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NAKURU county will spend Sh1 billion in its slum upgrading programme. Transport and Public Works executive Joel Maina said the project will be carried out by the Ministry of Lands, Urban Development and Housing. He the World Bank funded project will start this month.
Maina was speaking to the press in his office yesterday. He said the project will also cover Kaptembwo, Kwa Rhonda and Gilanis estates. “Residents of the three estates will benefit through construction of quality but affordable houses,” he said.
Present in Mozambique since the late 60’s as the detail designers of the Cahora Bassa dam, Ingérop was later absent from the Mozambican market between 1978 and 1992 (the peace agreements were signed in October 1992), year in which the company was again awarded work in the country. Since, the small initial presence has seriously developed.
Ingérop is a multidisciplinary consulting engineering firm, with its main sectors of activity being:
With a strong compliment of engineers, urban and environmental specialists, technicians and senior technicians, Ingérop has the capacity to become involved in a diverse range of projects.
The general scope of services offered by Ingérop includes the following:
The Ingérop Mozambique Lda, supplies diverse Consultancy Services taking in account that local Mozambican technical personnel has the support of 1600 technicians from the Group, spread about 60 Countries, therefore being able to cover a broader fan of competency.