Construction of the Infrastructural development project in Olkalau, Kenya. Works will include construction of a wholesale market, 134 market stalls, 68 shops and installation of 120 solar street lights. It will also comprise of the construction of a 500m long storm water drainage tunnel and a couple
Upgrading of the Loichangamatak – Lodwar Road, approximately 50km in length in Turkana County in the Republic of Kenya. The works include (a) Reconstruction of road pavements to attain a 7m carriageway width with 2m shoulders on each side using materials such as surface dressing, asphalt concrete and/or
Construction of the T-Mall flyover on Langata road and footbridges across Mbagathi road and Nyayo stadium in Nairobi, Kenya. The estimated value of the project is Sh3 billion. The exact co-ordinates are currently not available however the approximate area of location is -1.3363025, 36.7757361
The development of the project covers over 880km and is planned in three phases: The planned Phase 3 will include will include the rehabilitation of the 300km Awasa-Ageremarian and Mega-Moyale-Turbi-Moyale section, in Kenya; and the establishment of a transport facilitation programme to operationalise
The project involves the dualisation of Accra – Takoradi Road in Ghana, West Africa. The 185 km Accra-Takoradi Highway connects major towns in the southern, western and central regions of Ghana, an area of 4.0 million inhabitants, to Accra. The project will dualise the entire length of the road and
Widening, improvement, operation and maintenance of various sections of highway between Nairobi and Mau Summit in Kenya. The scope of works includes: (i) Widening of 175km of the A8 highway between Rironi and Mau Summit to become a 4 lane dual carriageway; (ii) Strengthening of 57.8km of the A8-South
Upgrading of Lodwar - Nadapal Road A(1) - Lot 2 of 80 km in Kenya. The Government of the Republic of Kenya has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Eastern Africa Regional Transport, Trade and Development Facilitation Project (EARTTDFP). The works include but are not limited
Upgrading of: Lot 3: Kalobeiyei River - Nadapal Road (A1) for 88km in Kenya. The Government of the Republic of Kenya has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Eastern Africa Regional Transport, Trade and Development Facilitation Project (EARTTDFP) and intends to apply part of
Construction of a section of A104 Highway from Likoni Road Junction to James Gichuru Road Junction, including bus rapid transit facilities in Kenya. The road section is a dual carriageway traversing the city of Nairobi and its approximate length is about 12.3km.
The Kenya Urban Roads Authority (KURA) is a State Corporation established under the Ministry of Transport, Infrastructure, Housing, Urban Development & Public Works with the core mandate of Management, Development, Rehabilitation and Maintenance of National Urban Roads Network. Description: Improvement
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