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  • Samez Consultants Ltd - Engineering Prospectus

    _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Samez Consultant Limited, Jabavu Road Hurlingham P.O. Box 72398- 00200, Nairobi, Kenya Tel: +254 20 2711220, +254 20 2711197, Fax: +254

    20 2721735, e-mail: info@samezconsultants.com, samez@wananchi.com, website: www.samezconsultants.com

  • Samez Consultants Ltd - Engineering Prospectus

    _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Samez Consultant Limited, Jabavu Road Hurlingham P.O. Box 72398- 00200, Nairobi, Kenya Tel: +254 20 2711220, +254 20 2711197, Fax: +254

    20 2721735, e-mail: info@samezconsultants.com, samez@wananchi.com, website: www.samezconsultants.com

    Samez Consultants Ltd is an engineering consultancy firm, fully owned and managed by indigenous Kenyans. The firm was founded in March 1989 and became a limited company in February 2006. Since its inception, the firm has established a client-responsive reputation in the delivery of services in diverse fields of civil engineering, always committed to its stated mission statement. At Samez we attach greater emphasis for concern for efficiency and effectiveness, need to create new ideas to face the challenges of tomorrow rather than dwelling on past accomplishments, and are constantly striving to maintain high standards, objectivity and excellence. CORE IDEOLOGIES

    Being on the leading edge of consultancy services.

    Integrity and ethical consulting business. Products as the end result of our efforts. Improving the quality of life through technology and innovation.

    Honesty and integrity. Continuous progress and self improvement. Encouragement and respect for individual initiative and personal growth.

    PURPOSE To make technical contributions for the advancement and welfare of humanity STAFF Presently, Samez Consultants has a professional staff comprised of a Managing Director, two principal water engineers, three senior water and sanitation engineers, two senior structural engineers, materials engineer, hydro- geologist, water economist, financial specialist, senior sociologist, surveyor, three graduate engineers, technician engineer, and support staff. The small number of highly qualified and motivated staff with small spans of control has meant that we cannot lose touch with the concept of high quality product process, and cuts down on bureaucracies and therefore costs. The firm regularly retains several specialist staff for part-time consulting to enhance the firm’s capability in offering professional services in all the firm's fields of specialisation. In addition, the firm is associated with many distinguished local and international consultancy firms in an endeavour to pool the best expertise to meet specific project requirements.

    Dr. Nyangeri has more than 30 years of experience in the field of water and infrastructure engineering, feasibility studies, engineering design, documentation and construction supervision and management, operation and maintenance of numerous water and irrigation projects. In particular Dr. Nyangeri has been involved in the development of a monitoring and evaluation system and procedures for irrigation schemes and undertaken detailed performance evaluation of community-based rural water supply projects. He has designed and supervised the implementation of several water supply and irrigation projects. Eng. Wambuki is a Licensed water Engineer – Panel 1 category A,B,C,and D (Water, Irrigation, Sewerage and large dams) Ministry of Water Development and a Lead Expert on Environmental impact assessment with NEMA. He has over 19 years of design and construction management of Civil Engineering and other infrastructure development works. Specific experience include design and construction supervision of Kiserian Dam(18m high) on going including foundation treatment specification, Nginye dam (19m high); investigation of ten dam sites in Makueni District, design and construction supervision of 3 of the dams by World Vision Makueni; construction supervision of Masinga – Kitui water project; rehabilitation of Luanda dam and Kasioni Dam spillways after being destroyed by a storm and the latter failed in piping; supervision of construction of the Draw-off works of Kaguru Dam; studied and authored a report on cause of fail of Katumani Dam in Machakos District; construction supervision of Kilimanjaro–Machakos /Athi River and Kajiado, towns’ water supply; headed direct labour installation of overhead and drip irrigation projects for Kakuzi ltd. Eng. Kago is a Civil Engineer with more than 35 years of experience in civil engineering works, particularly in water and sewerage projects, having worked with the Ministry of Water Development, Chauhan Kiptoon and Partners, Kirinyaga Construction (K) Ltd and currently a principal Engineer, Samez Consultants (Consulting Engineers). He has been a project engineer, Site Agent and Resident Engineer for water supply and sewerage construction works as well as a design engineer. Eng. Kago is a registered engineer and a member of the Institution of Engineers of Kenya.

    INTRODUCING SAMEZ

    Eng. Dr. E.N. Nyangeri - Managing Director. B.Sc (Civil Eng.), MSc. (Eng.), PhD (Eng.), MACEK, MIEK, Reg. Eng

    Eng. Patrick N. Wambuki - Dam Engineer. BSc. (Civil Engineering) MIEK, Reg. Eng

    Eng. Joram K. Kago - Water & Sanitation Eng. BSc. (Civil Engineering) MIEK, Reg. Eng

  • Samez Consultants Ltd - Engineering Prospectus

    _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Samez Consultant Limited, Jabavu Road Hurlingham P.O. Box 72398- 00200, Nairobi, Kenya Tel: +254 20 2711220, +254 20 2711197, Fax: +254

    20 2721735, e-mail: info@samezconsultants.com, samez@wananchi.com, website: www.samezconsultants.com

    Over the years Eng. Mngoda has handled a variety of projects in consultancy work and overall management of activities involving the planning, design, and supervision of construction, operation and maintenance of water, sanitation, environmental protection and municipal engineering sectors schemes in Kenya. He has a broad exposure to the general policy and institutional aspects of the water and sanitation sectors, and to the operations and procedures of international development funding agencies. Specific expertise in co-ordinating water, sanitation and environmental protection projects related technical assistance programmes. Eng. Mngoda has valuable experience in tender evaluation, site measurements and management and preparation of project status reports. He is a qualified water engineer in key areas of water distribution, treatment and water sector policies. Dr. Ondieki is a hydrologist with experience of over 29 years. He has designed, installed and maintained several hydrometeorological stations in Kenya. He has undertaken extensive research in the hydrological characteristics of the arid and semi-arid parts of Kenya. The research investigated the relationship between the surface runoff/sediment yields and the amount of rainfall and the catchment characteristics using empirical formulae. He has prepared and updated the flow rating curves, estimated flood flows and evaluated several engineering consultancy reports in the field of hydrological analysis. Dr. Mahiri holds experience on fuel wood and environmental management. He has undertaken research in both Nyando and Kakamega districts funded by the Rockefeller Foundation, on a comparative study of land-use and community management systems for fuel wood resources. He has led the land-use team in the global collaborative research between the Dutch government and ETC (UK) Development Consultants on Climate Change Studies Assistance Programme in Mongolia in 2000, evaluating the impact of climate change on land-use practices, and submitted a final report to the Mongolian government on the land-use component. He led the land-use planning team in the Participatory GIS for Land Reform in Mpumalanga Province, South Africa, in collaboration with the Department of Geology and Geography, West Virginia University, U.S.A in 1998. Dr. Mahiri has participated in a fieldwork in Austria and the former West Germany to conduct forest surveys through remote sensing techniques in 1986. This was complemented by one year intensive

    forestry training in the Netherlands. He was then working with Kenya’s Forest Department, Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources, in charge of Cartography and Aerial Survey Office, served with this Ministry for about 15 years and I moved to Kenyatta University. Mr Nyarige has more than 18 years of practical experience in Geographical Information Systems (GIS), digital remote sensing, ground surveys including road survey works, toposurvey, levelling, traversing, and confirmation of boundary beacons. He has extensively used the GPS control, levelling and postmarking in aerial surveys. Mr. Momanyi has experience of over 16 years in law. He has a master of Law from the University of Nairobi. He is involved in a wide range of Civil and Criminal practice in the courts of the Republic of Kenya, also lectures at the Department of Commercial Law at the University of Nairobi. He is currently also Enrolled for a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph..D) Course in Laws at, the University of Nairobi, Kenya. Research titled “The Intern

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