NAIROBI, Kenya, Feb 14 – Tatu City has appointed global engineering and construction group Stecol Corporation as the lead infrastructure contractor for its residential project at Kijani Ridge in Tatu City.
Under the multi-million shilling contract, Stecol will complete the construction of Kijani Ridge infrastructure, including roads, water, sewage, street lighting and stormwater management.
Work has already started and is expected to be completed by early Q2 2019.
“We completed a highly competitive vetting process, and Stecol was selected largely due to its capacity to deliver on mega projects, as well as its good reputation around the globe,” said Nick Langford, Kenya Country Head for Rendeavour, the owner and developer of Tatu City.
“Our agreement with Stecol demonstrates our commitment to fast-tracking infrastructure construction at Tatu City and delivering global standards. We are also delighted that the local community will benefit from employment by Stecol.”
Stecol Corporation completed national infrastructure projects in Kenya such as the Thika Super Highway and the Outer-Ring Road.
Other projects include delivery of urban infrastructure, industrial and civil buildings and electro-mechanic and pipeline works across Kenya and around the world.
Kijani Ridge is a community set on 250 acres of land overlooking a dam and green space at Tatu City.
It has spacious, individual-serviced plots and contemporary architectural designs with fully integrated amenities.
There are 439 half-acre and quarter-acre plots in Kijani Ridge divided in phases with phases one and two sold out, while phase three is more than 60 percent sold.
A Special Economic Zone with reduced corporate taxes and zero VAT, Tatu City is attracting major business owners who wish to live within a short walk of their company headquarters.