At MWANZONI, we examine the factors influencing a building’s costs and more importantly, supply and demand factors. We consider how the pre-contract costs may be estimated, analyzed and controlled. This ensures that buildings remain fully within the set budget and timescale, and that they are of the highest quality, function effectively and provide value for money. We identify opportunities to lower costs and increase profits by applying economic principles to the operations within the building.
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If you are in the process of constructing a house, buying a flat or even letting an office space, I am sure you have thought about hiring an interior designer to help you fix a few things here and there. The chances are that the amount of choices you have are overwhelming making it a […]
Project and Programme Management At MWANZONI, project and programme management is one of our four core services. We have the resources and expertise to plan, organize, motivate and control resources, while simultaneously setting key personnel in motion to achieve pre-defined goals.
The demand for serviced apartments in Nairobi city has not been well catered for based on the fact that there are a few operational establishments in/within close proximity to the CBD which include Longonot Place, Norfolk Towers, Chester House Apartments, Heri Heights Serviced Apartments, Andrews Apartments, and Taarifa Suites.
A Project Management Office (PMO) is an office that provides services and organizational focus in project management. It is designed to centralize and co-ordinate and manage the projects under its portfolio. It is sometimes referred to as a programme management office, a project office or programme office.
Limuru hospital, a National Council of Churches Kenya (NCCK) project, will be a tertiary referral hospital for all Jumuia Hospitals in the country. NCCK has already put up one out patient in Kakamega and a secondary hospital in Kaimosi will launch in December. Huruma hospital was handed over to the contractor on 9th November while Embu is at the design stage. Limuru hospital is the biggest among all the hospitals.
Type Development: Residential – High Income
Estimated Development Cost: Ksh 2.17 Billion or $ 217 Million
Type of Fund Needed: Debt Finance & Equity Financing
Amounts Needed: Debt and Equity of 2.17 Billion
Project Description: The project seeks to develop 180 home units. Karunguru Estate will include Kenya’s first coffee museum, a commercial centre, a nine-hole golf course...