Kenya's Vision 2030 on track after General Election

Uhuru Kenyatta Sworn InUhuru Kenyatta being sworn in to office. (Image source: Kiprutokelvin/Commons)The construction industry in Kenya will continue to flourish following on from the re-election of Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta at the 2017 General Election

With the Kenya Vision 2030 as a blueprint, all current projects are set to remain underway and the target still in sight. 

Kenya’s Vision 2030 is the plan that will see the nation become a globally competitive and prosperous country with a high quality of life. Continued efforts to reach the 2030 goal mean that contractors will still benefit from the upward growth previously exhibited by the Kenyan market.

Ahead of the National Construction Week, Chairman of the National Construction Authority (NCA) Steven Oundo, OGW, confirms that the current “major overhaul of the country’s infrastructure is set to continue steadily in the coming years, as we prepare to grow, expand, improve and develop our country.”

In light of the “very crucial role that legislation plays towards sustainable development”, Oundo reveals that the third edition of the Annual Construction Research Conference and Exhibition (ACoRCE) will focus on Harnessing the Potential of Legal & Institutional Framework for Inclusive and Sustainable Growth in the Construction Industry.

ACoRCE is organised by the NCA and is co-located with The Big 5 Construct East Africa 2017, the official exhibition of Kenya’s National Construction Week. The events will be held at the Kenyatta International Conference Centre from 1 to 3 November 2017.

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