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Kenya’s Solicitor General, Mr. Kennedy Ogeto, is one of the main speakers set to make a presentation at this year’s International Construction Research Conference and Exhibition (ICORCE). Joining him will be Mr. Halakhe D. Waqo, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO)of the Ethics & Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) and Mr. Joash Dache, CEO Kenya Law Reform Commission. This year’s conference theme explores harnessing the potential of the legal and institutional framework for inclusive and sustainable growth in the construction industry.
Other speakers include Mr. Alphonce Nyagilo, Works Secretary at the State Department of Public Works, End. Francis Gitau, Infrastructure Secretary at the Ministry of Transport, Infrastructure, Housing & Urban Development and Mr. Eric Aligula, Economic advisor at the Executive of Office of the President of the Republic of Kenya.
The International Construction Research Conference and Exhibition (ICoRCE) is the biggest construction conference and exhibition in Africa, held with the aim of nurturing growth and enhancing maximum contribution of the construction industry to the economy. This year has seen two additional events to the conference, the Construction Industry Business Forum (CIBF), a one day event taking place on 8th November, 2018, and targeted at investors and business persons who will be engaged in conversations around opportunities and incentives in the industry. Pre-scheduled business to business (B2B) meetings will also take place during the CIBF.
Secondly there will be a Kenya Government Pavilion where construction investors will have the opportunity to interact with various state agencies, where participants will be able to access information on government services and the requirements necessary for investment and the carrying out of business undertakings in Kenya. The last day of the conference will host site visits to various major construction sites. These are the Standard Gauge Railway tunneling works in Ngong, Safaricom’s mega housing project in Mlolongo, Crystal Rivers or the KenGen Geothermal Plant in Ol Karia.
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For more information, visit www.icorce.nca.go.ke