Mombasa, Kenya (14th September 2011) – Ecotech, the engineering design and project management consultancy has commenced on the construction of high-end luxury residential apartments. A ground-breaking ceremony was held to mark the start of construction works on the secluded residential apartment development project in Mombasa.
Marking the beginning of the construction process is always a great way to get everyone excited and involved in a project. Ecotech has been appointed to provide building services engineering as well as procurement, construction and project management services. The client aims to delivery luxury apartments to an international standard and the building has also been designed to the highest environmental standards.
The construction work at the development scheduled for completion in second quarter of 2012 and the new development will accommodate a range of accommodation including two and three- bedroom apartments with basement parking and various leisure amenities.
The construction market in Mombasa is growing at an unprecedented rate with many large developers and existing Ecotech clients looking to establish or expand their presence. It is an interesting market where Ecotech see an important potential development in the near future. We are looking forward to this exciting opportunity.
Ecotech has been involved in architectural, engineering design, construction and project management of residential sector in the East Africa region. Our capability ranges from new build residential property comprising mixed-use centres and high-specification apartments. We provide our clients with a tailored offer that ensures maximum value without compromising on quality.
Mombasa is recognised as a strategic city in Kenya’s premiere tourist attraction. It is famous for pristine beaches that stretch along the North and South Coasts facing the Indian Ocean and cultural attractions dating back several hundred years. While remaining one of the main ports in the East African region, the coastal city of Mombasa is witnessing a series of developments that will enhance its leading position among the coastal cities in East Africa.