Explore our previous Work and Services at a glance
The project scope entailed reviewing of existing depots facilities in Bigogwe and Butare area, followed by rehabilitation of these facilities to meet the standards storage requirements. KTL scope of work included reviewing of the existing strategic storage requirements and facilities, rehabilitating/improving the existing facilities designs and construction supervision.
KTL successfully completed a comprehensive stakeholder’s consultations from Mombasa to Nairobi for the proposed expressway with 9 special economic zones (ASZ) by the Govt of Kenya.
We were awarded the subcontract by a multinational environmental consultant based on our experience in IFC’s Environmental and Social (E&S) Performance Standards. The activities included organizing high level meetings with 9 governors and regional county commissioners, more 20 public meetings, Key Informant Interviews (KII) and Focus Group Discussions (FGD).
The project scope included construction of a 110 MT LPG storage and cylinder filling, The cylinder filling facility is capable of filling up to 100 cylinders per hour, In and out cylinders storage yard, Lubes warehouse, truck offloading and loading area , Construction of the firefighting system at Nairobi National oil terminal.KTL scope of work involved preliminary and detailed Engineering designs, Equipment specifications, Tender documentation, Tender analysis, Environmental impact assessment, Obtained statutory approvals and construction supervision.
KTL was one of the local sub-consultant companies involved in carrying out the Front-End Engineering Design (FEED) associated with the full field development of the South Lokichar crude oil basin, Kenya. The activities carried by the company included power and water supply design, developing the decommissioning and abandonment plan, logistics and security philosophy, safety specifications, local content plan and waste management philosophy among others.
KTL was awarded a contract to undertake the Environmental Impact assessment study for the proposed project in accordance with EMCA and IFC’s Environmental and Social Performance Standards.
The proposed Project comprises of a 140m long weir, 4.6km water tunnel Valve Chamber, 1.9m Twin steel Penstocks, 2 Power Houses (20 mw each), Power Switch yard; High Power Transmission line (Approximately 7km to Kibirigwi, Kirinyaga County).
The assignment is on-gong and include Aquatic and terrestrial ecological studies, hydrological and geological studies, Social Impact Assessment and development of stakeholder engagement plan.
The IFC, Proparco and FMO are co-financing the development of ten Small Hydro Power ProjectS (SHP) in five counties in Kenya. As the project is being partially financed by the above Development Finance Institutions (DFIs), the assignment involves monitoring the E&S requirements of the Environmental and Social Action Plan (ESAP) developed by the lenders and checking the compliance of KTDA Power Company with respect to the safeguards of the lenders which includes the E&S Performance Standards developed by the IFC (part of the World Bank Group).
FEED for Full Field Development, Tullow Oil, South Lokichar,
Turkana County, Kenya-Tullow Kenya BV.
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