Our Profile

Who We Are

Kurrent Technologies is Kenya’s leading integrated Engineering, Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) consulting company in the energy sector. We successfully provide these services in Sub-Saharan countries to the satisfaction of our discerning Clients. We invest in people, systems and technology to provide an unmatched level of consultancy services to the energy sector.

We are committed to creating, enhancing and maintaining Client relationships built on a foundation of trust and excellence.

Our portfolio of services include:

  • Engineering design of projects;
  • Project management;
  • Environment and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) Studies;
  • Environmental auditing;
  • Health and safety auditing;
  • Health and safety training;
  • TapRooT® root cause analysis system deployment;
  • Feasibility studies; and
  • Other studies associated with the above disciplines.

 

Our Solutions

We pride ourselves in delivering end-to-end solutions to our clients in the most cost effective manner through a combination of advanced technologies, proven processes and outstanding personnel.

Kurrent Technologies offers a wide range of multi-disciplinary services in project engineering and HSE management across several sectors. We have completed more than 200 assignments including the engineering design and project management of several petroleum terminals and depots, LPG plants and service stations.

Kurrent Technologies  endeavours to provide state-of-the-art technology and cost-effective solutions to its clients. This in turn has helped our company to earn an international reputation.

We have successfully undertaken projects in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, DRC, Southern Sudan and Botswana.

Kurrent Technologies is renown for providing  professional training services to clients in Africa, the Middle East, Asia, Europe and the United States of America.

Kurrent Technologies works in accordance with IFC’s  environmental and social performance standard/ Equator Principles and has undertaken projects funded by:

  • World Bank Group
  • International Finance Corporation;
  • African Development Bank