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Road Development Kenya

About Road Development Kenya forum

Following critical strides made to uplift Kenya’s infrastructure and the recent launch of Kenya’s National Priority List of PPP Projects progress continues since the ‘Government Investor Conference’ where the Nairobi - Nakuru - Mau Summit Highway Project was launched.

ACM’s Road Development Kenya Forum taking place in Nairobi Kenya is developing this platform to provide critical updates on procurement of road projects under various schemes. The Kenyan Government alongside transaction advisory teams have spoken about the projects and have successfully taken steps to engage developers and lenders. This is a clear sign that road projects have been prioritised by the government and the private sector will have to engage with key stakeholders in order to provide the road sector with expertise, products and services.

Only 14% of their roads are paved in Kenya’s capital city. Nairobi suffers from massive congestion; road safety and traffic management have reached a critical stage.  Where roads are adequate, road maintenance is a potential problem due to lack of investments given to rehabilitate current roads.

It is no surprise that the Kenyan government has allocated the highest budget to the transport sector after years of under-investment. Further to this, the New Africa Road Maintenance Fund will step in to track the management and administration of road funds in Kenya and inevitably bolster project delivery over the next 12-48 months.

The Road Development Kenya Forum is a platform where further momentum is created to drive the private sector coming from Europe, Asia, Middle East & Africa to start creating future consortiums, understanding the bidding process and requirements needed to ultimately win road related projects in Kenya.

The topics will range from design and construction of expressways, local roads and rural roads, maintenance of existing road assets such as pavements and bridges. Critical needs for freight and urban transport highlighting passenger safety and security.

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Excellent opportunities for the Road Development sector

Did you know?
  • Kenya’s ‘Vision 2030’ provides a blueprint for future development, initial successes with rehabilitation of various transport sector projects such as transport corridors and bus transit systems.
  • Kenyan Government is preparing an international investment guiding framework with the intention of improving the conditions for investment into the country's public infrastructure.
  • Kenya has developed a rigorous Asset Management Maintenance Fund which is backed at the highest level due to new projects coming into the market and existing roads being rehabilitated.
  • 14% only of Kenya’s roads are paved. Kenya’s capital city, Nairobi, suffers from massive congestion.
  • Kenya plans to build new access roads and railway links to better connect the Port Mombasa container terminal and existing port network
  • $550 million is the estimated budget to be spent on The Nairobi - Nakuru - Mau Summit Highway project. The successful bidder will enter into a 30-year project agreement with KeNHA, and will receive a performance based service payment.

Top Reasons To Attend

  • NETWORK and meet with key authorities, developers and operators constructing and maintaining roads in Kenya
  • UNDERSTAND the procurement structures of road projects, priority projects and delivery mechanisms
  • ENHANCE your knowledge and position your organisation to take advantage of ongoing investment across Kenya leading up to ‘Vision 2030’
  • ENGAGE with financial experts to address contractor finance and the roads project investment landscape
  • LEARN about Kenya’s active road projects under the Ministry of Transport
  • FIND OUT how to create consortiums and establish JV partnerships in preparation for bids
  • PROVIDE your expertise, solutions and products that meet Kenya’s urban transport safety and traffic management challenges

2017 Advisory Board

Bisrat Degefa

Integration Manager, Middle East & Africa, Atkins

2017 Speakers

  • Eng. Peter M. Mundinia

    Director General
    Kenya National Highway Authority (KenHA)

  • Eng. George M. Kiiru

    PPP, Coordinator
    Kenya National Highway Authority (KenHA)

  • Martin Eshiwani

    Head of Transport Services
    Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure (MoTI)

  • George Kamau

    Director of Transport
    County Government of Kiambu

  • Amandeep Sing Virk

    Team Leader
    Independent Transaction Advisor

  • Eng. J. M. Kungu

    Chief Engineer of Roads
    Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure

  • Henry Kamau

    Director
    Sustainable Transport Africa

  • Carly Koinange

    Global Programme Lead, Transport Unit
    Economy Division, UNEP

  • Christopher Kost

    Africa Program Director
    Institute of Transportation & Development Policy (ITDP)

  • Rajiv Sharma

    Manager Advisory – Infrastructure and Capital Projects
    Deloitte Limited

  • Bisrat Solomon Degefa

    Project BIM Manager
    Atkins

  • Zacharia Lukorito Chepkania

    Principal Standards Officer
    Kenya Bureau of Standards

  • Amr Mohamed Elsayed Metwally

    Head of Architecture Division PMC
    Hamad Medical Corporation

  • Henry Ochieng

    CEO
    Kenya Alliance of Resident Associations (KORA)

  • George Arabbu

    Registrar of AAK, Architects Chapter
    Architectural Association of Kenya (AAK)

  • John Macharia Gichigi

    CEO
    Matatu Owners Associations

  • Prof. Winnie Mituallah

    Director of Institute for Development Studies
    University of Nairobi

  • Dr. Gladys Moraa Marie Nyachieo

    Lecturer, Department of Sociology
    Kenyatta University

  • Bright Oywaya

    Executive Director
    Association for Safe International Road Travel (ASIRIT)

  • Nyage Kebuchi

    Director
    Sustainable Transport Africa

  • Paul Shepherd-Smith

    Managing Director
    Atkins

2017 Sponsors and Partners

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