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Old October 24th, 2014, 05:09 PM   #41
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Old October 24th, 2014, 05:12 PM   #43
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Old January 5th, 2015, 08:54 PM   #45
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Recently opened Sopa lodge at Lake Nakuru national Park

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Old February 5th, 2015, 03:04 PM   #51
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It's finally finished

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Nice little project (construction of an orphanage in Nakuru)


Entitled ‘Nakuru project’, the design challenges the typology of the typical African orphanage with a structure that houses the region’s disadvantaged and abandoned children.The new home limits each room to just four
children,providing ample space and natural light for each occupant. the scheme is characterized by a range of different social spaces from open communal areas to quiet nooks and crannies, offering space to study, read or simply relax.


















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Old February 8th, 2015, 07:47 PM   #53
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That is an incredible project. we need more projects like this introducing the common man and women to new skills, tools, and technology. Especially with the construction boom that is happening in Kenya. I my self work for a non-profit called American Relief Agency for the Horn of Africa. We recently opened an office in Kenya and the most important thing probably is education and development for us. Good to see this, can't be more proud. I hope someone forwards this video to British Airlines so hopefully this boys dream of being a pilot for them gets realized one day. If not at least get him some good connections.
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Grand Habitat Hostels
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This is a privately funded co-ed student housing project comprising of 545 ensuite rooms that can be single or shared; that feeds of a growing public university campus just a few metres away. The 10-storey building also contains a mini-supermarket, banking hall, offices, a catering unit and laundry facilities. Each floor has mini-lounges with TV and Internet connectivity and kitchenettes. The design has been thought out to cater for the regions micro-climatic conditions. Extensive use of local building materials is augmented by the installation of high-quality but cost-effective imported fittings.
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Cool, I think the public university they are talking about is Egerton University.
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Cool, I think the public university they are talking about is Egerton University.
A boost to the university.
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Naivasha interchange.

Hope the forumers in Nakuru will keep us posted on the proposed interchanges on A104.
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Maybe the government should focus on removing roundabouts in smaller towns. Before moving on to Nairobi.
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