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The following event has been postponed till further notice.
The Authority has organized for a meeting with all contractors associations across the country on Wednesday, 24th May at the Kenya School of Monetary Studies, Nairobi, from 9:00am.
The NCA Regulations 2014 require all contractors to be members of a contractors association as a requirement for renewal of the annual practicing license. This will be one of the issues under discussion as the Authority prepares for the revision of the Act.
The meeting will also explore the issues and challenges experienced by the associations, and how the Authority can partner with them in various projects. NCA General Manager in charge of Registration and Compliance Eng. Raymond Karani said contractor associations remain a key stakeholder for the Authority. “Contractor associations are a key group as they offer representation of contractors across the country, and we will work together to ensure the professional needs of the contractor are met.”
The May meeting is open to all contractor associations across the country, who may send a maximum of two representatives. To qualify for attendance, the associations must be duly registered by the Registrar of Societies, have been in existence for the last two years as of 31st December 2016 and with audited accounts for that period, have a functional office, have an all-inclusive constitution in line with the relevant provisions of the constitution of Kenya and have evidence of regular elections of officials filed with the Registrar of Societies.
All contractor associations willing to attend the meeting are required to send a confirmation email to firstname.lastname@example.org showing evidence of all requirements above by Friday, 28th April 2017 for adequate planning.
The meeting’s agenda also includes sensitization of the Code of Conduct and Ethics for the Construction Industry as well as general discussions on registration and compliance issues.