Wednesday, 4 March 2015

Nairobi to host regional base of Dubai engineers.Drive Hot News

Kenya Power engineers fix a transformer following power outage.
 Kenya Power engineers fix a transformer following power outage. FILE PHOTO

Engineering Consortium Consulting Engineers (ECCE), a Dubai-based engineering Consultancy group, has established a project management and consultancy office in Nairobi to offer design and supervision services for the growing real estate and other construction sectors in Kenya and its neighbouring countries.
ECCE specialises in providing complete in-house design and supervision of architectural, structural, infrastructure and other related works for all types of buildings, including highrise residential and commercial towers, hotel apartment complexes, hospitals and clinics, malls and shopping centres, universities, schools and other educational institutions.
The firm has a wealth of experience in the real estate and construction industry, the bulk of which has been in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), and also in Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Iraq and Afghanistan.
Resident project managers, architects and engineers will be supported by ECCE’s senior architects and engineers, who will be visiting Kenya regularly to ensure all design works are carried out in strict compliance with all relevant international standards.
The group will, however, require that the local engineers visit ECCE’s head office in Dubai for training and experience.