The Kenya Railway Corporation has
requested bids from suitably qualified construction companies for the
proposed relocation of Samburu Secondary School, in Northern Kenya.
The facility has been earmarked for relocation as a result of the
Mombasa-Nairobi standard gauge railway (SGR) project, currently being
implemented in the country. The works outlined in the contract consists
of partial relocation of the above-mentioned secondary school, which
includes (but is not limited to) builder’s work, external works,
engineering service works and associated civil works.
Applications close on 22 December.
For more information, and for tendering documents click the button below.
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