We perform all Development Management and Stakeholder Management necessary to actualize all our projects, including the procurement of PPP concession arrangements, in addition to identifying the Lead Mandated Syndication Arranger as well as the Equipment Technology Provider.
The Government has approved a concessionaire for the implementation of a cable car project that will link Mombasa Island and the ...Read More
Tourism stakeholders at the Coast have lauded the proposed Likoni Channel Cable Car Project, saying delays in tourist arrivals to and ...Read More
Have you ever thought or imagined… Kenya having a Cable Car transport system? Well, rest your thinking and imagination because cable ...Read More
WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 16 2016 A concession agreement for the construction of Sh5.5 billion cable cars at the Likoni crossing channel has ...Read More
TUESDAY OCTOBER 13 2015 The express cable car service project in Mombasa is expected to start before the end of the ...Read More
How the public feels about our projects
The Pet Project should start at Daystar University Ngong road via Community, Uhuru park, Kenyatta avenue, Moi avenue, Haile Selassie road to Kariokor market.. I have been saying this for so long. The NCC can recover money in 2 yrs making profit as people will be moving to and from these areas all the time.
When I first read about the cable cars at the Likoni ferry, I thought this was a late April fools joke but now it seems someone is lobbying very hard to have it implemented or why would BD publish it twice.The answer to our traffic problem lies in changing the question from how to move vehicles faster to how to move people faster.
Cable car systems use very little power. For example, a system moving 11,000 commuters per hour over 5km uses 400Kw (equivalent to 3 no. 3-litre Toyota Landcruiser engines.) Clearly appropriate back up power back up generators will not be an issue. The total power required for the 30Km Nairobi Phase 1 lines is under 4MW.
Another tourist site seeing infrastructure project... Well, we need all modes of transport... I welcome this.