The project involves the reconstruction of the 48km Ngong-Kiserian– Isinya (D523) road and the upgrade to bitumen standard of 43km Kajiado–Imaroro (D524) road under the Roads 10,000 programme.
The project is being undertaken under a Finance, Design, Build, Maintain and Transfer (FDBMT) arrangement, with LEA Associates South Asia Pvt. Ltd in association with ITEC Engineering offering the services of an Independent Expert (Engineer) for the construction supervision of the project.
Client: Kenya Rural Roads Authority (KeRRA)
Location: Kajiado County, Kenya
Duration: 36 months
Associates/Partners: LEA Associates South Asia Pvt. Ltd
The project involved widening of an existing 2-km road situated in Kigali Central Business District from 3-lanes to 4-lanes including relocation of street lights, traffic signals and drainage structures; and, Design of a 300m long concrete earth-retaining wall along the same road
Undertook traffic survey for the analysis of present and future traffic for planning and detailed engineering road design; material investigation and sampling; and, environmental impact assessment. Also, undertook the structural design of the retaining wall.
Client: Kigali City Council P. O. Box 3527, Kigali.
Location: Kigali, Rwanda
Duration: 6 Months
Associates/Partners: G.E.P.S. Rwanda
Project involved detailed design and construction supervision of cobble stone roads, low volume sealed road, gravel roads and storm water drains.
Carried out traffic surveys and analysis; engineering surveys; material investigation and testing; pavement design; geometric design; hydrological analysis and design; and, ESIA studies.
Client: City Manager, City of Kisumu P.O. Box 105-40100, Kisumu
Location: Kisumu County, Kenya
Duration: 100 Weeks
Project aimed at determining whether it would be feasible to expand the Mombasa – Nairobi Highway to a dual carriageway or more from the current single carriageway. The feasibility study was also seeking to examine the type of financing and procurement options (such as PPP) that would be best suited to the selected technical option. In addition, various tolling options were to be explored and their impact on traffic volumes considered in the study.
Sub-consulted to undertake the economic feasibility study for alignment selection process and for the viability of the proposed tolling options using HDM-4. Also, tasked with undertaking pavement evaluation and design.
Client: Public Partnership Unit, P.O Box 30007 – 00100 Nairobi, Kenya
Location: Mombasa – Nairobi, Kenya
Duration: 1 year
Associates/Partners: PricewaterhouseCoopers &Howard Humphreys: