What We Do
Nyoro construction's diverse portfolio encompasses building construction, Heavy Civil Works, transportation, communications, mining, and government services. We currently have active projects in many locations across East Africa. No matter the challenge, there is no job too big or too small for us. We bring an unmatched combination of knowledge, skill, experience, and customer commitment to every job.
- Motorways and Highways
- Communication infrastructure projects
- Rail systems
- Schools, universities, and educational institutions & facilities
- Environmental projects
- Municipal Roads
- Pipelines and sewers
- Mining and supply of pre-cast quarry products including, but not limited to:Asphalt Concrete (Lami) and precoated chippings for road construction; Ballast/Aggregates (Kokoto) and Quarry fines (dust);hollow blocks & hollow pots; Ogee pipes & culverts of all sizes; Side slabs, road ke
Highway & Motorways
Registered and approved for road works of value: KES 1Billion and above
- Construction of Likoni Road Missing Link and Bridge
- Repair and Reconstruction of Juja Road Nairobi
- Repair and recarpeting of Nakuru Njoro Mau- Summit Roads
Sewage Treatment Plants
Sewerage treatment is the sanitary equivalent of clean drinking water. Waste disposal is an important environmental function and has to be done in a safe and sustainable manner. Concurrent with the construction of the Solai Menengai Water and Sewerage treatment facility at Kabarak University, we laid 8000M of pipe work to connect the whole complex consisting of primary school, secondary school, restaurant and outbuildings, university and staff houses.
Commercials & Industrial
Registered and approved for building works of value: £750,000 and over, painting works of £950,000 and over
- Construction of 42 Maisonettes at Uhuru Gardens and Langata Dam Estate including access roads
- Sheria House and expansion of Attorney Generals Chambers
- UN Buildings and External Works Maintenance Contract
The Kenyatta University Pedestrian Overpass on Thika road was the first of a unique design that incorporates a ramp as well as a stair case. An overflow cross over access point is incorporated. This overpass spans both carriage was as well as a central reservation area. A steel fence was also erected in the central reservation area to discourage crossing of the carriage way at road level. Needless to say, pedestrian accidents at this point have dramatically reduced. The bridge has also been instrumental in increasing the visual impact of Kenyatta University as an institution.
Trenching and laying the fibre optic backbone cable along the Mombasa- Nairobi Road was a major challenge considering that it was the first time that an underground communication cable was being placed for such long distances in Kenya. The inevitable challenges included the fact that previous underground services were haphazard and lay undocumented. Some sabotage was also experienced. This stopped however once the hooligans discovered that their efforts were in futility. This cable will be revolutionary for ICT in Kenya once connected to the undersea marine cable. We are proud to be associated with this development.
Schools & UniversitiesOf particular importance in academies is the aspect of safety and ergonomics.
- Construction of Buruburu Girls Secondary School Hostels and classrooms
- Construction of Methodist University Library in Meru
- Construction of library, lecture theatres and administration block at Kabete Campus