Road to Ethiopia, a resort city, an airport and an oil refinery.

Contact Details Meru County Headquaters P.O Box 120-60200 MERU, Kenya County Secretary Office Phone: 0775501502 Tel: 0775501502 Email: merucounty@meru.go.ke Website: www.meru.go.ke

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The department of Roads, Transport, Infrastructure and Public Works strategy aims to achieve a massive Sub-County interconnectivity and improved road network to both Bitumen-standard and gravel surface type as contained in the County Integrated Development Plan (CIDP). The plan provides a framework for the entire County Roads network. Identification and prioritization of roads, which is based on Economic, Political and Social significance of the identified roads on the available budgetary allocations, may not be sufficient. The department has made a lot of progress in the County infrastructure. Well-graded community access and feeder roads enhance easy access of farmers produce to markets and eases mobility of labor and factors of production. Efficient and reliable transport services boosts trade and contributes towards creation of many entrepreneurial related jobs. Improvement of physical infrastructure enhances market access and reduces traders’ operational costs. Further to this the department has been able to purchase more machinery which has enabled it to improve its services to the citizens.

Devolution has brought with it many opportunities for improving people’s welfare. Bungoma County Government through the adoption of the County Integrated Development Plan (CIDP) placed at its forefront the task to build a capable and development oriented County. Infrastructure is an enabler in any development agenda. The roads in the County were in a pathetic condition and in some areas there were no roads to talk about. In the last two years, we embarked on opening some roads and rehabilitating and upgrading others. The department has made quite a considerable progress ever since its inception having completed nineteen urban roads translating to 44.6 Kms and sixty eight rural roads translating to 363.6 Kms. The Ministry has started the second phase which includes 11.7 Kms of Urban Roads and 101.0 Kms of Rural Roads. The Department is preparing road designs to upgrade more roads in the next financial year and ensure that the entire County will have an efficient road network that will in turn up the County’s Economy for the good of all citizenry.

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KIRUBI, Paul Muchiri

PO Box 80100 Mombasa

Min of Agriculture

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PO Box 44 Gilgil

412311442

Mater Hospital

manageramsgarissa@yahoo.com 0723462585

PO Box 53671 - 00200 Nairobi

KAMAMI, Martin Igecha

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Ministry of Water & Irrigation

0722565631

PO Box 1795 Thika

ASAWO, L.W.O

KANUI, Richard Munyao

62000-00200 Nairobi.

Ministry of Agriculture

engkituu@gmail.com

PO Box 48487-00100 Nairobi

0727495380

Ministry of Agriculture PO Box 3035 Kisumu leopoldasawo@yahoo.com 0733863535 BARAZA, Wycliffe Utility and Service Eng PO Box 12237 - 00400 Nairobi baracliff@yahoo.com 0713851225/0734870210 CHEBOSSEH, Peter Kipkemoi KOSFIP

KITUU, Michael Gareth Muthini JKUAT

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LANGAT, Philip Kibet TARDA PO Box 3554 - 00200 Nairobi

KAPTOGE Lawrance Kipkoech

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Moi University

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PO Box 3570-30200 Nairobi kaptoge@yahoo.com KARANGU, Joseph Wairore Ministry of Water and Irrigation

PO Box 119 -20406 Sotik

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jkarangu@yahoo.com

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LUSIGI, Evans Mugera Ministry of Water & Irrigation PO Box 275- 30205 matunda mugeralusigi@yahoo.co.uk 0733568508

MAGERO, Benedict Jumah GATURU John Wathuo

KIBE, John Kimani

Ministry of Water & Irrigation

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Ministry of Agriculture

PO Box 293 Homabay - 40300

wathuogaturu@gmail.com

PO Box 712-01000 Thika

benbjm@yahoo.com

0722265432

kibejohnkim2012@yahoo.com 0735-828225

GITONGA, Aron Mbijiwe

0722-843871

MAINA, Bernard Machira

Ministry of Agriculture

KIIRU, Isaac Mbugua

PO Box 630-00200 Nairobi

ENSDA

PO Box 60972-00200 Nairobi

mbijiweg@yahoo.com

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MUCHEMI, Charles Muthee

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Ministry of Agriculture

0733649809

PO Box 1905, Nyahururu muchemicharles@yahoo.co.uk

JKUAT PO Box 3736-01002 Thika njugunas@yahoo.com 0733954102

MAKUDIUH, Kennedy Wandera

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Ministry of Agriculture

MURIITHI, Charles Macharia

PO Box 454-50406 Funyula

Gibb Africa

NDIRITU, Paul Githumbi

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PO Box 827 Uthiru

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MATI, Bancy Mbura JKUAT PO Box 59890-00200 Nairobi bancym@gmail.com 0722638872 MBUGE Duncan Onyango

0737441525 NDUNGI John Mutu MUSUSI, Allan Kigani

Ministry of Water

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PO Box 48 Makuyu

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0734965626

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NJOGU, David Nyaga

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MUTINDA, Stephen

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Syntex Consultants

0725949093

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NKANYA, Jasper A. Mutegi

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Ministry of Agriculture

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MBUGUA, Simon Gatungo Ministry of Water Development PO Box 65630 Nairobi - 00607 simombugua@gmail.com 0722241242 MKAYA, Dishon Mwawasi Ministry of Agriculture PO Box 19024-00100 Nairobi

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GIBB AFRICA PO Box 2379-90100 Machakos

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0721790750

MUASYA, Charles Mutinda

CAS Consultants

Min of Water & Irrigation

PO Box 51357 - 00200 Nairobi

ODHIAMBO Nicholas A.

PO Box 18011 - 00100 Nairobi

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PO Box 235 KAKAMEGA

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Ministry of Agriculture

Cooperative University College

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OJIAMBO, Stephen Michael

0722272265

PO Box 779 - 00200 Nairobi sojiambo@yahoo.com

SIMIYU, Jane Amagove

0734590451

German Development Bank PO Box 46439 - 00100 Nairobi

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OKIA, Daniel Otieno

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ABUODHA, Silvester Ochieng

Ministry of Agriculture

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THUBU, James Wasi

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THUITA, Michael Mwangi

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Ministry of Water & Irrigation

0722-688752

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OMONDI, Tobias Nyamboche

0722222447

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TONUI, Wesley Kiprono

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ACHIA, Joshua Wilfred Ochieng Bamburi Cement Company PO Box 97615 - 80112 Makupa Mombasa joshuaachia@yahoo.com 0721376435 ACHOKY, Alfred Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure PO Box 48151 - 00100 Nairobi

ONCHWARI, Wilfred Onchoke

kichanaah@yahoo.com

engach2009@gmail.com

Ministry of Water & Irrigation

0720680742

0720-619794

WAITHAKA, Stephen

ADONGO, Yudah Ooro

0723970991

Ministry of Agriculture

Howard Humphreys

PO Box 2218 Nyahururu

PO Box 53436 Nairobi

OYIENG, Vincent Ochieng

stwaithaka2006@yahoo.com

PO Box 914 - 00521 Embakasi woonchoke@yahoo.co.uk

Ministry of Water PO Box 284 Oyugis SAMBU, Charles Kiprop Kenya Pipeline Company PO Box 73442 Nairobi charles.sambu@kpc.co.ke

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AGINGU, James Otieno

PO Box 56945-00200 Nairobi

Scott Wilson Ltd UK

dawasike@yahoo.co.uk

PO Box 8677-00100 GPO Nairobi

0722308246

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AGUDA, Gabriel Olale

ALUORA, Silas Were

ASKARI, Geofrey Kisingula

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

0722607440

0721178202

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AMADI Josphat Ogwero

ATERA, Lawrence

0722736759

KERRA

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AGUMBA, Moses Orot Kisumu Municipal Council PO Box 765 - 40100 Kisumu

AKECH, Elisha GA CONSULTANTS PO Box 2670 - 00100 Nairobi elishakech@yahoo.com 0721629706

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AMIANI, Patrick KERRA

AKETCH, Maurice Otieno

PO Box 980 - 50300 Maragoli

NCA

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0721893948

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ARASA, Gilbert Mong’are Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure

ATSYAYA, Christopher Ndavula Zenith Steel Fabricators PO Box 104350 - 00101 Nairobi

PO Box 1304 - 00502 Karen

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alihassan.ibrahim@yahoo.com

gmarasa@yahoo.com

0720823976

0720701483/0733595604

0726555858

PO Box 41-Garissa

AURA Gordon ALIMA, Samuel Aluoch Otieno

ARIEMBA, Bob Nyakwara

Shelter Consult Associates

Ministry of Environment& Natural Resources

City Council of Nairobi

PO Box 61834-00200 Nairobi

PO Box 13032 Nakuru

PO Box 3890-00506 Nairobi

gwamboga@yahoo.com

bariemba@yahoo.com

0722660130

ALKIZIM, Khalid Omar

0721755944

Metrix consoltant PO Box 26524 - 00504 Nairobi metrix@consultant.com 0722666504

ARIF, A. Salim Metrix Intergrated Consultants PO Box 26524 - 00504 Nairobi

ALUOCH Fredrick Odhiambo

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PO Box 30743-Nairobi

0720556672

BAJABER, Mohamed Omar Abubaker M.O.P.W PO Box 19493-002002 Nairobi moabajaber@gmail.com 0722-867101

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BHUNDIA, Bhagwanji Bhimji

BOSUBEN, Nelson Kipkemoi

global innovation and technical solutions (gits)

Bhundia Associates

Eldoret Water Sanitation

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

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

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butichikhamisi@gmail.com

brotherbee57@yahoo.com

0722869506

0725749880

+16472303111

255665517294/256773231127 BIEGON, Anthony Kipngetich BARASA, Joseph Mumali

PO Box 413 Kericho

PO Box 6064 - 00100 Nairobi

abiegon@ketepa.com

j2006barasa@yahoo.com

0729322872

3870022 BIRDI, Harbans Singh BENNETT, Brian

Bish & Partners

Consultant

PO Box 14197-00800 Nairobi

PO Box 39565 - 00623 Nairobi

harbansbirdi9@gmail.com

brianbennett@africaonline.com

0722763007/ 0733935407

BYAKIKA Fredrick Otieno odongo $ partners PO Box 361-00511 Nairobi fbyakika2004@yahoo.com 0725-889161

CHAKAVA Yolanda Musimbi ENTEC UK LTD PO Box 48525-Nairobi yolanda.chakava@yahoo.com 0738540174

0733606750 BIRIR, Gideon Kipkorir BETT, Gilbert Cheruiyot Seureca Africa

KURA PO Box 454-30100 Eldoret

PO Box 20913 - 00202 Nairobi

birircrucial@yahoo.com gbirir@kura.go.ke

0721277329

0722291116

BETT, James Kipkirui

BONAYA, Kamale Madibua

Brooke Bond Kenya

M.O.P.W

PO Box 2141 Kericho

PO Box 30260 Nairobi

jkkbett@yahoo.com

bkamale@yahoo.com

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CHEPKWONY, Jackson Kiprono

DESUSS, John Nyandiko

GACHICHIO, Edward Gideon

Ministry of Public Works

Kenya Railways

H Young

PO Box 20578-00100 Nairobi

PO Box 80377 Mombasa

chepkno@yahoo.com

johnnyandiko@rvr.co.ke

0723608391

0720-630046

PO Box 11758-00100 Nairobi egachichio@wananchi.com 0724332610

CHEPKWONY, Willy Simon Kipkoech NORKEN PO Box 1 Roret chepkwony@gmail.com 0721609183

DOGRA, M.S PO Box 45794- 00100 NBI 0722786806 DONDE, Richard KURA

CHERONO, Daniel Sacho

PO Box 1005-00518 Nairobi

Kenha

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0722435786

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EL-VUNA, Kenneth Keseko M.O.P.W

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PO Box 25 Maragoli

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ESYEPET, Vincent Sidai

CONSTECH ENGINEERING ENTERPRISES LIMITED We are an experienced Civil Structures and Buildings contractor with a dedicated team of qualified technical personnel and a sizeable equipment base. We have over the last 25 years dealt with various projects from major clients all over the country. Naivasha Interchange Bridge

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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 DECHE Renson Mwamuye Simeon Proffessional Consultants PO Box 45792-Nairobi rensdeche@mail.ru 0720140288

GACHAU, Erastus Mutaru Njoroge

GSK Car Park

Ministry of Roads & Public Works

Enterprise Road, KCB Building, 8th Floor, Wing A. P.O. Box 52159-00200 Nairobi, Kenya. Tel: 0206650964, Fax: 0206650963, Mobile: 0733650965, Email: info@constechengineering.com

PO Box 54293 Nairobi info@amitech.co.ke 0723969529

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UoN

CODA AND PARTNERS

PO Box 68055 -00200 Nairobi

PO Box 53980-00200 Nairobi

0721360157

PO Box 7244 -00200 Nairobi

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GAIKO, Kihiu Gichinga Ministry of Water Development PO Box 942-20300 Nyahururu kggaiko@yahoo.com 0722302401

0722527514 GATITU, James Njuguna M.O.P.W PO Box 2058 - 00100 Nairobi

fragim07@yahoo.com 0722234194

GICHURU, Joseph Mungai UN-WFP PO Box 708-00515 NAIROBI

GATUMIA, Patrick Ngunjiri

josgichuru@yahoo.co.uk

Ministry of Water Development

Ministry of Roads & Public Works

0721-241832

PO Box 59807 Nairobi

PO Box 55910 - 00200 Nairobi

GAITA, Robinson Kariuki

pngatumia@yahoo.com GAITHUMA, Joseph Kiarie

0720362382

Watstrut PO Box 612 - 00502 Nairobi

GATUNDU, Stephen Mwangi

jkiarie@watstrut.com jgaithuma@gmail.com

Ministry of Water Development

0733609250

PO Box 4440 Thika

GIKANDI Johnson Kuguru Centurion Contractors & Ag Ltd PO Box 1115-10100 Nyeri johniegikandi@yahoo.com 0722898605

SMM4440@yahoo.com GAKUBIA, Julius Kuria

0722-585455

NORKEN

KERA PO Box 40702 Nairobi

GITAU David Kio

GICHERU, Francis Gikuhi

PO Box 4413-00100 Nairobi

NORKEN GAKUBIA, Robert Nduati

PO Box 1104 Nanyuki

dkgitare@yahoo.com dgitau@NORKEN.co.ke

WASREP

fgicheru@NORKEN.co.ke

0722298964

PO Box 40702 - 00100 Nairobi

0722379267

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GITAU, Francis GICHOHI, Peter Patu KERRA PO Box 217141, Nairobi

PO Box 15472-00509 Lang’ata Hardy

GICHUHI, Francis Mwangi

GITAU, Peter Kimari

GATERU Patrick Maina

Bhudhia Consultants

Howard Humphreys

PO Box Box 327 Chuka

PO Box 1397-00618 Ruaraka

gichuhifmn@yahoo.com

pmainagateru@yahoo.com

0721-468171

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GITHERE, Paul Gagi

GWENA, Mark

INGARI, Willis Stephen Omusinde

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 KERRA PO Box 844-00206 Kiserian githui2008@yahoo.com 0721419689

GITHUNGU, Timothy M.

HARUGURA, abubakar Godana

SS Metha & Company

KERRA

PO Box 10529 - 00100 Nairobi

PO Box 86 Mandera

jkinoti@yahoo.co.uk

agodana@yahoo.com

0722776030

0724528845 IRUNGU, Peter Ngechu HIRANI Dinesh Ratna

KERRA

Margat IB Patel and Partners

PO Box 708, Thika

tgithugu@yahoo.com

PO Box 48798-00100 Nairobi

pokotcentralengineer@yahoo.com

0722287467

dee-hirani@hotmail.com

0722849583

NORKEN PO Box 15395-00509 Nairobi

0722758700 ISAIAH, Ondiba Bitange

GITONGA, Andrew 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 Ministry of Roads & Public Works PO Box 185-00502 Nairobi gkharley@africaonline.co.ke 0722518197

GUMBI, Mike Odhiambo Ministry of Roads & Public Works

ISSA Ismail IMBAMBI, Richard Misigo

TerraConsult

South Nyanza Sugar Co

PO Box 35305-00100 Nairobi

PO Box 884 Kakamega

info@terraconsultke.com

rimbambi@sonysugar.co.ke

0724714593

0722610068 ITIKO, Reuben Mulwa IMBO, Jacob Odhiambo

National Water Corporation

PO Box 956-00200 Nairobi

PO Box 1134-090200 Kitui

gumbiassociates@yahoo.com

jacobimbo@gmail.com

itikor@gmail.com

0722527578

0722358025

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KABUBO, Charles Karimi

KAINDI, Joseph Nzomo

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

KABUGU, Raphael Warui

KAKUNDI Jacob M.

M.O.P.W

Zenith Steel Fabricators

PO Box 30260 Nairobi

PO Box 20-0521 Nairobi

JAMES, NGUGI NJOROGE MANGAT PATEL & PARTNERS PO Box 48674-00100 NAIROBI njorogenjn@gmail.com 0722969339 JUMA, Hannington Raburu

jmkakundi@yahoo.co.uk KAGO, Joseph Chege

M.O.P.W

Runji & Partners

PO Box 8978 Nairobi

PO Box 39456 Nairobi - 00623 chegekago@yahoo.com

JURA, Moses Odhiambo

0723275138

KIWASCO PO Box 3210 Kisumu

KAGO, Joseph Kamande

juramosesodhiambo@yahoo.com

Min of Roads

0722736763

PO Box 8607 - 00300 Nairobi

KABAYA, Joseph Muinamia M.O.P.W PO Box 62481 - 00200 Nairobi jkabaya@kenyaweb.com

jkago27@yahoo.com 0722-804854

KAHENYA, Kamunyu

0722219078 KAMARU Joseph M. Ministry of Water & Irrigation PO Box 69359 - 00400 Nairobi kamaruh2000@yahoo.com 0725434358 KAMAU, Charles Gikanga HYDROSULT KENYA PO Box 606I4 - 00200 Nairobi kamaucharles@hotmail.com 0735209089

Engconsult

KAMAU, Geoffrey Mbugua

PO Box 42256 - 00100 Nairobi

Liberty Homes

KAHORO, Wachira

PO Box 248 Sarit Centre 00606 Nairobi

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

0726806429 / 0733987368

0722813086 KABIRU James Ndung’u PO Box 6561-00100

M.O.P.W

gakaukabochi@gmail.com KAHURA, Benjamin Njenga KABUAGE S.I PO Box 61816 Nairobi info@interconsultengineers.co.ke

Nairobi Metropolitan PO Box 843 - 00902 Nairobi

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KAREKEZI, Paul

Ministry of Water Development

MARKAN Consultants

GIBB AFRICA

PO Box 898 - 00232 Ruiru

PO Box 46647 - 00100 Nairobi

PO Box 30020 - 00100 Nairobi GPO

moseskanyotu200@yahoo.co.uk

pkarekezi@gibbinternational.com

0722612808

0733510232

KARABA, Wilson Munyu

KARIGI, Cyprian Gichobi

Conapex Consulting Eng

NORKEN

KAMAU, Robert Ikegu

PO Box 79327 - 00200 Nairobi

PO Box 703 - 00502 Nairobi

wakaraba@yahoo.com

PO Box 4534 - 01002 Madaraka Thika

0722761125

ckarigi@gmail.com

KAMAU, Michael Ndungu Howard Humpreys PO Box 10217 - 00400 Nairobi

0722817415

KAMAU, Stanley Kinuthia Ministry of Finance

KARANI, Raymond

PO Box 61319 - 00200 Nairobi

NCA

KARIMI, Paul Kimotho

skkamau@treasury.go.ke

PO Box 21046-00100 Nairobi

PO Box 2102 Mombasa

0722510783

rkarani2000@yahoo.com

kkimotho@yahoo.co.UK

0722769538

0721759342

Ecosite devt consultancy

KARANJA, Frank David

KARIUKI, Jonathan Muraguri

PO Box 22993 - 00400 Nairobi

KERRA

H.P Gauff

ecositeconsultants@gmail.com

PO Box 52351 - 00200 Nairobi

PO Box 13468 - 00800

KAMAU, William Mwangi

0722727826

info@jmkay.co.ke KARANJA, Geoffrey Mwangi

4441817/50

KAMUNGE, Simon Njoroge

Ministry of Transport

Gath Consulting Engineers

PO Box 73073 - 00200 Nairobi

KARIUKI, Minju

PO Box 14279 - 00800 nairobi

jamesm@plateauconsultants. com

Sept.com ltd

gce@gathkenya.com 4441473

KARANJA, James Michugu

PO Box 54204 - 00200 Nairobi KARIUKI,Venasio Mbataru

KANDA, Bowen Kwamba

Aviation Projects & Engineering Co

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apecltd@gmail.com

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bkanda@integrity.go.ke

0722757165

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KANDIE, Nicholas Chelimo

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PO Box 73442 Nairobi

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Wanjohi Consulting Engineers

Nairobi City Council

Gibb Africa

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PO Box 90440 - 80100 Mombasa

PO Box 21997-00100 Nairobi wakiarie@yahoo.com

KARURI, John Mwangi

KEYA, Robert Malaba

Alcatel ltd

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KIARIE, Ndekei John

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Ministry of Public Works

0770777715 KASABULI, Bernard Imbambi Land Reclamation Regional & Water

0722983864 KHABURE, Oliver Collins Wanyama Professional Consultants

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KATHINDAI, Samuel Mwanza

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KIBUNJA, Sam Kibui

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KIGENYI, Henry G

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PO Box 41727-00100 Nairobi

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KIHIU Joseph Njihia

KENHA

National Oil Corporation

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0700930690

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KIHUMBA, Hudson Wanguhu

KIMEMIA, Stanley Karanja

Kenya Roads Board

Maptech Consulting Engineers

PO Box 469 Nakuru

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KIIRU, George Mwangi

0722523397

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KIMANI Francis Murigi

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KIMORI, Stephen Ndichu

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KINYUA, Wamugunda

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engineering@loadline-africa.com

Nairobi City Council

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KIMANI Muniu Salviseus

KIMWELI, Stephen Kioko

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KIPKEINO, Pius Kiprotich

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Moi University

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KERRA

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PO Box 387 - 00618 Nairobi

PO Box 313 Keroka

emmanuel_kipkorir@yahoo.co.uk

kirimipatrick@yahoo.com

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0722598207

0722729608

0720-793674

KIPLAGAT, Simion Chirchir

KIRIRA, Dominic Kumina

KOMEN, Simon Kipkore

PO Box 56740 - 00200 Nairobi

Ministry of Roads & Public Works

Gath Consulting Engineers

skiplangat@yahoo.com 0722-418131 KIPTALA, Jeremiah Kipkulei JKUAT PO Box 1417 - 00200 Nairobi talaxkk@yahoo.com 0713631999 KIPTORUS, Kipruto Josphat E.A.E.C PO Box 49677 Nairobi 0722753871

PO Box 14105 - 00100 Nairobi dkkirira@yahoo.com 0722-798052 KIRUI Fredrick Kipngetich PO Box 41 - 20202 Kipkelion fredkip@yahoo.co.uk 0722280872 KIRUMBA, Joseph Ndiritu Uniconsult (K) Ltd PO Box 12652 - 00100 Nairobi

PO Box 54993 Nairobi simkomen@yahoo.com 0722750107 KORABIK, Casimir Catholic Church PO Box 4236 - 00506 Nairobi korabikconsultancy@gmail.com 0722410709 KORIR, Abraham

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KURA/KERRA

0733775546

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KIRAGU, Henry Njeru

KITEMA, Solomon Muli

M.O.P.W

Ministry of Roads & Public Works

KOSGEI, Wilson Kipsang

PO Box 92-20117, Naivasha

PO Box 1210 - 00100 Nairobi

CAS consultants

kiraguhenry@yahoo.com

kitema@aticaskenya.com

PO Box 10750-00200 Nairobi

0720-680316

0733941474

wkosgei@krb.go.ke 0722561337

KIRAGU, Joseph Wambugu

KIUNUHE, Helen

Ministry of Roads & Public Works

Hashi Energy Ltd

KOTENG’ David Otieno

PO Box 8495 - 00100 Nairobi

PO Box 2801 - 00100 Nairobi

PO Box 54098 - 00200 Nairobi

jwkiragu2000@yahoo.com

helen_kiarie@hotmail.com

dokoteng@yahoo.com

0722-79866

0722278395

0733907287

KIRAGU, Moses Gichogo

KIVOTO, Mutii

KUNG’U, Gathachuri

Consultant

M.O.P.W

STROUTEL AFRIQUE LTD

PO Box 45156 - 00100 Nairobi

PO Box 35312-00200 CITY SQUARE Nairobi

PO Box 341-00502 NAIROBI

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Ministry of Roads

GTZ

Ministry of Roads & Public Works

PO Box 3957 - 00100 Nairobi

PO Box 16526 - 00620 Nairobi

PO Box 65929-00607 KERUGOYA

neilmacdougall@wananchi.com

jkmagondu@roadsnet.go.ke

0724261491

0725295979

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MACHARIA, Josphat Waweru

PO Box 2070-00100 Nairobi

Machiri Ltd

lkuria@NORKEN.co.ke

PO Box 16505 - 00100 Nairobi

0721693665

engineerspharma@yahoo.com

KURIA, Peter Muriithi Wanjohi Consulting Engineers

0722786825

MAHBOUB, Maalim Mohamed National Parliament PO Box 10052 - 00100 Nairobi MAHINDA, Richard FRENCONSULT LTD PO Box 235 - 0100 Thika

PO Box 6812 - 00200 Nairobi

MACHARIA, Lucy Njambi

rmahinda@yahoo.com

peter.kuria@wce.co.ke

Nairobi City Council

0722303949

0721714204

PO Box 30656 Nairobi MAIMBA, Patrick Peterson

LIBOKOYI, Laban Imbati GIBB AFRICA PO Box 30020 - 00100 Nairobi llibokoyi@yahoo.com 0722267372

MACHIRA, Alex Mathaiya

UoN

KERRA

PO Box 66531-00800 Nairobi

PO Box 7114 - 00200 Nairobi

pmaimba@uonbi.ac.ke

amachira@yahoo.com 0722242928

LILLIAN, Mwong’osi Kegera Ministry of Public Works

MACHOCHO, Edward Mwangi

PO Box 20578-00100 Nairobi

Howard Humpreys

lmkegera@yahoo.co 0724964900 LIMO, Edwin Kiplangat KURA PO Box 2665 Kakamega

PO Box 1425 - 00100 Nairobi emachocho@howardhumphreys. co.ke MACODAWA, Omolo George

0722709431 MAINA, Ephraim Mwangi Kirinyaga Construction Co. Ltd PO Box 53208 Nairobi mainaeng@yahoo.co.uk 0754888935 MAINA, George Wambugu KETRACO PO Box 51759-00100 Nairobi

eddlimo@gmail.com

Professional Consultants

0722107432

PO Box 45792 Nairobi

0721368090

LOVEDAY, Jude Ian Wayne

MAGANDA, David Oriewo

MAINA, Isaac Mureithi

Ministry of Transport

Ministry of Roads & Public Works

PO Box 51319 Nairobi

PO Box 7136 - 00100 Nairobi

0722511709

0722688444

Professional Consultants PO Box 45792 Nairobi info@professionalconsultants. co.ke

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Ministry of Water Development

Ministry of Roads & Public Works

Metrics Consultancy

PO Box 30521 Nairobi

PO Box 20687 - 00200 Nairobi

PO Box 26797-00504 Nairobi kamanzamanza@gmail.com

MAINA, Julius Cadbury Ltd PO Box 53086-00200 Nairobi MAINGI, Mwangi KERRA

MAKHANU, Khamala Sibilike JKUAT PO Box 1558 - 50100 Kakamega ksmakharw@yahoo.com 0733798997

PO Box 30260 - 00100 Nairobi

0726365516 MARETE, Raymond Kirimi Ministry of Roads and Public works PO Box 50593-00100 Nairobi mareteraymond@yahoo.com 0721256097

dgkerra@yahoo.com

MAKUTHA, Wilfred Thiuki

0723943834

National Housing Corporation

MARITIN, Reuben Kipyegon

PO Box 3940, 00200 Nairobi

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MAITEKA, Andrew Nyabuto

makuthaw@yahoo.co.uk

PO Box 1210-00100 Nairobi

Ministry of Roads & Public Works

0722781273

maritimrk2009@gmail.com

PO Box 13544 Nakuru manmaiteka@yahoo.com 0721464087 MAIYO Gilbert PO Box 673 - 50100 Kakamega giltoo13@yahoo.com

0722451911 MALABA Margaret Chelagat Kenya Airports Authority

MASILA, Benson Muteti

PO Box 14965-00800 Nairobi

KERRA

mcmalaba@hotmail.com

PO Box 106 Makindu

0734777531

0722147149 MALULI, Charles Mulandi

masilabm@gmail.com 0722-317257 MATAGARO, Wilfred

MAIYO, Arphaxad Kipruto

Ministry of Lands

Howard Humphreys

PO Box 67977 - 00200 Nairobi

PO Box 56034 Nairobi

cmaluli@gmail.com

0722735621

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MATALANGA, Nathaniel Wilson Omwolo

MAMBO, Amos Gikuhi

NGASI CONSULTING ENGINEERS

M.O.W

PO Box 2680 - 00202 Nairobi

PO Box 53086 Nairobi

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MAJIWA, Joseph Odhiambo Cape Consulting Eng PO Box 78196-00507, NAIROBI joemajiwa@gmail.com 0720967921 MAK’ODEROH, Julius Nyerere Kenha PO Box 103250-00101 Nairobi jmakoderoh@gmail.com 0732613939

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0722520722 MAMBO, Samuel Johnson Kinyua

MATIVO, John Muoki

Gibb Africa

KETRACO

PO Box 56220- 00200 Nairobi

PO Box 4710, 00200 City Square Nairobi

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MATU, Johnson Mwangi

MBINGA Mutemi Mutunga

MBUI, Jonathan Mukiiri

PO Box 9699 - 00300 Nairobi

Athi Water Services Board

Howard Humpreys

apecltd@gmail.com

PO Box 898-Ruiru

0721293337

mmbinga@awsboard.co.ke

PO Box 1245 - 00606 Sarit Center Nairobi

35617401

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MAUGO, Samuel Nyanchama UoN PO Box 12012-00100 Nairobi

0714512721 MBOGORI, John Nyaga Min of Water

MBUI, Justus Mworia

PO Box 2246-60100 EMBU

MOPW Kisumu

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PO Box 30260 - 00100 Nairobi

0733387768

0724115382

PO Box 15397-Nairobi

MBOGORI, Kenneth Njuguna

MBURU, Ikigu Kamau

meshackmavuti@yahoo.com

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Consultant

info@multiscope.co.ke 202734744 MAVUTI Meshack Mutungi Jacobs International

PO Box 53 - 00200 Nairobi MAYABI, Alfred Oloo Ministry of Water Development PO Box 32468- 00600 Nairobi drmayabi@yahoo.com

kenmbogori@hotmail.com 0733758308

PO Box 3539 Thika mburuik@yahoo.com 0713910289

MBUGUA, Alexander James Mugane

MBURU, John Njau

Base Plan Associates

Nairobi City Council

PO Box 66154 - 00800 Nairobi

PO Box 68170-00100 Nairobi

alexmbugua@gmail.com

engmburu@yahoo.com

0722512291

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Athi Water Services Board

MBUGUA, Kuria Njogu

MBURU, Joseph Irungu

PO Box 33690 - 00600 Nairobi

Gath Consulting Engineers

KERRA

PO Box 14279 - 00800 Nairobi

PO Box 1243 - 00618 Ruaraka

0722446363 MBAABU, Peter Patrick KERRA PO Box 507 Meru MBACHIA, Samuel Ng’ethe

MBARUA, Joachim

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Ministry of Roads & Public Works

4441473/444483

PO Box 11340 - 00100 Nairobi jmungania5@yahoo.com MBATIA, George Njoroge Nyoro Construction PO Box 264 - 00517 Nairobi g_mbatia@yahoo.com 0722-441691

MBURU, Sammy Mwangi PO Box 8237-00200 Nairobi

MBUGUA, Philip Muthee

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NORKEN

0711-705445

PO Box 6254 Ronald Ngala Nairobi phillipmbugua@yahoo.com

MBURU, Willy Kariuki KERRA PO Box 6414 - 00100 Nairobi

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M.O.P.W

Pronam Consult Ltd

PO Box 230 - 50200 Bungoma

PO Box 4119-00506 Nairobi

PO Box 7810 Kampala Uganda

vmbuya63@yahoo.com

moguchezach@yahoo.com

jmuchiri@pronam.co.ug

0720720021

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MIANO, James Muya

MOHAMMED, Abdulrashid Sheikh

YAMU Eng Services PO Box 4487 - 00100 Nairobi

MUCHIRI, Joseph M. Kagwi

Ministry of Roads & Public Works

jmmianoo@yahoo.com

PO Box 263 - 0511 Ongata Rongai

0722842736

0733132933

Ministry of Environment& Natural Res PO Box 20359 -00200 Nairobi kagwijoe@yahoo.co.uk 0722322314 MUCHIRI, Michael

MICHOMA, Joash Nyagaka

MOIRE, Anthony Ooga

KERRA

Gordon Melvin & Partners

PO Box 874 Machakos

PO Box 45246 Nairobi

MIGWI Daniel Muriithi

moire@psmconsultants.com/@ the-consultants.com

PO Box 60773-Nairobi danwin.co.ke 0722338326 MILGO, Malaquen GTZ Water Sector PO Box 35208 - 00200 Nairobi njubikihuria@yahoo.com 0722526003 MIMANO, Charles Mugo

MOMANYI, Evanson Kennedy Nyamwancha

Consultant PO Box 56510 - 00200 Nairobi mishaelmuchiri@yahoo.com 0733798914 MUCHUGIA, Edwin Kenya Wildlife Services PO Box 56054 -00200 Nairobi

Bamburi

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PO Box 90401 Mombasa

0722-983185

momanyi.evanson@kprl.co.ke MUCHEMI, Samuel Kariuki PO Box 55176 Nairobi info@interconsultengineers. co.ke 4441648

Ecosite devt consultancy

MUCHUGIA, George Kariuki Roffe Kenard & Lapworth (EA)Ltd PO Box 1807-10101 Karatina. muchugiajk@yahoo.com 0722-324613 MUDULIA, Kenneth M.O.P.W

PO Box 56075 - 00200 Nairobi

MUCHILWA, David Amukhuma

mimanomugo@yahoo.com

M.O.P.W

0722868046

PO Box 9777 - 00200 Nairobi

MIRINGU, Samuel Simon

MUCHIRI Nicholas Gichangi

UoN

MUGADA, Benjamin Asin

KERRA

KURA

PO Box 54904 - 00200 Nairobi

PO Box 3493-01002 Thika

PO Box 39323-00800 Nairobi

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mugadasin1@yahoo.com

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MUGAMBI Raymond Kamundi

MUIRA, Walter Gitau

MUKUNDI, Samuel Maina

PO Box 23525-Nairobi

HOWARD HUMPHREYS

Ministry of Water Development

raymgambi@yahoo.com

PO Box 30156-00100, NAIROBI

PO Box 2364 Thika

0720785736

wmuira@yahoo.com

samuelmukundi@gmail.com

0714673567

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MUIRU, Patrick David Kamunguna

MUKUVA Cyprian M

Nairobi City Council

PO Box 1829 Machakos

PO Box 61736 - 00200 Nairobi

cmmokuva@yahoo.com

MUGO, David Gitari Apec consulting PO Box 54869 - 00200 Nairobi dmgitare@yahoo.com 0722266843 MUGO, Ephantus Mwangi Nairobi Water Company PO Box 35087 - 00200 Nairobi emmugo@yahoo.com 0722347900 MUGO, Michael Gacheru Nairobi City Council PO Box 44001 - 00100 Nairobi MUGURE, Mercy Strana Consulting Engineers PO Box 17845 - 00100 Nairobi mercy@engplan.com 0722713850 MUGWERU, David Ndumbi KENHA PO Box 27525 - 00100 Nairobi mugwerudavid@yahoo.com 0720288045 MUGWIKA, Julius Mbaabu

KERRA

Dkamunguna@yahoo.com MULAMA Boniface Lukulu MUIRURI, John Mugo

Min of Water

Ministry of Livestock

PO Box 2518-50100 kakamega

PO Box 13134 Nairobi

bonifacemulama@yahoo.com 0722781510

MUIRURI, Peter Ndungu Kenya Water Security Project PO Box 11396 - 00100 Nairobi muiruripn@gmail.com 0722-324316 MUITA Clive Mukiria Kenya Urban Roads Authority

MULI, Teresia Wairimu MoR PO Box 1210-00100 Nairobi wairimusolomon@yahoo.com 0733720250 MUMA James Abdul Mallick Associates

PO Box 101571-00101 Nairobi

PO Box 662666-00800

klivemukiria@live.com

james.muma@gmail.com

0733802938

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MUKANGULA, Moses Kegode

MUMENYA, Siphila Wanjiku

M.O.P.W

UoN

PO Box 402 Matunda

PO Box 19320 (KNH) Nairobi wsiphila@uonbi.ac.ke

MUKIIRA, Moses Mbaabu

0722-705191

M.O.W

Ministry of Roads & Public Works

PO Box 42634-80100 GPO Mombasa

MUNDINIA, Peter Mbuthia

PO Box 362 - 00502 Nairobi

mosesmukiira@yahoo.com

PO Box 4129 - 00506 Nairobi

engmbaabu@yahoo.com

0728632848

pmundinia@kenha.go.ke

0722-782167

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MURAGE, Joseph

MURILA, Caleb Ingusu

M.O.P.W

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Ministry of Local Govt

PO Box 2721 Gaborone-Botswana

PO Box 1900 Nyahururu

murila@westbuild.com 0722-514638

MUNGAI, George Guchu

MURAGURI, James Peter

Nyeri Water & Sewerage Co

Struvil Africa

PO Box 5870 - 00200 Nairobi

PO Box 66636 - 00800 Nairobi 7.21471E+14

MUNGANIA, Gilbert Kithinji

MURITHI, George Kimathi HOWARD HUMPHREYS PO Box 101245-00101 Nairobi warubere@yahoo.co.uk 0722985732

Ministry of Local Government

MURAGURI, Stephen Kimani

PO Box 7755 - 00300 Nairobi

Ministry of Public Works

engkithinji@yahoo.com

PO Box 1209-00618 Nairobi

0724263263

skmuraguri@gmail.com

Joint Venture of Gath, OtienoOdongo

0722355753

PO Box 3493-01002 Thika

MUNIU, Charles Mwangi

bwmuriuki@yahoo.com

Municipal Council of Kiambu

MUREITHI, James Mbugi

PO Box 58448 - 00200 Nairobi

Consultant

cmmuniu@yahoo.com

PO Box 15358 - 00509 Nairobi

0713025536

mureithijm@yahoo.com

MUNYENDO, Humprey Roberts Westend International Consultants PO Box 970 - 50200 Bungoma hmunyendo2001@yahoo.com 0712654183

MURIUKI Bernard Wanjohi

0717030614 MURIITHI Daudi Murimi

0722398410 MURIUKI, Charles Mwenda M.O.P.W PO Box 35355 - 00200 Nairobi mwendacm@gmail.com 0722720889

Span egineers

MURIUKI, Joseph Muchina

PO Box 75093-00200 Nairobi

Consultant

daudimuriithi@yahoo.com

PO Box 9333,00200 Nairobi

0725708944

jmmuriuki20@gmail.com 0733287130

MURAGARA, Joseck Njagi M.O.P.W

MURIITHI, Eric Irungu

PO Box 19452 -00202 KNH -Nairobi

Mangat .B. Patel Consulting Engineers

MURUGI, Alexander Mbugua

novayaengineer’s46@yahoo.com

PO Box 58392-00200 Nairobi

PO Box 1865-00900 Kiambu

0722-588469

eimuriithi@yahoo.com

alexandermbugua@yahoo.com

0722675385

0722885687

M.O.P.W

MURIITHI, Rufus Irungu

MURUNGA, Protas Ashiro

PO Box 355-00200 Nairobi

PO Box 75093 Nairobi

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Ministry of Water Development

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Kisumu Water and Sewerage Co 44863 Nairobi

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0722246977 OTONGLO, Samuel Nyona OSIRO, Shadrack Mounde

M.O.W

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PO Box 28291 - 00200 Nairobi

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PO Box 39464 Nairobi OTSIENO, Francis Okumu

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OSONGO, Phelix Agurey

CAS Consultant

0738426987

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PO Box 59290 - 00200 Nairobi

pamosongo@yahoo.com

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OSORO, Dominic Oanda Min of Water & Irrigation PO Box 31730-00600 Nairobi oandaosoro@gmail.com 0725516562 OTIATO, John Ombok KENHA PO Box 14252 Nakuru 0721494717 OTIENDE, Philemon Chamwada KAA

OTWANI, Justus Aufridus PO Box 45650 - 00100 Nairobi justus.otwani@gmail.com 0725252360 OUMA, Clarence Karot

OYAWA, Walter Odhiambo JKUAT PO Box 62000 - 00100 Nairobi oyawaw@yahoo.com 0728215578

OYER, Samuel Zephaniah Abdul Mullick Associates

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karot74@yahoo.com

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0720759184

0725173959

OWADE, George O.

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Kenya Shell Ltd

M.O.W

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PO Box 47967 - 00100 Nairobi

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PO Box 44399-00100 Nairobi

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0722602768

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SAMATAR, Abdullahi Mohamed

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RUIGU, James Ruhara

SAYO Mbavu

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RAPHAEL, Mwenga David

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Ministry of Public Works

0714036026

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RUITHA, Ephraim Waithaka

0733532163

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RAPONDO James Musungu Widrups Consulting Engineers Ltd PO Box 68287-00200 Nairobi rapando.j@tms-cgroup.com 0722261040 RIMUI, Jeremy Njoroge Roughton Consulting Engineers

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RUTERE, Japhet Kaburu Gerald Kenya Consulting Engineers

SHANKLA, Arjan

PO Box 67744 Nairobi

Somers Engineering Ltd

ruterej@gmail.com

PO Box 41990 Nairobi

0721609355 / +249917259944

build@somerseng.com 0722514022

RUWA, Jacob Zecha

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Kenya Roads Board

SHEIKH, Lamak

info@cobeamdesigns.co.ke

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0722-755142

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0724-253279

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WACHAI, Peter Mwangi

Moi university

Rural Focus Ltd

KERRA

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PO Box 5131 - 00100 Nairobi

mike@ruralfocus.com SIFA, Joseph Stanley

0204440149

Kenya Railways PO Box 59062-00200 Nairobi jsifa@yahoo.com

THUKU, James Peterkin Mbugua

0722700230

Ministry of Water Development PO Box 58050 - 00200 Nairobi

SIMITU, Lawrence Nguniko Ministry of Lands

0722744816 TANGUS, Sammy Kiprotich APEC LTD PO Box 12335 - 00100 Nairobi

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0721269080

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WACHIRA, Peter Njogu

WAGWA, George Odhiambo Howard Humphreys PO Box 16546 - 00620 Nairobi gowagwa@yahoo.com 0722714288

TIREITO, Kiprotich Snowy Mt Eng Co

WAHOME, Ephantus Rubiro Howard Humphreys

PO Box 14 - 00200 Nairobi

PO Box 60987 - 00200Nairobi

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0722-345499

0722387159

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TORO, Joshua Ngugi

WAIHARO, Tom Njoroge

PO Box 416-001515 Nairobi

PO Box 34462-00100 Nairobi

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0733730649

0722934337

THEURI, James Wachira

VITHALANI, Nanalal Govindji

KURA

Bells Associates

Ministry of Roads & Public Works PO Box 1212 - 30100 Eldoret THAMAINI C.WANJOHI

PO Box 74804 - 00200 Nairobi jwtheuri@yahoo.com 0722805498

PO Box 49351 - 00100 Nairobi admin@bellsassociates.co.ke 0725935084

Bamburi Portland Cement PO Box 10782-00100 Nairobi waihoro90@gmail.com 0722-411826 WAINAINA, Boniface Jairus Ndungu Multplex Consulting Services PO Box 44242-00100 Nairobi eng.wainaina@multiplex.co.ke 0721940403

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WAMBUKI, Patrick Ndungu

National Water Conservation

NORKEN

KIRI CONSULTANT

PO Box 4356 - 00506, Nairobi

PO Box 72548 - 00200 Nairobi

PO Box 19223 -00100 Nairobi

jkwain2004@yahoo.com

jmwakimani@yahoo.com

patrickwambuki@yahoo.com

0722987824

0722726078

0721220829

WAMAYA, Benson Mukoya

WAMBULWA, Patrick Simiyu

KWS

Ministry of Local Government

PO Box 1175-00502 Karen

PO Box 52691 - 00200 Nairobi

PO Box 46439 - 00100 Nairobi

michael.wainaina@gmail.com

wamaya@kws.go.ke/benson. wamaya@gmail.com

pswambulwa@tertiary.co.ke

WAINAINA, Michael Roffe Kenard & Lapworth (EA) Ltd

0722203340

0721620420

WAINAINA, Peter Mburu APEC CONSULTANTS

WAMBUA, Eric Mutinda

PO Box 52636 - 00200 Nairobi

KENHA

wpmburu@yahoo.com

PO Box 52731, 00200

0715277355

wambuaem@gmail.com 0720874237

WAITHAKA, George Wainaina Ministry of state for Defence

WAMBUA, Samuel Mutuku

PO Box 11886-00100 Nairobi

Ministry of Water Development

waithakawj@yahoo.com 0722728589 WAITHAKA, John Mwangi Coda & Partners Africa Ltd PO Box 4487 - 00100 Nairobi johnwaithaka08@yahoo.com 0722896225

PO Box 16742-00620 Nairobi samiwambua@yahoo.com 0722-521984

WAMBUGU, Paul Gateere Freelance Consultant PO Box 52607 - 00200 Nairobi pgateere@hotmail.com

WAITHAKA, Peter Macharia Ministry of Environment& Natural Res PO Box 40327 -00100 Nairobi pemwall@yahoo.com 0722562636

0723947924

WAMBUGU, Simon Gateru NORKEN PO Box 10067 - 00400 Nairobi simogateru@yahoo.com 0722994274

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WAMBURU JOHN NGUGI Norconsult Consulting Engineers PO Box 947 - 00520 Nairobi RUAI ngugiwjohn@yahoo.com 0720807518

WAMBURU, Anthony Njoroge GIBB AFRICA PO Box 79037-00100 Nairobi anthony_wamburu@yahoo.com 0720078121

WAMUKOYA, Benjamin M. Malaba Keya and Partners PO Box 4235 - 30100 Eldoret benmumia@yahoo.com 0723628052

WANDAY, Peter Odhiambo Otieno Odongo & Partners PO Box 10128, 00100 Nairobi wanday@capeconsult.co.ke 0722517145


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WANDERA, Simon Mdondo

WANYIRI, Daniel Wanjau

WENDE, Luke Ouma

Mount Kenya University

Kerra

Otieno Odongo & Partners

PO Box 34188-00100 nairobi

PO Box 65985-00607 Nairobi

PO Box 26190 - 00100 Nairobi

smdondo2002@yahoo.co.uk

wanyirid@yahoo.com

wendezekul@yahoo.com

0721556662

0712658765

0721524038

WANDIGA, Michael Njoroge

WANYONYI, Morgan Simiyu

ZAKAYO, Kipkurui Langa’t

Calime Engineering INC.

MOPW

Otieno Odongo & Partners

PO Box 230 - 50200 Bungoma

PO Box 54021-00200 NAIROBI

PO Box 8207-00100 Nairobi michael_wandiga@yahoo.com 0708208136 WANG’OMBE Patrick Weru SELF PO Box 58665-00200 NAIROBI patwangombe@yahoo.com 0717593456 WANJIE, David Ruhiu Gathugu Civil Engineers PO Box 68180 - 00200 Nairobi

moresim2001@yahoo.com 0720287686

0720-637-027

WASIKE, Godwin Wanyonyi EDCONS K LTD PO Box 19721 - 00100 Nairobi wassykejay@gmail.com

ELECTRICAL

0728716540 WASIKE, Philip Wanjala NHC PO Box 351-00100 Nairobi wasikepw@yahoo.com

gathugucivil@yahoo.com 0722741808

zlangat@gmail.com

WASWA, Gammaliel Simiyu Howard Humphreys

WANJOHI, Joseph Mwangi

PO Box 4267 - 00100 Nairobi

KERRA

0722-285710

PO Box 1857 - 00200 Nairobi WATHOME, Alex Mutunga WANYALIKHA, Bramwel Juma

Ministry of Roads & Public Works

Kenya Pipeline

PO Box 7530 - 00100 Nairobi

PO Box 73442 Nairobi

mutungaam@yahoo.co.uk

0722763736

0722457486

WANYAMA, Joseph Wanaswa

WATSON, Graeme Martin

KERRA

E.P.D.C

PO Box 605-50205 WEBUYE

PO Box 66507-00800 Nairobi

jwwanyama@yahoo.com

gwatson@wananchi.com

0725907171

0722730701

ABUNGU Nichodemus Odero U.O.N PO Box 46445-Nairobi abungu2004@yahoo.com 0713028362 ADELI, Richard Adegu KENGEN PO Box 785 - 20117 Naivasha radeli@KENGEN.co.ke 0710918584 ADHIAMBO, Michael Akoth PO Box 151-Kisumu ADUL, Vincent Otieno UON PO Box 056 - 00606 Sarit Centre Westlands adulvo@yahoo.com 0722540766

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N O N E S C O M PA N Y L I M I T E D . General Supplier s & Specialist contractor 3rd Floor, P.O. Box 6351 Tel: Cell:

V edic H ouse Mama N gina Street, –00300 Ronald Ngala, Nairobi, Kenya. +254 020-2243507 / 342031 0729-555 793 / 020 203 0464 Fax: +254 020 2243507 E-mail: info@nonescompany.com

A p p r oved Sp e c ia list Co n t r ac t o r Epoxy Floor Screeds and Coatings Elastomeric Joint Sealants Concrete Repair Materials Waterproofing

ALI, Zacharia Chuka

BORUETT, Leo Kibet

GATHURA, Bernard Muriithi

PO Box 83495, Mombasa

PO Box 21445-00100 Nairobi

Murina Company Ltd

ali.chuka@kpc.co.ke

lkboruett@hotmail.com

PO Box 75634 - 00200 Nairobi

0722-568678

0722207262

murinaco@yahoo.com

AMBASI, Roselane M’mbone

CHERUIYOT, Alfred Kiplangat Arap

0721231016 Kenya Pipeline

GICOBI, Duncan Njiru

PO Box 3562-80100 Mombasa

African Highlands produce Company

rosemmbone@yahoo.com

PO Box 1986 Kericho

PO Box 875 Kisumu

0722316980

alfred.cheruiyot@finlays.co.ke

dgichobi@KENGEN.co.ke

0722833128 / 0715442266 ASIRA, Josephat Alubiri

KENGEN

0722620956

Mumias Sugar Co

GAKURU Mucemi Kanyugo

PO Box 576 - 50102 Mumias

UON

dync_int@jambo.co.ke/jasira@ mumias-sugar.com

PO Box 74680 - 00200 Nairobi mucemi@uonbi.ac.ke

engmambo@yahoo.com

0724-745501

0722306712

0722340446

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GITAU, John Gathukia

KAANE, Harry Likhagasi

KHAZENZI, Raphael Muruba

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

0721970616

0733298311

GITICHE Paul Mwangi Ericsson (K) Ltd PO Box 6724-Nairobi

KAIGUTHA, Joseph Irungu

paul.mg@live.com

kaiguthajoe@yahoo.com

0722804559

PO Box 51332 - 00200 Nairobi 0733874535

GITURA, Peter Kariuki Kenya Power

KANDIE, Silas Kiplagat

PO Box 3889 - 00100 Nairobi

Geomax Consulting Engineers

pgitura@kplc.co.ke

PO Box 5602 - 00100 Nairobi

KIBIRU, George Mwangi Ministry of Energy PO Box 55708- 00200 Nairobi gmkibiru@yahoo.co.uk 0722364579

KIBOR, David Komen Howard Humphreys

0733765562 KANJA, Paul Mwaniki

PO Box 8484 - 00200 Nairobi

GODIA, Alloyce Oduor

M.O.W

Computerways Ltd

PO Box 7858 - 00200 Nairobi

dkomen@howardhumphreys. co.ke 0722-386490

PO Box 8237 - 00300 Nairobi dgichobi@KENGEN.co.ke

KARANI, Teresa Waiyego

0722620956

KENGEN

KIHUGA, Anthony Githinji

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

hagono@yahoo.com

KARANJA, Henry Njoroge

0722527459

Kenya Meteorological Department

IKIGU, Peter Kamau

PO Box 906-00517 Uhuru Gardens

PO Box 703 Karen

Self PO Box 1574-00606 Nairobi emmakiilu2012@gmail.com

kam_eng@yahoo.com

KARUE, Catherine Nyaguthi

0722877583

KPA PO Box 2593-01000, Thika

JABONGO, Gabriel Wasonga

KIILU, Emma Wanjiru

karvenyaguthi@yahoo.com

Nairobi City Council PO Box 64441 Nairobi

KASANGA, Samson Makau

info@gedox.net

Ministry of Roads & Public Works

0722729495

PO Box 41191 - 00100 Nairobi

0722973142

KIILU, Joel Musembi KETRACO PO Box 1574 - 00606 Nairobi joelkiilu@yahoo.com 0722302238

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KIRABUI, Elias Wanjohi

KOWUOR, Evans Okinyi

Kenya Power

M.O.W

KPLC

PO Box 5455 - 00506 Nairobi

PO Box 41911 - 00100 Nairobi

PO Box 90104 - 80100 Mombasa

tkiiru@kplc.co.ke

kirabuielias@yahoo.com

ekowuor@gmail.com

0722827665

0720-781939

0722805966

KIIRU, Joseph Karanja

KIRUI, Mary Chelangat

LUBANGA, Reuben James

Gamma System Ltd

KPLC

KCAA

PO Box 51939 - 00200 Nairobi

PO Box 2069-00100 Nairobi

PO Box 55388 Nairobi

joseph@kiiru.com

mkirui@kplc.co.ke,mckirui@ gmail.com

4451528

0722-823172

M’MARETE Celestino Kinyua KENGEN

KILONZO, Solomon Wambua

KIVA, Isaac Nzue

PO Box 2006-60200, Meru

Kenya Power

Ministry of Energy

cmarete@yahoo.com

PO Box 312 Kibwezi

PO Box 846 - 00232 RUIRU

0720813612

skilonzo@kplc.co.ke

isaac_kiva@yahoo.com

0729-561658

0733633867

MACHARIA, Zackary Mukuha Maiteri & Associates PO Box 699 Ruiru

KILONZO, William P.M.

KIVIHYA, Patrick Aligula

Associated services

ALIKI ENGINEERING

PO Box 55284 Nairobi

PO Box 60852-00200 Nairobi

MAENDE W. Christopher

akivihya@gmail.com

KENGEN

0736292779

PO Box 104695 - 00101 Nairobi

KIMEMIA, Peter Njuguna

cmaende@gmail.com

M.O.P.W PO Box 63610 - 00619 Muthaiga

KONES Joseph Kiptonui

pnkimemia@yahoo.com

Kenya Pipeline

0722745301

PO Box 1723 Nakuru

KINITI Daniel Wakaba

KORIR, Robert Kipkirui

0721-479446 MAINA, Francis Muriithi KPLC

PO Box 16457 Nakuru dkiniti@kplc.co.ke 0733833489 KINUTHIA, Peter Mungai Kenya Power PO Box 942-00502 Nairobi emungai@kplc.co.ke 0722-651129

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PO Box 12776-00100 Nairobi

PO Box 575 - 00600 Nairobi

fmuriithi@kplc.co.ke/ mainafmuriithi@gmail.com

karaapkorir@yahoo.com

0721255477

0722-840208 MAINGI, John Muuke KOSKE, Raymond Kirui

Bamburi Cement Co

M.O.W

PO Box 125 - 00204 Athi River

PO Box 76458 -00508 Nairobi

jmaingi2010@gmail.com

info@kirui.com

0724256728

0722-702656

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MAKAU, Paul Musyoki Mabati Rolling Mills PO Box 72577 - 00200 Nairobi pmakau@electromag.co.ke 0722363597

MBUGUA, George Karugu Ndungu M.O.W PO Box 50645-00200 Nairobi MBURU, Joseph Jack

MURIUKI, Maina Kenya power PO Box 32368 - 00600 Nairobi mmriuki@bezalengineering.com 0721390464

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

MUITA, Benjamin Kinyua

MUSYIMI Justus Muthungu

jbmanyasi@yahoo.com 0722875356

Kiter Engineering ltd MARCEL Ohanga Odhiambo MOTAC 3 villa Dubai, I92 MUSTANG street pierre van ryneveld, centurion , pretoria 0157, south africa

PO Box 59116- 00200 Nairobi muitabk@yahoo.com 0722524254

KENGEN PO Box 13479-00800 Nairobi sperrinjim@yahho.co.uk 0724763520

MULAMA Christopher Mumali Kenya Airports Authority

MUSYOKA, Anthony Mwendwa

marcel_odhiambo@yahoo.com

PO Box 3550 - 00506 Nairobi

Kenya Power

0713-049382

christopher.mumali@ kenyaairports.co.ke

PO Box 62183 - 00200 Nairobi

MAUNDU, Samson Nyika Nairobi City Council PO Box 73878, City Square Nairobi snmaundu@yahoo.co.uk 0722-364956

MBITI, Francis Kyalo Ministry of Roads & Public Works PO Box 41191 Nairobi

0722880075 MUMO, David Mututo PO Box 66402-00800 Nairobi davidmumo@locketmail.com

MUSYOKA, Cornelius Musembi Bamburi Cement PO Box 402-00100 Nairobi musyokaengineer@yahoo.com

0723-712515 MUTUERANDU, Silas Muriungi MUNUKU, Gabriel Karanja

UNILEVER

Ministry of Transport

PO Box 20-20200 Kericho

PO Box 9282 - 00100 Nairobi

silasmutuerandu@yahoo.com

gkmunuku@gmail.com

0722803848

0722-524483 MBUGUA, Abraham Karanja Nairobi City Council

MURIITHI, Benson

PO Box 16751 - 00100 Nairobi

KPLC

abrahamkaranja101@yahoo.com

PO Box 30099-001000 NAIROBI

0722-737701

bmuriithi@kplc.co.ke 0722-720-298

MUTURI, Joseph Munoru Kenya Power PO Box 15085 - 00509 Nairobi muturi_joseph@yahoo.com 0721676856

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MUTWIRI, Kagine Stanley

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NDIRANGU, Samuel Mugo

KPLC

Kenya Power

Kenya Power

P.O BOX 423-00618 NAIROBI

PO Box 26598 - 00504 Nairobi

PO Box 8031-00300 nairobi

jmwangi@kplc.co.ke

sndirangu@kplc.co.ke

0722766601

0722215326

MWANGI, Simon Mathenge

NENGO, Musungu Kennedy

Kenya Power

KPLC

PO Box 5544 - 00200 Nairobi

PO Box 18-00517 NAIROBI

smwangi@kplc.co.ke

nengokennedy@gmail.com

0722785695/ 717720363

0720831325

MWANIKI, David Patrick

NGATIA, Gerald Gatebi

Kenya Power

KENGEN

PO Box 30099-00100 Nairobi

PO Box 14373 - 00100 Nairobi

MWANGI, Danson Mucue

dmwaniki1@kplc.co.ke

gngatia@KENGEN.co.ke

KAA

0722-270084

0721202098

danson.mwangi@kenyaairports. co.ke

MWANIKI, James Muiruri

NGUGI, George Nyoike

Petrotrack Engineers

KPLC

0722696867

PO Box 308-00618 Nairobi

gngugi@kplc.co.ke

MWANGI, David Munene

jmwaniki@petrotrack.co.ke/ info@petrotrack.co.ke

Kenya Power

0722521777

MWAKINA, B Mrambo Ministry of Energy and Petroleum PO Box 52105 - 00200 Nairobi bmwakina@gmail.com 0733709989 MWALIMO, Gilbert Mwakazi Kaburu Okello & Partners PO Box 28341 - 00200 Nairobi gmwalimo@gillconsult.org 0722-867694

PO Box 73652 Nairobi

PO Box 32661 - 00600 Nairobi DMWANGI55@YAHOO.COM

MWONGELA, Paul Wambua

0714610026/0722741601

KCAA

MWANGI, Elijah UoN PO Box 30197-00100 Nairobi mwangiel2010@gmail.com 0725949898 MWANGI, Francis Mbugua M.O.P.W PO Box 52468-00200 fmbugua62@gmail.com 0721732078

PO Box 30689 Nairobi MYATU Daniel Mutisya P. PO Box 309 - 00204 Athi River daniel.myatu@gmail.com 0722323981 NDEGWA, Daniel Muhinya Kenya Power PO Box 64530 - 00620 Nairobi dndegwa@kplc.co.ke 0723327035

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NJAAGA, John Wango

OCHOLA, Paul Ocheing

OGANO, Noah Omondi

Aberdare Engineering ltd

KCB

Kenya Power

PO Box 73604 Nairobi

PO Box C/o KCB-IT-HO 48400 00100 Nairobi

PO Box 14470- 00100 Nairobi

aberdare_eng@yahoo.com 0733834390

info@elpalkenya.com 0712236681

NJAGI, Albert Mugo KENGEN

ODERO Joseph

PO Box 559 - 00502 Nairobi

PO Box 50222 Nairobi

amugo@KENGEN.co.ke

westconsult@wananchi.com

3666804

0722363207

NJOROGE, Robert Kariuki

ODHIAMBO, Emelda Anyango

Kenya Power PO Box 397-00618 Nairobi njoroge@kplc.co.ke 0721286332 NJUGUNA, James Gitau KPLC PO Box 4722 - 01002 Thika jagitau@gmail.com 0721958819

Ultimate Engineering Ltd PO Box 70376-00100 Nairobi emelda@kplc.co.ke 0722529531 ODUOR, Jasper Omondi Kenya Power PO Box 5647- 00100 Nairobi

nomondi@kplc.co.ke 0716-430352 OHAGA, Eric Owino PO Box 90104 - 80100 Mombasa eohaga@kplc.co.ke 0721897978 OJENDO, Dominic GIBB AFRICA PO Box 12661 - 00100 Nairobi OKETCH, Joseph Odongo ERC PO Box 418 Kitengela joseph.oketch@erc.go.ke 0722890187

jasperoduor2000@yahoo.com 0720927785

OKONGO Andrew kemosi Telecom

NYAGILO Charles Edward PHILAGE ENG. LTD

ODWAR, Nicholas Okello

PO Box 5768-00100 Nairobi

PO Box 12553-00100 NAIROBI

KCAA

akemosi@yahoo.com

charles@philage.co.ke

PO Box 6983 - 00100 Nairobi

0770002490

OGADA, Dan O.

OLANDO, Gordon Ngw’ono

NYAMBAKA, Joel Atuti

Kenya Power

Ngilu & Associates

Kenya Civil Aviation Authority

PO Box 14955 - 00100 Nairobi

PO Box 19031 Nairobi

dogada@kplc.co.ke

PO Box 664 - 00606 Sarit Centre Nairobi

0722778396

janyambaka@kcaa.or.ke OCHIENG, Kenneth Munda Dupont Co USA PO Box 51996 - 00200 Nairobi kenneth.munda@gmail.com 0725243666

0722604553 OGADA, Martin Otieno UNILEVER KENYA LTD PO Box 30062-00100 NAIROBI martin.ogeda@unilever.com

syldon@wananchi.com 0722861473 OLE-KHABI, T G Njoroge Howard humpreys PO Box 18269-00100 Nairobi

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OMOLO, David Otieno

OPWAPO, William Ochieng

PATEL,Aruna A.

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 OSEWE, Daniel Nyandega OMOSO Lucas Okebe

M.O.P.W

Kenya Railways

PO Box 6522 Nairobi

info@oddmaceng.com

OTHIENO, Jared Omondi

0733729939

Kenya Power PO Box 12415 - 00100 Nairobi

ONG’ALO William Madara

jothieno@kplc.co.ke

KPLC

0722768761

E.A.P & L Co PO Box 51449-00200 Nairobi vongewe@gmail.com 0722238274 ONYANCHA, George Rural Electrication Authority PO Box 34585 - 00100 Nairobi george.morara@yahoo.com/ gonyancha@rea.co.ke

PO Box 4285-00200 Nairobi adai@armengineering.co.ke

ROTICH, Lamik PO Box 73442 - 00200 Nairobi lamik.rotich@kpc.co.ke 0722615652 RUGANO, Joseph Kamuyu

PO Box 33744-00600 Ngara Nrb

ONGEWE, Victor Johnson

Arm Engineering

0733676036

PO Box 2612 - 00200 Nairobi

wmadara@kplc.co.ke

RODGERS Adai

OTHUON, Peter Ochieng

PO Box 41191 - 00100 Nairobi

Kenya Ports Authority

jkrugano@yahoo.com

PO Box 99101 - 80107 Mombasa

0719169978

OTIENO, James Bamburi Cement Co PO Box 97104 Mombasa

RWARA, Joseph Kariuki Mwangi PO Box 67569 - 00200 Nairobi kariukij@kplc.co.ke 0726322004

OUNA, Solomon

SCOTT, Peter Fraser

Kenya Railways

PO Box 15130-00509

PO Box 51488 - 00200 Nairobi

mdsurtech@swiftkenya.com

solomonouna@gmail.com 0726699225

0720-806-248 OUNGO, Benson Bunde

0733618641 SENAJI, Thomas Anyanje Kenya Posts & Telecommunications PO Box 41033 - 00100 Nairobi

ONYANGO, Grace Laura Apiyo

Kenya Railways

PO Box 51604-00200 Nairobi

PO Box 34585 - 00100 Nairobi

SIMIYU, Tom Kiprop

graceonyango1980@gmail.com

bboungo2001@yahoo.com/ bbunde@rea.co.ke

Energy Regulatory Commission

0722805428

tom.simiyu@arc.go.ke

0721913792

PO Box 42681-00100 Nairobi 0725396203

OOKO, Charles Lwanga KPLC PO Box 60093 - 00200Nairobi ch-ooko@yahoo.com 0722778858

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OWUOR, Maurice Onyango Kenya Power PO Box 2691 Mombasa

SITATI, Stanley Simiyu Moi University PO Box 1454 - 30100 Eldoret

mowuor@kplc.co.ke

simiyusitati@yahoo.com

0722829370

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TANUI, John Kipchumba

WANYANGA, Charles Mwaura

Huawei Technology

KPLC

PO Box 8532-00100 Nairobi

PO Box 78455-Nairobi ADEGU, Boaz Bosire

jkipchumba@huawei.com 0722205189 TSUMA, Fanuel Dirack KPLC PO Box 90104-80100 Mombasa ftsuma@kplc.co.ke 0722707083

WANYOIKE, Robert Macharia

Orpower 4 Inc.

Nairobi Water Company

PO Box 4327 00100 Nairobi

41355 - 80100 Mombasa ATEKA Mukaka Nathan WASHIKA, Tony Kenya Pipeline PO Box 73442 - 00100 Nairobi Tony.washika@kpc.co.ke 0722770039

Vincent Odhiambo Ouma PO Box 34503 - 00100 Nairobi

WAWERU, John Njuguna

voouma@yahoo.com

Kenya Posts & Telecommunications

0724144981

MECHANICAL

PO Box 90401-80100 Nairobi nathanateka@yahoo.com 0733902237 ATONGA, Joseph Ouma Kenya Ports Authority PO Box 99586 Mombasa jatonga@kpa.co.ke

PO Box 50086 Nairobi

0722-414472

WEKESA, John Martin Situma

AUMA, Stephen Wasinda

Kenya Power

Plumbers without Frontiers

PO Box 21979 - 00400 Nairobi

PO Box 13366 - 00100 Nairobi

jwekesa@kplc.co.ke

steveauma2000@yahoo.com

0722728717

0722574837

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

WAITHAKA, Eliud Ngahu Ministry of Transport PO Box 8392 - 00300 Nairobi eliudngahu@yahoo.com 0722241274

0724989266 BEJA, Boniface Bajabaja.

WAMUKOTA, Antony Tawayi Ketraco

WESECHERE, Shadrack

Public Works

PO Box 8733 - 00100 Nairobi

KCAA

PO Box 12059 Mombasa

PO Box 13002,-00100 Nairobi WANYAMA, Victor Wetala Public Works PO Box 41191 - 00100 Nairobi nyamsv@yahoo.com 0725-105206

BINGA, Richard Ngichabe WASIOYA, Buge Hatibu

Kenya Police

ERC

PO Box 31052-00600 Nairobi

P.O Box 42681 - 00100 Nairobi

ngichabe@yahoo.com

buge.wasioya@erc.go.ke

0721485338

0721573328

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BIRGEN, Christopher

GIKUNGI, Elephas Kang’angi

KAGIRI, Solomon Gicuru

James Finlay

TKL (KP&TC)

M.O.P.W

PO Box 160 Kericho

PO Box 66052 - 00800 Nairobi

birgenkc@gmail.com

egikungi@yahoo.com

0722539130

0722-872393

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 BONE, Eliud Wanyonyi KENGEN

IKINU, John Waitiki

PO Box 785-20117 Nairobi

Office of the President(Police dept)

ewanyonyi@KENGEN.co.ke 0724-507969 CHEGE, John Kihara Kenya Pipeline PO Box 23803-00100 Nairobi john.chege@kpc.co.ke 0723-267087 CHEPTINGA, James

PO Box 61184 - 00200 Nairobi solokagiri@yahoo.com 222837942

dgmjmk@yahoo.com/metroeng@ metroeng.co.ke 0722768406

PO Box 1159 Kiambu

KANDIE, Philemon Kiprop

ikinujohn@yahoo.com

PO Box 5017- 30100 Eldoret

0724-627809

pkkandie2000@yahoo.com

IKUA, Bernard Wamuti JKUAT PO Box 62000-00200 - Nairobi

0722859950

KARANJA, David Kahara

ikua_bw@eng.jkuat.ac.ke

M.O.P.W

0722-286264

PO Box 41191 - 00100 Nairobi engkaranjadk@yahoo.com

MoPW

JUMA, Collins Gordon

PO Box 41191 - 00100 Nairobi

Kenya Nuclear Energy Board

mechplus2009@gmail.com

PO Box 62287-00200 Nairobi

0722339085

cjuma@nuclear.co.ke 0722525890

ENDEKI, Ndeda Duncan

0722651259

KARANJA, Samuel Njiraini Min of Roads PO Box 626 Gatundu

MOPW

KACHILA Philemon

njiraini2008@yahoo.com

PO Box 41191-00100 Nairobi

GDC

dndedda@gmail.com

0733566931

PO Box 3152-Nairobi

0722-395714 KAGIRI, David Nderitu

KARIGI, Patrick Mungai PO Box 8539 - 00300 Nairobi

GATUNGU, Charles Newton

KENGEN

M.O.P.W

PO Box 4038, Nakuru

pmkarigi@yahoo.com

PO Box 41191 Nairobi

dkagiri@KENGEN.co.ke

0722860256 / 0736817431

0733459183

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KARIUKI, Benson Kamau JKUAT PO Box 12279 - 00400 Nairobi engkariuki@eng.jkuat.ac.ke/ engkamau@yahoo.co.uk 67-52711 KAROBIA, Boniface Nyuguto Ministry of Roads & Public Works PO Box 73895 Nairobi bonyk2001@yahoo.com 0722483294 KARUNGU, Thomas Ministry of Roads & Public Works PO Box 15138 - 00100 Nairobi karungut@hotmail.com 0722863731 KATHANGA, Fredrick Muchoki Min of Roads PO Box 30043-00100 Nairobi fmkathanga@yahoo.com 0722395022 KAWA, Francis Kioo KENGEN PO Box 205 Embu fkawa@KENGEN.co.ke 0722304221

KIHARA, Anthony Munyiri Engconsult Consulting Engineers Ltd PO Box 75125 - 00200 Nairobi amkihara@yahoo.com 0733392367 KIHURIA, Lewis Njubi Ministry of Transport PO Box 1783 -20100 Nakuru njubikihuria@yahoo.com 0752-077492 KILIMO, Philemon Cheptorus M.O.P.W PO Box 13056 Nairobi KIMANI, Joseph Phillip Nairobi Water Co PO Box 7588-00100 Nairobi jkimani@nairobiwater.co.ke 0722513306 KIMANI, Samson kungu PO Box 205, Embu skimani@KENGEN.co.ke 0722304224 KIMATHI, Derick Derdols Tech Services Ltd PO Box 3751 – 00506 Nairobi kimathi@derdols.co.ke 0722364941

KERAMA, Leopold Nyanyuki Wringley(E.A) Ltd PO Box 11285-00100 ikerama@wrigley.com 0722496962

KIMEU Jonathan Mbutu Oil Libya PO Box 6227-00200 NAIROBI jonathankimeu@gmail.com 0723465295

KHAN, Mohamed Akram H.P Gauff PO Box 40920 - 00100 Nairobi akhan@gauff.com 020-44452966

KIMUHU, Maina D. Reuben Geomax Consulting Engineers PO Box 73406, 00200, Nairobi makenga@kenyaweb.com 0722-528397

KIBATHI Elijah Mukuru KENGEN PO Box 205, Embu ekibathi@KENGEN.co.ke 0722661297

KING’OLA, Samuel Nthei Geomax Consulting Engineers PO Box 4260 - 00506 Nairobi info@sanix.co.ke/kingola@sanix. co.ke 0722858032

KIOKO, Hilary Kilingi KCAA PO Box 34391 Nairobi KIPCHIRCHIR, Stephen Melly MoPW PO Box 5766 - 00100 skmelly@gmail.com 0722460815 KIRUI, Simon Kibet KENGEN PO Box 2069 - 00100 Nairobi skirui@KENGEN.co.ke KISALI, Douglas Omenda Industrial Plant PO Box 64019 - 00620 Nairobi dougomenda@gmail.com 0767210247 KUTELI, Japheth Kakai KPC PO Box 55328-00200 Nairobi jakukaku@yahoo.com 0722767004 KWOBA, Thaddeus Ngala Chemical Pharmaceuticals Products PO Box 61291 - 00200 Nairobi tkwoba@yahoo.com 0722593043 LANGAT, Cosmos Kiprotich Brooke Bond Kenya PO Box 56693 - 00200 Nairobi 0722968169 LITONDO, John Morrison M&E Consulting Engineers PO Box 5744- 00100 Nairobi jmlitondo@gmail.com M’MUTIRITHIA Bernard Ngore Top Quality Auto Ltd PO Box 7605-00200 Nairobi ngore1@yahoo.com

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MACHIRA, Johnson Kariuki PO Box 9362 - 00100 Nairobi machirak@eng.jkuat.ac.ke MAHAGA, Donald Fredrick AFRICAOILKENYA BV PO Box 34235 - 00100 Nairobi dmahaga@gmail.com 0722-303488

MAREKIA Bernard Kabue

MBUGUA, Stephen C. Onesmus

KPC

Nairobi City Council

PO Box 22064-00100 NAIROBI

PO Box 59014 - 00200 Nairobi

bkabue@gmail.com

0722720512

0713737364 MATHENGE, Isaac Kariuki Rex Consultants PO Box 73878 - 00200 Nairobi

MAIKO, Clement Nyagwachi

rexcons@wananchi.com

KENGEN

0722956400

PO Box 30269-00100 Nairobi

MESOPIR Ledama Ole Letan ltd PO Box 39264-00623, Nairobi letanlimited@yahoo.co.uk 0723740817

MAUNDA, Jacob Osida

MIBEY, Joel Kiprono

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

cmaiko@KENGEN.co.ke

MOGUSU, Saul Oguta

wetproject@yahoo.com 0722338871 MAITERI, Alex Kamau PO Box 75437 Nairobi maiteri@nbi.ispkenya.com 0722-518879

MAWEU, Boniface Muli

LOADLINE Engineering Services

Ministry of Roads and Public works

sauloguta@yahoo.co.uk

PO Box 30043 - 00100 Nairobi

0702639536

bonifacemuli@yahoo.com 0722402534

MOKAYA, Henry Momanyi Kenya Bureau of Stds

MAKHANU, Francis Xavier

MAYAKA, Abel NyakundI

PO Box 52628 Nairobi

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

MAKHULO, Gilbert Bwire

MBOGO, Sospeter Francis

Howard Humpreys

Kenya Power

PO Box 12198 - 00100 Nairobi

PO Box 306 - 00200 Nairobi

MUCHOKI, Anthony Kariuki Kenya Shell Ltd

smbogo@KENGEN.coke MARANGA, Stephen Moffat

0722-868134

JKUAT

PO Box 1419 - 00618 Ruaraka amuchoki@petrotrack.co.ke 0722842887 MUGUNA, Nahason Maingi Nairobi Water

PO Box 62000 - 00200 Nairobi

MBUGUA, Joseph Mungai

smmaranga@yahoo.com

KERRA

PO Box 3297 00-506 Nairobi

6752444

PO Box 100 Thika

nmuguna@nairobiwater.co.ke 0722524415

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The Kenya Roads Board (KRB) is a statutory body established by the Kenya Roads Board Act No. 7 of 1999. The object and purpose for which the Board is established is to oversee the road network in Kenya

and coordinate the maintenance, rehabilitation and development funded by the fund and to advise the Cabinet Secretary on Transport & Infrastructure on all 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 efficient road network for a prosperous Nation”

KRB Fund

The Kenya Roads Board Fund comprises of road maintenance levy and transit tolls. The Fund is allocated to Kenya National Highways Authority, Kenya Rural Roads Authority, Kenya Urban Roads Board and the Kenya Wildlife Service Kenya Wildlife Service, 1% Development, 10%

Historical Collections – KRB Fund

The following chart of the historical collections indicates that the Fund has been on an upward growth from 2001. The fuel levy rate has grown from Kshs. 5.80/= per litre of petrol/diesel (2000) to Kshs. 9/= currently

Operations, 2%

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MUHAMED Swaleh Ahmed

MUTAI, Januarius Kipleting

MWAI, Nicholas Kariuki

Masinde Muliro

Kabyanga University College

Howard Humphreys

PO Box 2227-30100 Eldoret

PO Box 21170 - 00505 Nairobi mutaijk@yahoo.com

PO Box 26603 - 00100 Nairobi

muhamedswaleh@gmail.com

0722-310094 MUNGATANA, Mwaka

nmkariuki@yahoo.com 0721225282

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 MOPW

MUTIA, Samuel Mwendwa

PO Box 10368 - 00100 Nairobi

Northstar

dmunyingi@gmail.com

PO Box 52261-00200 Nairobi

0722853196

smutia@gmail.com

0722800314

MWANGI, Francis Muriithi Kenya Power 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

0722516968 MURIUKI, David Muchoki KPC PO Box 72443 - 00200 Nairobi dmuchoki@gmail.com 0722676717.00

0722764448

MWANGI. Hiram Muturi Ministry of Public Works

MUTURA, John Gaitho

PO Box 22635 - 00100 Nairobi

Ministry of Roads and Public works

mwangihm@yahoo.com

PO Box 7369-00100 - Nairobi jogmutura@yahoo.com 0722-390-847

0721329716

MWANIKI, Andrew Wahome Asahi Consulting Ltd

MUSAU, Stanley Kalile Atlfs Copco Ltd PO Box 18084 - 00100 Nairobi smkalile@yahoo.com/stanley. musau@ng.atlascopco.com 0724716263/+234 706 418 3400 MUSYOKI Shadrack Nthusi Vecta Consultants PO Box 2839-Nairobi snthusi@hotmail.com 0710769363

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MUTWANGAO, Francis

PO Box 54529-00200

Total co.

awahome@asahiconsulting.com

PO Box 4951 -00100 Nairobi

0722-297830

mutwangao@totaluganda.co.ug 0722574538/752793078 MWADALI, David Ngoma Kenya Railways

MWATHANI, Julius Micheni Ministry of Energy PO Box 30582 - 00100 Nairobi

PO Box 1442 Wundanyi

engmwathani@yahoo.com

dmwadali@krc.co.ke

0722686455

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MWAWASI, Philemon Mwamburi

NDILU, William Kimote

NG’ANG’A, Stephen Phares

EAST AFRICAN BREWERIES

KENGEN

JKUAT

PO Box 28761 Nairobi

PO Box 62429 - 00200 Nairobi

PO Box 56467 Nairobi

wkimoti1@yahoo.com/wkimoti@ KENGEN.co.ke

spnganga@yahoo.com/ spnganga@eng.jkuat.ac.ke

philemon.mwawasi@eabl.com 0720-833-256 MWENDA, Salim Ministry of Roads & Public Works PO Box 1397 Kilifi

0724694932

NDIRITU, Hiram Muriithi

s.mwenda@yahoo.com

JKUAT

0724955584

PO Box 62000-00200 Nairobi hndiritu@eng.jkuat.ac.ke

MWIRICHIA, Kaburu

kaburu.mwirichia@erc.go.ke 2847200

PO Box 62000 - 00200 Nairobi

PO Box 1583 - 00100 Nairobi

clementnganga10@yahoo.com

PO Box 3312 - 30200 Kitale NDUNG’U, Simon Kimani Min of Public Works PO Box 54056-00200 Nairobi

M.O.P.W

kimanisn2001@yahoo.com

PO Box 50257 - 00200 Nairobi

0720812805

jondeda@roadsnet.go.ke

NDERITU, Charles Macharia Ministry of Water Development PO Box 1961-60100 EMBU

Kenya Seed Co. LTD PO Box 553-30200 KITALE andrewngeno@yahoo.com 0735170040 NGESU, Bernard Kilundo PO Box 3680 - 00200 Nairobi

PO Box 13672- 20100 Nairobi

0720115091

jnganga@mechanical.go.ke 0726340638

NGONDO, Duncan Muchiri Howard Humphreys

NG’ANG’A, Joseph Njogu

Iber Africa Power EA

PO Box 463 - 00606 Sarit Centre Nairobi

PO Box 231 - 00507 Nairobi

joe.nganga@erc.go.ke

ndiewo2001@yahoo.com

0733718086

0728162245

NGENO Andrew Kipkemoi

NG’ANG’A John Mwangi

Kenya Power NDIEWO Dick Omondi

0734-625702

Eveready EA Ltd

cmnderitu66@yahoo.com 0722308966

0721-536611

KPC

0722397019

0722-806355

vtechconsult@yahoo.com

TSC (Thika TTI)

Ministry of Roads & Public Works

NDEDA, Joshua Ooro

PO Box 2839-00100 Nairobi

NDUGUYU Gilbert Tindivale

gilbertnduguyu@kpc.co.ke

0723-250733

M&E Consulting Engineers

NGANGA, Clement Nduati

NABENDE, Maurice Simiyu

nabende07@yahoo.com

NG’ENO, Alexander Kiprono

0722421672

ERC PO Box 2194 - 00200 Nairobi

0722360630

PO Box 64203 Nairobi NGUGI, Joel Maina Kahiti KENGEN PO Box 811 - 60100 Embu ingugi@KENGEN.co.ke 0722-323974

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NJAGI, Josphat K.

NYANGAU, Stephen Nyakondo

ODUMBE, Julius Obonyo

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

NYAROTHO, Julius Omutekete

ODUOR, Edwin Saul Owino

PO Box 2424-40100 Kisumu

Kaburu Okello & Partners

nyarothoj@yahoo.com

PO Box 5647 - 00100 Nairobi

NJIRU John Kithinji Howard Humpreys EA LTD PO Box 101349-Nairobi jknjiru@gmail.com 0722416801

0722-335069

0720927785

NJOROGE Kenneth Dickson Plant Makers Ltd

NZUKA, Charles Musili

PO Box 33698-00200 Nairobi

M.O.P.W

knjoroge100@gmail.com

PO Box 286 Mwingi

0727440345 OANYA, Fredrick Ogendi NJOROGE, James Mwangi

Min.of. Roads

Consultant

PO Box 38-60300 Isiolo

PO Box 16989 - 00620 Nairobi

fredrickoanya@yahoo.com

jnmwangi@kurrent.co.ke

edwinsowino@gmail.com

0723-031815

0722849415

OGOLA, Julius Maima UON PO Box 50939-00200 Nairobi julius.maima@gmail.com 0733-952777 OKUN Yakubu Otieno SELF EMPLOYEED PO Box 89070-80100 Mombasa otieno_okun@yahoo.com

NYAKUNDI, Simeon Onyiego Ministry of Roads & Public Works PO Box 90663 -80100 Mombasa simeonnyakundi@ymail.com 0722735511

OBATH, Patrick Ochieng

0720571490

PO Box 1535 - 00606 Nairobi patrick.p.obath@ksl.shell.com

OMONDI, James Otieno PO Box 17-00618 Ruaraka

OBUDHO, Erick Nyamburi

engmanjjo@gmail.com

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

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SEMO, Julius Johnstone Ndoli

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PO Box 610 - 00100 Nairobi

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World Vision

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Kenya Industrial Research

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Kenya Power

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0722350915

Ministry of Roads & Public Works

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PO Box 23167 - 00100 Nairobi

richardthitai@yahoo.com

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MOR PO Box 30043 Nairobi muchina.kiangai@yahoo.com 0721326998

0733982573

Electrical Engineering Consultants 1st Floor – Rafiki EPZ Complex Off Thika rd, next to Barclays bank. P.O Box 308-00618 Nairobi, Kenya. Tel: +25420 2115662 Fax: 8565022 Cell phone: +254722-521777. E-mail: info@petrotrack.co.ke.

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KIRAGU, Moses Muriuki PO Box 38534-00623 Nairobi

MUTUKU, John Mutua

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Unilever East Africa

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KIRERA, Samuel J.M. Ministry of Water and Irrigation

MWAMRIZI, Constantine M

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IRO, Basil Tito Masinde Muliro University PO Box 2856-40100 Kisumu basil_iro@yahoo.com 0722498774

KIRUI, Elijah Kibett Maru Ministry of energy

MWASIAGI, Josphat Igadwa

PO Box 1869 - 20200 Kericho

Moi University

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KAMWERE, Michael Muchiri MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE P.O BOX 797- 10100 KARATINA kamwere2006@yahoo.com 0722621042

LANGAT, John Kipketer Mugun Ministry of Water and Irrigation

NJUGUNA, Richard Maina

PO Box 9179 Eldoret

PO Box 58240 - 00200 Nairobi

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Samez Consultants Ltd

Ministry of Agriculture

Metrix Consultants

PO Box 72398-00200, Nairobi vicnyambane@yahoo.com 0723280464 OCHOLA, Quintine Omondi

PO Box 199 Athi River rwaru@yahoo.com 0722658196

P.O Box 3033-00200, Nairobi cayteed@gmail.com ABDULMAJID, Salim J KURA

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SEREM, Paul Kipkoech

P.O Box 42186 Mombasa

ochola_omondi@yahoo.com

Kerio Valley Dev. Authority

abdulmajidj@yahoo.com

0720-363105

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ODOYO Jacob Bittar

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Ministry of Agriculture

0722443914

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ABUTO, George Omondi ENGICONSULT P.O Box 42256-00100 Nairobi

WAKHU, Isaac Ngugi

goabuto@gmail.com

Ministry of Agriculture

0720775219/0735010723

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ingugiwakhu@yahoo.com

Rural Focus Ltd.

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ACHIENG, Jacton Mwembe BAC Engineering and Architecture 7488-00200,.Nairobi jactonm@yahoo.com

0721441651

WANDIA , Jedidah Maina

0722168031

OTIENO, Meshack Oduor

MAK CONSULTING ENGINEERS LTD

ADEDE, Abungu Daniel

NCC Mumias

P.O BOX 73406-00200 NAIROBI

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P.O Box 62730-00200 NAIROBI

ABDIAZIZ, Abdullahi Ibrahim UNICONSULT KENYA LTD

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Moi University

P.O BOX 105079-00101 NAIROBI

PO Box 1957-80100 Mombassa

abdiazizsita09@gmail.com

chris.agong@yahoo.com

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National Housing Corporation

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P.O Box 14242-00100

P.O BOX 3280-00506 NAIROBI

ezra.bett@kpc.co.ke

godfreyagoro@yahoo.com

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AIRO, Nicholas Juma

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SBI International Holdings

Boston General Agencies

P.O Box 24986-00100 Nairobi

P.O Box 688-30100 Eldoret

nicholasairo@gmail.com

kennedy.aseka@gmail.com

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AKO, Fredrick Ouma

ATAI, Orina Phares

National Water P.O Box 13668 - 00100 Nairobi akofred@gmail.com 0722681172 AKUN, Beatrice Achieng Otieno Odongo & Partners P.O BOX 4745-40103 achiengakun@rocketmail.com 0723591916 ALUORA, Kenneth Apec Consulting P.O Box 5201-00506 Nairobi aluorakenneth@yahoo.com 0721533648 ALUVISIA, Hannington Kidagisa Kenha P.O Box 529 - 50300 Maragoli kidagisa2001@yahoo.com 0724108725

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P.O BOX 19320-00202 NAIROBI

Command Power Systems

pharesatai@gmail.com

P.O Box 62101 - 00200 Nairobi

0722886353

jotis@jotisengineers.com 0722-802233

BARAGU, Karuoro TMP CONSULTING LTD

CHELUGO, Nicholas Chepchieng

P.O BOX 15270-00509

P.O Box 6116 - 00200 Nairobi

b.karuoro@gmail.com 0723803751

CHEPKOKWO ,Kennedy Chelimo KERRA

BARASA, Cedrick Wanjala Kengen P.O Box 35334-00200 Nairobi cedwan@yahoo.com 0721977505 BENEDETTE, Waswa Sabuni MMUST P.O BOX 2403-50100 KAKAMEGA bernadettesabuni@yahoo.com

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Ministry of Roads

P.O Box 25232-00100 Nairobi

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P.O Box 19439-00100 Nairobi

kiplagatpau@gmal.com

P.O Box 54974 - 00200 Nairobi

benjaminbakhuya@yahoo.com

0722391259

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P.O BOX 1185-60100 EMBU

chepsirord@gmail.com

kariukifrancisco@yahoo.com

0724396322

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GACHAU, William Githua

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Kenya Pipeline Company P.O Box 4338 - 30100 Eldoret CHERUIYOT, Justus Kiprono KENHA P.O Box 2746-30100, ELDORET

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P.O Box 30743-00100 Nairobi/ 264 Kikuyu

GCONAD Consult

justuscheruiyot@yahoo.com

gikuru005@yahoo.com

P.O Box 50567-00200 Nairobi

0724167697

0721764253

dgachukia@yahoo.com

DALAL, Murtaza Ashikhusein

0706-517-045

GITAHI, Charles Njai Aberdare Engineering Ltd

P.O Box 82933 Mombasa

GATHEKIA, Andrew Gitau

dalal.ke@gmailcom

P.O BOX 20353-00200 NAIROBI

HOWARD HUMPHREYS

0734-453690

gitahicharlesnjai25@yahoo.com

P.O Box 53760-00200, Nairobi

0723716913

DICKSON, Kimathi Miriti

andrewgathekia@gmail.com 0727910843

MOPW P.O BOX 10151-00200 kimithimiriti@yahoo.com 0723269298 DULO, Simeon Otieno University Of Nairobi P.O Box 6885 - 00300 Nairobi otienodulo@yahoo.co.uk 0733423864 FERNANDES, Agnelo Ernest Gibb Africa P.O Box 44780 - 00100 GPO Nairobi afern27@gmail.com 0733785592

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GATHONGO, Ephantus Kariuki

P.O Box 7345-00100, Nairobi

KTDA

mikergithinji@yahoo.com

P.O Box 31123 Nairobi

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ephantusgathogo@yahoo.com 0723326163

GITI, Julius Kijiru Kenha

GATHONI, Kuria Mbugua

P.O Box 1024-00600 Nairobi

P.O Box 95 - 00606 Nairobi

gitij@yahoo.com

Gath Consulting

0722786812

GATIMU, Francis Mwai

GITUNGO, Michael Njoroge

CAS Consultants

H Young & Co. Ltd

P.O Box 41-10306 Kagio

P.O Box 59154-00200 Nairobi

frncmw@yahoo.com

gitungo_michael@yahoo.com

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JOSEPH, Oduory Anzetse

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National Museum of Kenya

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P.O Box 89059-80100, Mombasa

P.O BOX 11138-000100 NAIROBI

kalitijulius@yahoo.com

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HILLARY, Ogello Akwiri

KABUGI, James Kariuki

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P.O BOX 29071-00100 NAIROBI

P.O BOX 10380-00400 NAIROBI

hillary.akwiri@yahoo.com

kariukikj@yahoo.com

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0711593390

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HILLARY, Reagan Ojwang

KABUI, Peter Mundia

KAMAU, Hannah Njeri

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Min of Water & Irrigation

P.O BOX 30743-00100 MOPW NAIROBI

P.O Box 76664-00508 Nairobi

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MOPW 14406- 00400 Nairobi

KAMAU, Maina Samuel JILK CONSTRUCTION LTD P.O BOX 27500-00100 NAIROBI smaina@jilkconstruction.com 0737967482

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0721606958

07122238788

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IDALIA, Sebestian

KAHAMA, Alex Mugo

KANABAR, Bakoolesh Jayantilal

Wanjohi Consulting Engineers

Gibb Africa

P.O Box 52543-00100 Nairobi

P.O Box 28907-00200 Nairobi

idaliais@yahoo.co.uk

xelamugo@gmail.com

0750772111

0722774533

JENIFFER, Jelagat Korir

KAHUTHU, Peter Githinji

KURA

NAIROBI WATER

P.O BOX 12101-00100 NAIROBI

P.O Box 2292-00200 Nairobi

jenisko@gmail.com

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0720-261-179

0722100395

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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 KARANJA, Joseph Mbuthia Tana & Athi River Devt

0721450416 Kenneth Adinda Ochieng

0723585288 KILONGI, Emily Muthoni Athi Water Service Board

P.O Box 546-40601/ Nairobi

16157 - 00610 Nairobi

kennedindaochieng@yahoo.com

ekilongi@yahoo.com

0722879065/020340371

0722660557

0721-947853

KARANJA, Joseph Mwaura

KHAEMBA, Titus Jumbe

KIMANI, Kevin Munyiri

The Technical University of Kenya

Inter Consult Engineers

Kato Consult and Associates

P.O Box 30924 - 00100 Nairobi jombuka@yahoo.com

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KARANJA, KINUTHIA GIFT

P.O Box 49712-00100 Nairobi

FRAME CONSULTANTS LTD

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P.O BOX 100762-00101 NAIROBI

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0702965995 KIMATA, Francis Kangere Kenha

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P.O Box 1926 Thika

0722676379

franciskimata@yahoo.com 0721454171

KIBITI, Mwenda Patrick KENHA

KEHNA

P.O 4678-00100 NAIROBI

P.O BOX 15281-2100 NAKURU

kibiti.patrick@gmail.com

jimkaris2003@yahoo.com

0727342451

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KIMATHI, Nelson Mishek P.O Box 10363 - 00400 Nairobi nelson.kimathi@gmail.com 0722917929 KIMATHI, Patrick Ringera MoR&PW

KARIUKI, Timothy Karanja

P.O Box 6495 - 00200 Nairobi

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P.O Box 2216 - 60200 Meru

kisiah@safaricom.co.ke

kimathipat@yahoo.com

P.O Box 22621 - 00400 Nairobi

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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

0704-153822

0751702167

KIPNGENO, Proson

KIVOLONZI, Philip Mutua

Ministry of Housing

MOPW

P.O Box 30119-00100 Nairobi

P.O Box 41191-00100 Nairobi

kipngenoproson@yahoo.com

kivolonziphiliph@gmail.com

0723502625

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KINANGA, Samuel Moseti Runji & Partner P.O Box 943-00517, Nairobi samkinanga@gmail.com 0720654920 KIOKO, Kiilu Eric WINDUPS GROUP LTD P.O BOX 9164-00300 NAIROBI erikioko@yahoo.com 0728618312 KIOKO, Paul Christopher Kimali Melleh Construction

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P.O BOX 415-90200 KITUI

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P.O Box 34942-00100 Nairobi

0722771706

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KONTI, Dawe Amane GATHAIYA NJAGI AND PARTNERS P.O BOX 78531-00507 NAIROBI amanedk@yahoo.com 0721882425 KORIR, Stephen Kiplagat KURA P.O Box 89 Longisa korir.stephen@ymail.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 KYENGO, Margaret Mwende

KIPKOECH, Philemon William Bridge International Academy

KIPROP, Festus Kibet

Steel Structures

P.O Box 18509-00100 Nairobi

Kenha

P.O Box 54139 -00200Nairobi

orimbaodondi@yahoo.com

P.O Box 6220 Eldoret

kyengotek@yahoo.com

faceki@yahoo.com

0722943711

0711148438 KIPKOECH, Tuei Kenneth Spencon ltd P.O Box 76-20200 kericho kipkoech76@yahoo.com 0721381732

0721-896168 LEKARIAP, Mararo Edwin KIRONGO, Benjamin Kipkorir NEMA P.O Box 67839 - 00200 Nairobi bkkirongo@gmail.com 0722624856

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Oil Libya

le_tutui@yahoo.com

P.O BOX 104198-00100 nairobi

P.O Box 64900-00620, Nairobi

0712373204/0788138454

masha2mu@Yahoo.com

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MAKAJUMA, George Adongo

Gath Consulting

African Development Bank

P.O Box 30156 - 00100 Nairobi

P.O Box 5016 - 00100 Nairobi

pdareba83@yahoo.com

gmakajuma@gmail.com

0720964304

0722749497

MAILU, Peter Wambua

MAKORI, Jared Moruri

terms K Consulting Eng

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P.O Box 68053 - 00100 Nairobi

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0721873269

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MAINA, John Ireri

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0721352940

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0721-460873 NG’ENY, Samuel Korgoren KERRA P.O Box1804-20200 Kericho pokotcentralengineer@yahoo.com 0721-654475

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NGALA, Michael

P.O Box90401-80100 MOMBASA

P.O Box1073 - 40400 Migoli

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0725318808

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P.O Box77087 - 00611 Nairobi

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P.O Box 46439-00100 GPO Nairobi

P.O Box4601 Thika

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0722849567

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0720276175 NGURE, JosphatKamau Kenya Technical Teachers College P.O Box 70622-00400 Nairobi kamngure@yahoo.com 0722-844-606

NJIRU, Joseph Mwaura NORKEN P.O Box343-60100 Embu njimwa@gmail.com 0711372105

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NYAMAO, Nelson Atandi OCHOGO, Carey Calvin

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ODERO, Christopher Otieno

NYANARO, Geoffrey Nyasagare

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P.O Box884 - 00100 Nairobi

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OLANGO, Mildred Akinyi

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Gibb Africa

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MEMBER’S ROLL

CIVIL - ELECTRICAL

WAINAINA, Mary Wamaitha

WANJAU, George Gitau

YEGO, Shadrack Kipruto

Tana water Services Board

Nippon Koel Consulting Engineer

P.O Box570-00621 Nairobi

H.P GUAFF CONSULTING ENGINEERS

ritmagdane2000@yahoo.co.uk

P.O Box 47704-00100 NAIROBI

0714000606

gittorge@gmail.com 0728105412

WAIRUA, Joel Kireru Howard Humphreys

WANJAU, Gibson Ndirangu

P.O Box30156 - 00100 Nairobi

Howard Humphreys

jwairua@howardhumphreys. co.ke

P.O Box77882-00622

0728306305 WAKERU, Titus Ndung’u

Wanyama, Paul P.O Box104333-00101, NAIROBI

P.O Box16446-00100, Nairobi

pwanyama@gmail.com

twakeru@gmail.com

0726145715

0720264529 WARARI, Peter Kamau WAMBUGU, Dominic Mwaniki

Howard Humphreys

Kenya Power

P.O Box47217 Nairobi

P.O Box30177-00100 Nairobi

WAMBUI, Kebathi Howard Humphreys P.O Box50725-00200 Nairobi bo_thi@yahoo.co.uk 0722478698

yegoshad@yahoo.com 0720936403 YONGO, Fredrick Ogola Mangat I. B Patel &Partners P.O Box21667-00505 Nairobi yongofreddie2000@yahoo.com 0703700026

RURAL FOCUS

WORLD VISION KENYA

domnkmw@yahoo.com

P.O Box46439 - 00100 Nairobi

WATAKO, Julius Maloba MasindeMuliroUni P.O Box2818 Bungoma juliusmlb@gmail.com 0710138980 WEBI, Walela Phinehas

WANDU, Anthony Gichira

NATIONAL IRRIGATION BOARD

Abba &Wandu Engineers

P.O Box 37-50212 NDALU

P.O Box17085 - 00100 Nairobi

webiphinehas@gmail.com

anthony@abbaconsult.co.ke

0711-511754

0722613008 WENDOT, Robert

ELECTRICAL

ACHIENG, Jeanne Juliet Ketraco P.O BOX 19957-00202 Nairobi jeannejulliet@yahoo.co.uk 0721943881 ADEDE, Paul Ouma AGRO-CHEMICAL MUHORONI P.O BOX 1858-00200 Nairobi padede@acfp.co.ke 0724550398 AGENG’O Elisha Kelvin M&E CONSULTING ENGINEERS P.O BOX 507-00100 NAIROBI kelvinagengo@gmail.com 0721-943707

WANGARI, Sheilah Makokha

GIBB AFRICA

Apec Consortium P.O Box59753 -00200 Nairobi

P.O Box 1803-00502 KAREN NAIROBI

shemcx@gmail.com

robertwendot@gmail.com

samakuto@yahoo.com

0721995463

0723-829415

0722832087

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MEMBER’S ROLL

ELECTRICAL

ALBEITY, Omar Alwi

ATARO, Edwin Omondi

CHERUIYOT, Timon

Mombasa Municipal Council

Moi University

SR Kenya Ltd

P.O BOX 7558-30100 Eldoret

P.O BOX 18716 - 00100 Nairobi

ataro@mu.ac.ke

timline77@yahoo.com

0720898533

0736551501

BARASA, Stanley Lutali

CHOMBA, Kanyoro Maxwell

KPLC

SAFARICOM ltd

12019-00400 Nairobi

P.O BOX 74872-00200 NAIROBI

pca4@yahoo.com

stanleybarasa@yahoo.com

P.O BOX 461-00517 Uhuru Gardens NAIROBI

0722-690439

maxkanyoro@yahoo.com

ALUMASA, Alfred Power Techniques P.O BOX 101479 - 00101 Nairobi AMAMBIA, Paul Chivole Africrete RMC

0721614058

AMBANI, Alfred Mugaisi KPTC

BHULLAR, Anoop Singh

P.O BOX 14448 Nairobi

P.O BOX 13624-00800 Nairobi

ammani@cck.go.ke 0733614525 AMUTI Ondiek Mathew KENYA PORTS AUTHORITY P.O BOX 86954-80100 MOMBASA amutiondieki@yahoo.com

FESTUS, Muema Wambua KPLC

BONIFACE, Mathenge Ngocho

P.O BOX 2188-90100 MACHAKOS

P.O BOX 1770 -00200 NAIROBI

muema.festus@yahoo.com

bmnngocho@yahoo.co.uk

0726-756-933

0733-602451 GACHAU, Njagi Kennedy BUNDOTICH, Nicholas Kibet

NORKEN (I) LTD

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

0722-444-572

GACHERU, George Kamau

andrew@histoto.com 0722-962480 ANGELA, Karigo Wairimu KPC P.O BOX 12686-00100, Nairobi karigowairimua@gmail.com

BWENGO, Zaharani Hassan

KPLC

KPA

P.O BOX 3964-20100 Nakuru

P.O BOX 98531 - 80100 Mombasa zbwengo@kpa.co.ke

GACHIMU, Alex Githaiga

0727880204

P.O BOX 456-01020, Kenol agachimu@kplc.co.ke

0721291384

0712582652

CHEBOI, Ann Jepkokei

ASEYO, John Orege

Safaricom ltd

Kenya Meteorological Department

P.O BOX 1066 - 00100 Nairobi

GICUGU, Mercy Faith

ajcheboi@yahoo.com

KPLC

0722938365

P.O BOX 30177-00100 Nairobi

P.O BOX 372 - 00242 Nairobi aseyo_200@yahoo.co.uk 0722640593

fgicugu@kplc.co.ke 0722465107

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ELECTRICAL

GITHUI, Judith Mumbi

KARANJA Cyrus Kimani

KENYAKISA, Okute Michael

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 mumbig@gmail.com 07154141154

ckimani2000@yahoo.com 0722-880-667 KARANJA, Wairimu Monicah

HABWE, Elvis Josiah

KPLC

Bamburi

P.O BOX 103070-00101 NAIROBI

P.O BOX 90202-80100 Mombasa

ckimani2000@yahoo.com

josiahhabwe@gmail.com 0721449633

HARUN, Muthua Mwangi

0722-880-667

okutemk2005@gmail.com 0720-399046 KERICH, Wesley Kipngetich KPLC P.O BOX 467-BUNGOMA wkerich@kplc.co.ke 0723664794

KARANJA, Wairimu Monicah KENGEN

KERRE, Moses Simiyu

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

HINGA,George Maina

LOADLINE ENGINEERING SERVICES

KETTER, Kipkoech Ronald

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 0728713697

IKAMBILI, Pascal Miheso Savana Cement 9933-00100 Nairobi mihesopascal@gmail.com

KARIMI, Daisy P.O BOX 69882-00400 Nairobi

KHALUSI, Cyrus Shimwadi

deekarimi@gmail.com

P.O BOX 32415 - 00600 Nairobi

0721652376

0717817046 KAVITA, Fidelis Muli JIN, Mohamed Yusuf Iqbal

KPLC

SGS

P.O BOX 1607-90100 Machakos

P.O BOX 41765-80100 yusuf.jin@sgs.com 0733637143

fmuli@yahoo.com 0722348486

KIBIAS, Kipkemoi KPLC P.O BOX 6968-30100 Eldoret tkibias@yahoo.com 0729406504

KAZIRA, Khaise Philister

KIGEN, Herbert Kiptoo

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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ELECTRICAL

KIMBU, Kimathi Brian

KOROS, Peter Kipyegon

MAK’OMONDI 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

bkimbui@gmail.com

pkmisik@yahoo.com

0722979496

0722942728

lmakomondi@easa.ac.ke 0714122268 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

jmutegi@kemri.org

0729214360

0721-216908

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

0720-421726 MAKOKHA, Martin Simiyu Nokia Siements Network ltd

skipkokei@gmail.com 0722862654

LENGAKI, Joseph Mkomba Kenya Power

KISYANGA, Mutua

P.O BOX 74 Eldoret

MANTRAC (K) LTD P.O BOX 30067-00100 NAIROBI ekisyanga@mantracckenya.com 0721-302734

KOPONDO, Edward Otieno Metrocom Consultants P.O BOX 19957-00202 Nairobi kopojunior@yahoo.com 0720979485

KORIR, George Kipkoech KPLC P.O BOX 151-40100 Kisumu Gkorir@kplc.co.ke 0722246577

MALEVE, Mutua Aaron Min of Water Irrigation P.O BOX 49720-00100 NAIROBI aaronmutua@yahoo.com 0720-335927

LUMASIA, Martin Kidali KPLC P.O BOX 27918 - 00100 Nairobi martinlumasia@yahoo.com

MASILA, Patrick Mwendwa Norkun Intakes ltd patrick.masila@gmail.com 0720252252

0725523325 MATUNDURA, Daniel Nyamweya MAINA, Franklin Gatheru

MOPW

P.O BOX 100852 - 00101 Nairobi

P.O BOX 41191-00100 NAIROBI

fgatheru@kplc.co.ke

daniel.matundura@gmail.com 0702-719219

MAITAI, Christopher Mutuma

MAUKA, Christine Nanjala

Self

Ketraco

P.O BOX 7564 - 00200 Nairobi

P.O BOX 34942-00100 Nairobi

chris.maitai@gmail.com

nanjalachristine@yahoo.com

0721910856

0712308116

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MEMBER’S ROLL

ELECTRICAL

MBAE, Ariel Mutegi

MISURA, Sheth Otieno

MURIUKI, James Kinyua

KPLC

MOPW

Kenya Power

P.O BOX 23641 - 00100 Nairobi

P.O BOX 50468-00200

P.O BOX 202 Thika

shethmisura@yahoo.com MBUGUA, Josephat Njoroge

0722-303982

ROADLINE

jmsmuriuki@yahoo.com 0723820885

P.O BOX 371-00900, Nirobi

MORONGE, Nyandika Valentine

josephat@jnjoroge.com

KETRACO

0722378948

P.O BOX 34942-00100 Nairobi

Howard Humphreys

vmoronye@gmail.com

P.O BOX 7492 - 00100 Nairobi

0720475584

pmwangi2@kplc.co.ke

MBUTHI, Samuel Njeru KRA P.O BOX 28474-00100 Nairobi samuel.mbuthi@yahoo.com 0722634240 MBUVI, Isaac Mukeku KPC P.O BOX 93231-80102 Mombasa Isaac.Mbuvi@kpc.co.ke 0722225211 MEHTA, Harsukhlal Hitesh Power Technics

0722397409 MUGALO, M Douglas KPA P.O BOX 4385-30200 Kitale dmugalo@kpa.co.ke 0723912407 MUKHTAR, Ahmed Shee

0721929140

vekkarm@gmail.com 0724942382

Bezalel Eng Consultants githinjijames@gmail.com 0721846023

National Housing Corporation P.O BOX 2155 - 00200 Nairobi

MUNIALO, Tom Simiyu

mmbae@yahoo.com

Gibb Africa

0721659899

P.O BOX 30020 - 00100 Nairobi

0725727700

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0712-331913

P.O BOX 29882-00202 Nairobi

P.O BOX 32256-00600 Nairobi

gillytm2000@yahoo.com

cmmutaha@gmail.com

demhao1@yahoo.com

0733-612074

P.O BOX 34942-00100 Nairobi

P.O BOX 157-80105 KALOLENI

MUTHEE, Kevin Karanja

hitesh_metha@powertechnics. com

Ketraco

ATHI RIVER MINING CEMENT

P.O BOX 85582-80100, Mombasa

MUNENE, James Githinji

MILGO, Gilbert Kibet

MUTAHA, Maina Clifford

zpojawo consulting Engineers

P.O BOX 49197 -00100 Nairobi

MESHACK, Kirimi Mbae

MURIUKI, Patrick Mwangi

MUTHINI, Mathew KPLC P.O BOX 19677 - 00202 Nairobi mmuthini@kplc.co.ke mmuthin@yahoo.com 0733763766

MUTHOKA, Moses Makau

MURAGE, Wanjiru Rose

Kenya Power

KPLC

P.O BOX 6078-01000 Thika

P.O BOX 68076-00200 NAIROBI

mmuthoka@kplc.co.ke

shi.kisilo@gmail.com

0722-659411

0735-474259

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MEMBER’S ROLL

ELECTRICAL

MUTINDA, Paul Peter

NATO, Edwin David

NGESA,Humphreys Aloyce

KPLC

Kenya Data Networks

NOKIA SIEMENS NETWORKS

P.O BOX 14003-00400 NAIROBI

P.O BOX 16668-00100 Nairobi

P.O BOX 20436-00200

dnatoh@yahoo.com

angesa@gmail.com

0721-992785

0722-759-341

pmmutinda@yahoo.com 0720865088 MWANGI, Francis Kahumbi KPLC P.O BOX 30099-00100 NAIROBI

NDEGE, Job Maxwell Ochieng Afsat Services Ltd

fkahumbi@kplc.co.ke

P.O BOX 5648 - 00100 Nairobi

0720805029

jndege@iwayafrica.com 0777726701

MWASHIGADI, Fanuel Kiwinga P.O BOX 2975 Mombasa Kenya Petroluem Ltd. fanuel.mwashigadi@kprl.co.ke 0733-298165 MWAURA, Francis Kimani

NGOLANYA,Mitchel Muindi

KPLC

mitchel .ngolanya@gmail.com

P.O BOX 202-0100 Thika

0721214526

endenderu@kplc.co.ke 0733245684

NGOYA, Maureen Nanjala P.O BOX 60113 - 00200 Nairobi

franciskimanim@yahoo.com

KCAA P.O BOX 30689 Nairobi

MWAURA, Wanyoike

0722300997

0700795

P.O BOX 48 Athi River

NDIRITU, James Wachira

charleswanyoikem@gmail.com

ngetich_samuel@yahoo.com

NDENDERU, Ezra Kamau

P.O BOX 2327-00604 Nairobi

P.O BOX 63601000 thika

P.O BOX 487-20406, Sotik

KPLC

City Council of Nairobi

KPLC

NGETICH, Samuel Kiprono

NGUGI, Joseph Lighting Solutions P.O BOX 7194-00100, Nairobi ngugih@gmail.com

NDOLO, Raphael Kimeu

0720018370

P.O BOX 40238 Nairobi NJAGI, Raphael Kinyua NDUNG’U John Karanja

KPLC

Kenya Alliance Insurance

P.O BOX 300-60100 Embu

KETRACO

P.O BOX 45744-00100 Nairobi

raphael.njagi@gmail.com

P.O BOX 34942-00100 NAIROBI

jkndungu@yahoo.com

0727-138656

0726931503

0722377126

MWITA, Juma Francis

NDUNGU, Cephanie Muthami

MWIHAKI, Ndungu Hosea

KCB P.O BOX 51492-00100 Nairobi jmwita@hotmail.com

Loadline P.O BOX 28615 - 00200 Nairobi

NJERU, Boniface Ireri KPLC P.O BOX 430 Embu bnjeru@kplc.co.ke 0722769964

0722-803653

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MEMBER’S ROLL

ELECTRICAL

NJERU, John Ndambiri

NZANGI, Jerome Muia

OKOMBO, Stephen Okello

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

NJIRAINI, Wanjiku Mwende CCK P.O BOX 73452-00200 NAIROBI mwende.njiraini@gmail.com

P.O BOX 681 Eldoret OKOTH, Richard Odhiambo OBIERO, Maureen Adhiambo KPLC P.O Box 41-20100 Nakuru

NJOGU, Mwaura Felix

amaureen@rocketmail.com

P.O BOX 56756-00200 NAIROBI

0724151686

kaiyahz@gmail.com 0711-254611

OBUMBA, Richard Ochieng CAWILY M& E ENGINEERS

NJOKA, Ephantus Gitonga Nairobi City Coucil P.O BOX 54111 - 00200,Nairobi gitonganjoka@yahoo.com 0712906137 NJOROGE,Kenneth Ngugi

P.O BOX 151 - 40100 Kisumu OLWERO, Tom Martin Mbadi P.O BOX 8999 - 00300 Nairobi OMARI, Nyariacha Japheth P.O BOX 6640-00200 Nairobi japhomlee@yahoo.com 0720-612775

P.O BOX 53316-00200 ricckobumba@yahoo.com

OMBEGA, Edwin Matoke

0722281443

KRA P.O BOX 19168 - 00501 Nairobi

ODHIAMBO, Peter Ouma

Edwin.matoke@gmail.com

KCAA

0724869021

ZTE Corporation

P.O BOX 72484-00200 Nairobi

P.O BOX 11199 - 00100 Nairobi

podhiambo@kcaa.or.ke

kennethngugi@yahoo.co.uk

0721210889

0721656840 ODUOR, Rosemary Achola

OMBIMA, Alfred Hannington B O Self employed P.O BOX 67361-00200 Nairobi

NTAIYIA, Luke Kimitei

KPLC

ombish@yahoo.com

KPLC

P.O BOX 4482-40100 Kisumu

0722527947

P.O BOX 30099-00100 Nairobi lntaiyia@kplc.co.ke 0729525468 NYAMBALA, Catherine Auma KENGEN

rachoduor@yahoo.com 0722875666 OKERE, Antony Makokha Nation Media Group

OMBONGI, Frank Ogochi KENGEN P.O BOX 698 Kitale

P.O BOX 62887-00200 Nairobi

P.O BOX 49010-00100 Nairobi

ombofrank@gmail.com

cnyambala@kengen.co.ke

antonymakokha@yahoo.com

0722-693465

NYAMBALA, Jennifer Atieno

0729095217

47948 Nairobi

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ELECTRICAL

OMURAYI, Omulimi Clyde

OSANO, Isaiah

OWUOR, David Peter

FERDON ASSOCIATES LTD

Vector InternatioanalC/0 Walter Makora

KPLC

P.O BOX 21292-00100 NAIROBI omurayi.clyde@gmail.com 0720231941 OMWENGA, Nyakundi Edwin MINISTRY OF LANDS AND HOUSING

P.O BOX 46302 Nairobi OSURU, Charles Juma P.O BOX 41191 - 00100 Nairobi charles.osuru@yahoo.com 0721649567

P.O BOX 733 - 00100 Nairobi PAMBO, Paul Oscar Typotech P.O BOX 6257 - 00200 Nairobi paul.pambo@yahoo.com 0721282900

P.O BOX 47293-00100 Nairobi nyakundie2000@yahoo.com 0724-652021

OTIENO, Leah Achieng KPLC P.O BOX 1452 - 00502 Nairobi

ONGERA, Erick Mokaya KPRL P.O BOX 751-80100 Mombasa erickongera@gmail.com 0726792789 ONIM, Antony Ochieng EDSON ENGINEERING P.O BOX 35525-00100 Nairobi onim.antony@gmail.com 0721148180 ONYANGO, Charles Oduor Safaricom ltd P.O BOX 103240 - 00101 Nairobi onyangoco@gmail.com

OUNDA, Daniel A Ketoto NSIS P.O BOX 48363 - 00100 Nairobi danielounda@yahoo.co.uk 0705700567 OWINO, Duncan Odhiambo P.O BOX 151 - 40100 Kisumu dodhiambo@kplc.co.ke 0724766489 OWINO, Kennedy Omolo KPLC P.O BOX 22588-00100 Nairobi owikenomo@yahoo.com 0720384776

0721430210 OWINO, Lydia Esiaba ORINDA, Okoth Jefferson

Ultimate engineerin

TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF KENYA

P.O BOX 51970-00200 Nairobi

P.O BOX 62494-00200 NAIROBI orindanow2003@yahoo.com 0727-771735

lydiahowino@hotmail.com 0722237004

PATEL, Pritesh Kiritkumar POWER TECHNIQUES 43850 - 00100 Nairobi pritesh@designinnovation.co.ke 0722708858 PATRICK, Kimani Mwangi HOWARD HUMPHREYS P.O BOX 126-10205 MARAGUA mwakimani@yahoo.com 0724061435 RAKWACH,Kenneth Ouma Crater Medical Centre P.O BOX 1569-00200 NAKURU 0725984060 RONOH, Jonathan ERC P.O Box 42681 - 00100 Nairobi jonathan.ronoh@erc.go,ke 0727231171 RUATHE, Julius Kiragu KPLC P.O Box 14210-00400, Nairobi jkruathe@gmail.com 0724169165

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ELECTRICAL

RUTO, Kipkorir Nephat

SOI, Stanely Kipkemoi

WACHIRA, Kinyua

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

0720-315-21 SONGA, Macarius Oloo SAMOEI, Kenneth Kibet

P.O Box 31339 - 00600 Nairobi

NHC

msonga@yahoo.com

P.O Box 3561-30100 ELDORET

0710-728361

0720231149

WAFULA, Oundo Eugene Electronics Technology Group Ltd P.O BOX 1603-00606 NAIROBI

samoweng@gmail.com 0720462871

kinyua.wachira@gmail.com

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 SYENGO, David Ngua SHAH, Tushar Lalji

KPLC

TURAMI

P.O Box 592-00618 Nairobi

P.O Box 42563- 00100Nairobi

dsyengo@kplc.co.ke

tushar@turami.com

0720423662

P.O Box 34608-00100 Nairobi kramania2003@gmail.com 0721911665

WAKAGWA, Edward Muturi 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

0724305929 TITUS KIMAIYO CHEPTOO SILAS, Omondi

CCK

MOPW

P.O Box 13869-00800 NAIROBI

P.O BOX 28888-00100 NAIROBI

tcheptoo@gmail.com

omondi.silas@gmail.com

0722751196

WANAGWE, Lubisia Imbega POWER TECHNIQUES P.O Box 78034 - 00507 Nairobi lubisiai@yahoo.ocm 0722436169

WANG’ANG’A, Simon Ian

0720-801-684 W’NGIELA, 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

silejames@yahoo.com

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WANJAWA, Barack Wamkaya

WEKESA,Cleophas Simiyu

BARKEBO, James Jemutai

International Livestock Research

KPLC

KPCL

P.O Box 5197 - 00506 Nairobi

P.O Box 151 Kisumu

wanjawawb@gmail.com 0722 614787

WENDE, Samuel Ogweno ALCATEL - LUCENT EA LTD

WANYAGI, Nathaniel Waithaka KPLC

P.O Box 26190- 00100 Nairobi samuel.wende@gmail.com 0734600235

P.O BOX 2956 awanyangi@yahoo.com 0722826129

P.O Box 4548-30100 Eldoret bethbabedon@yahoo.com 0722-387-796 BEN Kipkemoi Mutai TRANS AFRICA ENERGY LTD P.O Box 76804-00620 NAIROBI mubenki@gmail.com 0721286079

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BETT, Wilson Kipngetich KENGEN P.O Box 230, Murang’a

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

0721647675

abusudi@yahoo.co.uk 0720566414

WASIKE, Calistus Wangila Ketraco P.O Box 34942-00100 Nairobi cwasike@ketraco.co.ke

AJIAMBO, Florence P.O Box 626-50400 Busia (K)

P.O Box 1393-00200, Nairobi jbirir@gmail.com 0721965051 CHEROP, Tumwet Peter

0724554437

Masinde Muliro University Kakamega

ASOTI, Lucas Chego

KPLC

COMACON LTD

P.O BOX 13641-20100 NAKURU

P.O Box 2016-00200 NAIROBI

0722829265

KIBHIT

fajiambo@y7mail.com

WASUA ,Mulli

gmuli@kplc.co.ke

BIRIR, John Kiprotich

P.O BOX 190-50100 Kakamega tumwet2@gmail.com 0718-357948

lucas.chego@yahoo.com

CHOMBA, Michael

0725-335465

M.O.P.W P.O Box 41191 Nairobi

WASWA, Timothy Juma

AUKA, Maureen Victoria Kenya Railways

DALLY, Bernaby Segero

Vector Internatioanal

P.O Box 5287-00200 Nairobi

Engineering Development Ltd

P.O Box 15745 - 00100 Nairobi

victieauka@gmail.com 0716-200714

P.O BOX 46060-00100 Nairobi dsegero@yahoo.com 0722-168098

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GACHUA , Michael Kariuki

KAMAU, Alexander Muiruri

KARANJA, Timothy Gikonyo

Kenya Petroleum Refinery Ltd MSA

Wilmington Delaware

ARM

P.O BOX 8304 - 00100 Nairobi

P.O BOX 7748 - 00300 Nairobi

alexkamau@yahoo.com

karanjatim@yahoo.com

P.O BOX 98638-80100 MOMBASA mikekariuki@gmail.com Getrude Cheronoh Tiger brand limited P.O Box 17871-00100, Nairobi gcheronoh@yahoo.com 0724450679 GITHINJI, Jimnah Karina Power Technics P.O Box 7109-00300 Nairobi jimnahkarina@yahoo.com 0722358990 HODSON, Colin Fredrick chevron AI Khalij P.O BOX 2155 DUBAI VAE hodgecf@yahoo.com +971506001922 JULIUS, Mwangi Kamau

0724657874 KAMAU, Morris Kinyanjui GIBB AFRICA

KARIUKI, Martha Nyambura

P.O BOX 30020 - 00100

GDC

mkkamau@gibbafrica.com

P.O BOX 1778 Naivasha

0721847591

mmburu@gmail.com 072300545

KAMAU, Peter Chege Webstone Consulting Engineers

KAVORE, Chanzu Francis

P.O BOX 14291-00100 Nairobi

KENGEN

chegekamau@gmail.com

P.O BOX 2915-40100 Kisumu

0722868179

ckevore@gmail.com 0720917916

KANDA, David Kimeli MECOY CONSULTANTS LTD

KHAFAFA, Wakhungu John

P.O BOX 55087-00200 NAIROBI

Moi University

kimelikanda@gmail.com

P.O BOX 3900- 30100 ELDORET

0724-297-151

johnkhafafa2002@yahoo.com 0722295248

KANENE, Johnson Gikungu Mabati Rolling Mills

KHAWAJA, Sohail Deen

P.O BOX 463 Mariakani

P.O BOX 43631-00100 Nairobi

jkanene@yahoo.com

soheil@cnn.co.ke

0734-706197

0722-203860

KANGOGO, Timothy Kiptui

KIARIE, Joseph Kariuki

Associated Services Ltd

Synergetic Enargy Partners

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

0725467180

0723789859

KENGEN P.O BOX 80801-80100 MOMBASA jkamau@kengen.co.ke 0722825474 KABORO, John Maina Swedi GILL CONSULT

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KILIMO, Moses Chemeitoi

KINYANJUI, GEORGE

KIVELU, Sikuku Kiveu

GDC

GDC

KPRL

P.O BOX 7900-00100 Nairobi

P.O BOX 5801-00100, Nairobi

chemeitoi@gmail.com 0721926713

KILONZI, Fabisch Mutinda

georgekinyanjui1@gmail.com 0722645505

P.O BOX 90401,Mombasa sikukukiv@yahoo.com 0722213901

KIPLAGAT, Eric Kimayo PR MARRIOTT Drilling Group

KULEI, Cyrus K.

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 KIPTARUS Joan Jeptum KIMAIYOS, James Kiptek KPC P.O BOX 73442-00200 Nairobi

Moi University P.O BOX 8532-00100 Nairobi joan.tarus@gmail.com 0715148401 KIRAGU, Francis Murage

KIMANI Eliud Chege

francis.kiragu@unilever.com

Kenya Petroleum Refinery Ltd MSA

0721687250

P.O BOX 83962-80100

KIRUGUMI, Daniel Karungu

elicheki@yahoo.com

Sintmond Technical Services

0723302255

P.O BOX 17312-00100 Nairobi

0713600741

KIMUTAI, Stephen Kibet

P.O BOX 80801 - 80100 Mombasa

0722631793

LUCHACHA, James Mumias Sugar P.O BOX 456 Nambale 50409 luchachaj@yahoo.com 0734605008

danielkirugumi@gmail.com

LUGALIA, Mukaya Eric

0721-747961

MOPW P.O BOX 22964-00100 NAIROBI

P.O BOX 636 Karen Nairobi campjjltd@gmail.com

Kengen

Brooke Bond Ltd. P.O BOX 20 - 2200 Kericho

KIMANI, John Kageni

KUTSWA, Christopher Etenyi

cekutswa@kengen.co.ke

james.kimaiyos@kpc.co.ke 0722795635

0722578890

KITHAKA, Nicholas KENGEN P.O BOX 205 Embu nkithaka@kengen.co.ke 0720313300

Moi University

mukaya01@yahoo.com 0722-9813227

MAINA, Paul 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

0721864109

P.O BOX 51119 - 00200 Nairobi

0721812066

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MAINA, Rufus Kimindi

MBUVA James Munguti

MUHUNAMI, Geofffrey Amuhaya

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

MANGURO, George Ochieng KQ P.O BOX 64 - 40602 Ndori georgemanguro@yahoo.co.uk 0720-305059

MENGI, Samuel Henry Stell StructureLimited P.O BOX 138 - 00300 Nairobi mengisamuel@yahoo.com 0729995949

P.O Box 85380-80100 M0MBASA mj.salim@hotmail.com 0701-109-692 MUTUKU, Kitonga SELF EMPLOYED

MIMBA, Zablon Nyamulo

P.O Box 15365 - 0100 Nairobi

Kengen

kitonga@ymail.com

General Motors

P.O BOX 875-40100 Kisumu

0735211183

P.O BOX 13982 - 00100 Nairobi

zmimba@yahoo.com

MASINDE, Simiyu Charles

0724033282 Mayende, Collins Chitsula Makokha Atlas Plumbus and Builders

P.O Box 4283 - 20100 Nairobi MJOMBA, Thomas Njulu

mutungabm2001@yahoo.co.uk

P.O Box 38875 Nairobi

0729-056061

P.O BOX 57, Bungoma

mjombatn@hotmail.com

cmayende@yahoo.com

0722139576

MBAYA, Daniel Kibaki

MOSE, Bruno Robert

MOPW

JKUAT

P.O BOX 41191-00100

P.O Box 62000-00200, Nairobi

dkibaki@gmail.com

mbruno@eng.jkuat.ac.ke

0720-966-143

0710-637283

MBUI, Aram Mutema

MUCHIRI, Peter Ng’ang’a

SELF EMPLOYED P.O BOX 56492-00200 Nairobi a.mbui@rvmachinery.com 0733-512342/0725-151209 MBURU, Samuel K. P.O BOX 4963 - 00506 Nairobi samkangethe@gmail.com 0722139042

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MUTUNGA, Joseph Benedict

MUTURA, Crysostum Kaaria KNH

Kimathi University College P.O Box 22992-00100 Nairobi

P.O Box 12537-00400 Nairobi kmutura@yahoo.ca 0720251862 MUUMBO, Alex Munyasya P.O Box 3900 - 30100 Eldoret MWANGI, David Ngibuini

ngangapet@yahoo.com

Bidco Oil Refineries

0717877044

P.O Box 72742-00200 Nairobi davengibz@yahoo.com

MUGENYA, Patrick Oduor

0722164508

South Nyanza Sugar Company P.O Box 107 - 40405

MWEMA, Wilfred Njoroge

Sare Awendo

P.O Box 30197 Nairobi

pmugenya@hotmail.com

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NGOMI, George NGUGI

NYANGAU, Nyameino Dennis

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

georgengomi@gmail.com

0724256276 MWENDWA, Joseph Kimanzi

0715923220

dennis.nyameino@gmail.com 0720619691 OBURA, Clifford Obura

NGOROGE, Daniel Nyumu

KPC

Moi University

18979-00500, Nairobi

jkmwendwa@yahoo.com

9004 - 00300 Nairobi

cliff.obura@gmail.com

0729541635

daniel.nyumu@hotmail.com

0721135326

NDEGE, Johnson Waweru

NGUYAI, Charles Ndungu Mbari

Kengen

11707 Nairobi

Nzoia Sugar P.O Box 50695 - 00200 Nairobi

P.O Box 785 Naivasha jndege@kengen.co.ke 0729350566 NDIWA, Herbert Kipkemoi GENERAL MOTORS P.O Box 19930-00100 NAIROBI

NG’ANG’A, Gatonye

0720924993 NG’ANG’A, James Maina Arthur P.O Box 70419-00400, Nairobi sibngash@gmail.com

0724-966-694

62000-00200 Nairobi

ODHIAMBO,Elnathan Ibrahim

jackgithu@gmail.com

Sony Sugar

0723738399

NJOGU, Samuel Macharia

86 Sare Awendo odhiamboibra@yahoo.com 721459283

Schindler Lifts Ltd

ODHONG, Edward O.V

22748 - 00400 Nairobi

Ministry of Water 110 Sondu

NJUGUNA, Henry Ndungu KPRL 90401-80100 Mombasa henry.njuguna@kprl.co.ke 0722491927

odhongedward@yahoo.com 0723649058 ODIDO Othuon Daniel. UON 5426-30100 Eldoret adido@hotmail.com

0728300060 NYABAYO, Mogaru Nelphat NG’ANG’A, John Mwangi

EMS Consultants

Ministry of Roads and Public works

103532-00101 Nairobi

P.O Box 13672-20100 - Nakuru

P.O BOX 99215-80108 MOMBASA

JKUAT

P.O Box 105526-00101 NAIROBI gatonye.nganga@yahoo.com

VIVO ENERGY KENYA nick@murban-eng.coms

NJIRI, Jackson Githu

ndiwapik@yahoo.com 0725-101-104/0737-101104

OCHIENG, Otieno Nicholas

nellymoh911@yahoo.com 0734335578/0720335578

0724335858 ODOYO, Alex Hezron Abuya MOI 3940-40100, KISUMU abuya.odoyo@gmail.com

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OGENGA, Onyango Daniel

OMONGO, Leonard Ochieng

OYOO, Jeremiah Otieno

Masinde Muliro University Kakamega

Kurrent Technologies

Mumias Sugar

16989-006200 Nairobi

32-50137 Booker

P.o Box 719-40100 Kisumu ogenga@yahoo.com

omongo_lenard@yahoo.co.uk 0720969121

0711351975 OMOTO, Edgar Eric OGUDA, Allan Odongo Halliburton Ing Ltd 833-50102 Mumias aoguda@gmail.com

ENEGI Ltd 74730-00200 Nairobi eeomoto@gmail.com

MAKI CONSULT

0737880066

PATEL, Harish Jashbhai 18245 - 00500 Nairobi harish@patronicsservices.com

0722512837

0726422734

OGWENO, Olang William

jerryotieno@yahoo.com

PATRICK, Gilwoni Mudaki OTEINO, Kennedy Bonyo

MECOY CONSULTANTS LTD

KEM ASSSOCIATES

P.O BOX 398 TIRIKI

68083 - 00200 Nairobi

pgilwoni@yahoo.com

P.O BOX 79902-00200 NAIROBI

kmcotieno@yahoo.com

olangpt@gmail.com

0728-074669

0723444919

0728-507483

PATRICK, Maina Kimari OTIENO, Barry Roggers

OJWANG, Andrew

Uniliver Ltd

Freelance

932 Kisumu

1005 - 00502 Nairobi

brrotieno@yahoo.com

ojwanga2@asme.org

0734559815

DEDAN KIMATHI UNIVERSITY P.O BOX 657-10100 kimarip@yahoo.com 0738513993

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

OWITI, Maurice Odhiambo

SAMUEL, Mbugua Ngera

0722744696

OMONDI, Daniel Onyango

Spentech Engineering Ltd

JKUAT

P.O BOX 18231-00100 Nairobi

101830 - 00101 Nairobi

info@spentech.co.ke

domondi5@yahoo.co.uk

0727-292608

0720910397

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SEREM, Kibet Anderson

USAGI, Mamasseh Musalia Mmei

WANJOHI, Francis Maina

P.O BOX 64441-00620 NAIROBI

30526 Nairobi

Norken Intakes Ltd P.O BOX 61730-00200 NAIROBI

SHIBUYANGA, Christopher Lukhwili Kenya Power cshibuyanga@kplc.co.ke 0722948204

VARSANI, Harshad Ratna Varshani Associates

frawanjo@gmail.com 0723508854

325 - 00606 Nairobi varsaniassoc@wananchi.com 0733744309

WANJOHI, John Mwangi KPC

SHIKUKU, Callisto Simon

WABWIRE, Amos Kundu

5924-30100 Eldoret

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

P.O BOX 102855-00101 NAIROBI

Magadi Soda Company

KENYA WINE AGENCIES

1218, kikuyu

rwarima@yahoo.com

wachiraprize@yahoo.com

0721-974013

072362955

SONGOK, Jude Kipkoech

WADEYA, Kevin Loye

Premier Food Industries 61513-00200, NAIROBI songokgm@gmail.com 0735240283

52942 - 00200 Nairobi pwarui@ktdateas.com 0722747977

WASHINGTON, Allan Omondi East African Industries

Davis & Shertlif

18080 - 00100 Nairobi

1818-40100 Kisumu

aomondiw@yahoo.com

kevloye@gmail.com 0728402625

WILSON, Kipruto Maritim Kenya Pipeline

WAMACHO, David Wabuge

P.O BOX 609-40100 KISUMU

KENAS

Millenium Diploma Teachers Collage

wilson.maritim@kpc.co.ke/

54448- 00200 Nairobi

470 Busia

wilson.maritim@yahoo.com

calvintiony@gmail.com

0722923028

0722562695

TIONY, Calvin Kiplangat

0722938602

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TENAY, Kimabwai William

CIVIL

KPA PO Box 16982-80100, Mombasa

BERNARD Gladstone Wangusi

wtenay@kpa.co.ke

Runji & Partner

0722880451

PO Box 1410 - WEBUYE berwangusi@gmail.com 0726170587 KAHOME, Stephen Ngari Wanjohi Consulting Engineers

WAINAINA, Kenneth Kung’u KCC PO Box 17548 Nairobi kkwainaina@yahoo.com 0722771259/0727200295

PO Box 73696 Nairobi

ELECTRICAL KAMWAI, John Mwai

MUIA, Benjamin Kilonzo KPLC PO Box 104 Nakuru bkilonzo@kplc.co.ke 0720443245 OKETCH, Peter Ohola Power WareSystems PO Box 60245-00622 Nairobi oketchohola@yahoo.co.uk 0720876092 ONGALO, Churchil Alfa Tech PO Box 102508-00101 Jamii congalo@talk21.com

PO Box 6511 - 00200 Nairobi jmkamwai@yahoo.com

ABDULRAHMAN, Ahmed

0722516025

Telkom (K) Ltd PO Box 11037 - 00100 Nairobi

KIMANA, Peter Njuguna

aabdul@orange.tkl.co.ke

Masterplan (K) Ltd

0770030300

PO Box 595-00900 Kiambu wknps55@yahoo.com

DUFF, Maurice Neville Bassil

0710-931469

Kengen PO Box 1092 Village Market

ONZERE, James Jas M.O.R& P.W PO Box 1444 - 40200 Nairobi 0722-693498 SEWE, Fredrick OdhiambO Krones LCS PO Box 4849-00200 Nairobi frederick.sewe@googlemail.com 0721260481

KUNGU, Harrison Musembi Mavcad Consulting Engineers

Imbukwa, Conrad Ambani

PO Box 88729-80100 Mombasa

SCHINDLER LTD

harmbii@gmail.com 0722307555 LIMUNGI, Judith Gacheri National Housing Corporation PO Box 30257 - 00100 Nairobi oryx1st@yahoo.com 0722947158 MOGIRE, Philip Osiemo Shelter Structures Ltd PO Box 5062 - 00506 Nairobi philosiemo@yahoo.com 0734967989

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PO Box 29849-00202, Nairobi conradambani@yahoo.com 0725516660 MIANO, David Gituto

KIOMA , Samuel Kiarii City Council of Nairobi PO Box 15585 - 00100 Nairobi samuel.kioma@yahoo.com 0721363482/0736632295

Geomax Consulting Engineers PO Box 34403 Nairobi MUCKOYA, George Carrol KPLC PO Box 54859 - 00200 Nairobi gmuckoya@yahoo.com 07228901585

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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 revealed that nearly half of the buildings are unsafe to live in, lifting the lid on the sorry state of buildings in the country; a reflection of deep-rooted ineptitude and serious failings in the construction industry. The audit, which was conducted by the National Construction Authority (NCA) between March and May 2015, revealed that 42 per cent of buildings in the county were unsuitable for human habitation and recommended that they be demolished.

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Most of the privately let, high-riseapartment buildings found to be unsafe failed to adhere to minimum rules for construction, including registering the project with the NCA, erecting a site signboard, registering contractors, providing proper safety gear for workers and securing unfinished buildings to block public access. NCA Board Chairman, Arch. Steve Oundo, declared the authority’s resolve to improve the standard of buildings in the country. NCA is mandated to regulate, 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 construction workers in Kenya. In spite of NCA doing an appreciable job in streamlining 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.

NCA inspectors on site where they found general decay in construction standards

the construction industry, including registering and deregistering local and foreign contractors, and registering all construction projects going on in the country. “NCA has a very wide mandate and is doing everything possible to bring a change and promote quality assurance within the construction sector. We are also committed to encouraging improved standardization and construction methods towards the realization of Kenya’s Vision 2030 aspiration goals,” Arch. Oundo said. Early this year, the authority embarked on a nationwide quality assurance sting operation, cracking down on investors flouting safety and construction regulations. This was meant to streamline the industry in order to develop the industry and bring to an end the thorny issue of buildings collapsing. By the end of March 2015, NCA had halted construction of more than 2,000 housing units in Nairobi, Mombasa, Kisumu, Machakos, Eldoret, Nakuru, Kiambu, Nyeri, Garissa, Isiolo and Kitengela. The agency had also filed 20 suits in court against investors for not adhering to the set construction standards. Toothless dog The National Construction Authority Act was assented to on 2nd December 2011 and operationalized on 8th June 2012. So far, the authority has registered

If a building is found to be infringing any construction 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. We have been having discussions with the Director of Public Prosecutions so that we can have the teeth to bite,” Arch. Oundo explained.

Site inspection checklist When NCA investigators visit a construction site, they check a number of things to ensure that investors adhere to the minimum rules for construction. Any building that does not adhere to the statutory and other regulatory requirements is marked and declared closed until the owner complies with the regulations. “The first thing that we check is a site signboard. You will realize that every single building that has collapsed in the Kenya has never had a site sign board. If you see a construction going on without a site signboard, that is a recipe for disaster. It is through the site signboard that you will be able to confirm whether the contractor is registered with NCA. If you are not registered with us, don’t dare to call yourself a contractor,” Arch. Oundo explains . The Authority also checks to ensure the safety of construction workers, supervisors and the availability of qualified and registered professionals responsible for

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designing and supervising the project such as the architects, engineers and quantity surveyors. Investigators also ensure that buildings have been registered and approved for 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.

In November 2014, however, design and engineering firm Questworks released a ‘very telling’ report that projected an immensely worse situation than the recent audit. According to the report, at least three out of four buildings in Nairobi would be seriously damaged in the event that an earthquake occurs. For over three years, Questworks Executive Director Dr. Raul Fugureoa, then a PhD student at the Carn-

“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 disregard 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.

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The NCA audit covered 1,600 buildings in Huruma, Kariobangi, Umoja, Githurai, Zimmerman and Kahawa West in Nairobi County, and is expected to be presented to the cabinet and a plan of action against all illegal buildings announced soonest possible.

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“Most practicing architects and engineers in the country are experienced and they know what needs to be done, but for some reasons they don’t do the right thing, partly because they lack the incentives to properly supervise the construction. Others overlook major issues at a small fee,” Mr. Fugureoa said. Major challenges bedeviling the construction industry include low completion rates of construction projects, lengthy procurement procedures, access to affordable financing, low technological uptake, use of substandard materials, unethical practices,

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and inadequacy in terms of skills and competencies of the workforce. Sustainable buildings With more than half of the world’s population now living in urban areas, developing countries like Kenya are continually faced with the challenge of constructing more sustainable, innovative and equitable urban areas, whilst encouraging improvements in economic, social and cultural conditions at local and regional levels. “Quality in the construction industry can only be achieved through a team effort. Any safe and standard building is a team effort and we have four parties: 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.

WorkSafe Capabilities Limited Managing Director, Mr. Paul Koigi, who has worked with Kenya Breweries as a construction safety supervisor for over 12 years, argued that structural safety is intimately connected to the overall safety culture of a people. “If a contractor does not care about the safety of workers constructing a building, it is easy for them to refuse to care about the set regulations for construction and the quality of work done.” According to Mr. Koigi, personal protective equipment is at the very end of the safety process: “NCA should register qualified construction safety supervisors. Once we have these people in place, the law will automatically kick in.”

Kenya Federation of Master Builders (KFMB) Chairman, 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 leverage on devolved governance to build the capacity it requires to weed out quack contractors. County offices should be the primary office for any construction matters, and we are hoping to have registered site construction supervisors in every county government,” he said. In addition to zeroing in on unscrupulous professionals and contractors, Fugureoa said that Strathmore University was working with Questworks to create a professional body that will educate the public on safety of buildings and provide industry players with the much needed incentives to properly supervise the construction. “We are in the process of creating what will be known as the Building Construction Control Institute to enhance the work of NCA in improving building standards. The institute will also provide the latest technology for auditing buildings through which Kenyans can learn about safety buildings,” he added.

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Renowned contractor and the current technical head at Motoways Construction Limited, Mr. Narinder Roopra, emphasized on professionals and contractors being more responsible and cultivating strong personal properties. “It is not just a matter of paying attention to the materials used and ensuring that the concrete is strong, consistent and durable. You have to pay attention to minute details. We can produce quality cement, we can produce quality concrete but if we don’t do the final work correctly, then the building will collapse not matter what we do,” he warned. The construction industry accounts for about seven per cent of the country’s national income and 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. Looking at these rates it is easy to understand why construction of 45 year-old John Mosoti’s two bedroom house ground to a halt two years after it commenced. He is not alone, Minnie Mbugua decided to move into her incomplete three bedroom bungalow in Kiserian,

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Nairobi, after the cost of completing her house to the last detail proved to be too expensive. Although living in different locations, their story is similar. Building is expensive! “While the cost of labour remains the same, the cost

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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. 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 was his cheapest alternative. Minnie, on the other hand, had to travel all the way to Clay Works in Ruiru for her roofing tiles. Rono blamed the high cost of construction among low and medium income earners on the lack of information on local building materials. Excerpts from her findings indicate that there lacks a database on information concerning building material in Kenya, and if it existed, very few people know of its existence. “Research on local building materials and dissemination is one form of strategy that should be introduced to avail local building materials that are durable and affordable. It is the poor who cannot afford to house themselves without some form of assistance as compared to the high income who have access to financial resources to construct their own houses. The high income group also have a tendency to consider conventional and imported building materials as superior to the local ones, yet problems are caused than solved when materials and construction techniques from external sources are imposed on a society with different cultural, social and economic background,” she said. To address this very issue, the Kenya Building Research Centre (KBRC), is on its way to opening an online library to disseminate information about the building and construction industry. The move, driven by the demand for information, is set to improve research,

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educational access and effectiveness of e-materials and contents to the general public. These latest developments will facilitate open sharing of resources such as e-books to prospective developers like Minne and Mosoti. “Membership is free! All you need to gain access to the well equipped facility is a reference from the housing ministry, and authentication from their institutions for university students. We buy 200 volumes of books every year to enable efficiency in our well equipped library at our office,” the Chairman of KBRC, architect Mwenja Wanjau, said in an interview. To widen its dissemination network, KBRC will collaborate with the Kenya Library and Information Services Consortium, as well as Kenya Education Network (KEN). These two collaborations mean that information will be available at the click of a button, especially for those who have preference for e-books. The technological advancements are set to improve the maintenance of KBRC’s modern technical library with relevant books, reports and periodicals. To answer the question on whether there exists other cheaper construction materials, KBRC, in conjunction with the Department of Survey, is currently mapping traditional building materials in the country. Mapping is a process of finding out the best place within a region to get affordable locally produced construction materials of high quality. 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 verification plus validation of the draft report is in progress in line with the cooperation’s role of exploring new and better systems to facilitate availability of innovative and cost effective building technologies. Architect Wanjau notes that mapping for Kitui, Machakos and Makueni counties started in May, 2015. According to the findings of their research, the centre has observed the shift to employing synthetically modified construction materials as a new trend in the construction industry. This will cater to the perennial problem by prospective home builders who often feel confined to adapting the traditional techniques of putting up a house.

Kenya Building Research Centre- A Background Initially set up as a library of manufacturers’ trade catalogue and literature in 1957, little known Kenya Building and research Centre ( KBRC) played the role of a library of samples of building materials with specific use by the public works department of the government in its buildings. Later, due to the vital role it played, KBRC became the Ministry of Works Building Centre in 1959 . It was renamed Kenya Building Research Centre in 1981. This was a part of the initiative by the government to facilitate development, production and wide spread use of indigenous building material and technologies. Its pioneers must have foreseen a huge potential in real estate. As such the main objective of KBRC changed from collecting samples to reducing building construction costs by facilitating consistent and large scale availability of cost effective building materials and components. The other objective was and still remains the dissemination of information relating to the building

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“Although most traditional materials tend to make use of locally available material, the institution intends to provide information on using synthetically modified building products which we have discovered as an emerging trend. We supplement the improvements that are being made in the construction industry. We want to go as far as informing builders where to get cost effective construction material,” explains Mr Wanjau. In the past, KBRC was involved in initiating, coordination and standardization of research in the building industry, and has subsequently undertaken about 17 research and presentation projects. Among these is a research on proportion rate percentages of price components in building projects.

construction industry. They also carry out research on building materials and systems to facilitate availability of innovative and cost effective building materials and technologies. The main aims and objectives of the center is to reduce building construction costs by facilitating consistent and large scale availability of cost effective building materials and components. Hence KBRC identifies potential sources of innovative building materials. It also streamlines the standards of the building industry compliance by promoting innovative building material to lower pressure on traditional construction materials. KBRC accesses funds for building research and development to provide current information to all stakeholders in the country. It liaises and exchanges information and research findings with similar institutions in Kenya and abroad. This new move towards creating an e-resource centre for use by the stakeholders in the sector is one among a raft of measures that KBRC is taking towards to achieving its objectives.

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Meet the Woman Contractor of the Year Melanie Watuka’s Hard Work and Discipline Pays off Handsomely As She Wins Major Accolades By Caleb Mutua @CalMutua

One morning in May 2014, Melanie Wituka stuffed her car with nappy bags and other baby supplies and drove her 10-year-old daughter to work. The zestful infant was not going to gurgle and coo in an office crib all day long as the mother typed away furiously behind her laptop. No. The baby would spend the day inside the car, parked beside a road construction site full of heavy machines, huge piles of boulders and thunderous blasts. Wituka was the contractor for a project to construct a road in Navakholo Constituency, a sugar belt area in Kakamega County. The road that was under construction is one of the busiest in the community as trucks ferrying sugar cane to Mumias Sugar Company rely on the road and Melanie did not want the construction to interfere with the traffic flow. “I am a mother and a contractor and I have never compromised on any of them. I had just given birth and I could have easily decided to stay at home and take care of my daughter but the thought that the project would cause gridlock on the road could not allow me to delegate the work. I could not have taken chances whatsoever,” she explained. In another project, Wituka was commissioned to construct a 12m bridge connecting Bungoma to Kakamega. During long rains, River Nzoia would burst its banks forcing the women going to the market to crawl across the two towns.

“The bridge we constructed marvels me up-to date and it is the only project in the whole county that has never been vandalized up to date because the locals own it and are fully involved in its maintenance,” an elated Wituka said. In yet another project, Melanie managed to complete a KSh20 million water project within time and budget. The project involved sinking a community borehole, erecting a 50,000 litre solarpowered steel water tank, and installing a water distribution system to supply water to the people of Lurambi Constituency in Ikolomani for a period of five years. Having been registered as a contractor in 2010, Melanie can pass as a fresh broom in the industry. However, her resolute and hard work since she was a little girl propelled her to rise to the apex of construction excellence in less than five years. Born in Rosterman Village, a former gold mine belt in Kakamega, 33 years ago, Melanie attended Kakamega Primary School, emerging the best mathematics student in the district. She proceeded to join Mukhumu Secondary School. She said: “In school, I was an A student and I wanted to be a lawyer when growing up.” After school, Melanie had a brief stint as a model, 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. She also got a scholarship to study international relations at the People’s Friendship University in Moscow, Russia and later moved to Beijing, China for a six-month course in Chinese Language. “When I returned to Kenya towards the end of 2008, lots of things had really changed and there were no jobs. Luckily, the Chinese constructing Thika Super Highway gave me a job as a translator and an administrator. However, it was a demanding job requiring me to work for seven days a week for Sh22,000 a month. I quit after the first month and I went back to Kakamega.” New beginning A few months later, Melanie bumped into a group of women constructing a section of the Isulu-Shiseso Road in Ikolomani on her way home. She parked her car and walked up to them. “I was really moved to see those women doing manual labour. They looked like they were really enjoying what they were doing. I inquired about road construction, made a few friends and got several contacts to start me off,” she recalls. Melanie knew what she wanted to do when she said goodbye to the women; she would become a woman contractor. To learn the ropes, she started visiting other women contractors in their homes and in construction sites. She also got to learn how the government, through the Mechanical Trust Fund (MTF), was supporting upcoming contractors to find their footing in the construction industry. She approached her parents with the idea and they bought it. She then resuscitated her father’s construction firm, Suleco Company Limited, and

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embarked on getting the right people to work with her. “I made sure I had a lean but effective team behind me, one that would not take me for granted because I am a woman. We soon started competing with local heavy-hitters for county projects. Our first project was to work on a six-kilometre road for KSh1.7 million in Ikolomani.” Suleco has since worked on over 50 projects for the Kenya Rural Roads Authority (KERRA), Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA), Kakamega County constituencies and for private developers. The company has also grown to employ 20 employees on permanent basis and employs up to 200 others on contract basis every time it wins major bids. In all her jobs, Melanie worked hard to always deliver projects that are above board. She had no clue that other contractors were recognizing her work and that her remarkable professionalism would quickly turn into a badge of honor. She was on track to becoming one of the top contractors in the county. In November 2014, Wituka was crowned the Woman Contractor of the Year, beating 700 other female nominees from a cross section of contractors nationwide to walk away with KSh1 million worth of cement from ARM Cement.In May 2015, she represented Kenya in the Women in Construction Awards in South Africa. Now a high flying contractor in the country, Melanie has started training five other women contractors to be the best in the market. “Construction business is rewarding and road project turnovers are really good. However, it is a tough job that requires discipline, perseverance and dedication.” Melanie describes herself as a Godfearing mother, a go-getter and a disciplined leader. She is also an animal lover; she keeps two American terrier dogs and a matisse. “The media has painted me as a queen but I can also be a tomboy. I am the lady who drives old land cruisers that have no breaks. I change my own tyres and I can drive really heavy machines. What’s more, I am a calculating woman who likes to keep everyone guessing my next move,” she said in jest.

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Are Cable Cars the Solution to Gridlocked Nairobi?

By Dr. Eustace Mwarania

Aerial cable cars could be the solution to Kenya’s 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. Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, is the fourth most congested city in the world, according to IBM’s 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 traditionally been deployed to facilitate tourism in scenic locations, difficult to access by conventional means. Recent innovations involving faster speeds and larger cabins are transforming ropeways into the realm of urban environment. Ropeways are also providing creative materials transport solutions. A ropeway is a type of aerial lift which is supported and propelled by cables from above. It consists of a loop of steel cable that is strung between stations, over intermediate supporting towers. The cable is driven by a bull wheel in one terminal, which is typically connected to an engine or electric motor. The ropeway is the most typical and traditional mountain transportation but recently it has started being taken into serious consideration for use in urban transport and in amusement parks, to access

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panoramic viewing points and in general in all locations which are difficult to reach. In addition, the ropeways are increasingly being applied to solve material transport problems. In the past, ropeways have primarily been used in ski resorts. Due to their non-invasive nature and adaptivity to difficult terrains, ropeways have increasingly been deployed in urban environments. Modern multi-gondola cable cars can be a compelling alternative to conventional means of urban transport, particularly in environments with difficult geographic terrains (such as water or steep inclines) or in areas where limited space is available. Additionally, ropeways material transport systems can be developed for diverse range of applications, be they discrete or continuous loads.

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Benefits of Cable Propelled Systems Cable propelled systems offer various benefits as highlighted below: a) Cable systems have no problem passing over roads, residential areas, rivers and existing infrastructure. As such more direct and shorter routes can be realized. b) Dedicated barrier-free transport routes that do not compete with road transport, giving predictability to transit times. c) Require little ground space only for tower foundations and terminal stations. d) Low capital costs (typically 1/3 of a light rail system) e) Ropeways can be installed within a short time frame (under 12 months). In the case of temporary installations, they can even be fully dismantled without a great deal of time and effort, and reinstalled at another location. All that is needed are the appropriate foundations for the towers and construction of the stations. f) Offer unique rides to passengers since they are quiet, reliable, environmental friendly,

In terms of safety records ropeways are one the safest means of mass transport that exists. Likewise they are also the most environmental friendly and power efficient means of urban transport. Properly maintained such cable cars have a useful life in excess of 25-30 years. Cable cars can be operated night and day and at almost any weather condition (e.g. wind speeds of up to 100km/h are possible). According to UN Habitat, approximately 50% of the world’s population lives in cities, and this figure 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. Many cities across the world have implemented

unhindered by other traffic, absolutely safe and also guarantee a bird’s eye view of the city. g) Impressive speeds. With three-cable systems, speeds in excess of 7.5m/s (27km/hr) are possible. Unlike a shuttle bus, which shares the existing road system with other vehicles and therefore confronted with numerous obstacles, the cable system saves time and energy because it is a direct, barrier free link. h) Impressive operational efficiency. In addition to costing many times less than ground based systems, they also have far lower requirements for energy consumption and personnel costs. For example, with very limited staff exclusively manning the stations, cable systems can carry over 10,000 passengers per hour (equivalent to 100 articulated 100-seater buses.) Further, public transport systems are subject to huge fluctuations in capacity utilization. They are overcrowded in peak periods and underutilized in off-peak. Ropeways respond to transport demand by varying the cars on the line (or reducing line speeds.)

urban transit cable cars. In Africa Algeria provides the leading example, where 5 cities have urban cable cars. The largest installed urban cable car infrastructure, however, is La Paz in Bolivia with 12 km of lines now being extended to 32 km. The technology has major uptake in South American cities including Caracas, Rio de Janeiro and Medellin. Others can be visited in London, Koblenz and Singapore. Visual of Urban Cable Car

Constantine, Algeria

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Urban cable car projects in Kenya

Nairobi Cable Transit

There are two projects currently under development in Kenya, the Likoni Cable Express (LCE) and Nairobi Cable Transit (NCT) briefly described next.

This project seeks to alleviate some of the congested segments of the city, by offer commuters an alternative. It has 6 corridors. The first two corridors will be Jogoo Road and Kibera lines, expected to come to operation Q2 2017.

Likoni Cable Express This project seeks to offer an aerial complimentary passenger facility across Likoni Channel. When completed, the facility will have a capacity of 11,000 passengers per hour both directions, with a crossing time of under 3 minutes. This crossing is expected to form the pilot of the extended Mombasa Cable Transit (MCT) master plan.

Ropeways are well suited to filling gaps between facilities that generate traffic such as commercial zones and outlying infrastructures. By acting as links, they enhance the existing network. They cross barriers that cannot be passed using conventional means, or crossed at great expense. In urban networks with inadequate transport infrastructure, ropeways can create new networks by linking up several ropeway lines. They also provide a practical means of extending existing public networks (bus lines, rail etc.).

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Application to Materials Transport Ropeways have been adapted for materials transportation. Amongst the benefits of these systems are: extremely narrow line corridors required; straight conveying lines; ease of crossing of buildings, roads, rivers or other obstacles;

When conventional means of transport and existing infrastructure reach their limits, ropeways can be used to alleviate traffic congestion. It is clear that the technology can be adopted to solve problems in very varied environments. In particular, it is extremely well suited for mining applications where the ores have to be transported for long distances across delicate habitats. Additionally, the ability to move unit loads (pallets, containers) for long distances allows better space utilisation around 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. Kenya’s dock is presently sandwiched between UK’s largest container port, Port of Felixstowe, and Port of Busan of South Korea. With over 90 per cent of Africa’s 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 synchronizing the logistics of receiving and clearing containers, a host of workers, enormous cargo ships, and a wide array of equipment and vehicles. The last two years have seen several adjustments in the current 3.7 days dwelling time for containers from the previous 5.8 days as well as the track transit time reduction from 7 to 4 days. Today, it is faced with increased shipping volume exposing it to crime risks such as container theft and the pervasive threat posed by potential of a terrorist attack. The proliferation of activities at the dock makes it a highly attractive target for malicious intrusive intent; two of the most dangerous are occupational accidents and crimes. About 80 percent of all world trade is shipped via cargo containers. These containers circulate among

the world’s major seaports more than 200 million times a year. That translates to a lot of merchandise that can be stolen and a lot of opportunity for dangerous disruption to port operations in the event of a terrorist attack. Tackling the Security issues There are many factors that make the port susceptible to these risks, one of them being that the port of Mombasa is a key gateway to East and Central Africa. Basically Kenya is the link between these east African countries and their foreign business partners, with the port providing a direct link to about 80 ports . Enhanced security will start with offering protection to the personnel and property in the Port facility. The port will need to set up a surveillance system that will be used to screen all activities within the

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port as a way of detecting any suspicious operations. All port workers will also need to be provided with biometrics-enabled smart ID cards-featuring leadingedge technologies such as fingerprint scanning. These devices with reader attachments verify workers, and ports users’ credentials. Biometric cards provide improved ports users access control, as well as permit unescorted access to secure areas of the port, reducing manpower needs and increasing productivity. This will work well with video analytics act as a force multiplier, enabling a few trained staff to manage hundreds of cameras, providing situational awareness and proactive response to port police and security personnel in the event of a security breach. Data will be availed wirelessly by port security command, gate and personnel can quickly detect unauthorized access, ensuring compliance with the Access Control Reader(ACR). ACR mandates that workers requiring unescorted access to secure areas are issued tamper resistant biometric credentials. In 2014, eNCa.com a, South African news agency, was quoted as stating that 106 occupational accidents occur every year at the Kenyan port. A demanding schedule, fatigue issues, lack of coordination and compliance issues contributed to safety hazards that caused some fatal accidents. To solve this, security agents should stay vigilant at all times, detect threats, rapidly respond and recover in the event of an emergency. Most of the surveillance technologies should be installed at the gates, and are integrated via wireless connection to a Commanding and Control Center. The video also provides a record of evidence and liability by recording all activity in the event that an accident does happen; a measure that potentially reduces insurance costs. On the operations side, cameras mounted on the back and underneath the cranes can help prevent accidents by providing greater visibility as operators move containers to and from the ship. There is increasing lack of accountability of cargo flow, and lack of proper inventories that can account for every cargo that enters and leaves the port facility which has dealt a negative blow on the

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expected revenue. This glaring gap has made it difficult to relate a container number to the seato-shore crane, operator identification number, the tag master operator unique identification, the shift supervisor ,the revenue authority, and logistic agents. And this is what has led to the loss of containers. To keep track of port assets and containers, tracking should be done at two levels. First, the physical containers themselves and the movements they make. Radio Frequency Identification, bar coding and Optical Character Readerable codes .To make this first step effective, the containers will then be optically scanned to help identify each container and its content. Tracking the movements of the containers can be remotely controlled using driverless meshing technology which reduces human intervention and keeps container areas secured. This will in turn increase the ability to locate and track containers with greater accuracy and with the most relevant data. The second step will involve the use of Automated License Plate Recognition (ALPR) solution to continuously scan license plates on vehicles entering or leaving the Port gates. The ALPR system reads plates under even the toughest lighting and weather conditions, matching them to databases to quickly identify and confront suspicious vehicles. For the technology to work, ALPR would have to be fixed in all access points at the port. With this real-time intelligence, port security personnel can determine that certain vehicles that frequently enter or exit or those that pose a security threat. It will take a raft of measures to improve security at the ports more so, collaboration between lot of technology and collaborative work from the staff at the port. Should the government, through the Kenya Ports Authority, adopt this proposal, then Kenya could be on her way to improving her global ranking and its target of handling 1.4 million TEU’s from this year (2015) onwards. Most importantly improve both security and safety operations at the city of merchants.

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Creating a database of skilled Consulting Engineers If East Africa’s infrastructure marvel, the Thika Superhighway, and the 2014 Turkana’s 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 benefits 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) and Donors have generally engaged foreign companies for large projects. The reason normally given is the complexity and the high financial inputs required for successful execution of such projects. This disparity has led the level of local content to be at a bare minimum giving rise to discontent from locals as they feel they are been left out. They are also anxious to start deriving benefits from resources found in their country early. The locals have also put tremendous pressure on the governments to reverse this trend. Most engineers squarely blame this glaring gap on the inadequacy of technology and knowledge transfer among

engineers. They have also blamed it on the insufficient development strides being taken to improve local skills and know-how in the exploitation of natural resources and infrastructure development. It is also emerging that there is inadequate legislative requirements for collaboration between foreign investors in the energy sector and the local investors which serves to explain why most engineers end up being locked out these projects. It may be right to conclude that either some standards used by foreign engineers are too advanced, or local consulting engineers lack adequate skills, technologies as well as experience to exploit them.

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For the longest time, there has been evident lack of willingness by the government to institute legislative framework to prioritize on the utilization of locally available goods and services by local engineers. Perhaps this is owing to the lack of confidence by the poor output that is often rendered by local engineers and contractors. In some cases, it can be argued that there is unfair distribution of works especially during the procurement process that where issue of corruption and nepotism are always at play. The other impediment is that there is still what can be termed as “cosmetic engagements” between local firms and the government. Despite the existence of the legal notice requiring 40 per cent local content for all international tenders, the government does not fully enforce this requirement in many of their tenders. Many of the engagements of local firms include unskilled labour and activities requiring simple inputs. This approach basically leads to minimal and ineffective technology and skills transfer to the locals on top of being a revenue drain to the Kenya. The way forward… There is need for effective legislation that can guarantee significant participation and skills transfer to the local engineers. The legislation should also promote effective partnerships covering not only skills transfer and content of work, but also ownership structures that encourage appreciable participation of locals. Such legislation must have time bound milestones with clear descriptions of activities and expected local participation quantums such as percentages that are strictly adhered to. There is need for capacity building among local firms which includes potential amalgamation of local engineering firms. This will call for the creation of a well-structured management systems including IT systems within the Engineering companies to allow for digital access by whoever may require engineering services. The idea augurs well with Engineering Board of Kenya’s strategic plan to incorporate at least 15 additional consulting engineers in their database at the end of this year (2015). It is these effective partnerships that will go a long way in addressing social issues as well as managing local expectations so as to minimise disruptions and discontent. Foreign firms should be encouraged to work with local firms and use locally established professional groups and training institutions as well as relevant government departments. The engagement with local firms should be through structured agreements supported by local professional associations like the Association of Consulting Engineers of Kenya. Working through professional associations has the advantage of confirming the legitimacy of the local firms as well as

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giving confidence to the foreign firms because the local firm is bound by a code of ethics and is monitored. The associations can also be useful human resource data centres with the benefit of identifying key skills required as well as identifying suitable foreign training institutions that they can partner with to conduct the required courses especially specialized courses. To curb the knowledge gap, professional associations stand a better position to arrange for continuous training programs given that they are likely to raise the critical mass required to conduct most of the courses. Through the professional associations, training and development of the young professionals can be carried out with the aim of enhancing local capacity. For this to work, local training institutions will need to be identified to fill in skills gaps by promoting cooperation between them and foreign universities in specialized courses through scholarships. In all projects, it is recommended that there be funding for capacity building especially targeting the young graduates. These should include internships. The proposal goes on to encourage foreign professionals in assignment in an African country to join local associations, as this will boost confidence local engineers too can match up to the requirements of the job market. The partnerships should take into account existing local strengths and identification of advantageous local conditions that would promote accelerated skills and capacity buildup in Kenya. The paper was first presented during 23rd FIDIC-GAMA conference in Accra, Ghana with some of the recommendations being implemented in Nigeria and Ghana. Eng. Mwangi holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Nairobi. His is best known for his wealth of expertise in the energy sector spanning quarter a century. After working for various Caltex Oil both in Kenya and the USA, he left in 2001 to form Kurrent Technologies, a company that undertakes consultancy work for large energy projects throughout the continent. Besides being Chairman of the Association of Consulting Engineers of Kenya, Eng.Mwangi is the Chairman the Energy Sector board at Kenya Private Sector Alliance and he is a corporate member of the Institution of Engineer of Kenya. Internationally, he is a Member of the Energy Institute (U.K.) and acts as Council member of the Association of Professional Societies of EastAfrica. He is the Secretary and member of Executive Committee of Group of African Member Associations of consulting engineers and a director Petroleum Institute of East Africa. Eng. Mwangi is a member of International Project Finance Association’s East Africa Branch Council.

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By Eng. Mwamzali Shiribwa

Energy Efficiency Offers Huge Benefits to the Economy So Why Are Businesses and Households Reluctant to Embrace it?

What is energy efficiency? Energy efficiency is the utilisation of energy in whatever form with as little waste as possible. Energy efficiency adopted in many operations leads to sustainable utilization of available resources. Many sectors in the world are working on reduction of energy use in operations. Sometimes, energy efficiency is known as the unseen and unclassified energy. The reason why it is unseen is that its source is not easily visible unless one does management audit of existing sources to realize its active participation in production. Energy efficiency is a strategic and critical utility system resource. As Kenya endeavours to achieve the Vision 2030 blue print, it will be imperative for everyone in the country to embrace energy efficiency. Energy savings from customer energy efficiency programs are typically achieved at 1/3 the cost of new generation resources.

Although Kenya has embarked on a 40 month program to increase the electricity generated to 5000+MW, the country cannot afford to waste the energy that it is generating. Due to vulnerability of hydropower to variations in hydrology and climate, it will be necessary to put in place a mechanism to cushion generators, transmitters, distributors and consumers against the effects of adverse hydrology. Herein lies the role of energy efficiency programs that can also reduce the need to install, upgrade or replace transmission and distribution equipment. Energy efficiency can also improve system reliability and allow Kenya Power to reduce or manage the demand on its systems — in some cases offsetting the need to add new peak generation capacity. Reducing fossil fuel use, especially for thermal generation from Independent Power Producers, has many additional benefits including reducing air pollution

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(and greenhouse gases), and decreasing the environmental impacts associated with fossil fuel production and use. Typical areas where improvements have been realized in terms of energy efficiencies are;

Electrical bulbs The incandescent bulbs are known to produce heat with light. Incandescent bulbs were the first form of electric lighting ever introduced for use in the home. They are cheap to buy but their life is on average between 1000-2000hrs. When one wants to light a room, changing its temperature by heating it is not on the menu. Try using a 100 watts bulb in a small room and see the temperature effect it will have. So the energy that goes into producing heat from an incandescent bulb is a waste since it is not required in the first place. This unwarranted heat shows up on your electricity bill at the end of the month. To avoid unnecessary heating effect from electric bulbs, there are now energy saving bulbs that are made of gaseous material instead of heating a filament to emit light. Compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFL) use efficient lighting technology. Typical CFL use around 80 per cent less electricity than conventional incandescent bulbs. Compact fluorescent light bulbs are generally available wherever conventional light bulbs are sold such as hardware stores and supermarkets. They are designed to fit into conventional fitting light sockets. Energy consumption is directly proportional to a bulb’s wattage. Energy efficient compact fluorescent bulbs generally use between 9 and 20 watts, while incandescent bulbs commonly used around the home typically use between 40 and 100 watts. The cost of running a light bulb is directly related to its wattage. The higher the wattage, the higher the running cost. Even though compact fluorescent lamps are more expensive than incandescent bulbs to purchase, they last far longer typically 8000- 10,000 hrs. Thus, they have much lower running costs. Caveat emptor: Compact fluorescent bulbs contain a small amount of mercury, an element essential to achieving energy savings. The disposal of these CFL must be carried out with utmost care since mercury is a hazardous metal. Besides CFL, there are also Light Emitting Diodes or commonly known as LEDs. A light-emitting diode

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(LED) is a semiconductor device that emits visible light when an electric current passes through it. The power consumption for these LEDs is even lower than fluorescent light bulbs. Other benefits of LEDs, compared with incandescent and fluorescent lighting devices, include: - High efficiency: Most of the power supplied to an LED is converted into radiation in the desired form, with minimal heat production. - Long life: When properly installed, an LED can function for decades. Switching from heat producing and high power consuming bulbs to low or minimal heat producing low power consumption bulbs will translate into energy efficiency and savings. Electric bulbs are used in domestic and industrial set up. If the industry is energy efficient in its approach, the total production costs will be lower. Energy savings from customer energy efficiency programs are typically achieved a third of the cost of new generation resources Efficiency programs can also reduce the need to install, upgrade or replace transmission and distribution equipment. Energy efficiency has benefits for all people in the country. They receive the immediate benefits of bill reductions, improved comfort, higher home or business value, and others. These advantages are on top of the utility system benefits enjoyed by all customers. Industries must invest time and take full advantage of financial incentives or technical assistance from the government and collaborative institutions. Industry must be prepared to pay additional out-ofpocket expenses for energy audit carried out in their premises. Challenges to implementation of energy efficiency programs in Kenya include lack of awareness of the immediate benefits, apathy, limited technical capacity and inadequate data. The Ministry of Energy and Petroleum in collaboration with Kenya Association of Manufacturers has been running programs to create capacity of Energy Auditors in the country. The draft National Energy and Petroleum policy has proposed that an Energy Efficiency and Conservation Agency (EECA) be established to promote energy efficiency and conservation. This agency will endeavour to address the aforementioned challenges.

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to Reflect The Emerging Fields University of Nairobi-School of Built Environment

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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 an engineer? A: Well, largely I chose engineering because in high school I majored in sciences and engineering was the obvious choice. There was also guidance in high school from career masters who would look at a student’s performance and advise them accordingly. Again, most of us who chose engineering were guided by the prestige of the name ‘engineer’. Back then we did not know much about engineering but we knew an engineer

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can design a road and that fascinated us. If I was to start all over again, I would still choose to become an engineer. Q: Prof. Njoroge: How did the intake of girls into the school of engineering compare to that of boys? A: Girls’ intake was poor compared to that of boys. In my class (1977-1980), we had only one girl who majored in civil engineering. There used to be one or two in each class but very few in the whole college.

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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 girls to shy away from engineering? A: Largely it was the way the society viewed engineering. Most of traditional engineering is a dirty job, a man’s job so to speak. By nature, it is a field-dominated profession in the sense that you have to spend long hours in the field and at times spend days away from home. Looking at the societal expectations of a woman back then, which included getting married, having children and taking care of the family, very few men would have imagined their wives as engineers. The domination of the man’s superiority in the profession meant that any woman doing engineering was as tough as the men. Consequently, many men would shy away from such women. Again, engineers are expected

to dress appropriately when working in the fields. This includes wearing helmets and gumboots for their safety and for them to work effectively. Keep in mind that culturally, women were not allowed to wear trousers those days. Q: As a country, would you say we had enough capacity to accommodate all the students who wanted to pursue engineering in the 70s and 80s? A: At the time, the University of Nairobi was the only college offering engineering courses in the whole country. Nonetheless, our economy was still very small. Most of us were absorbed into the job market immediately after graduating. I would say there was a level balance between the training and the economy. Still, we had many foreigners who played a key role in the growth of

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Q: Looking at the profession and the country’s 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?

the profession, particularly in providing graduate engineers with the much-needed hands-on experience before they could be addressed as engineers. As the economy grew, the demand for engineers also increased. However, engineering was not lucrative and many engineers diverted to other disciplines such as business and banking because of the frustration of the salary that engineers were earning at the time. Q: University of Nairobi being the only college offering engineering programme at the time, would you say it was well equipped to train competent engineers? A: Yes. At the time I was going through my undergraduate programme, there was a pretty good match between the technology, the equipment in the laboratories and the books in the libraries. We had no computers and calculators those days. We used slide rods as tools for computing. When studying computers, we used the old technology of punching cards.

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A: The person qualified to train engineers is a trained and experienced engineer. The training requires facilities, resources, books and labs and the students themselves must be well equipped with facilities for training. Engineering lecturers must demonstrate and inculcate in the minds of the students how to be inquisitive, to think hard and become innovative. This is a process and it requires facilities. For instance, both the trainers and the students require computers and software for computer application lessons. The lecturer must also be facilitated to be able to have what it takes to take the students through the training programme because engineering is a tough programme and very demanding. On the other hand, students must study for long hours to understand fundamental theories and science behind the application of engineering. Q: The Engineers Board of Kenya (EBK), which is mandated to regulate the training and registration of engineers in the country, has taken a number of training institutions to court for producing what it considers half-baked graduate engineers. What is your take on that?

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A: The engineering profession is strictly regulated by EBK. The only way people out there can differentiate between a half-baked engineer and a professional is through the regulator. The consequences of having half-baked engineers are severe. It is, therefore, paramount that learning institutions offering engineering courses are recognized by the regulator. This also helps in keeping order in the training. One must also separate the training and commercialization of knowledge. Because of the desire to probably admit high number of students to make more money, many institutions, in return, may not provide the resources required to produce a competent engineer. Q: There is a huge gap between graduate engineers and registered engineers, who are much needed in the country to achieve Kenya’s Vision 2030. What is causing the disparity and how can it be resolved? A: Graduate engineers remain trainees until that time when they finish going through the apprenticeship programme of at least three years. That is when EBK gives them the responsibility to become engineers. In the event of a building collapse, only a registered engineer can take full responsibility. Any “engineer” who is not registered with the Board cannot take responsibility because they are not authorized to design the building in the first place. For us to fill the gap between the graduate engineers and the registered engineers, we must first get the curriculum right. The Board should be able to look at an institution’s curriculum and the facilities and be satisfied that they are adequate to churn out qualified engineers. Q: Over the years, how has University of Nairobi ensured it has the right curriculum and adequate facilities to train engineers?

A: The University has continued to review its curriculum and modernize its laboratories as the technology changes and the economy grows. Whether our curriculum and laboratories are the best is relative and debatable but we are basically producing good engineers. We have received positive feedback from institutions that absorb our graduate engineers in the region and abroad. When I went to the UK for further studies, the only challenge I had was the level of sophistication of the technology there but within a month I was good to go. Q: What is the future of training engineers? A: Engineering is a profession that at times shares the challenges of a growing or a shrinking economy and as we train engineers, we cannot guarantee them work. Between 80s and 90s the country’s economy was on a slump and infrastructure development was very low. Lack of jobs disillusioned many trained engineers who started looking for all sorts of jobs. Luckily, infrastructure development is now growing in the Kenya and beyond and the demand for engineers is quite high. These developments have also presented new challenges in the training of engineers. The Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) project and the discovery of oil in the country, for instance, require skills that we have not been training for. Thus, there is now a need to review our curriculum to train our students on these emerging disciplines. We train to fulfill a need and that requires both the society’s commitments in terms of resources and the individual’s commitment to study the course.

Prof. Njoroge is a husband, a father and a practicing Catholic. He also offers consultancy services in engineering.

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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 of Nairobi General admission criteria. In addition, applicants must meet the following qualifications to be eligible for admission into the degree programme: a) KCSE Applicants or Equivalent: Mean grade C+ with a minimum of grade C+ in the following subject clusters: English or Kiswahili; Mathematics; Geography or History or Agriculture or Building Construction or drawing and Design or Woodwork; Physics or Chemistry or Biology or Accounts or Commerce or Economics. b) KACE (‘A’ level) Applicants or Equivalent: Two principal passes in any one of the following subjects: Economics, History, Geography, Commerce or any other relevant subject and a credit pass in the English language and Mathematics at KCSE level or equivalent.

BACHELOR OF CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT Applicants must meet the stipulated minimum University of Nairobi General admission criteria as provided for under statue xix. Applicants with the following qualifications will be eligible for consideration for admission into the degree programme. a) KCSE Applicants or Equivalent: Mean grade C+ in the following subject clusters: English; Mathematics; Physics; Geography or History and Government or 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; a minimum principal ‘D’ pass in either mathematics or physics and in any one of the following subjects: Economics, Geography and 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 Construction, Architectural studies, Land surveying and Civil Engineering or Estate Agency and Property Management Diploma from University of Nairobi or any other institution of higher learning recognized by the university of Nairobi Senate.

c) Diploma Holders: A minimum KCE Division II or mean grade C in KCSE in addition to a credit pass or equivalent of the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) Diploma or its equivalent in: Building Construction, Architectural studies, Civil Engineering and Applied Physical Sciences.

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

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

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BACHELOR OF QUANTITY SURVEYING Applicants must meet the stipulated minimum University of Nairobi General Admission criteria as provided for under statute XIX. Applicants with the following qualifications will be eligible for consideration for admission into the degree programme. a) KCSE Applicants or Equivalent: Mean grade C+ with a minimum of grade C+ in the following subject clusters: English; Mathematics; Physics; Geography or History and Government or 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; a minimum principal ‘D’ pass in either mathematics or physics and in any one of the following subjects: Economics, Geography and Chemistry and a credit pass in the English Language at KCE level or equivalent. c) Diploma Holders: A minimum KCE Division II or mean grade C in KCSE in addition to a credit pass or equivalent of the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) Diploma or its equivalent in: Building Construction, Architectural studies, Civil Engineering and Applied Physical Sciences. d) Degree Holders: A holder of a University degree or its equivalent from a recognized University in the following areas: Architecture, Engineering, Design, Economics, Commerce, Land Economics, Planning or any other relevant equivalent degree.

DIPLOMA IN ESTATE AGENCY AND PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Applicants must satisfy the minimum entry requirements for the admission into the University of Nairobi diploma programmes. In addition, the applicants must possess the following qualifications: a) KCSE certificate with a minimum aggregate of C or equivalent with minimum Passes at C in Mathematics and English. b) KCE certificate with a minimum grade of Division II and credits in Maths and English or Division III plus a certificate or an equivalent professional training.

c) KACE qualification with a minimum of one (1) principal pass, or equivalent. d) A holder of a Diploma or an equivalent qualification from an institution recognized by senate. e) Holders of a Degree from the University of Nairobi or from any other institution recognized by senate.

M.A. IN VALUATION AND PROPERTY MANAGEMENT The following shall be eligible fro admission into the Degree of Master of Arts in Valuation and Property Management: a) A holder of a Degree of at least Upper Second Class Honour in Land Economics from the University of Nairobi or any other institution recognized by Senate as being comparable academic status. b) A holder of a Degree of at least Upper Second Class Honour in Architecture, Building Economics. Engineering, Commerce. Economics and Social Sciences, Agriculture, Forestry or any other Degree from the University of Nairobi or from any other University recognized by the Senate as being of comparable academic status. In addition candidates shall be required to have at least one year of research, teaching or practical experience in Land Administration, Farm Management, Property Development, Property Management or Valuation. c) A holder of a degree of at least Lower Second Class Honours in any of the Degrees specified in (i) and (ii) above with a relevant Post graduate Diploma or other equivalent qualifications and at least two years of work experience.

M.A. IN CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT The common regulations governing the Masters Degree in all faculties of the University of Nairobi shall apply. a) Holders of at least Upper Second Class Honours Degree in Building Economics, Quantity Surveying, Architecture, Engineering, Land Economics from the University of Nairobi or an equivalent qualification from a university recognized by the senate. Holders of at at least Lower Second Class Honours Degree in any of the disciplines specified in (a), with 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 PLANNING a) KCSE or Equivalent: Overall grade C+, a minimum grade of C+ at the KCSE Examinations in the following subject clusters: Mathematics; any group II, Any Group III; 2nd group II; 2nd group III; or any group V. Group II: Physics, Chemistry, Biology / Group III: History and Government, Geography, Christian Religeous Eduction; Islamic Religeous Education; Hindu Religeous Education); Group IV: Home Science, Art and Design, Agriculture, Aviation Technology, Computer Studies); (group V: French, German, Arabic, Music, Business Studies). b) KACE (A-Level) or Equivalent: Two Principal passes in Mathematics or Economics and any of the following subjects: Geography, Biology Physics, Chemistry, History and a credit pass in English language at KCSE or Equivalent Examination.

c) Diplomer Holders: A holder (KNEC), Higher Diploma in Land Surveying, Cartography, GIS/RS, Photogrammetry, Building Construction, Architecture, Applied Sciences or related fields; or A holder of ordinary diploma (KNEC) in the above broad areas of study or related fields with a credit pass or equivalent; or

A holder of Diploma certificate from science and Technical Colleges with credit passes in Mathematics, Geography, Agriculture, Forestry or Agricultural Engineering.

d) Degree Holders: A holder of a degree or its equivalent from a recognized university in the following subjects: Economics, Mathematics, Geography. Land Surveying, Architecture, Building Economics, Planning, Agriculture, Design or any other relevant degree.

DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE & BUILDING SCIENCE BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURAL STUDIES (B.A.S,)/BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE (B.ARCH) a) KCSE candidates: Overall mean grade C+ and minimum Grade C+ in the following cluster subjects: English or Kiswahili; Mathematics; Physics or Chemistry or Biology or Physical Science or Biological Sciences; Art and Design or Drawing and Design or Building Construction or Music or Economics or Geography or Social Education and Ethics or History & Government, Christian Religeous Education/Islamic Religeious Education. Bridging of one subject where the student has scored less than C+ in the cluster subjects with at least C- in the subject to be bridged or equivalent is allowed.

b) ‘A’ Level Candidates: Two principal passes in Mathematics and any of the following subjects: Physics, Chemistry, Geography, Economics, Art and Design and a credit pass in English language at KCE or equivalent examination. c) Diploma Candidates: KNEC Diploma in Architecture, Building Construction or related fields with a credit pass or equivalent. d) Degree Holders: A degree from a recognized University in Land Economics, Building Economics, Design, Civil Engineering, Surveying, Urban and Regional Planning or any other relevant degree. e) In categories (c) and (d) above, candidates may be required to present portfolios and appear for interviews.

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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 pleased to announce the following Bachelor of Science degree programmes in engineering for self sponsored students: • Civil Engineering • Environmental and Biosystems Engineering • Electrical and Electronics Engineering • Geospatial and Space Technology, and • Mechanical Engineering

DURATION OF PROGRAMMES

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

HOW TO APPLY

The following will be eligible for consideration for admission into any of the above degree programmes. a) KCSE (Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education) Applicants (or equivalent): Minimum Mean Grade C+ and C+ in each of the four cluster subjects ( Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology OR Geography OR Group IV subject) b) KACE (Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education) Applicants (or equivalent): 2 principal passes in Mathematics and Physics and at least a subsidiary pass in Geography shall also be acceptable in lieu of Chemistry. c) Ordinary Diploma (OD) Applicants (or equivalent): Credit Passes in the relevant disciplines. d) Higher National Diploma (HND) Applicants equivalent): Passes in the relevant disciplines.

(or

e) Science/Technical Diploma Applicants (or equivalent); Credit Passes in Mathematics and Physics (at Diploma level). f) Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Education (Science) degrees or any other relevant degrees in Science/ Technology. g) Other appropriate Technical Qualifications at degree level. All applicants must meet the stipulated minimum entry requirements for admission to the University of Nairobi. Applications from Non-English speaking countries should produce a certificate of proficiency in English (the equivalent of at least a credit pass at ‘O’ Level).

• The programmes comprise a total of 10 semesters with each semester consisting of 15 weeks. Each academic year will have two semesters. • Applicants in categories (i), (ii) and (iii) above will join the programmes in the first year of study. • Applicants in other categoriesmay join the programmes at an entry point approved by the University Senate depending on the qualifications.

Application forms are available from the office of the Dean, School of Engineering upon Payment of a nonrefundable application and processing fee of Ksh, 3000/+ for Kenyans or 50 US dollars for foreign applicants. A/C no. 03-073-1023948 A/C Name - UNES - BBK

APPLICATION DEADLINE 30th April 2015

COMMENCEMENT DATE September/October 2015

FEES STRUCTURE

• Tuition fees per programme will be Kshs.160,000/= per Academic Year (or 80,000/= per semester). Foreign students will pay 20% more. • An additional Kshs. 200/= (two hundred) per student for each Engineering laboratory/workshop exercise will be charged for the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th years of study. • Administrative fees (kshs.) Registration - 1000/=p.a Examination - 5000/=p.a. Student Identity Card - 500/=p.a. Students Organization - 1,000/=p.a. Caution Money - 5000/=p.a. Medical fee - 5,000/=p.a. Activity fee - 2,000/=p.a. Computer laboratory - 5,000/=p.a. Lab fees - 200/=p.a.

ENQUIRIES

Further details can be obtained from the Dean’s office, school of Engineering and Main Campus on: Tel: 020 318262 Ext. 28400, 28401 Fax: 254-020-245566 Email: deanengg@uonbi.ac.ke

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Major Engineering Projects in Kenya New Oil Pipeline Projected To Serve Kenya 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 ultramodern 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 repaired in order to maintain the pipeline’s structural

Kenya Pipeline Company’s (KPC) projects manager, Engineer Gabriel Kiama,

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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 that other than raptures, the worn-out sections of the petroleum pipeline had been causing partial blockages and weakening seams on the pipeline. In addition, the increasing demand from Kenya’s neighbours namely Uganda, Rwanda, Southern Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo, which currently stands at 2.8 billion litres, has stretched KPC’s storage capacity to its limit. The lack of storage facilities is further costing the country millions in lost revenue because oil storage companies looking to develop and lease out tank capacity shy away from Kenya’s insufficient infrastructure. That is not all, an in-line inspection of the pipeline using the magnetic flux leakage technique showed that the pipeline had suffered both internal and external metal loss defects that needed be repaired, in order to maintain the pipeline’s structural integrity for safe operation. The audit also revealed that, other than raptures, the worn-out sections of the petroleum pipeline had been causing partial blockages and weakening seams on the pipeline. According to KPC Projects Manager, Engineer Gabriel Kiama, it is these challenges that made KPC to think strategically and put up the new oil pipeline to meet new demand. “The old 14-inch pipeline constructed in 1978 has served this country for over 35 years. The fact that the line has been in use beyond the initial 25 years planned life was the reason the new 20-inch one is being constructed. The new line is designed to meet the demands of this country and those of the region up to the year 2044,” he said.

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Project Cost In 2012, KPC embarked on a plan to raise $500 million in loans to fund the project. The State Corporation finally struck a deal in mid July 2015 with a consortium of six local and international financial institutions to finance 70 per cent of the project. The deal will see the lenders provide $350 million in credit for the pipeline whilst the remaining $150 million will be raised from internal sources. KPC Chairman Mr. John Ngumi who was previously the lead transaction adviser for the deal, confirmed that KPC has contracted a consortium comprising CfC Stanbic, Commercial Bank of Africa, Citi Bank, Cooperative Bank of Kenya, Standard Chartered Bank and South Africa’s RMB Bank to raise the funds for project. The penning of the agreement made it one of the single largest loans for a state corporation that would be used to finance the construction of the new pipeline - one of the Vision 2030 flagship projects. The 10-year loan carries with it highly competitive terms. It bears a margin of 5.38 per cent over LIBOR rates to the financing cost on the recent Kenya Government $2 billion Eurobond issue. LIBOR rate stands for Intercontinental Exchange London Interbank Offered Rate. It is a benchmark fee that some of the world’s leading banks charge each other for short-term loans and serves as the first step in calculating interest rates on various loans throughout the world. The loan was secured only on KPC’s assets and reputation and was not guaranteed by the government reaffirming KPC’s reputation as a well regarded borrower due to its ability to attract capital from both local and foreign banks. “The transaction actually confirms KPC’s strong fiscal strengths,” Ngumi said in a recent media briefing.

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Surveying the route

Construction details and the current progress Works on the pipeline began in 2012 when KPC commissioned China’s Messrs Shengli Engineering and Consulting Limited together with Kenya’s Kurrent Technologies to design the new pipeline and draw a work plan for building and completing the project. After successfully winning the tender for construction, Lebanon’s Zakhem International Company commenced construction of the tri-phased project on July 31, 2014. At present the construction process is faring well and Engineer Kiama is optimistic that by the end of 2016, the project will be up and running as per the Company’s projections. Site preparation and civil works that include construction of pump shelters, equipment support in the pump stations and reinstatement works on services which might be affected by the project such as fencing, gates, roads, paths, drainage, water supply are already in progress. Another plus for the Company is that the bulk of the project is on the hinterland thus minimizing human and wildlife conflict with the Company. “The expansion will be done on the existing line and this means KPC will not be venturing into new ground. The fact that a big portion of the pipeline runs on the hinterland especially on the Eastern part where the project is concentrated is a positive indicator. This has given us the recommended 30-metre verge to operate on,” says Kiama. The project’s bulk of the work is the construction of the pipeline and the laying of a 96 core Fibre Optic Cable along the existing right of way from Mombasa to Nairobi. The process is being done in a careful manner to avoid any kind of disruptions in the current

transportation of petroleum products from the coastal region. According to KPC’s Chief Manager (Technical) Engineer Elias Karumi, all the steel pipes required for the pipeline have arrived and are being delivered to different projects sites where the pipeline will be laid. He noted that delivery of pumps, motors, feed caps, valves as well as control and instrumentation gadgets is also underway as the region’s largest oil infrastructure project implementation hits critical phase. KPC will make use of other locally available materials such as cement, sand and ballast for this project. As the real construction works commence, the contractor plans to embark on the welding works to join in the steel pipes, which vary between 6 millimetres to 11 millimeters in diameter. The welding work will coincide with the availability of distillate product as per product schedule. Installation of other project components like valves and pumps will then follow. Engineer Karumi intimated that once all the steel pipes are delivered, they will be joined together to form one seamless line. The pipes also vary in thickness depending on their proximity to the pumps and valves. Besides laying the pipeline, this project will also include the installation of new pumps in Changamwe, Maungu, Mtito Andei and Sultan Hamud and two booster pumps in Kipevu. Erection of outdoor high voltage power substation switchyards together with provision of onsite electrical distribution systems at medium and low voltage, cabling, standby diesel engine generators, lighting and small power have also been factored in. The KPC firefighting systems in Moi International

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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.

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Airport, Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Nairobi Terminal and Kipevu will also be upgraded in tandem with the modern pipeline facilities to handle the 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 country’s petroleum demand up to the year 2037. The third phase will see the laying out of a new 14inch 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 region up to the year 2044. The current expansion project also sits well with the construction of a 10-inch diameter pipeline that will run for 122 km from Sinendet in Nakuru to Kisumu. The line will increase product volume by an additional 360,000 litres per hour. The new pipeline has been necessitated by regular product shortage in Kisumu due to limitations of the existing 6-inch diameter pipeline that was laid in 1992. The new line will operate simultaneously with the existing one. Next in line is the construction of a modern bottom truck-loading facility in Eldoret which promises to cater for the rising demand for petroleum products not only in western Kenya but also in the region. KPC is also putting up

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The Kenyan economy has been growing increasing the demand for larger and better fuel storage and pipeline facilities. Reports indicate that the country’s continued growth has led to an increase in pipeline traffic from 879,776 cubic metres in 1978 to 3,853,439 cubic metres 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 help maintain adequate stocks for petroleum products to moderate the economy from product outages when there are importation delays or system failure.

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Kenya has been under pressure to boost its storage facilities to stabilize supplies. It has no strategic reserves and relies solely on oil marketers’ 21-day oil reserves required under industry regulations. The larger storage facility in Nairobi will reduce delays in importation of products as well as improve Open Tendering System (OTS) by removing restrictions on quantities of products that can be imported.

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transport, power generation and agriculture. Refined oil has to be trucked to neighbouring land-locked countries, meaning extra expense for consumers. Road transport is slow and unreliable due to the breakdown of trucks and damaged roads. Petroleum dealers say the expansion of KPC’s terminal in Nairobi would help address the congestion at Kipevu and boost supplies in the capital and beyond. The project has also created employment opportunities especially for engineers. Zakhem’s construction contract stipulates a given threshold of both skilled and unskilled workers. At the present supervision phase, the contractor has engaged four civil engineers, four mechanical engineers, two pipeline engineers, a Non-Destructive Testing expert, a surveyor and an electronic engineer. They have also procured the services of two safety engineers, two Quality Assurance/Quality Control engineers. The contractor may add more specialists depending on the level of the project. For example at the supervision stage, he has 18 engineering professionals but he may require more as he moves along with the project. The new line brings with it the possibility of having a fully automated pipeline in the near future. This

is due to the installation of an automatic control system and field instrumentation systems for pipeline automatic operation. As well as enhancing operations for the pipeline, KPC hopes that the move will be instrumental in monitoring the transportation of the highly combustible products. As hopes rise with the advent of the region’s largest white oil pipeline, the words of KPC Acting Managing Director Flora Okoth aptly capture the moment. “With the new pipeline and the expansion of KPC’s infrastructure, we will see an increase in refined petroleum product transportation and storage which will in turn drive the region’s economy,” she said while assuring us that KPC remains committed to provide services to the region in a sustainable, environmentally conscious and socially responsible manner. “We are constantly humbled by the realization of the impact that the Company has on the lives of the people of Kenya and beyond. The country has bestowed on KPC a great responsibility to safeguard its fossil fuel energy requirements and the new pipeline will accord us our new status as Africa’s premier oil and gas company,” she declared.

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ARCHITECTURAL ASSOCIATION OF KENYA (AAK) Established in 1967, the Architectural Association of Kenya (AAK) is Kenya’s leading Association for professionals in the built and natural environment in Kenya incorporating Architects, Quantity Surveyors, Town Planners, Engineers, Landscape Architects and Environmental Design Consultants and Construction Project Managers. As an umbrella association, AAK brings together professionals in central government, local authorities, private sector and academia. The association also acts as link between professionals and stakeholders in the construction industry: including policy makers, manufacturers, real estate developers, financial institutions, and so on. AAK’s mission statement is: promoting professional excellence and integrity in the Built and Natural Environments.

OBJECTIVE OF THE ASSOCIATION • To co-ordinate the activities of professionals concerned with Built and Natural environment in Kenya and promote professionals integrity and to direct the members of Association in all matters of professional practice; • To advance the science and art of planning and building by developing the standards of professional education, training and practice, and facilitate matters of mutual interest of the member professions; • To create public awareness by marketing the services of member professions and provide professional opinions on the matters pertaining to violation of the statutes provided for good maintenance of the Built and Natural environment; • To establish and accredit Continuing Professional Development programmes for the members of the Association and encourage collaboration of professionals and societies engaged in the Built and Natural environment; • To offer community services by participation in the enhancement of Built and Natural environment, maintain building information services, and monitor quality assurance on materials; • To liaise with the Government and regulatory agencies on the matters affecting Registration and licensing of the professionals engaged in the built and natural environment; • To foster National, Regional and International cooperation in matters dealing with the professions related to built and natural environment; • To maintain and protect heritage of the Built and Natural environment; • To facilitate research and dissemination of information for advancement of professional education, training, and practice;

• To publish documents and publications for the benefit of the members of the Association and the general public in matters of the built and natural environment. • To create revenue generating activities for the Association.

WHAT WE DO • Education: The Association participates in the drawing up of the Training Curricula at the local Universities and Polytechnics. In some cases like Architecture, the Association has solicited the support of the Commonwealth Association of Architects( CAA)to accredit our schools of Architecture to give our degree courses international recognition. • Continuous Professional Development: In order to keep pace with changing technologies throughout the world, the association conducts seminars and workshops through which the members continually develop their professional skills. Kenya is one of the few countries in Africa, which conducts continuous professional development exercises. • Building Construction Standards: The Association takes interests and participates, as a public watchdog, in the setting up of building construction standards through local authority by-laws. Our Association makes periodical written submissions to the local authorities for adoption or amendment of construction standards. • Construction Cost Control: The Association in collaboration with the Kenya Association of Building and Civil Engineering Contractors (KABCEC) have established the Joint Building Council to periodically review and publish recommended prices for building material and labour within the Building Construction Industry. The two Associations also publish the Standard Agreement and Conditions of Contract for Building Works. • Town and County:  AAK takes particular interest in Town and County. This includes preparation of national, regional and local/Town development Plans. Town Planners are also included in development Control. • Professional Ethics: Members of AAK sit on the respective Boards of Registration of the different building professional ethics.

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Arch. Waweru Gathecha – President Arch. Emma Miloyo – Vice President Arch. Benson Githinji – Hon. Secretary Qs. Alfred Aluvaala – Hon. Treasurer Eng. Nathaniel Matalanga – Hon. Registrar Arch. Mugure Njendu – Asst Hon. Secretary

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

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NATIONAL CONSTRUCTION AUTHORITY (NCA) The National Construction Authority was established by the National Construction Authority Act No. 41 of 2011/ CAP 449A. The Authority’s main mandate is to oversee the construction industry and coordinate its development. NCA’s core functions are: • To promote and stimulate the development of the construction industry to enable it to meet development aspirations of Kenya and to facilitate its competitiveness in the region through the exportation of construction services; • To register and regulate the performance of local and foreign contractors and accredit skilled construction workers and site supervisors; • To encourage the standardization and improvement of construction techniques and materials; • To promote and coordinate training programmes in the construction industry organized by accredited public and private training institutions as well as to provide consultancy and advisory services; • To coordinate research in the construction industry, disseminate research findings and establish a construction industry information system; and • To promote quality assurance and develop and publish a code of conduct for the construction industry.

Towards execution of the above stated mandate, the Authority has been conducting quality assurance exercises in conjunction with the Ministry of Land, Housing and Urban Development, county governments

across the country and the Kenya Police to ensure the safety of the personnel on site as well as the general public. The Directorate of Public Prosecutions has also been involved in the process. These involve ensuring that all construction sites are in compliance with health, safety and other statutory requirements to ensure accidents and fatalities on construction sites are not just minimized but eradicated all together. In addition, the Authority also launched the National Construction Research Agenda Report, following a stakeholder’s forum last year. This report identifies the research gaps in the industry and gives recommendations on how to bridge them. Building on this, the First Annual Construction Research Conference and Exhibition will take place from September 21st-23rd featuring local and international delegates and showcasing innovations geared towards business development. Further the Authority has also launched training programmes for both contractors and skilled construction workers aimed at building their capacity in order to increase the level of skill, workmanship and professionalism in the industry. The inaugural Woman Contractor of the Year Award 2014 took place last year, providing a platform for women contractors to be feted for their contributions towards the industry. This will give way to the greater Construction Excellence Awards set to take place in 2016. The National Construction Authority remains committed to making a difference in the construction industry towards socio-economic development in Kenya.

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 Contractors’ Association established under the Societies Act of Kenya to protect the interests of SME’S and Local Construction Firms. The Federation is a source of knowledge, professional advice and support for its members, providing a range of modern and relevant business building services to save them time and money. Another key primary role for the Federation is to promote the viewpoints and interests of the building and construction industry and to provide services to members on a broad range of areas including training, legal services, industrial relations, building codes and standards, industry economics and international relations. KFMB is independent and endeavours to lobby for members’ interests at national level. It has offices in the capital city.

The KFMB Objectives:

1. To promote and encourage consultations between and amongst its members on matters connected with developments and emerging technology in the construction industry. 2. To lobby, promote support or oppose legislation and bureaucratic measures for builders. 3. To formulate and uphold the highest standards of construction business ethics by encouraging fair practices and efficiency among its members. 4. To promote training courses on the principles and practices in the building industry and to grant award & prices. 5. To give advice to members on financial & or legal matters arising out of contractual obligations. 6. To purchase, sell, lease machinery, chattels, land necessary for the promotion of its objectives.

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Since its establishment, KFMB has been an appointing authority to the Public Procurement Oversight Authority Board and is recognized by the Ministry of Public Works. KFMB has successfully lobbied for acceptance of Insurance Bid Securities and Performance Bonds, the creation of the National Construction Authority, and is continuously raising awareness amongst contractors and other stakeholders through seminars & workshops. In 2006 KFMB prepared a position paper to the Minister of Roads and Public Works and the Minister of Finance on the Revival of the National Construction Corporation which was wound up in 1988. KFMB proposed in the draft bill that the revived institution to be called “The National Construction Authority”.

In September 2009, through the efforts of the National Co-ordinator, KFMB collaborated with Pro-Invest towards modernizing construction in EA. Issues in the on-going discussions include: i. Joint ventures between our members and BGV (Association of Contractors of Northrine-Westphalia, Germany). ii. Support for capacity building of local contractors. iii. Training skilled labor technicians and crafters. In December 2011, after a long and tireless struggle, KFMB’s lobby for the NCA Act was successful when President Mwai Kibaki assented to the National Construction Authority Act 2011. The Act stipulates that the NCA will: promote the development of the industry; register contractors; standardize and improve construction techniques and materials; and accredit skilled construction workers and construction site supervisors. Currently: KFMB is lobbying for the following important issues: 1. Recommendations regarding the withholding of retention money by employers during the construction period in view of the provision of performance bonds. 2. Escalating of corruption and flawed procurement systems in the Counties and National governments. 3. Increased cases of collapsing buildings and recommend the way forward. 4. Delayed payments in construction by public and private entities and finding a solution by engaging contractors, clients, professionals and anchor solutions in the relevant legal frameworks among other issues. 5. The proposed Credit Guarantee Scheme Bill and make recommendations on way forward. All contractors must be registered with the National Construction Authority meaning that shady contractors and quacks will be locked out of the industry. It is also expected that the contractors must join one of the contractor’s associations. In 2012, KFMB in communication with National Economic and Social Council (NESC), who advise the President on policy matters, discussed the need for the introduction of guaranteed credit schemes to be made available to local contractors. Further to the progress made by the Secretariat, the German Government through the German Contractors Association and SEQUA is in the advanced stages of discussions with the Kenyan Government and the Kenya Federation of Master Builders on international cooperation and development to support local contractors. The main proposals are development through joint ventures with local contractors and the implementation through 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

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ROADS AND CIVIL ENGINEERING ASSOCIATION (RACECA) The Roads and Civil Engineering Association (RACECA) was formed in 2008 by contractors engaged in roads and civil engineering construction in Kenya with the following main objectives: • Operate as a self-regulatory body that helps the government in formulating and developing criteria for classification of road contractors and be the body charged with the keeping and updating of a road contractors register, developing a code of conduct, enforcing the same amongst its members and generally upholding professionalism in the fields of road and civil engineering construction. • Liaise with the Government, government financiers and other regulatory agencies on all matters affecting the industry and in the formulation of terms and conditions of contract relating to road and civil engineering construction. • Ensure fair representation as stakeholders in all bodies involved in the engineering and road construction sector. Foster national, regional and international co-operation with similar bodies on matters affecting road construction, civil engineering and all other matters related thereto. • Enhance competitiveness through local joint ventures, partnerships and encourage by the way of support such as lending equipment and finance. • Develop local construction capacity by promoting and encouraging training of persons engaged in the work of roads and civil engineering construction by use of appropriate modern technology; engage in research and development, establish where practicable suitable bodies for further education and generally encourage the universal adoption of tried and efficient standards conducive to ordered development. • Publish documents and publications for the benefit of members of the association and the general public on matters of road construction and civil engineering. • Encourage the initiation and promotion of such legislation and other measures as may safeguard the free and unencumbered expansion of the Association. • Participate in the social and economic development of the country. 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.

SERVICES OVERVIEW Member companies of RACECA provide the following services in roads and civil engineering construction: • Construction and rehabilitation of national highways and urban roads • Repair and rehabilitation of international and regional airports • Construction of airstrips • Major concrete structural works such as bridges and flyovers • Structural steel work including major bridges and high-rise buildings • Development of industrial parks • Development of commercial complexes and residential estates • Construction and rehabilitation of gravel roads • Construction of sewers, oxidation ponds and treatment works • Milling and recycling of asphalt roads • Marine works • Intake works, water supply distribution and associated works • Dam construction • Major earthworks MEMBERS The membership of the association is open to any corporate body or any partnership engaged in Roads and/ or Civil Engineering works as described above. Applications to join should be addressed to the RACECA Secretariat detailed below. At present the association members are made of 50 of the most prominent local and international Roads and Civil Engineering Contractors operating in Kenya. They employ in excess of 60,000 people directly and through sub-contractors and suppliers. Details of the Association can be found on the website below:

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

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