The Nairobi Gate Industrial park is a modern logistics, warehousing, and distribution center that is being developed in the upcoming Northlands City in Ruiru, off the dual Eastern Bypass in Nairobi, Kenya.
The project is being developed in phases, the first of which was successfully commissioned and handed over in October 2020. It included delivery of the bulk infrastructure requirements and two 5,000m² – 10,000m² warehouses.
The second phase comprises the construction of a bespoke 4,000m2 warehouse for a light industry manufacturing company and is set to be completed in August 2021, while the third and fourth phases respectively will comprise a mini-units development and warehousing space for a manufacturing company. They are all due for completion in August 2021.
Generally, in addition to the ultra-modern logistics, warehousing and distribution centers, the 103 acres development will also integrate corporate offices in line with modern trends plus excellent access, wide roads, and turning circles that can accommodate interlink trucks in addition to generous loading facilities and the highest standard of security, all set in a park-like environment.
Moreover, the park will offer the most recent practices in green design and sustainability that optimize natural light and harness temperature regulation and water reticulation, making it cost-effective and less impactful on the environment over the long term.
Client: Impact North (Ke) Ltd
Project Managers: MML Turner & Townsend
Architects: B & A Studio Ltd
Quantity Surveyors: Intergrated YMR Partnership
Structural & Civil Engineers: Atkins Consulting Engineers Ltd
Mechanical Engineers: Atkins Consulting Engineers Ltd
Main Contractor: D. Manji Construction Ltd