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The Construction Industry in Kenya 2017

  • ID: 4240737
  • Report
  • Region: Kenya
  • 100 pages
  • Who Owns Whom
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • China Wu Yi Company Ltd
  • Eco-Homes Ltd
  • EPCO Builders Ltd
  • Fubeco (China Fushun) Ltd
  • Intex Construction Ltd
  • KOTO Housing Kenya Ltd
  • MORE
The Construction Industry in Kenya: Infrastructure development is a central pillar of Kenya’s Vision 2030 and in 2015 the US$3bn construction sector contributed 4.8% to the Kenyan economy. The Economic Survey 2016 published by the Kenyan National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS) reported that approximately 148,000 people are formally employed in the domestic building and construction industry. Players operating in the sector range from indigenous micro-enterprises to foreign multinational civil engineering and construction giants. Although building and construction contractors are required to be registered with the National Construction Authority (NCA), a significant number of unregistered contractors operate in the informal sector.

A Sector with Promise : Currently 11 of the 43 major infrastructure projects in East Africa are in Kenya. These mega-projects include the US$3.8bn Mombasa – Nairobi Railway Project, the US$2.1bn Tatu City Project, the US$1bn Lamu Port Berths Project and the US$900m Lake Turkana Wind Power Project. Demand for housing continues to grow with role players estimating that more than 210,000 new residential units need to be built annually to keep pace with Kenya’s expanding population. With crude oil production in the Great Rift Valley set to commence in the first half of 2017, many analysts predict that the country is on the cusp of an unprecedented construction boom.

Report Coverage:
The detailed report on the Kenyan construction industry focuses on opportunities and conditions in the sector, challenges and key trends, and factors influencing the industry’s success. Profiles for 22 companies are provided, including major Chinese companies such as China Communications Construction Company Limited (CCCC) and its wholly-owned subsidiary, the China Road and Bridge Corporation (CRBC), which focus on the high value civil engineering and construction market. Also profiled are local companies Spencon Holding Limited and EPCO Builders Limited, as well as Lee Construction, which has been identified by market analysts as ‘the fastest-growing indigenous construction company in Kenya.’
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • China Wu Yi Company Ltd
  • Eco-Homes Ltd
  • EPCO Builders Ltd
  • Fubeco (China Fushun) Ltd
  • Intex Construction Ltd
  • KOTO Housing Kenya Ltd
  • MORE
1. Introduction

2. Description Of The Industry
2.1. Industry Value Chain
2.2. Geographic Position

3. Size Of The Industry

4. State Of The Industry
4.1. Local
4.1.1. Corporate Actions
4.1.2. RegulationSAnd Government Policies
4.2. Continental
4.3. International

5. Influencing Factors
5.1. Economic Environment
5.2. Socio-Political And Socio-Economic Environment
5.3. Infrastructure Deficit
5.3.1. Government Infrastructure Programme Spend
5.3.2. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)
5.3.3. Private Sector Investment
5.3.4. Public-Private Partnerships (Ppps)
5.4. UrbaniSAtion
5.5. Local Content
5.6. Corruption
5.7. Construction Equipment And Materials: Capacity, Quality And Security Of Supply
5.8. Input Costs
5.9. Cyclicality
5.10. Health And Safety Concerns
5.11. Technology, Research And Development (R&D) And Innovation
5.12. Labour
5.13. Environmental Concerns

6. Competition
6.1. Barriers To Entry
6.2. Public Procurement And The Tendering Process

7. Swot Analysis

8. Outlook

9. Industry Associations

10. References
10.1. Publications
10.2. Websites
Appendix 1
The Global Competitiveness Index 2016-2017: Kenya
Appendix 2
National Priority List Of Public-Private Partnership (Ppp) Projects
Company Profiles
Atlas Development & Support Services Ltd
China Jiangxi International Kenya Ltd
China Overseas Engineering Group Company Ltd
China Wu Yi Company Ltd
China Zhongxing Construction Company Ltd
Eco-Homes Ltd
Epco Builders Ltd
Fubeco (China Fushun) Ltd
Intex Construction Ltd
Kenya Railways Corporation
Koto Housing Kenya Ltd
Lee Construction Ltd
Meinhardt (Singapore) Pte Ltd
Moha Kenya Ltd
Mulji Devraj & Brothers Ltd
National Housing Corporation
Njuca Consolidated Company Ltd
Oriental Construction Kenya Ltd
Parbat Siyani Construction Ltd
Prism Construction Company Ltd
Spencon Holdings Ltd
Victory Construction Company Ltd 96
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  • China Jiangxi International Kenya Ltd
  • China Overseas Engineering Group Company Ltd
  • China Wu Yi Company Ltd
  • China Zhongxing Construction Company Ltd
  • Fubeco (China Fushun) Ltd
  • Intex Construction Ltd
  • Kenya Railways Corporation
  • Lee Construction Ltd
  • Moha Kenya Ltd
  • Mulji Devraj & Brothers Ltd
  • National Housing Corporation
  • Njuca Consolidated Company Ltd
  • Oriental Construction Kenya Ltd
  • Parbat Siyani Construction Ltd
  • Prism Construction Company Ltd
  • Spencon Holdings Ltd
  • Victory Construction Company Ltd
  • Atlas African Industries Ltd
  • KOTO Housing Kenya Ltd
  • Eco-Homes Ltd
  • Meinhardt (Singapore) Pte Ltd
  • EPCO Builders Ltd
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