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Entrepreneurs Fast-Track KUP Systems in Kenya

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From Left: Ernest of Concept Construction; Rose of KUP, Esther of materials Supplies, Anthony of Deebak Investments and Dan of KUP & Jamhuri Magazine. From Left: Ernest of Concept Construction; Rose of KUP, Esther of materials Supplies, Anthony of Deebak Investments and Dan of KUP & Jamhuri Magazine.

Entrepreneurs have started fast-tracking the Kenya University Project (KUP) systems in Kenya. In the Nairobi Offices of Concept Construction (Co) Limited, a review was done on the project progression plan. The entrepreneurs are working on different systems that will be applied in the project.

Concept Construction (Co) Limited, was founded in 2008 to advance housing development plan. The Company has produced residential, business and apartments. The Company is working on a site set-up and the design-build production plan. About 100 professionals in the design-build field in Kenya have registered their interest in working for the project. Concept Founder and CEO, Ernest Mungai said he is happy with the progress of the Design-Build.

Daebak Investments founder, Anthony Magondu, became part of the project 2011. He has since then invested time to advance the project in Kenya. He is progressing the Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) plan that will lead to businesses setting up at the site. By the end of 5 years about 500 SMEs will have open in the Town.

Entrepreneur, Esther Njuguna, has set a business in the supplies sector. She became interested in the project 2014. She has since done an extensive research on the building materials producers in Kenya. She is setting up the plan that will connect the material suppliers to the site. 

Rose Ndiritu lived in the Diaspora for years before returning to Kenya. She became interested in KUP 2010. On return to Kenya she became the developer in Kenya. Rose has opened the Property Developer system that is part of the Town Development System.  

The next phase is to open the site systems. Dan Kamau has worked on the KUP system since the idea of housing started and thereafter the idea of University. He is progressing the plan to open the University Town development site in Taita Taveta. He’ll be working closely with the team in Taita Taveta region.        

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