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Surveyor & Architect Identify Location of First Diaspora University Buildings

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From Left: Surveyor Mathias Mjomba, Major (Rtd) Mwalugha, Joy Nafula & Architect Emma Lukosi From Left: Surveyor Mathias Mjomba, Major (Rtd) Mwalugha, Joy Nafula & Architect Emma Lukosi

Surveyor Mathias Mjomba; Concept Construction Architect, Emma Lukosi; Diaspora University Town Environmental and Trees Plan developer, Pagiel Msila; and, Major (Rtd) Henry Mwalugha of the Security Safety and Emergency (SSE) committee were at site to identify the location of the first Diaspora University buildings.

The design of the first three building will lay on an area of about 1.25 acres of the 150 acres of land allocated to the University. The buildings will have a foot print on 0.75 acres with the remaining 0.5 acres allocated to the walking paths and environment plan.  

Surveyor Mathias Mjomba who is planning the survey and making final adjustments of the plan showing Emma the area said he will be giving the exact points of the 1.25 acres area to be covered by the architectural buildings and grounds design once adjustments made after allocation of avenues and streets.   

Architect Emma who was accompanied by Joy Nafula (Quantity Surveyor), has been working on the preliminary architectural design of the Diaspora University first buildings for the last one year. She was excited to have a visual of the land topography of where the Diaspora University first three buildings will be placed. She is currently progressing with the detailed design of the buildings.

Also present was Pagiel Mshila who is working on the vegetation and trees environmental plan and Major Henry Mwalugha who is part of the Security, Safety and Emergency (SSE) plan. The goal of the environment plan is to have as many vegetation and trees as possible.        

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