(1)The object for which the Authority is established is to oversee the construction industry and coordinate its development.
(2) Without prejudice to the generality of subsection
(1)the Authority shall -.
The National Construction Authority Act, Number 41 of 2011 is set to streamline, overhaul and regulate the construction industry in Kenya.
The industry has for many years suffered poor legislative framework and has been dominated by quacks and unqualified persons.
The industry has also suffered a lot of competition from foreign contractors who are seen to offer cheaper and more quality work.
The new Act is a win for the public as it guarantees public safety. All contractors must be registered with the Authority meaning that shady contractors and quacks will be locked out of the industry. It is an offence to carry out any construction work without first having been registered with the Authority.Read more...
(1) The Authority shall have all the powers necessary for the proper performance of its functions under this Act, and, in particular, but without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing, the Authority shall have power -.Read more...
The National Construction Authority (NCA) was founded following the enactment of the National Construction Authority Act No. 41 of 2011.