TAJI RESIDENCE


1.1 Project description


TAJI Residence is a development that is located in Kilimani along Nyangumi Road.


The Residence consists of 16 Typical Floors, 5 levels of parking, (B1, B2 & GF) and intermediate level( Mezzanine) which is to house amenities. Typical Floors include conventional 3 bedroom units and 3 bedroom duplexes. Each typical floor consists of 4No. duplexes and 4No. conventional units bringing a cumulative number of duplexes to 28 and 56 conventional units.


1.2 Project objectives


To deliver high quality, family homes to individuals and corporates as a sure-fire way of investing in an affordable, functional and modern home.


1.3 Contract data


Project Title


Proposed Residential Flats on plot No.L.R 1/552, Kilimani


Client
Deltar M.N Properties Ltd
P.O Box 71212- 00622 Nairobi


Architects
Constru Consultants 

 


Structural Engineer
TERRA CONSULT

info@terraconsultke.com

0727900175

Contractor

MBA Construction Ltd

info@mbaconstruction.co.ke

(+254) 735 555 104


Mechanical & Electrical Consultants
SERVCON Associates

P.O Box 5602-00100


Quantity Surveyor
Construction Costbill Systems
P.O Box 10613-00200

0737627083


Effective Commencement Date

After Excavation(July 2020)

 

Completion Date

2nd Quarter 2022


Contract Period
30 Months


Revised Contract Period
Nil


Time elapsed
Nil


% of works done (Approx)
Excavation Complete


Date of this Report
30/08/20


1.4 Current Status of Works


The Excavation Sub-Contractor has completed the excavation to the required depths. 


1.6 Challenges Faced During Project Execution


The Issue of Long Rains had been a minor challenge in excavation works.



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